After quite long, I’m finally doing something on Tegaki again. Blah, but I’ll need to wait till tomorrow to continue it, 05:00am now, I should go to bed. Honestly, I’ve been feeling quite “lonely” on Tegaki, got noone to talk/draw with lately. Well, I’m yawning now (Not really, but I have school high school anyway), g’night peeps.
…The legal dispute also leaves the future of some of the most popular Japanese programming on U.S. television in some doubt.
*currently thinking of Cream and her voice that she can’t stand, plus all the butchering they did to episodes of One Piece and whatnot to make them kiddy-safe*
…I’d rather watch subbed stuff anyway
Well, embezzling money is embezzling money and is illegal and criminous, no matter who committed it. If 4Kids really did this, they must get whatever punishment the law thinks to apply. As for its materials and horribly dubbed shows, I don’t know what will become of them, though.
“In the aftermath of the Sendai earthquake, Japan’s many tokusatsu stars have been fighting a different sort of battle than the one they wage against evil forces on TV. Tokusatsu heroes past and present have been posting encouraging messages to a special Twitter account, the aptly…
I wonder where the heck father’s getting those medicines that should be given only with medical recipe… If I’m not mistaken, mother told me it’s antidepressives, medicines for hypertension, and another one for the urine, or something like that. Mother thinks he may be drugging himself by mixing those medicines with alcoholic drinking… God, if that’s true, I can’t believe father’s a drug-dependent…!
Well, Carnival break came to an end. Now, Wednesday, I have to go back to school, share a room with lots of people I don’t really know, and teachers that will rather treat you as if you were made of iron and say that any little difficult is always us goofing off from the studies than an human being. Brazilian teachers are very intransigent/senseless. X’D