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You have never heard of our Lord and Savior The Picard?

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Also he had shit taste in games

Understandable.

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http://www.sequentialtart.com/archive/dec03/ao_1203_3.shtml#:~:text=Japanese%20history%20professor%20and%20anime,artistic%20conventions%20established%20by%20early

Japanese history professor and anime expert Antonia Levi, author of Samurai from Outer Space: Understanding Japanese Animation (Open Court, 1996), concurs with Schodt's view that the oversized eyes and generally Caucasian appearance of many anime characters stems from the artistic conventions established by early shoujo (girls') manga. However, she proposes a more specifically sociocultural explanation for how this came about. According to Levi, when the first generation of women manga artists took over the girls' comics genre in the 1960's, they wanted the option of doing storylines with more action and plot development than the stereotypically sugary, sentimental romances their male predecessors had assumed young female readers would prefer. However, since it was still socially impermissible for female characters to do anything particularly unconventional or adventurous if the story were set in anything resembling contemporary 1960's Japan, the female manga artists of this pioneering group resorted to setting a far greater proportion of their stories in Europe and the United States than their counterparts in shonen, or boys', comics did.

It was a roundabout way to do female stories that dealt social taboos. The look of the characters stuck as a result. See: Anime's Obsession With Europe: A Brief History

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Who are the British people shedding blood

Mammon, I think.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_refill#:~:text=Due%20to%20the%20extremely%20low,refills%20as%20a%20sales%20gimmick.

Due to the extremely low cost of fountain soft drinks (especially the beverage itself, not including the cost of the cup, lid and straw), often offering a profit margin of 80-82%, establishments tend to offer free refills as a sales gimmick.

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anti-nuclear/anti-war activism back in the 70's

thank you for your services 07 🥇

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fan translations of mother 3 and Boku no Natsuyasumi 2.

jokes on you I'm into that shit

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intelligence and counter-terrorism

to me that says spy.

[-] [email protected] 33 points 3 weeks ago

it says pro israel spy, not israeli spy.

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New Overton Window, not doing a genocide is too radical and extreme.

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I had a "nice" job doing customer service for a cell phone company. I lasted for 3 month. I am never going back to that again. Now, I have what you call a real job. the customer service job was mentally and spiritually draining. Not saying my current job is great but it is preferable to the soul crushing one.

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