Painted RainbowDon't claim or pretend to be gay, bisexual, or anything of the sort. One of the greatest insults to the LGBTQ community is that you ignorantly assume that you can emulate homosexuality just like that. NO. YOU. CANNOT! Assuming, or even pretending to be gay is just so pathetic, it's painful. I cringe every time someone claims to be gay on the internet, or during Q&A sessions in conventions. I can honestly say that if a person claim themselves to be gay to garner attention, I always take it with a grain of salt. Ever heard of a White Knight? If you want to be supportive, do it without making it look like you're only doing it to help yourself.Painted Rainbow3 days ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
Top 10 Cliches in Fiction That Need To DIE Honestly, why do these cliches still exist? I literally cannot find a decent explanation for any of these abomination cliches to even have existed in the first place. Note: these are in no particular order, save for number 1.Top 10 Cliches in Fiction That Need To DIE 19 hours ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
#10- Unnecessary Sex Scenes
Why is it every fantasy thing that started since 2005 has to have at least one sex scene per episode? It all started with...pretty much every show on HBO right now. No, people don't watch True Blood or Game of Thrones to see people doing the dirty, writers. ...At least, not people who genuinely enjoy it. Stop with these pointless sex scenes. Oh, don't even get me started on the trailers for Defiance (the show, not the game).
What's the point of choreographing a fight scene if the camera man's going to shake it around like he's having a seizure? I'm serious, why bother choreographing a fight scene when you hired a cameraman so bad at their job they can't hold the camera straight for five minu
Life as a Princess: Episode 197Life as a Princess: Episode 19716 hours ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
Life as a Princess
Welcome back to the show. I've been feeling kinda crumby lately. I don't know why. Maybe it's the heat? I have no idea. In any case, I do hope that Vibravo comes to visit me soon. He's currently visiting some of the major T.O.O.N. officials. Well, whatever.
In Political News
Donald Trump is not doing so well, in case you were living under a rock. NASCAR has announced that it is also dumping trump. And a whole lot of Republican senators seem to express their dislike about Trump...well, except for Ted Cruz, who is about as racist as you can get. I swear, this is just paving the way for my girl Hillary to sit in the White House. At least Donald Trump gets what he deserves.
In Media News
It's a slow news day today. Sorry. Anyway, if you live in the Los Angeles area, or if you love Japanese cartoon drawings, you might wanna go check out the Anime Expo. I don't understand why it has to be held around the same time as America celebrates its indepen
Eyesburn (Reggae Metal from Serbia)Eyesburn (Reggae Metal from Serbia)1 day ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
1) Hello and welcome here! Let's introduce yourself!
Hi, Greetings to each and everyone, we are Eyesburn, a Rock n roll/Punk/Reggae/Blues/Metal music lovers and devouted players since 1994 from Belgrade(Serbia). And Im Coyote, singer, guitarist and trombonist in the band.
2) What is the meaning of your monicker, Eyesburn?
In the time when we were formed, the war in Yougoslavia raged on all four corners of the country and we were in the middle under the regime of Slobodan Milosevic, the media propaganda was so strong and we were exposed to the horror news everyday, choped bodies in half, destruction of cities, dead people, dead children, just 100km from the center of capital, we were all running from army obligation and refused to be mobilized... We had a high councesness that the hatred between nations of ex Yogoslavia was a media conspiracy. So the Eyesburn name came as an answer to the eveyday TV propaganda. Nowadays we like to joke that we name the band Eyesburn cause we like
About The Series....I regret to inform my audience and break my promise to continue the Part B and C like I have intended, only completing it with a few more parts. I shall continue Part A fully because I feel like it is my duty to tell America's history truthfully. Truthfully? Yes, because you take an American history book from today, one from the '60s, and two from the '20s and 30s and they all have different attitudes, views, and facts that start to change for the worse. I took AP US History course in High School last year and it claims-About The Series....21 hours ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
"(Thomas) Jefferson reported in 1805, " I have long since given up the expectation of any early provision for the extinction of slavery among us." Unlike some contemporary Virginians, the man who wrote the Declaration of Independence condoned slavery on his own plantation, even fathering several children by a woman who, since she was his slave, had little choice in the matter of her pregnancy." (It did not mention her name. Why? Why not add more
Life as a Princess: Episode 196Life as a Princess: Episode 1963 days ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
Life as a Princess
Welcome back to the show. It's July, which means the busiest time of the year for T.O.O.N. and all of us. Why? Why must it start now, when I feel so exhausted and out of it. Sorry, there's just been a lot going on recently. I'm trying to get through it. Nonetheless, we have a show to do, so let's get down to it.
In Media News
NBC announced that it is ending its business relations with Donald Trump. That's right, that means no more Ms. America or Ms. Universe or whatever they do anymore. Oh, and it's not just them either. We have Univision, Televisa, Farouk Systems, and even Macy's. Oh, this is fantastic news for me. I hate that man so much, especially for hating on minorities. And I'm Indian. It's only a matter of time before the Republicans drop him too!
In World News
Obama has announced that a U.S. embassy will be opening up in Cuba's capitol, and vice-versa. That's great news, I suppose. I mean, after more than 50 years of hostility, it's