"Thin" and "skinny" should not be used to describe humans of normal weight. Those terms are meant for folks below the average.
Not everything is the fault of those evil capitalists or that evil government, sometimes people just have crappy luck. I’m just a bit annoyed by that sentiment, not every bad turn of events has someone to blame.
The key is to have incredibly low self esteem and no ambition, so no matter what happens you never get depressed.
Eggs are just young chickens, so I don’t quite understand the “chicken or the egg” question.
Sasuke is a complete villain, so why are Naruto and Sakara trying to “save him.” It’s not like he’s mind controlled or trying to accomplish some greater good, he’s evil. The best they can try and do is capture him, then imprison him as a criminal. There is no real option to go back to being friends.
I’ve decided to watch the anime after hearing that it’s good, but I’m not sure what to think so far. I’m just over a hundred episodes in, and there’s plenty to like and dislike.
It’s easier to notice negative things, and there’s a few things that annoy me so far. Sasuke is annoying as heck, with Sakura having no real good points. Naruto was annoying at first, being such a weak and cowardly protagonist, but at least he’s developed past a lot of that. The bits of romance are also annoying and unnecessary, but I can mentally write it off since the characters as just kids.
I suppose it’s enjoyable enough to keep watching, but I don’t think it’s anywhere near as enjoyable as Bleach and One Piece. I’m assuming it get’s better after the time skip, or at least hoping.
Sure, it was nothing like the book, but if we ignore the title and consider it as its own zombie movie it’s pretty good. The ending’s a little lame, but with the scenes we got I say it was worth it. It’s not in my list of favorite zombie movies, but I don’t think it deserves the hate it’s been getting.
How can a woman justify getting pregnant, but then leaving without telling the father? It’s disgusting, a man has every right to his child. In fact, I’d say that action alone shows the mother doesn’t have the moral standing to keep that child at all.
Same goes for the OJ trial, one doesn’t need to honestly believe OJ was innocent to find enough reason to support the jury’s decision.
Timeline of Cardassian History from The Cardassian Sourcebook [X]
(best viewed in hi-res for readability)