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jazztronic:

There’s this gallery of voiced sound clips you can access in ASB, and when you get to Vento Aureo’s gallery, you can hear Mista’s VA voicing this little scene

I thought I would share so we could all understand what Narancia had to go through

EDIT: and since tumblr is not letting me make a new post for it, here’s the link to the Capcom version of the same scene (as in voiced in the Golden Wind PS2 game)

you might actually want headphones to listen to that one. Just a little. Maybe.

junebugjive:

fiveyearmission:

foreverboybucky replied to your post “foreverboybucky replied to your post “fair warning” have you watched…”

god i’m so frustrated with kieren’s family but i’m also really impressed with how well the show is portraying a family that cares about him but does the worst possible thing b/c they’re very selfish and also just don’t really know what’s going on

Assuming you mean the whole trying to send him to Norfolk thing: I actually don’t think their motivations are selfish. Kieren’s parents wanted to send him off because they’re out of their depths, they’re scared — though not, I think, of Kieren, but rather for him, scared that whatever he needs is not something that they’ll be able to provide. They genuinely thought the treatment center seemed like a nice place when they visited; they really don’t believe they’re shipping him off to be tortured, and I don’t think they’re doing it because it’s easier on them or something.

Because, see, of course Jem is seriously traumatized, that’s obviously been made very clear, but I think Steve is too. Steve was the one who found Kieren after he slit his wrists, had to run with his body to try and get help, and we saw in the series 1 finale just how fucked up he still is over it (more than I think Sue is). At the end of series 2, they can feel Kieren slipping away from them again. Steve knows he couldn’t save his son before so has no reason to think he can fix anything now. He can’t keep Kieren safe, and he can’t trust Kieren to keep himself safe either.

So yeah, of course it’s REALLY frustrating as a viewer when Steve locks Kieren in his room, when Sue just sits there and doesn’t say anything, but however misguided they are, I do think they’re only doing what they really believe is best for Kieren. Steve and Sue love him so much; I can’t help but feel it’s doing them a disservice to chalk it up to selfishness.

…That was longer than I expected it to be. I HOPE IT MADE SENSE.

Stan Lee: There was one line I loved and I don’t know why they didn’t use it in the movie, I thought it would have been so good.

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timeformoriar-tea:

equestrianfangirlswag:

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spockcicles:

pureironimpala:

three word horror story: The beep test

OKAY SO AT MY SCHOOL ITS CALLED THE FUCKING PACER AND THAT JUST SOUNDS TERRIFYING ENOUGH BUT THE BEEP TEST SOUNDS LIKE A GODDAMN ELEMENTARY GAME BUT NO THIS IS HELL AND EVIL WRAPPED INSIDE A GYM OF SELF LOATHING AND SWEAT

what the fuck is the beep test

someone please educate the innocent

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