Sorry I haven’t replied to this sooner! My life was stolen by the fact that I have to be a responsible adult in the real world, or at least college.
I was very very impressed with this latest book. The animation and art was just beautiful and the story was very easy to get into and it left me wanting to know more. And the finale legit almost had me throwing my brand new iPad against the wall and breaking out in tears.
Were there things to improve? Well yeah of course. I still await the day when Bolin is not just a comic relief character but someone who has a lot of development (they did a better job towards the end of this season but I hope it continues). It’ll be interesting to see who or what is the new antagonist and how the creators can incorporate that into the story.
But I enjoyed the show a lot. You know. Besides the whole tearing my feels right out of me parts.
I just finished the season finale of Legend of Korra and I just wanna sayFUCK YOU. FUCK. YOU. YOU DONT DO THAT TO PRECIOUS KORRA. YOU DONT RIP MY HEART OUT AND SHOW IT TO ME LIKE THAT.
Sorry. Got a bit emotional there. What I meant to say was…FUCK THIS SHIT AND FUCK ALL OF THIS FOR MESSING WITH MY FEELINGS THIS SEVERELY. NOW IF YOULL EXCUSE ME, ILL BE FLIPPING TABLES OVER AND THEN SOBBING IN MY ROOM.
I can tell this is gonna be a good day because I got my liquid eyeliner perfect on the first try.
Well, I had to get it out of the way. 🎁🎂 #hint #im22
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I keep reading tweets and news reports and stories about Ferguson, Missouri and Michael Brown. And in the midst of all of this rage filled outcry, this is all that I can think of.
A life was lost and a family was devastated. Justice and a peace of mind should be given to them without hiding behind a badge or an attempted cover up. Because no matter what happens from now on, they will never have their son back and nothing will take that pain away from them.
It shouldn’t ever come to an event like this for people of authority and those that they protect to realize that something needs to be done, no matter what the age, sex or color. In police protocols, social stigmas, and in attitudes of both sides. And it is obvious that waiting for someone to come around to change it will never work. People who are in power need to step up now. People who are not in power need to step up now. People need to step up now and work together. Because if something is not done now, then when? And if someone doesn’t step up, then who?
The change doesn’t have to to be extraordinary. But every revolution of change starts with one person changing their attitudes. Just one.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Brown family and friends, and to those who were incarcerated or were injured during this time of turmoil.