The smug attitudes many are demonstrating towards people getting upset about being spoiled for adaptations of preexisting source material is really obnoxious as hell.

I don’t care if the thing is over 20 years old; don’t be a dick, tag your spoilers. There’s no reason to throw a fit over such a simple task.

I typically abide by Lawful Good terms, but once in a while the Chaotic Good awakens in me like a Hulk and it can’t be stopped.

Lawful Good on the streets, Chaotic Good in the sheets

I’m glad you asked, Anonymous, because I’d been thinking about making a post talking about how much I love Fujiko, and this is the perfect prompt!
I really believe she’s the most interesting character of the Lupin cast. While the rest of the cast has straightforward agendas and moralities (and that’s not intended as a slight against them, I love all the Lupin characters), Fujiko’s is an ever-unpredictable puzzle that slides into a an ambiguous slot. Oh, her end goal is usually the same: get the treasure at whatever costs, but it’s how she chooses to get it done and what she is and isn’t willing to do that’s the real wildcard, and something very befitting of her thrill-seeking personality. Sometimes she wants to work with someone, sometimes she wants to work alone. Sometimes she wants to help the gang to the end, sometimes she wants to work against them or betray them at the last minute.
She doesn’t believe in living a life confined by rules, she wants to be wild and free in every sense of the word. As much as I love her and Lupin together, I actually completely understand her flip-flopping between wanting to be with him and dropping and leaving him—it fits, again, with her loose lifestyle and I think it keeps her relationship with him engaging and fun to her, a sort of game, and Lupin is the only person in her life to whom the feeling is mutual in that regard.
I love that she’s dangerous, crafty, and even cruel at times, but also capable of being deeply caring of her comrades, even showing concern towards them at times, such as when Lupin and Goemon are engaged in a fight. I love how impish and mischievous she can be, her great retorts to Lupin’s failed flirtations, and that she’s just as capable of being on the receiving end of the slapstick humor as the rest of the cast. I love that she can be elegant, cool-headed and boss as hell, and also be completely childish, stick her tongue out at people, and throw a tantrum when things aren’t going her way.
She’s a fun, great character, and I always root for her to get the treasure. The more Fujiko an episode has, the happier I am.
Also, she killed an entire army of faux-Nazis and that’s awesome.

I’m glad you asked, Anonymous, because I’d been thinking about making a post talking about how much I love Fujiko, and this is the perfect prompt!

I really believe she’s the most interesting character of the Lupin cast. While the rest of the cast has straightforward agendas and moralities (and that’s not intended as a slight against them, I love all the Lupin characters), Fujiko’s is an ever-unpredictable puzzle that slides into a an ambiguous slot. Oh, her end goal is usually the same: get the treasure at whatever costs, but it’s how she chooses to get it done and what she is and isn’t willing to do that’s the real wildcard, and something very befitting of her thrill-seeking personality. Sometimes she wants to work with someone, sometimes she wants to work alone. Sometimes she wants to help the gang to the end, sometimes she wants to work against them or betray them at the last minute.

She doesn’t believe in living a life confined by rules, she wants to be wild and free in every sense of the word. As much as I love her and Lupin together, I actually completely understand her flip-flopping between wanting to be with him and dropping and leaving him—it fits, again, with her loose lifestyle and I think it keeps her relationship with him engaging and fun to her, a sort of game, and Lupin is the only person in her life to whom the feeling is mutual in that regard.

I love that she’s dangerous, crafty, and even cruel at times, but also capable of being deeply caring of her comrades, even showing concern towards them at times, such as when Lupin and Goemon are engaged in a fight. I love how impish and mischievous she can be, her great retorts to Lupin’s failed flirtations, and that she’s just as capable of being on the receiving end of the slapstick humor as the rest of the cast. I love that she can be elegant, cool-headed and boss as hell, and also be completely childish, stick her tongue out at people, and throw a tantrum when things aren’t going her way.

She’s a fun, great character, and I always root for her to get the treasure. The more Fujiko an episode has, the happier I am.

Also, she killed an entire army of faux-Nazis and that’s awesome.

Whenever I’m asked what my absolute favorite movie is, I’ll usually answer Hitchcock’s Psycho or The Shawshank Redemption, and while those are favorites of mine, when I look deep into my heart and get right down to it, it’s honestly the 2002 Spider-Man.

I saw that movie seven times in theaters.

Talking about my relationship with the word “loser” and its relation to fandom extending to real life.

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Speaking solely from my own experience, usually the fact that a therapist’s job is to listen to and give advice to me, no matter how heavy or confusing the subject matter, is enough assurance for me to open up to them. However, I have had therapists in the past that I didn’t quite “vibe” with at first, or ever. In those cases, they’d have me take it a step at a time, just getting to know the basic information about me, before I eventually figured out if they really synced with me or not.
It is true that what you say during the sessions will be confidential—I believe it’s the first thing they tell you upon your first meeting. If they plan on disclosing information you’ve shared to the public, such as to a doctor, they’re required to have your consent first. They’ll also tell you that the only exception to the rule of confidentiality is if you are planning to endanger your life in some way, such as by way of #suicide.
It is a thrill to hear from you again, and an even greater thrill to hear you are getting better! I believe you’ll only continue to feel better from here on out.

Speaking solely from my own experience, usually the fact that a therapist’s job is to listen to and give advice to me, no matter how heavy or confusing the subject matter, is enough assurance for me to open up to them. However, I have had therapists in the past that I didn’t quite “vibe” with at first, or ever. In those cases, they’d have me take it a step at a time, just getting to know the basic information about me, before I eventually figured out if they really synced with me or not.

It is true that what you say during the sessions will be confidential—I believe it’s the first thing they tell you upon your first meeting. If they plan on disclosing information you’ve shared to the public, such as to a doctor, they’re required to have your consent first. They’ll also tell you that the only exception to the rule of confidentiality is if you are planning to endanger your life in some way, such as by way of #suicide.

It is a thrill to hear from you again, and an even greater thrill to hear you are getting better! I believe you’ll only continue to feel better from here on out.

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Completed Anime Roundup, Part 2 (Samurai Flamenco, Space Dandy season 1, Witch Craft Works)
Completed Anime Roundup Post, Part 1, Kill la Kill

This was originally going to be part of one big round-up post but then it got long and Tumblr doesn’t allow for individual read-mores like LiveJournal does, so it gets its own post. Content warning for discussion of non-con elements.

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Kill la Kill, 24 episodes
Director: Imaishi Hiroyuki (Dead Leaves, Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt, Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann)
Studio: Trigger (Inferno Cop, Little Witch Academia)

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Guess who got his name legally changed it is me I got my name legally changed.

LET OUR GAYS MARRY

OUR GAYS HAVE MARRIED