All Up In Japan!: How Jay-z and Kanye West almost ruined my first impression

timthavillain:

This is my blog about me teaching in Japan. I have a lot of pride in it. It’s basically my entire adult growth from 2010-now. I hope you read it, like it, reblog it and love it. Feel free to comment on it too. 

Click that link!

All Up In Japan!: How Jay-z and Kanye West almost ruined my first impression

This is my blog about me teaching in Japan. I have a lot of pride in it. It’s basically my entire adult growth from 2010-now. I hope you read it, like it, reblog it and love it. Feel free to comment on it too. 

Click that link!

Mmm good day indeed #okonomiyaki #ET

Mmm good day indeed #okonomiyaki #ET

Anonymous asked: Man, I just plan wanna suck your dick after catching up in X-men. Suck your white dick! Good work, man.

brianmichaelbendis:

Please do not label my Dick. my dick is beyond race and religion.

ednemo asked: I have a feeling I am in the minority here. But, I wish that instead of light retcons we just let the characters age and eventually die/retire. I think the stories of the characters kids or passing on the legacy to someone new would be interesting and fun. I know a lot of people say they want their kids to be able to read the same Spider-Man they grew up with, but we are not burning the old issues. Those stories are still there for their enjoyment. And now we have a new character to enjoy.

brevoortformspring:

Let me ask you the question I always ask people who express this opinion:

What year did you start reading the Marvel books?

For the sake of argument, let’s say that it was 1983.

And let’s also say that your preferred passage of time was in effect from the beginning.

At the point where you started reading, Spider-Man was on the cusp of becoming forty, as was the Human Torch. Iron Man was in his fifties, with greying hair. The X-Men were middle aged. And so forth. (Which is better than the DC heroes. Batman at this point needs a walker to get around Gotham.)

These are not the characters that you fell in love with, and that you created a lifelong bond with.

And suggesting that we “just create new characters” is asking more than you seem to think. People have been trying to create another character as successful as Spider-Man since 1962, with very little success. And Spider-Man existing doesn’t prevent anybody from coming up with the next Spider-Man either.

Suggesting that kids just read the old comics is also a bit of a stretch. Tastes change, and people always want what’s new, what comes next. Do 1950s comics satisfy you like new ones? Why not just read the old ones?

This all really comes down to wanting the characters to grow old with you, to reflect your own experiences. And that’s a personal desire, but it’s also a selfish one.

Spider-Man belongs to the ages, to all generations, not just one generation. He will live on long after you and I are dust.

see-the-beauty-all-around-you:

kyoufuu:

When everyone wants a good time

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When shit gets personal
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When you feel like being an asshole

Ms. Marvel was great this week.

In Your Face Jam: Anatomy Of A Bad Reaction - Comic Book Resources

It’s a shame that the people that this is for, the people that this is trying to teach will never ever read it or even consider it, because they are too busy talking in the comments section about how bullshit everything is in the post they never fucking read.

I really hope the internet takes off its fedora and try to understand.

Butts.