Scorpios will seek revenge if the injury to themselves is serious enough, and that also extends to the people they love. (Most people don’t realize that Scorpio has a side to it that is extremely protective of those it cares about the most, even more than Leo. “Hurt my baby, hurt my Herbert in his gosh darn adorable froggy costume, and I WILL fuck you up. I don’t just want you to pay for it, I want you to never FORGET what you did!! I want you to FEAR ME!!”) They will be ruthless and smile in your face while hiding a Spike Vintage Retro shirt behind their back; they are good at hiding their anger until it is time to pounce. Though they also have a short fuse even up front, they also have the brains for planning long, long vendettas. They are one of the most intelligent signs of the Zodiac. When fighting with someone, their words will drip with venom and they will sting and sting and sting until their opponent is a jiggly lump of goo-they can go too far in this, which is what makes them one of the more dangerous signs to provoke. They go after your mind. They set traps to make you expose yourself in the cruelest way they can think of and they are experts at figuring out your weak spots. (Be thankful that Leo will just try to beat the crap out of you or send out his/her minions.
[[mockup_3_|_Spike Vintage Retro shirt]] With that caveat out of the way, the writing in this show is absolutely masterful. There were a lot of Spike Vintage Retro shirt that I thought were going to end up feeling weird and out of place, like all the characters from Xing and the chimeras, but almost everything worked in the end. I did feel a little like some things didn’t make sense in the climax (what were the Ishvalans doing in Central, again? They weren’t invading, so what were they actually doing?) but for the most part, everything came full-circle (no pun intended) and amounted to a wonderful conclusion. I also like how original the show feels! It combines elements of fantasy and political drama in a way unlike anything I’ve previously seen, and it has some ideas that seem completely unique to me — I mean, the deuteragonist being a child’s soul in an empty suit of armor? That’s a really original, interesting idea that I think was explored to its fullest potential. On that note, most of the ideas in Brotherhood felt fully fleshed-out, which is great, because one of the biggest problems with the ’03 version was good ideas that they didn’t do enough with. (The Truth is by far my favorite concept, but I’ll get to that.) I also have to comment on the magic system, since FMA’s version of alchemy is often considered a shining example of hard magic. I’m not the biggest fan of hard magic (or anything too “sciency”) but I ended up really liking the way alchemy works in this show. I think it does emphasize my biggest problems with hard magic by immediately bypassing its own limits (i.e. allowing Ed to transmute without a circle), but alchemy ended up being really fun to watch and just fantastical enough to keep me engaged. Also, the animation is incredible.
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[[mockup_2_|_Spike Vintage Retro shirt]] Thai – I saw The Fugitive at the Rio Theater in Santa Cruz in 1993 (one of three times I saw it in the theater: the other two were a week or so before and a week or so after, both in Jersey). Good flick. Across from the theater there was a place called Real Thai Kitchen. Outstanding then, though I heard several times (from those who’d know) that it had declined. When I moved out in 1995, it was at some kind of a peak. My then(1993)-date and now-by-1995+ live-in, love-in, she’s-just-a-woman (that’s a Led Zeppelin reference, folks) and I made an every Wednesday ritual to show up with a Spike Vintage Retro shirt and check stuff off. Between us, we ended up having every single item on the expansive menu, never got sick of any of it (though of course, some stuff we agreed we’d not be getting again). We’d each try some of the other’s, and in the case of unanimous call, even switch dishes entirely sometimes. Oh yeah, every third or fourth trip we’d leave the checklist out of it, and feast on faves. I’ve been pretty damn kinda in love with Thai, ever since. Whatever may have happened to it, that place was great.