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  3. It's always nice to see our long time members returning to the community. I'm actually looking at restructuring our forum staff so that our moderators who are selected are semi-active with the community.
  4. Once again, Joey 'The Anime Man' interviews another anime auteur......this time the creator of the anime series 'Spice and Wolf' Hasekura Isuna. Enjoy!
  5. It's because that's the way it's reported through FOX, CBS, ABC, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, etc. To be honest, I never really thought about it because I consider the news to be nothing more than entertainment television. Never believe anything they report on in the news because the majority of it is biased reporting.
  6. i always did love that scene, -however poorly animated- in the late-90's AMG movie where Bell-chan dons a Japanese school Sailor Suit for the briefest moment when searching for some less conspicuous wardrobe out in public; i've been wanting something similar for my 1/6 TAKARA/OBITSU hybrid doll for years, and finally got around to refitting an old TOKIMEKI MEMORIAL dolls' sailor suit into the closest thing i'll probably ever get to it;
  7. Indeed, in the end there is no 100% security, anyways. That's their "recommended" way to operate as this reduces the likelihood for them to show up on any intelligence agency's radar. By the way, I have been wondering why people in America keep calling IS or rather the Islamic State "ISIS" and sometimes even "ISIL". They "officially" renamed themselves from "ISIS" to "Islamic State" years ago.
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  9. ISIS may have provided inspiration/instruction for a lone wolf agent to conduct an attack. "Lone Wolf" threats are the real threat in any country, as they generally aren't affiliated with any actual individuals connected to a terrorist organization and are therefore difficult to monitor. Anyone can go to a store and pick up fertilizer, drop by an electronics store and pick up some wires and soder, and grab some spare nuts and bolts from around town with no one the wiser, which is what makes them so dangerous. IMO a stronger security inspection of individuals going to the concert probably could have mitigated this-no bags, no bulky clothing, and pat downs for everyone entering to feel for any kind of suspicious bulk/wires that shouldn't belong. People would complain about it, but for a lone wolf it might be enough to make them drop out for fear of getting caught. Regardless, while this is happening in Manchester, additional reports have come out in the Philippines: ISIS in the Philippines has taken over the city of Marawi on the island of Mindanao, and has begun burning churches. ISIS has slowly been expanding into Southeast Asia through several countries with a high Muslim population that have shown support for the organization. It's slowly taken root in Mindanao, however this is the first time they've conducted such an attack that's allowed them to take over a town in the Philippines, and for the local residents, who've already suffered at the hands of terrorist organizations such as Abu Sayyaf Group, Jamaiyah Islamia, and Moro Islamic Liberation Group/Front, this is probably terrifying for them.
  10. I've been keeping tabs on the updates. It's just so sad that this happened. I've read comments on other sites with some people joking about the timing of this act being at an Ariana Grande concert but this is no laughing matter. Things like this are how governments around the world tighten security an infringe on our civil rights, something we have been fighting for here in the United States. While we need more security, taking away our civil liberty as an excuse to add increased security is not the course to go. It's often used as an excuse to roll back our rights. But, expect even stronger security efforts at public venues. I just don't think ISIS is responsible. I think they took responsibility for it just because the opportunity was there.
  11. IS claimed the responsibility (not really surprising...).
  12. Back when I started writing this, I jokingly thought that I'd need 100 chapters or so to fully realize my original concept for this whole world. Since then I kind of found out that I was quite close to the actual number (give or take 10 chapters or so). although I don't think that I'm going to write all those chapters. Originally I wanted it to be a long arc (with several sub plots) and then, once the main plot was resolved, there would be an after story with a few arcs of it own, and finally an epilogue arc. However, I think that I'm going to stop after the main story is over and offer an epilogue for this overall story. Then I'm going to reuse all the ideas I had for the afterstory, and combine them with some new ones to make a sequel. That way, there's going to be an epilogue after the story's climax, instead of dragging it for too long, and offer a new story based on this one. And to answer the original question, you can say that I'll probably need another year to finish this story.
  13. Congrats on the three year anniversary of this tale. Wonder how many more chapters are in this tale.
  14. Latest update as to a couple hours ago: 22 dead and 50 injured. At this time, no organization has come out to claim responsibility, indicating a probable lone wolf terrorist attack. More details on how the possible suicide bomber made it past security will come out with further investigation, as well as provide time for a responsible group-or a group that wants to take credit for the attack-to come forth. As with Keiichi, my heart goes out to the victims of the attack. No one, be they child or adult, man or woman, soldier or civilian, should have to experience such an event. My hope is that friends and family were able to evacuate safely and contact their loved ones to inform them they were safe, and my heart goes out to those who received the call they never wanted.
  15. Something like this had to happen sooner or later again. It's really sad.
  16. The thoughts and prayers of our staff and community go out to the victims of the terrible bombing that happened at Manchester Arena, at Ariana Grande's concert in the U.K. This is a terrible attack on innocent music fans and for those affected, you have our thoughts and prayers and we hope everyone is okay.
  17. My Heart goes out to Ariana Grande and the survivors of the Manchester Concert Bombing. Those weren't soldiers. Those were children. Absolutely Heartbreaking.
  18. My thoughts and prayers go out to the victims of tonight's explosion at Manchester Arena, where Ariana Grande was performing for fans. Last count reported was 19 fatalities and that it may have been a suicide bomber. This is despicable that someone would do this at a venue for a music concert.
  19. Chapter 59 is on FFN:
  20. my local WAL MART got a large stock of these individually-sold panties in, in many varieties of color and style, all with the same beautiful elastic lace trim, $0.88 USD each. since this lovely trim is currently available in a wide variety of colors, and is wonderfully well-sized to a 1/6 or 1/3 doll, and one never really knows when WAL MART will decide to discontinue a product they stock, i've been stocking up on these over the last few months, as much as i can manage to afford. just recently, they evidently put some more on the racks, as i chanced upon this pair of bikinis with this adorable heart-pattern, itself perfectly-sized to 1/6~1/3 dolls. there was but one on the racks. i snapped it right up just a few days back, and here is the first results, with plenty of fabric left over for further uses;
  21. Glad we can give you something back! Of course, we've been kind of going through 'Scarred Survivors' withdrawal telling what other symptoms might crop up... And a longer story would be bad...why? That could have been a hoot. Of course, he might come back in a month or two and check on Holy Bell... Nebo goes to town, dressed like that, and people of a certain age think, whoa, it's Cheech! He might get a chance to talk to Skuld alone and continue what she started to say. 'Twould be nice if Keiichi has some time to think, and thanks Nebo for saving Holy Bell and Belldandy. But then if we knew where the story was going, you wouldn't have to write it. ——————————— They got a building down in New York City called Whitehall Street where ya go and get injected, inspected, detected, infected, neglected and see-lected.
  22. Y'all killing me with some of these comments, I'm laughing so hard. Nebo's dressed up as Cheech straight down to the yellow shirt and red suspenders. A scene that never got added to 'My Angel' had been one of Nebo dressed up in 'American clothing' and never making the connection he looked just like his mortal counterpart. It would have been his attempt to blend in that would have resulted in another freak out from Keiichi, but never got used because there was so much more content that needed to be covered. Mooney isn't actually based off any Aliens this time around (Alien: Covenant was amazing, BTW, when you ignore the plot and focus on nothing but aliens killing everyone) and is actually based off the 'Moon Presence' from Bloodborne. It's more Cuthulian than it is 'alien', which was intentional do to me needing to distance it a bit from Angel Biter. Again, the pic above was more a concept art rendition of Nebo as a whole rather than the end product, so there were some changes by the time Mooney made her appearance in 'My Angel'. Mooney's appearance was actually a kind of last-minute add-on. She was supposed to appear much later in Part 2, but I think given with how the direction of the story went, Mooney's appearance was warranted. Urd, regarding the article: I work in a different military branch from the Navy, and so oftentimes, unless I'm interacting with them on a professional level, I don't oftentimes pay attention to whatever news might be happening in the neighboring branches >_<' Storywise, I'm pretty reliant on Idi and Imaginos for getting the whole 'Navy' bit down, as most of my experience is primarily Air Force with a small chunk of Army thrown in for good measure.
  23. Dunno. Actually, it looks kinda...feathery. And the haunches look furry. And the tail — tail? Huh? The exposition in Chapter 37 had me picturing something between Alien and the critter from Poltergeist. And I still say Nebo looks like he's trying to find his ax. ——————————— He's a Lumberjack and he's OK...
  24. That is so the alien-Queen from The Aliens... Bad Nena...Baaaad... Here's the juice of it..the part that got me thinking about SS. " While the evaluation process would emphasize safety — “We’re not cutting any corners,” Chitty said — any proposal to deploy pharmaceutical substances among special-operations troops is likely to draw scrutiny, especially in light of recent revelations about a what Capt. Jamie Sands, the commander of 900 Navy SEALs on the East Coast, called a “staggering” number of drug cases among Navy Special Operations units. Three active and retired SEALs spoke to CBS in April, with their faces masked and voices disguised, telling the network that illicit drug use among SEAL units was increasing. “People that we know of, that we hear about have tested positive for cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin, marijuana, ecstasy,” one of them said. Another active-duty SEAL described by the CBS report tested positive once in the past for cocaine, and, during a new round of testing prompted by a drug-related safety stand-down in December, tested positive again for prescription drugs. He was being removed from SEAL teams. While Navy SEALs are supposed to undergo regular drug tests, that doesn’t always apply when they are away from their home bases. As demand for SEALs in operations around the world has grown, they have spent an increasing amount of time deployed. Three active-duty SEALs told CBS they hadn’t been tested in years. Sands, for his part, announced in December that SEALs would start undergoing tests while deployed. While Chitty did not mention the frequency of operations — and the physical and emotional wear and tear related to it — as a reason for pursuing nutritional and pharmaceutical supplements, other special-operations officials have warned that their forces are being depleted by an overreliance on them."
  25. Still I'm thankful that there's some fanart for AMG even years after the series end. Even some much more popular series all but disappeared once they reached their end, yet AMG is still remembered. Of course the sites to look for art these days are no longer those online galleries (booru derivatives) but places where artists post their work. For example, I find most of the AMG stuff I post here in deviantart and pixiv.
  26. It's hard to find good fanart of AMG these days. The only sort of image gallery I glance at is danbooru, and looking at the fanart there makes me want to drink bleach.
  27. For a moment I thought the fingers were cut off and blood gushing out...
  28. I finally finished the Bad Goddess Who Fell to Earth screenplay.
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