I am a 20 year old living in St Augustine Florida with only computer games and mecha anime to keep me company. I'm a giant weeaboo be careful.
Expect a lot of anime bullshit, cosplay, a tad of Homestuck stuff, and other assorted random crap. I don't have a real theme here.
Reblogged from bridgette-midget
ATTENTION EVERYONE IN THE LA AREA!!
My cousin, TALLON, was reported MISSING today. He is an AUTISTIC BLACK TEEN AND IS COMPLETEY NON-VERBAL. HE DOES NOT RESPOND TO HIS NAME. This young man went out for his daily bike ride, unattended, and did not come back. Tonight, HE IS IN LA BY HIMSELF. He is 6’0, 200lbs, and was last seen wearing a white t shirt and khaki shorts. PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST!!
Reblogged from senilesnake
ONE DIRECTION FANS, PLEASE REBLOG / SPREAD THE WORD!!!
Currently on YouTube.com, when you search for the word “One” (obviously, short for “One Direction”), the first result is NOT for any of One Directions music videos. Instead, the first result is for a different band called “Metallica,” and a song of theirs called “One.”
Somehow, this video has managed to reach over 70 million views (still not nearly as much as any of One Directions official videos), most likely from Directioners attempting to find videos of their favorite band. The video by Metallica features graphic imagery, and the song itself is incredibly loud / annoying.
It makes no sense for this video to show up first in the search results, when One Directions video has over 100 million more views than it!! I’m not sure whether this is a glitch on YouTubes part, or if these Metallica guys have paid off YouTube to show up first in the searches. What I do know is that Directioners shouldn’t have to put up with this, and must do what we can to make sure the search results are fixed!
If enough of us contact YouTube (using this page to contact them by e-mail or old mail), there’s a chance we can have the search results fixed so that people don’t watch the wrong videos.
Thank you for reading, and justice for all!
"But don’t burn out / Even if you scream and shout / It will come back to you / And I’ll be here for you" — “Through the Dark.”
The reason why this is the top result on Youtube is because the song resonates with a lot of injured combat veterans who are returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. This video is justified in using graphic imagery, as the song involves an injured World War One veteran who lost the use of his arms, legs, eyesight, hearing and speech. The war has literally seperated him from his humanity. And as for Metallica paying off YouTube for keeping their song up there, this isn’t even their channel. Stop whining.
One direction suck anyway
Also Metallica existed first and probably have a bigger fanbase