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Jul 27, 2014 / 44 notes

Oda Reveals What the One Piece Isn’t


Oda Reveals What the One Piece Isn’t


As mentioned in a previous post, the author of the series “Chibi Maruko-chan” -Momoko Sakura- published a Mook to celebrate the 30th anniversary of her becoming a manga artist.

The Mook was released on July 22, 2014 and featured several interviews, drawings,… as well as a write-up of Oda’s visit to Momoko Sakura’s house and how the two of them first got in touch with each other.

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Jul 19, 2014 / 2,286 notes


So that scene where Lin is hallucinating and seeing youngSu in front of her when it really turns out to Korra

what if

Lin disliked Korra in Season 1 not for her affiliation with Tenzin

but because Korra reminded her of Su


Somebody is finally mentioning this.

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Jul 17, 2014
Jul 14, 2014 / 1 note

Thinking Out Loud

I think the villains of the show on #legendofkorra look more like they could have been teachers to the avatar due to how unique their abilities are, and it could explain why they wanted to kidnap Korra to teach her those abilities- I mean, look at Korra’s potential, she is the first avatar to metalbend!

Amy! She’s so cute! #mercury #sailormercury #amy #sketchbookpro #anime #cartoon #cartoons
Jul 10, 2014 / 5 notes

Amy! She’s so cute! #mercury #sailormercury #amy #sketchbookpro #anime #cartoon #cartoons


"Even if we work hard to be a teacher, or a lawyer, or a doctor, we are seen first as outsiders."
Jul 10, 2014 / 12,279 notes


"Even if we work hard to be a teacher, or a lawyer, or a doctor, we are seen first as outsiders."

Jul 8, 2014

So has this been done yet or…..
Jul 3, 2014 / 1,183 notes


So has this been done yet or…..

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Jul 2, 2014 / 2,292 notes


Zuko’s chasing an airbender and his friends. How new and exciting!


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Jun 28, 2014 / 12,861 notes


Americans love Mexican food. We consume nachos, tacos, burritos, tortas, enchiladas, tamales and anything resembling Mexican in enormous quantities. We love Mexican beverages, happily knocking back huge amounts of tequila, mezcal and Mexican beer every year. We love Mexican people—as we sure employ a lot of them. Despite our ridiculously hypocritical attitudes towards immigration, we demand that Mexicans cook a large percentage of the food we eat, grow the ingredients we need to make that food, clean our houses, mow our lawns, wash our dishes, look after our children. As any chef will tell you, our entire service economy—the restaurant business as we know it—in most American cities, would collapse overnight without Mexican workers. Some, of course, like to claim that Mexicans are “stealing American jobs”. But in two decades as a chef and employer, I never had ONE American kid walk in my door and apply for a dishwashing job, a porter’s position—or even a job as prep cook. Mexicans do much of the work in this country that Americans, provably, simply won’t do. 

We love Mexican drugs. Maybe not you personally, but “we”, as a nation, certainly consume titanic amounts of them—and go to extraordinary lengths and expense to acquire them. We love Mexican music, Mexican beaches, Mexican architecture, interior design, Mexican films.

So, why don’t we love Mexico?”

"In the service of our appetites, we spend billions and billions of dollars each year on Mexican drugs—while at the same time spending billions and billions more trying to prevent those drugs from reaching us. The effect on our society is everywhere to be seen. Whether it’s kids nodding off and overdosing in small town Vermont, gang violence in LA, burned out neighborhoods in Detroit— it’s there to see. What we don’t see, however, haven’t really noticed, and don’t seem to much care about, is the 80,000 dead—mostly innocent victims in Mexico, just in the past few years. 80,000 dead. 80,000 families who’ve been touched directly by the so-called “War On Drugs”.   

Mexico. Our brother from another mother. A country, with whom, like it or not, we are inexorably, deeply involved, in a close but often uncomfortable embrace.”

Bourdain: Under the Volcano |  PARTS UNKNOWN

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