Defense Attorney 2: Accidental murder is still murder, you know!
Phoenix: I know…
Actual lawyer playing the game: OBJECTION!!!!
Often I can tell myself this is an imaginary society with a really whacked legal system… But sometimes, it’s really hard. XD; I had forgotten that particular gem of legal myth…
In “autumn”, which to me is spring. Q3, anyway.
You guys will never escape my nagging now!
… and the only thing I find surprising about this is that it’s supposed to be news somehow. Seriously, guys, unless you give me release dates or titles or some kind of concrete detail, my reaction to being told SE plan to make an FF game for a new PS console is basically “no, REALLY? I never saw THAT one coming!!”
Also, the new eevee evolution is creepy and weird. Not in a “we designed a creepy weird pokemon” way, in a “we went for cutesy and it backfired” way. I think it’s the eyes. I could forgive the bows, nonsensical as they are, but those eyes look wrong. And not like eevee evolution eyes. I feel weirdly betrayed, after 8 iterations of eevee kind finally there is one I do not want…This is going to mess up my future eevee army building activities. :/
Sometimes, out of morbid curiosity, I google around to see what Glee’s up to. Still can’t decide if this is a mistake, because holy fuck, HOT MESS, it’s like they go out of their way to ruin the few good things that remain, or wise, because it reconfirms my decision not to touch that trainwreck with a barge pole. :/
Trying to write an article, experiencing an EPIC FIT OF WRITERS’ BLOCK even though the whole structure is planned out. I’ve been working on it for almost five hours and have added about… 300 words.
Things I do not miss from uni: THIS.
On a tokimemo kick again. I’m actually on the Hazuki route right now, rather than the Himuro-sensei route, but so pretty!
Christmas gift for a friend, Emma from Once Upon a Time.
Guys guys this is my Christmas present from strangehats, is it not awesome? I love the colours. And the ~symbolism.
“Yae no Sakura” will tell the story of Niijima Yae, also known as Yamamoto Yaeko, who was born into the Aizu Domain during the late Edo period. Skilled in gunnery, she helped defend Aizu during the Boshin War, earning her the nickname of the “Bakumatsu Joan of Arc.” After the war, she married educator Joseph Hardy Neesima (Niijima Jo) and became a Christian, and she helped Neesima found Doshisha University. —Tokyograph
What an awesome lady. This is one of those things that makes me contemplate watching NHK historical dramas, even though they are 50 episodes long.