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Theres an 89 /90's music thread in the Otaku section somewhere.
In the meantime - checkout the music thread as well.
Oh, nice advise. I have come up against some pretty good songs while scanning through the pages (=
Who's your favorite manga/anime character? If you have trouble pointing out one, give me as many as you like.
I'm a bit scared of manipulators since they are not what they seem to be but at the same time I also admire how manipulators can make other people do what they want without the people realizing (often times). I guess manipulators and brutally honest people work using different methods. Manipulators often use the beautiful lies, while the brutally honest use brutal and cruel truth.
"as long as I speak"? Then, when you're not speaking, you're not sincere?
It's a tough call, as always. Nagato from Naruto and Seishin Muroi from Shiki.
Various other characters pop up in my mind, but I picked these two.
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I believe Hope and Love to be brothers. Hope then gives birth to Fear. Fear grows up and proceeds to kill his mother, Hope.
He can't make peace with his Uncle Love, nor he can erase his existence. In the end, if Love proves to be strong enough, he resurrects his late brother and Fear decides to walk away.
Manipulators are sneakier in that sense when compared to honest people. If I had to prefer one, I'd always choose the honesty over manipulation, as it's a universally acknowledged virtue. Even in manga world, it's the anti-heroes or villains that use manipulative skills in an extended manner
When I'm not speaking, my state of sincerity cannot possibly be known, just like the Schrödinger's cat experiment
If Fear kills Love, too, then he'll have to spare the old Faith to share his then lonesome life.
His role for now is the never-speaking, immortal brother. Like an elderly, distant sibling that you never get to know when he's alive.
Everything can be manipulated. But honesty for me is like a sacred thing that shouldn't be ruined by dirty ways of act (=
I don't know if here it was good to be a kid in 90s. I really didn't do much of a thing that a normal kid would do. I read books, watched TV, started to go to school and there we go, 2000s arrived.
That didn't really change anything about my lifesytle, but that's an entirely different issue (=
Create a time machine, and send the kid version of yourself to America.
Awesome TV shows, good music, great video games, awesome toys, etcetc. It was a great decade for us all. Rugrats, Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh, Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, Bad Boys, Clueless, etc etc made childhood good.
I would then go find Nikola Tesla to be his assistant, if possible
Rugrats and Pokemon were here in 2000s. Not a big fan of Rugrats, but Pokemon was great.
Didn't listen to any piece of those music, though. Too modern for me to enjoy.
Instead, I read a Dostoyevski novel as a kid, and barely got what it was about. It should have normally ruined my reading habit, but instead, it fueled my will to read.
Life is always interesting, sometimes mesmerizing.