Yes, I’m using the politically correct “Happy Holidays” instead of “Merry Christmas” (which personally doesn’t offend me). Get over it, you fucking worthless piece of shit retards (haha, now that’s politically incorrect). Anyways, I hope you enjoy your Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Atheistmas, or whatever holiday you celebrate. Stay tuned for more articles, including, but not limited to:
My Top 10 Favorite Sitcoms Of All Time
Video Game Urban Legends #1- Pokégods
The Music Of Classic Gaming #2
Fun With Search Engines #2
Anyways, I hope you enjoy your holidays. Until next time, see ya later.
Now I know this may be a controversial article, but I believe this needs to be said. In my opinion, Grunge was more of a movement or a scene than it was a legitimate musical genre, kind of like Riot Grrrl, Nardcore, Queercore, the East Bay Sound, and Norwegian Black Metal. Now of course, that doesn’t mean I hate the music that many call Grunge. In fact, I love so called “Grunge” music. It’s just that I don’t consider it an actual style of music. There are several reasons for this.
Studio Ghibli, perhaps the most celebrated anime studio of all time, the studio that brought us such classics as My Neighbor Totoro, Castle In The Sky, and Howl’s Moving Castle brings us arguably its greatest film of all time. Created by the legendary Hayao Miyazaki, Spirited Away is a coming of age story about a girl named Chihiro who accidentally stumbles into a world filled with spirits and has to rescue her parents, who have been turned into pigs after greedily eating the spirit’s food. To save her parents, she must work at a bath house, owned by the evil witch Yubaba. Along the way, she meets new friends and falls in love with a river spirit named Haku. This world is filled with strange spirits, like Yubaba and her nice sister Zeniba, Haku, who can turn into a dragon, Kamaji, the eight armed boiler man, Lin, Chihiro’s friend, the gluttonous No Face, talking frogs, and numerous other peculiar beings. During her time in the bath house, she has her name taken away and changed to Sen, saves Haku from dying, befriends Yubaba’s son and sister, and more. Eventually, she goes from being a whiny little brat to being a mature and responsible little girl. Oh, and she saves her parents.
Finally, I ‘m back. I know, it’s been over a year since I’ve posted anything on my blog. Yes, due to a deadly combination of laziness and the computer shitting the bed, I haven’t been able to blog, but now I’m back. I promise this will once again be The Greatest Blog Of All Time.