Disclaimer: For those of you reading this RIGHT NOW, The following vent is for an amount of the people that I met in real life, not on the internet. For the people I'm referring to that ever stumble upon this, you know who you are. Also, this was intended to be on the Venting Thread.
Dear haters, backstabbers, cheaters, Bulls*&t Island residents and other people of that criteria,
I am just trying to forge and strengthen bonds of people that I feel comfortable with (and also trying to get in a relationship with a gal), but by your looks and reactions when we converse, it looks like some of you went and already revealed your real feelings about me without even noticing. A few examples: One of you claim me to be just "a school friend", but when I saw that you hesitated to even introduce me to your best friend and shrugged a confession of mine off, I knew that you put me in the back burner. One or two of you lot even announced in front of me that you constantly cheat in your relationships (a surefire way to end up in my "Go straight to Hell" list BTW) and even acted and looked at me like I was a space alien at the very same party that you invited me to. You're lucky I'm not the one that snitched on you to the cops and ruined the shebang a while later.
And to the rest of you that played me like a fool, pushed your religious views on me (including family), and to the family members that even had the nerve to tell me that I have no ounce of respectability, let me ask you these: How are you going to criticize me about the respect, views, trust and worth that I earned all by myself when you showed me that you hardly had any to even begin with!? Why did you even have the nerve to outright call me a scrub when I never even spoke a word to you!? If you know that you're holding me back from being an independent person, why are you still doing it for your own selfish reasons!? Why does it feel like you're masking your selfishness and ignorance when you say that you're "protecting me"? Why even bother trying to get me angry and not even expect for me to calm down before I do something I'll regret like you wanted? Why do you think that my autistic fits that were clearly triggered by you cannot be controlled when I'm with someone outside of my family? Why does it feel like I'm being manipulated when you're trying to teach me anything and why isn't it of no value?
I know none of you even intend to answer these things, so I have these words to deliver to you lot instead: Family members involved: You're missing out on someone that wanted to share everything with you for treating me like a robot with no thought process. Friends/Aquaintences involved: You missed out on someone who could've helped you become a better person, even if it was just to have fun. You all can go eat a plate of dung beetles and f%$k the F$#K off!
P.S.: Don't let the door hit your ash on the way out.
I have a phobia of seeing blacked out spoiler text that looks like this, except much longer.
I thought the tags would be for the better, but since they cover words like a censor bar, I still might end up freaked out. For example, back when I was at ANN (Anime News Network), when the spoilers were blacked out, but smaller. I remember in one thread about Rin: Daughers of Mnemosyne, one user looked like they were spoiling a story in GREAT detail. There were two to three paragraphs of nothing but Spoiler Text and it freaked me out completely. It wasn't why I left that site's forums, though. I feel that I must face this fear since I visit this site more often as of now. Don't worry, If I were to use the function, I'll be as short as possible for them. Thanks for your time for reading this, all.
I just turned 20 today and recieved my gifts (as tweeted), but I'm also contemplating on blogging more often for this site and the others that I'm fairly active on. In fact, I was thinking of doing a monthly blog on what I was up to around the whiskey sites since I'm very busy around Screened and AV right now (show pages can't fill their articles in themselves, you know! ;P ) but until I think of it through, I'll be busy with the wiki pages as well as stuff going on in my life (like the cake sitting in front of me. ;] )
I'll say the same thing here as I did for Screened (But I won't put it in quotes)... I thought the new spoiler tags would be for the better, but since they cover words like a censor bar, I still might end up freaked out. For example, back when I was at ANN (Anime News Network), when the spoilers were blacked out, but smaller, one user looked like they were spoiling a story in GREAT detail. There were two to three paragraphs of nothing but Spoiler Text and it freaked me out completely. It wasn't why I left that site's forums, though (Left 'cause I was too busy with fun things on Whiskey Media). I feel that I must face this fear since I love WM so much. Don't worry, If I were to use the function, I'll be as short as possible for them.
Also, If I find someone actually trying to censor the worse cuss words on here using that spoiler feature, I'd burst out laughing when I flag them. Just a thought. XD Anyway, thanks for reading!
(Note: This is the first of the "This Is NO Bull/Bluff" Blogs, where I have some news that relates to this site's theme & have some choice questions about the topic. This first one's for AV, CV and Screened. For CV, the title will be known as "This Is No Bluff" from here on. ;] ) Earlier this week, it was confirmed that a K-Drama version of Hana Kimi (AKA “For You In Full Blossom”) based on the manga will be produced by SME and soon and will be most likely known as "Beautiful You". There is also a possibility of some Korean stars will be present, but none are announced as of this post.
Question In Mind (for all)
How do you normally feel about your favorite comic/manga series being adapted into a TV show or movie? Author's Opinion: It depends on the series, though. If It happened to be a series I'm familiar with, then I will most likely see the movie/show unless I notice that something wrong's in the picture, which I've experienced three times too many. I will look forward to this despite already being on Episode 10 or 11 of the J-Drama (which is funny as hell on my book). I'm wondering on your opinions on this as well, dear readers.
In honor of reaching over 1,000 posts here, these are 5 of an list of darker comic franchises that I'd like to read...
5- The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service This actually had my attention from what I've heard about. However, there's not much content about the series in this database, so I'll edit it whenever I get the chance.
4- 30 Days of Night I saw the movie (thought it was good), and I was also wondering if this was any better...
3- The Walking Dead A friend of mine introduced the first couple of pages of the story to me. If I didn't put this gem on my list, I'd be ashamed of myself!
2- The Evil Dead I just found out about this from a conversation about the movie. It sounded very cool, so I'd like to give it a try.
1- Battle Royale The plot is really dark from what I've read about it. I've already survived the "Goth" Manga (I'll add it to this database after I post this [EDIT: It's added!]), so I intend to read the omnibus editions of this as well. I'll add more of them later, but as an user list rather than an continued blog. Please let me know if you also recommend anything else (doesn't have to fit the theme, though). -BH
Sorry this took so long, all! and if you're wondering, I'm reffering to my real self (Bladering's my nickname outside of the AV and CV RPG boards [and my real name inside of them] if you haven't read my last blog). Right now, I'm still getting used to Atlanta but things feel a lot more different than any of my birthdays back in KC alone (even though I don't feel old at all). I already visited Stone Mountain Park and it's was good, but I'm willing to see more attractions later on like the Georgia Aquarium.
I'm moving out of my hometown, Kansas City, MO later this month, so I'll inform you readers with a glimpse of the city & three lists;
Things that I will miss 1.The Plaza lights- I've been to the KC Plaza when the christmas lights were up a number of times, including last year and when I was about 10 or 11 years old. 2. Nakakon 2010- That was my first Anime Con ever. I'd upload pictures, but they're all in an SD Card and the computer I'm using dosen't have a slot for it. :( 3. Crown Center- That was pretty much the only mall I remember going to and hanging out with some friends. 4. "The Timberwolf"- That was the first roller coaster I rode on at the "Worlds of Fun" theme park. Recalling this, I still can't friggin' believe that my own stepdad threw up after that even though the thing had no loops.
Things I WON'T miss 1. My high school years- Of corse I had a number of true friends back at before I graduated (which was recently, BTW) and there was some good times, but there was a lot of death, torture, strict curfews, and homemade lurid horror stories involved in those years. I have a gut feeling that my college years will be MUCH better! 2. A local radio show that must not be named- I used to be addicted to that show up until recently. Please don't ask me anything else about it.
Things that I'm glad I did before moving 1. Complete The Super Sup Check on all my WM accounts (except Tested 'cause it dosen't have that quest)- It was crazy, insane, and I'm glad that I did it! 2. Saw the Plaza Lights once more. 3. Reached over 10,000 Wiki Points on at least one WM account. 4. Visited Atlanta, GA: the place that I'm moving to. - I went there for a college visit along with a visit to some of Atlanta's atracttions.
The next part will me written after I move, so please wish me luck, dear readers. :)
P.S. Bladering is my nickname as well as my RPG character's first name on AV and CV.