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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Noelle Stevenson to Revive RUNAWAYS for Marvel’s SECRET WARS « Nerdist

Noelle Stevenson to Revive RUNAWAYS for Marvel’s SECRET WARS « Nerdist: "This May will see the Multi-verse shattering event Secret Wars leave its mark on Marvel Comics. Every universe of the extended Marvel Comics catalog will be involved as events from Avengers and New Avengers will see them collide and create a Battleworld where the future of Marvel will be decided. This concept, which many of have compared to DC’s Crisis On Infinite Earths, means a return of many famous events and characters from the entirety of Marvel’s long history in comics.

Marvel has had plenty of stories and events in the past fifteen years that have made an impact on the company and the industry as a whole. One that really set itself apart was the 2003 series Runaways by Brian K. Vaughn and Adrian Alphona. The series, which ran for about five years, told the story of a group of teenagers who discover they are the offspring of super villains and band together to battle against the evil their parents had created. The series was a huge hit with fans, enough so to save it from a hiatus back in 2004, and allow it to run for several more years."



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Taco Bell Wants to Know If You’d Eat These Cap’n Crunch Icing-Filled Donut Holes | TIME

Taco Bell Wants to Know If You’d Eat These Cap’n Crunch Icing-Filled Donut Holes | TIME:



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Worst Ice Bucket Challenge: Caution: GRAPHIC DOG BITE!!



she was viciously attacked by a pit bull last year during the ALS ice bucket challenge. She lived to tell the tale of it and didnt want this released until she was ready.

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Tuesday, February 24, 2015

The Secret Life Of Superhero Toys By Edy Hardjo | Bored Panda

The Secret Life Of Superhero Toys By Edy Hardjo | Bored Panda:



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New Study Finds Marijuana Safer Than Alcohol Or Tobacco | IFLScience

New Study Finds Marijuana Safer Than Alcohol Or Tobacco | IFLScience:



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American Horror Story: Freak Show - Extra-Ordinary Artists: Rose Siggins

American Horror Story: Freak Show - Extra-Ordinary Artists: Ben Woolf

Cry Me a Nigger, by Michael Davis – Straight No Chaser #281 | @MDWorld | MICHAEL DAVIS WORLD

Cry Me a Nigger, by Michael Davis – Straight No Chaser #281 | @MDWorld | MICHAEL DAVIS WORLD:



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Annie's 'Anthonio' DESIGNER DRUGS Remix

The Guest (2014)- Final Battle SCENE (Annie- Anthonio)

The Guest 2014 - "Annie - Anthonio" (Official Music Video) ᴴᴰ

Annie - Anthonio (Fred Falke Remix)

Annie - I Don't Like Your Band

Mystery Skulls Animated - Ghost

I'm In Love Wit The Coco (Kidz Bop Edition)

Sunday, February 22, 2015

My Extreme Animal Phobia: Tough guy afraid of a puppy

Asian dude scared into singing Chandelier **HILARIOUS!!!**

Sia-Chandelier Parody Jim Carrey Kate Mckinnon

Fighting Trousers - Professor Elemental

[Rap Cover] NYANACONDA

[Rap Cover] NYANACONDA

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SpaghettiOs Pizza - Thrillist Recipes

SpaghettiOs Pizza - Thrillist Recipes

You Can Make Your Own Zima, So We Did | FWx

You Can Make Your Own Zima, So We Did | FWx

Zima gets a new look and a second chance | The Japan Times

Zima gets a new look and a second chance | The Japan Times

n Japan, a man can order a bottle of Zima at a bar and no one will make snide comments questioning his sexuality.
Considered a commercial success when it was first released in the United States in the 1990s, Zima soon developed a girly image and its popularity fizzled out. Many men avoided it as if it was bottled estrogen. In 2008, Molson Coors discontinued the drink in the United States and the only country in the world that currently sells it is Japan.
Zima is easy to find and is sold almost anywhere: convenience stores, large nightclubs, bar chains such as Hub — the McDonald’s of British pubs in Japan — and so on.
In fact, the very demographic that shunned the drink in the United States — males in their 20s — are the biggest drinkers of Zima here, according to Kayoko Okochi, a brand manager from the marketing department of Molson Coors Japan. According to a survey done by the company, 9.7 percent of men in their 20s had tried Zima in the last month. For women in the same age group, it was 4.4 percent.
Zima’s success in Japan lies in its “guerilla marketing” strategy, which Okochi likes to refer to it as. Aware of how badly the drink failed in the United States, and the girly image that became associated with it, Molson Coors Japan has carefully cultivated a “cool” image for Zima here.

In violent times, young Japanese just shrug | The Japan Times

In violent times, young Japanese just shrug | The Japan Times

What of those manga, anime and games? Fans today would hardly know what to make of the manga of the 1960s. “Sports grit” sums up their theme and mood: Effort, sweat, failure, more effort, blood if necessary — and then, finally, success, victory! As in sports, so in life. The prize — the good life, however defined — went to him (it was a man’s world) who wrestled it from the jaws of adversity.
By the softer 1980s, this was more or less passe. Sports grit yielded to “love comedy.” Effort mattered here too, but the goal was love and the struggle was subdued — subtle rather than feral.
The 1990s saw a culture shift whose effects, as Kumashiro sees it, are still with us — a shift to superheroes. Japan’s economy had crashed. Overseas, wars in Rwanda, Serbia and the Middle East bespoke a return to primordial chaos — ominous background to the triumphant march of science as symbolized by Dolly the cloned sheep and Deep Blue, the IBM computer that defeated world chess champion Gary Kasparov. Only superheroes could cope with this. Japan, with its rising otaku (nerd) culture, led the world’s retreat from “reality” into the virtual dimension we largely inhabit today.
Consider computer games, says Kumashiro. Back in the 1980s — the now-quaint Famicom era — gaming demanded skills that had to be honed. No longer: Now, “the biggest hits require the least effort.” Reasonably enough. If career, love, wealth and so on are not worth the bother, why should gaming skills be?

Gay marriage push in Japan faces constitutional barrier | The Japan Times

Gay marriage push in Japan faces constitutional barrier | The Japan Times

Whose fault is the rise and fall of the Japanese ojisan? | The Japan Times

Whose fault is the rise and fall of the Japanese ojisan? | The Japan Times

It wasn’t always like this. The Japanese ojisan used to be an imposing figure, if not in the international arena then certainly in the katei (家庭, home), and in the shokuba (職場, workplace) — two places where the ojisan lorded over women and the younger generation with a sour face and a stern disposition. The worst type of ojisan were marked by the triple traits of ibatteru (威張ってる, boastful and arrogant), nanimo shinai (何もしない, incapable of doing anything useful) and zurui (狡い, egotistic and sneaky) and there seemed to be one or more of the mold in every workplace, every family and every school. Still, society as a whole and women in particular showed remarkable patience and understanding toward these shōmonai ossan(しょうもないオッサン, hopelessly dense, chauvinistic old bastards).
My grandmother was a great believer in humoring such men as a way of making the world a better place. “Otokono yū kotowa ‘Hai, hai’ to kīteokeba ii” (「男の言うことは『はいはい』と聞いておけばいい」, “Just say ‘Yes, yes’ to everything that men say”) she used to say. According to her, this ploy saved time and preserved the sanity of women everywhere, but it also spoiled my grandfather out of his skull. He never ventured into the kitchen, did the laundry or even bothered to kutsu wo soroeru (tidy his shoes) upon coming home from the office. He would leave a trail of socks, tie, shirt and suit jacket that lead from the front door to the bathroom, which my grandmother picked up and put away, and he always expected her to be there with a dry towel when he had finished having his evening ofuro (お風呂, reverent bath). He also demanded ice-cold beer in a thin, elegant glass in the summer and warmed-to-perfection sake served in an earthen tumbler in winter, and threw tantrums when his wife failed to make the appropriateotsumami (おつまみ, appetizer) to go with the drinks. Bizarre, wasn’t he.
The Japanese ojisan was at his most powerful during the glory days of the baburu (バブル, bubble) economy of the 1980s; in those days, women were the ones sitting demurely at the nomikai. But the long, drawn-out recession capped by the triple disaster on March 11 completely stripped the ojisan of all charisma. No one feels like saying “Hai, hai” to anything they say; the general feeling (not just among women but men of all ages) is that the ojisan is not to be trusted and their self-serving, delusional antics are not only nauseating but downright harmful.

Whose fault is the rise and fall of the Japanese ojisan? | The Japan Times

Whose fault is the rise and fall of the Japanese ojisan? | The Japan Times

EXCLUSIVE: Brooklyn dad killed baby, fed her to dog in 2006, police say - NY Daily News

EXCLUSIVE: Brooklyn dad killed baby, fed her to dog in 2006, police say - NY Daily News

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