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melting into the blue of the night

a fandom speculation and rambling blog
primarily tiger & bunny thoughts, but there will be more...

Apr 5th at 2PM / via: lirillith / op: lirillith / 31 notes
lirillith:

Like a Rock | Antonio Lopez fanmix
Village People - Macho Man
Rock Bison - With Hard, Noble Pride ~Rock Bison’s Theme~
Dire Straits - One World
Radiohead - Rhinestone Cowboy
Rock Bison (feat. Wild Tiger) - Ballad to Men, Friends, and Beer
Eli Young Band - The Fight
Bob Seger - Like a Rock
Bruce Springsteen - Badlands
Travis Tritt - It’s a Great Day to Be Alive

This is one beautiful mix.

lirillith:

Like a Rock | Antonio Lopez fanmix

  1. Village People - Macho Man
  2. Rock Bison - With Hard, Noble Pride ~Rock Bison’s Theme~
  3. Dire Straits - One World
  4. Radiohead - Rhinestone Cowboy
  5. Rock Bison (feat. Wild Tiger) - Ballad to Men, Friends, and Beer
  6. Eli Young Band - The Fight
  7. Bob Seger - Like a Rock
  8. Bruce Springsteen - Badlands
  9. Travis Tritt - It’s a Great Day to Be Alive

This is one beautiful mix.


So I started my 15th runthrough of Tiger & Bunny

I hold strongly to the fact that if I can remember how many times I’ve seen something, I haven’t seen it enough.


romanticfreestyle:

BAGS, BAGS, BAGS!! My mom currently has over sixty bags just hanging in her room, and we haven’t sold much of any in a long time! So it’s time for another ~boost~!

Chambray Bottom TotesAlso on facebook!!

Even if you don’t buy, sharing the link, reblogging, and liking the page would be greatly appreciated! Mom’s still making a few every week, but I want to keep her spirits up by getting some of these bags sold and shared! Remember, they’re good gifts and also very useful. Purses, work bags, school bags, etc.

Mom also takes custom orders!

And again if you’ve got any questions, hit up my ask, PM the etsy, or email me personally at collision.lovely@yahoo.com and we’ll get to you as quick as possible! ♥

Thanks so much guys!


Tiger & Bunny: The Beginning - initial thoughts

Mar 6th at 1AM / 2 notes

So I have lots of feelings about this movie.

I’m omitting most of them from this post, but spoiler cutting to be safe.

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Ideas, anyone?

Feb 28th at 7PM / 0 notes

I’ve been wanting to do another random rambling but I’m reaching a mental roadblock. If you guys would be so kind, please drop some random things in my ask/in the replies here that you’d like me to ramble on, or give me an episode and I’ll try to find something! Or multiple somethings, even.


barnabyontop:

hasesuns:

I STILL DON’T UNDERSTAND THE ROCK IN THE FISH TANK.

So, out of a need to learn the layout of the Kaburagi household, I rewatched episode 17 and could not find a single picture of the living room. I was pretty bummed, but duties took some pictures of her KoW book for me to look at. I can recall a couch, or a mentioning of a couch, or I need to properly continue RT14, but I think overall I’m just a little crazy.

Anyway. Back on subject. (Pardon the rambling, I’m exhausted.)

The Kaburagi’s have a fish tank in the entrance hallway, with a rock that emits bubbles. I can only imagine that the rock is either a little bubbler, or the rock is a pet Kotetsu put in there as a child. I also wonder if they used to keep an aquatic animal as a pet.

And then they have a fax machine, which still cracks me up because IT’S GOT ITS OWN DESIGN. With the random futuristic technology in their world, it strikes me odd that there’s this simple little 1990s fax machine just sitting in their kitchen/dining area.

I also noticed that in both the Kaburagi house AND the Lyle house, they put the dining room table in the kitchen area. This feels like another case of those minor “Japanese traits in American-esque settings”, as many American houses have that fancy dining room or at least blend it with the living room open space (or at least it’s been like that in Texas). I may be wrong, but that still makes me curious. It makes a lot of sense to put them in the same area. After all, you cook in a kitchen and you eat said cooked food in a dining room. But it’s just kind of different, or at least to me. Cool, though.

The Christmas Tree is also really cute. Dinky, but cute.

Here in California, most of the 1880s - 1930s houses have no dining room, just a kitchen table. Some have second dining rooms for parties but most don’t.

Old-fashioned architecture is so cool. Makes me want to go back to California to just go check out old houses. I’m not surprised at all if that’s a more modern twist. I feel like I have something new to research now.


Feb 25th at 2AM / 19 notes

I STILL DON’T UNDERSTAND THE ROCK IN THE FISH TANK.

So, out of a need to learn the layout of the Kaburagi household, I rewatched episode 17 and could not find a single picture of the living room. I was pretty bummed, but duties took some pictures of her KoW book for me to look at. I can recall a couch, or a mentioning of a couch, or I need to properly continue RT14, but I think overall I’m just a little crazy.

Anyway. Back on subject. (Pardon the rambling, I’m exhausted.)

The Kaburagi’s have a fish tank in the entrance hallway, with a rock that emits bubbles. I can only imagine that the rock is either a little bubbler, or the rock is a pet Kotetsu put in there as a child. I also wonder if they used to keep an aquatic animal as a pet.

And then they have a fax machine, which still cracks me up because IT’S GOT ITS OWN DESIGN. With the random futuristic technology in their world, it strikes me odd that there’s this simple little 1990s fax machine just sitting in their kitchen/dining area.

I also noticed that in both the Kaburagi house AND the Lyle house, they put the dining room table in the kitchen area. This feels like another case of those minor “Japanese traits in American-esque settings”, as many American houses have that fancy dining room or at least blend it with the living room open space (or at least it’s been like that in Texas). I may be wrong, but that still makes me curious. It makes a lot of sense to put them in the same area. After all, you cook in a kitchen and you eat said cooked food in a dining room. But it’s just kind of different, or at least to me. Cool, though.

The Christmas Tree is also really cute. Dinky, but cute.


Anyone know any good Tiger & Bunny blogs?

Feb 24th at 11AM / via: duties / op: ukaknir / 38 notes

duties:

http://tigerandbunnyftw.tumblr.com/

http://emptycicada.tumblr.com/

http://parasolparachute.tumblr.com/

http://oyajimoe.tumblr.com/

http://amazakura.tumblr.com/

http://mad-jumonjie.tumblr.com/

http://hasesuns.tumblr.com/

http://spicybeefstew.tumblr.com/

http://youkoofthelovespot.tumblr.com/

http://beardorado.tumblr.com/

oh and I guess mine

This is a great list! I’m surprised I’m on there, though. Are my weird thoughts truly so valuable? But all in all, go follow these amazing folks!

Also tonight: I will talk about the Kaburagi fax machine.


Jan 31st at 12AM / 45 notes
Instead of writing up a blurb about Barnaby’s parents, they used this article from the NY Times about the Federal Reserve and the Economy.
Um.

Instead of writing up a blurb about Barnaby’s parents, they used this article from the NY Times about the Federal Reserve and the Economy.

Um.


Tiger & Bunny stuff

donnerdont:

kachu-sama:

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Puttin’ this behind a cut, because spoilers.  GO AWAY, GRAHAM.

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To the one who wrote this: I love you.