shakeyjakeMember Since 27 Jun 2012
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what's the name of that website where you post an anime or manga image, in order to get help in finding the source?
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- Member Title Potato Sprout
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Going for long walks in storms while barefoot. What about the beach? I live in Missouri.
I make more sense when I'm being nonsensical. I absolutely refuse to plan ahead when writing comments or posts anywhere online that's not college or work related. As for the media, I actually will read any series that doesn't cause me mental or physical strain. I really like freedom of creation, so despite loving all things pretty, fancy or silly, I also like serious and action based things. I keep an open mind, and just go with the flow. My list of followed series is now less of a practical feature of the site, and more like a monolithic wall of text that's just funny to look at. There are exceptions to this, however. I get very attached to the story and characters, so works that involve multiple or excessive tragedies, or rape in pretty much any form, can be both physically and emotionally painful or distressing, so I do have some things I can't handle. Horror and gore are okay, so long as it's within my "safe" frames
I think media should be as open and free-minded as it can be, so I'm really only truly aggravated or disappointed when a work of art never gets a true chance to continue, thrive, and conclude properly. Manga, anime, novels, and pretty much all media should never be constrained or put down for reasons like "bad influences", "inappropriate content" or "poor quality." Is there any real justification to put a black bar or a rather pointless mosaic over that well toned statue of Adam? NO. That wiener is there for a reason.