Category Archives: Anime
It is my outermost pleasure to present to one, all, and allzy’alls, the fruition of the Block 13 FanSub Project’s persistance of being. In less than a year’s budgetted temporal estimation a translator appeared and transcription of episode 1 (one) has made it to Preview.
Block 13: The Arab South Park, In English (ep 1)
Block 13 ep 1 EngSub
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Block 13: The Arab South Park, In English (ep 1)
Shoutz out to Qatar’s Ms K, translatrix extraordinaire, without whom this would be truly impossible. Salaam!
In responce to a post on recent apparent ThierSpace deletions in light of the July 17th Executive Order, i popped off with the following Standard Cj Advice To Young Activists:
The question you should ask yourselves is: Am i here on ThierSpace to network with like-minded folks or to have a presence within the general community? I’m here for the later; it’s why i came here to begin with. I will stay here, saying the things i do, posting videos and using ThierSpace hosting for media that reflect my dissenting view. I have a SiteSpace, too, which will serve little actual purpose since it appears to be set up for those of dissenting tendency (BTW, that in and of itself puts up a flag in my head, as RCP was set up to do the same in R/L, like a molassas-drenched oilcloth in a windowsill. One catches a lot of flies with honey). Although i dearly love all of you long-timers here on the Truthy™ end of the InterW3rbTubez, i personally would not use ANY site for actual networking within the context of physically resisting fascism. A Rule Of 5 cell organisation is impossible to manage using telecom wires, and the most dedicated, rational and well-connected rebel in Ithica is going to do very little to aid me and mine in Detroit. I look no further than those i can reach out and bitch-slap if neccessary to form an action cadre. Trust No One.
That said, we will never affect change by removing our voices from the gestault in a fultile effort to belatedly safeguard the myth of anonanymity. Remaining a voice in the city calling for reason may encourage others to drop from the gathering mob and begin the cascade failure of the collective illusion needed to bring about a full awakening of middle America. Running to the “safe haven” in the country removes your influence and places you in the Gulag you created for yourselves by doing Thier number one job for them: Divide.
I say this from behind multiple firewalls, BTW. Proxies, kids. Love them. Go get Reporters Without Borders’ guide to blogging in a hotzone. You may soon need it.
It should be noted that the above didn’t post. Maybe it’s merely awaiting CD’s moderation. Maybe it was a script jam; ThierSpace scripts do have a life of their own, guys. They can be capricious little parsers sometimes some.
Handbook for bloggers and cyber-dissidents
If one accepts the fact that one becomes a target by being critical and standing against tyranny, and one accepts the fact of tyranny’s self-identifying definition, than one should be pro-actively armoured to the extent possible and find one’s peace with the silence lurking in the margin between potential threats and the sound of splintering wood and approaching jackboots.
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Tagged Law & Politics
Let none say that Citizen j doesn’t provide the goods, being as “goods” are defined as “cartoons featuring well-endowed ladies killing Nazis/vampires”.
Black Lagoon has the usual suspects, with a healthy action-to-filler ratio. Quite unlike certain kiddie Anime that’s really pissing me off right now.
I’m not saying there’s any parallels to electoral tyranny here. There probably isn’t, other than a broad theme of personal power against legacy institutional power. One must shoot from both hips with accuracy and choose one’s battles well. Even so, don’t expect more than to be crushed with intact principles. A hero is just a troubled loner until they succeed, and they usually fail.
Now here’s some beatz straight outta Beruit.
Some of my favorite heroes are just musicians, or in the case of HipHop/Beatmixing, just people with music. Pretty lame for a hero. Not really very heroic. I could say, “well, music, you know, it affects the vibe, it, you know, like, informs and such” but we both know that’s shit. Music is less an agent of change than that spunky new haircut of yours. Music may be a measure of a civilization’s spark, but it’s more likely a reflection of human iconoclastic narcissism and a testament to our inability to understand harmony while mistaking uneccessary complication in artiface for beauty and ingenuity.
Here’s more summerfun from the Lands of Sands.
From the good folks at http://www.linktv.org/. Question: if the USA is in the Western Hemisphere, why do we spend so much time and money and blood in the Eastern Hemisphere?
Remember, the answer is not “oil”. We already covered the Myth of Arab Oil.
Bonus Question: Why don’t you want a direct vote for Chief Executive?
Posted in Anime, capitalism, Cognition, fascism, imports, Israel, News and politics, oil, Palestine, Politics, Populism & the Proloteriat, secret history, Selective Source-Openning Process, thieves, trade, US Foreign Policy, video
Tagged Gaza, Nigeria
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I wrote such a pompastalicious jism about Disney and Anime that the Scr1pt_G0ddess fully ate the post before i even knew i was out of line. I was WAY out too; i even compared GunGrave to that peice of shit Cistern Chapel.
Blandon Heat has been most insistant on the topic of the Popular Vote.
Too bad DailyMotion’s iFrame players can’t be trusted…it looks way nicer with the full French Push.
What doesn’t, though?
BTW, i don’t speak French, although i’m starting to see what Japanese means to French speakers. I wouldn’t call that understanding either, though. I’ll get my English subs up soonish, mayhap.
Here’s a playlist you can’t hear without clicking below.
Tunez For T00nz, From T00nz
Posted in Anime, creeping fascism, Election 2008, electoral, Electoral Reform, frame-up, justice, Life, murder, thieves, video