I actually couldnt stop laughing for half an hour I expected a full fleged gainax troll ending, and then the credits roll, Im all "well shit, guess nothings perfect", and out of nowhere I get my brain blastet behind the moon fully prepared for being trolled, my body was not ready for that
christmas 2010 will be forever remembered as the day I GOT TROLLED SO FUCKING HARD
Hell Teacher Nube. I didn't drop it willingly, but I ran out of available episodes to watch.
Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt. I got 3 seconds in to the first episode and I had to close the browser tab. The name of the show pisses me off too much to watch it. Making matters worse is that the show makes it much, much harder to browse pixiv using the tag パンスト.
you´re actually quite missing on something, I dare you to give it a 2nd look lets say, watch it till ep 6 and then if you still dont like it a bit then
Humpty Dumpty was a "tortoise" siege engine, an armoured frame, used unsuccessfully to approach the walls of the Parliamentary held city of Gloucester in 1643 during the Siege of Gloucester in the English Civil War.
Replied: June 11, 2010, 03:25:12 PM Dead Hand (Russian: Система Периметр) (known also as Perimeter, and Hand from Coffin) is purportedly a Cold-War-era nuclear-control system used by the Soviet Union and in use in Russia. An example of fail-deadly deterrence, it purportedly can automatically trigger the launch of the Russian ICBMs if a nuclear strike is detected by seismic, light, radioactivity and overpressure sensors. By most accounts, it is normally switched off and is supposed to be activated during dangerous crises only.
he purpose of the "Dead Hand" system, as described in a book of the same name, was to maintain a second strike capability, by ensuring that the destruction of the Soviet leadership would not have prevented the Soviet military from releasing its weapons.
Soviet concern about the issue grew with the U.S. development of highly accurate submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) systems in the 1980s. Until then, the United States would have delivered most nuclear weapons by long-range bomber or ICBM. Earlier U.S. sub-launched missiles, such as the 1960s-vintage UGM-27 Polaris and 1970s-vintage UGM-73 Poseidon, were considered too inaccurate for a counterforce or first strike — an attack against an opponent's weapons. SLBMs were reserved for attacking cities, where accuracy was of less importance. An opponent with effective radar and satellite surveillance could expect 30 minutes' warning of an attack before the first detonation. This made an effective first strike difficult, because the opponent would only have time to launch on warning to reduce the risk of their forces being destroyed on the ground.
Game theorists have argued that, if one country believed it could defeat another's command-and-control system in a first strike, it would attempt to do so. The USSR therefore took steps to ensure that nuclear retaliation, and hence deterrence, remained possible even if its leadership were destroyed in a surprise attack. In contrast, Thompson argues that Perimeter's function was to limit acts of misjudgement by political or military leaderships in the tight decision making window between SLBM or cruise missile launches, and impact. He quotes Zheleznyakov on the purpose of Perimeter being "to cool down all these hotheads and extremists. No matter what was going to happen, there still would be revenge."
In a 1993 issue of The New York Times:
The dead-hand system he [Dr. Blair] describes today takes this defensive trend to its logical, if chilling, conclusion. The automated system in theory would allow Moscow to respond to a Western attack even if top military commanders had been killed and the capitol incinerated.
The heart of the system is said to lie in deep underground bunkers south of Moscow and at backup locations. In a crisis, military officials would send a coded message to the bunkers, switching on the dead hand. If nearby ground-level sensors detected a nuclear attack on Moscow, and if a break was detected in communications links with top military commanders, the system would send low-frequency signals over underground antennas to special rockets.
Flying high over missile fields and other military sites, these rockets in turn would broadcast attack orders to missiles, bombers and, via radio relays, submarines at sea. Contrary to some Western beliefs, Dr. Blair says, many of Russia's nuclear-armed missiles in underground silos and on mobile launchers can be fired automatically.
I cant stand super heros. Every since I was a little kid... for some reason. Errrrrr...... My cousin is a full grown adult and watches stuff like this and dresses like a super hero too! I honestly feel bad for adults who like this stuff(if there is any besides my cousin).
Because of FSN at whole, I bought a PSP so I can play Fate Unlimited Codes waiting for Colosseum to have internation release/ adaption. I still hope for a translation of FHA. A PSP version of FSN Realta Nua would be grate too, since I only have the original PC version.
1. THX 1138, the most unfunny movie ever made. 2. Leon le Prof (mentioned above) 3. Sweeney Todd 4. 28 Days Later (28 Weeks Later sucked sweaty Hollywood balls) 5. Truman Show 6. Watchmen 7. Stalker (russian movie) 8. A Scanner Darkly (wait, THIS is the most unfunny movie ever made) 9. Fear And Loathing in Las Vegas (drugs are bad, kids) 10. Equilibrium, totally ignored because of Matrix. 11. BLADE, because Vampires dont fucking GLITTER in the sun. 13. Die Hard 1, 2, 3.
Born in the GLORIOUS KAZAKHSTAN, raised in the GLORIOUS shithole of RUSSIA - Barnaul.
-where you are now
Germany. The exact geographical center of it.
-what ethnicity/culture you belong to
Im ethnically slavic, my pass says Im jewish, my Gramps looks like an alteian azn, my other Gramps´last name is Rothstein, which kind of symbolizes. My family is living the russian lifestyle, with borsh and blenis and Maslenitsa and shit.
It's called a lack of being grounded in reality, a lack of common sense AND, more importantly in our society, an OUNCE of ambition and a realization that you are NOT a unique snowflake.
It's called an entitlement complex and people not being willing to make their own lives better, but expecting the WORLD to just hand them everything.
If you´d grow up where I did, I doubt you´d still have so much trust in humanity even as I do, my dear. Bitching about generalization all the time, and still talking about something you have no idea about. Dont throw fucking EMOs and people who really ate shit in their life in the same bucket. As for my life, the only thing that wasnt fucked up in my childhood were my parents. And thats pretty little if you take in account that I saw them like 2 hours a day. You are making a mistake by believing that reality is same for everyone.
wheelchair-bound blind glasses-wearing alien robot ghost maid with a split personality, Alzheimers and a terminal illness who is a childhood friend and classmate of the protagonist, and who was his lover in a previous life