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a big shit

Aug 27 '14

fukkkres:

white people when they drop something: ah fiddlesticks

white people when they win a board game: hooty hoo!!!

Aug 27 '14

spooksthebun:

pictured: neil cicierega just completely fucking killing it

Aug 27 '14

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Aug 27 '14

keepongaming:

last year i was eating in a fancy, large restaurant when i began to hear a rumble and the distant sound of people chanting ‘potassium, potassium’ and suddenly hundreds of people dressed as bananas flood this restaurant chanting potassium over and over and we were trapped there for a very long time because the bananas would not leave and they were everywhere

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imagei wasn’t joking

Aug 27 '14

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Aug 27 '14

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Aug 26 '14
Aug 26 '14

newyorkenchantment replied to your post: watched a war movie two nights in a ro…

Small soldiers. Grave of the fireflies. That’s all my brain can come up with now. Quite a contrast. They’re… Kind of war movies?

i got grave of the fireflies but i might replace it with fires on the plain cause im also doin like, every movie is gonna be from a different country. make it a little more interesting

Aug 26 '14

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Aug 26 '14
ghibli-collector:

Studio Ghibli Co-Founder Suzuki Points to Hideaki Anno as the Next-Miyazaki during TIFF press conference
"Studio Ghibli co-founder, producer and former president Toshio Suzuki took the stage with Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno to announce the complete list of 50 of Anno’s work from student films and promo videos to TV programs and theatrical features to be screened for October’s 27th edition of Tokyo International Film Festival’s special “The World of Hideaki Anno" programming. During this, Suzuki spoke to Anno’s role in the future of anime, and the ever-popular subject of a next-Miyazaki, insisting that after Miyazaki, it has to be Anno. The idea of featuring Anno’s work as TIFF’s centerpiece was suggested by Suzuki after festival organizers asked for ideas. He explained “Hayao Miyazaki would have been featured if he hadn’t retired.” Anno responded to Suzuki’s offer “I couldn’t say no to Suzuki-san, since he has done so much for me”.
Suzuki also said, “I am certain that Anno will be the one to lead Japanese animation into the next decade” and “only people with talent can create. I would like him to cherish the god-given talent and keep producing”. However, given Anno’s responsibilities towards his own studio, Khara, no comments suggested that plans exist for Anno to take a role at Studio Ghibli. Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno’s career has deep ties with the works of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli. Hideaki Anno worked as an animator for Studio Ghibli forerunner Topcraft on Miyazaki’s Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind. Anno impressed the crew so much that Toshio Suzuki has said that there was talk of making the ecological epic a trilogy with Anno directing the middle feature. He later voiced the lead in Miyazaki’s final movie, The Wind Rises.”
^is this Anno taking one step closer to direct a Nausicaa sequel at Studio Ghibli? 
in a recent interview Miyazaki stated when he suffered a health scare during production of the Wind rises the first person that came to mind to complete his work was Anno and in the same interview he also gave Anno the blessing to create a Nausicaa sequel if he desired.

ghibli-collector:

Studio Ghibli Co-Founder Suzuki Points to Hideaki Anno as the Next-Miyazaki during TIFF press conference

"Studio Ghibli co-founder, producer and former president Toshio Suzuki took the stage with Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno to announce the complete list of 50 of Anno’s work from student films and promo videos to TV programs and theatrical features to be screened for October’s 27th edition of Tokyo International Film Festival’s special “The World of Hideaki Anno" programming. During this, Suzuki spoke to Anno’s role in the future of anime, and the ever-popular subject of a next-Miyazaki, insisting that after Miyazaki, it has to be Anno.

The idea of featuring Anno’s work as TIFF’s centerpiece was suggested by Suzuki after festival organizers asked for ideas. He explained “Hayao Miyazaki would have been featured if he hadn’t retired.” Anno responded to Suzuki’s offer “I couldn’t say no to Suzuki-san, since he has done so much for me”.

Suzuki also said, “I am certain that Anno will be the one to lead Japanese animation into the next decade” and “only people with talent can create. I would like him to cherish the god-given talent and keep producing”. However, given Anno’s responsibilities towards his own studio, Khara, no comments suggested that plans exist for Anno to take a role at Studio Ghibli.

Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno’s career has deep ties with the works of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli. Hideaki Anno worked as an animator for Studio Ghibli forerunner Topcraft on Miyazaki’s Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind. Anno impressed the crew so much that Toshio Suzuki has said that there was talk of making the ecological epic a trilogy with Anno directing the middle feature. He later voiced the lead in Miyazaki’s final movie, The Wind Rises.”

^is this Anno taking one step closer to direct a Nausicaa sequel at Studio Ghibli?

in a recent interview Miyazaki stated when he suffered a health scare during production of the Wind rises the first person that came to mind to complete his work was Anno and in the same interview he also gave Anno the blessing to create a Nausicaa sequel if he desired.

(Source: crunchyroll.com)