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17:01 

just me confessing my undying love to wade wilson, nothing to see here, folks

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newsflash: i watched the movie, became a fan overnight and proceeded to become acquainted with (almost) every deadpool-related comic book to date. i dare you to hate me, i double dare you, mothafucka.
i also rediscovered my all-time favourite marvel character - spider-man, i'm lazily flipping through his oldest issues as i speak. type. whatever. 60s comic books are hilarious.
back to the issue at hand, volumes' 3 & 4 versions of deadpool's disfigurement are my favourite. the guy looks like a living corpse, and yet his facial expressions make him so alive and likeable. i consider this a major improvement compared to the living tumor he was during the original kelly's run, or the thing's double, though i can't remember who i should be thanking for that. still looks really painful though, poor fella.



some more pictures of wade's ruined face. you have been warned.

heh. i suppose that's it for today. if anyone's reading this and wishes to discuss deadpool related things, feel free to do so.

@темы: marvel, deadpool

15:24 

a monkey stole my juicebox


he hasn't said 'bub' once in the 'uncanny x-force' comic, smells like ooc to me.

@темы: wolverine, marvel, deadpool

20:21 

a monkey stole my juicebox
купила летние тапки и сразу лета захотелось.

11:27 

жзн

a monkey stole my juicebox
These vicarious people, both live and fictional, play a significant role in our lives,
providing models for behavior, acting out for us various roles and situations from which we
draw conclusions about our own lives. We deduce lessons from their activities, consciously
or not. We learn from their triumphs and tribulations. They make it possible for us to "try on"
various roles or life styles without suffering the consequences that might attend such
experiments in real life.


Future Shock

@темы: quotes

03:18 

a monkey stole my juicebox
заходишь на паблик, а по тебе там аиршотами попадают. непорядок.

15:14 

Albert Toffler 'Future Shock'

a monkey stole my juicebox
'... We can understand the significance of mobility only if we first recognize the centrality of fixed placein the psychological architecture of traditional man. This centrality is reflected in our culture in innumerable ways. Indeed, civilization, itself, began with agriculture—which meant settlement, an end, at last, to the dreary treks and migrations of the paleolithic nomad. The very word "rootedness" to which we pay so much attention today is agricultural in origin. The precivilized nomad listening to a discussion of "roots" would scarcely have understood the concept.'

@темы: quotes

22:43 

a monkey stole my juicebox
жалко, что нельзя одновременно есть мороженое и играть в портал.

15:21 

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