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September 12 2013

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puppetmasternaegi:

Can we talk about this because not a lot of people are as far as i have seen

This is SHSL Doujin Writer Yamada Hifumi. One of my most favorite characters in the Dangan Ronpa series. Probs five outta top five, but that’s not the point. He is kind of a pervert and a lot of people tend to interpret him as just that.

but he’s not. You’re missing a HUGE target.


Right when Celes was telling him Ishimaru got “rough” with her, he didn’t laugh or be perverted, he actually got infuriated. Like, really really angry. Not just cause if the hall monitor “stealing” Alter Ego, but for laying hands on a lady!

Yamada may write doujins where things here and other things are there but he knows that what celes is telling him is not funny and actually shows a very realistic and important reaction.

so the next time you think yamada would be just a pervert and only care for gross things, remember this..

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July 16 2013

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Kids React to Controversial Cheerios Commercial
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May 28 2013

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stfuprolifers:

kor71:

If you think abortion's ok, remember what Horton says.

Awkward. Dr. Seuss and his wife were really liberal and pro-choice. They’ve even threatened to sue pro-life organizations for using this quote the wrong way (the way you’re doing it actually). I guess you didn’t already know that Horton Hears a Who is about the American occupation of Japan post-WWII. He even dedicated it to his dear Japanese friend.

Mrs. Geisel (Mrs. Seuss) continued donating to Planned Parenthood and advocating for reproductive health and rights after her husband died.

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December 25 2011

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December 15 2011

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newsflick:

Architectural Controversy : An apartment complex design in Seoul, South Korea, has attracted criticism for its similarity to the World Trade Center’s final moments after the 9/11 attacks.

The towers, one with 54 floors and the other with 60, are designed by Dutch architects MVRDV and will be built at the entrance to Seoul’s redeveloped Yongsan business district by 2016. (Pics)

Is there a controversy here or are people just reading too much in to the design?

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October 13 2011

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Rachel Freire’s “Cow Nipple” Dress Sparks Controversy at London Fashion Week

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Rachel freire, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical style, animal cruelty, bizarre eco-fashion, yak nipples

Londoners can hardly be called prudes, but a dress made from 3,000 protruding cow nipplesnot yak, as People.co.uk erroneously reported—had Fashion Week attendees clutching at their pearls like disapproving dowagers. Designed by Liverpool-born designer Rachel Freire, who fashioned the nipples into disarmingly genteel rosettes, the floor-length gown has raised the ire of the British public, politicians, and animal-rights groups alike, who have branded it “inappropriate and disturbing,” “absolutely grotesque,” “sickening and repulsive,” and a “runaway freak show,” according to the gossip website.

source: http://www.ecouterre.com/rachel-freires-cow-nipple-dress-sparks-controversy-at-london-fashion-week/
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