"I believe that energy is not created nor destroyed, so I believe there is a greater source or something out there that created all of this, this matrix." Glad to hear she "believes" in the first law of thermodynamics, but the next statement does not follow : |
This. Apparently half of which she considers 'Venus' part'. Not sure why Margaret posted about it on Tsuruko's page; I guess she's assuming that Venus donated to her and wanted to make a statement like: 'if she has money to donate to Tsuruko then why doesn't she help pay the storage fee'. Of course the obvious problems with this remain. As far as I know Venus hasn't contributed to any of the storage fees since she moved to Japan. There is no reason to believe that Venus has any problem with the storage stuff going to auction or getting tossed, meaning that the storage fees aren't her bills anymore since it's a service she isn't interested in. The question of why Venus isn't interested could be asked, of which there are many possible explanations. Margaret's 'position' that she continually mentions is that Venus wants to 'erase her past'. I think this is quite silly though, as a person's past isn't determined by photo albums, and usually very few people have access to such things anyways. Some will probably speculate that Venus doesn't want to remember her childhood, but I think the truth is a lot more mundane. She probably feels a bit melancholic about losing the family photo albums, but feels there's nothing she can realistically do about it. Since the storage is in Margaret's name, Margaret has control over the contents even if Venus were to pay all the bills in full, and she doesn't want to be at her mother's mercy over anything. One thing that bothers me personally on this is why were the photo albums left in these storages in the first place? If I, or my family were to move, they would certainly take the photo albums with. There is only like 4 big folders, and now that things are digital you could have a zilllion pictures on a usb stick. Venus was born in 1997, so it's not like there was long time to go before digital was quite common. It feels to me like each time they moved (and they moved so many times!), they moved in such a hurry as to hardly take anything with and I can't help but wonder what that means. If Margaret could explain that sufficiently, I think it would definitely help her 'cause'.
Watch the video instead of looking at the screenshot as it is a lot easier to see. I don't want to get into a big photographic analysis of Venus' crotch area, but basically the darkening pattern is exactly what you get when you fold clothing. It's way too uniform for a stain, and the wrong shape, because it's not a stain at all, just sharply folded inwards. The low resolution, bad colors and compression artifacts all contribute to the effect unfortunately. I'm sure some would mistake that for some kind of killer camel toe (it's not).
Wasn't a period or a vaj shot at all. Just the unfortunate way her undergarment bunched up made it look like something 'graphic'. I really think this is nonsense from the tumblr sjw crowd. Society hushes to a certain degree over anything that comes out of the body, but this is something quite different than shame and is not limited to periods.
Not that simple Mira. A. China may very well decide to protect the DPRK in the event of an armed conflict. B. If war does break out, a lot of people are going to die. Even if South Korean, Japanese, and American casualties are few or none, a large number of North Koreans will be killed, their only crime being born in the wrong country. There are plenty of people in the DPRK that don't care for their government but there's simply nothing they can do about it. C. There were plenty of opportunities in the last 15 years or so for fruitful negotiation that fell apart for petty reasons. D. The North Korean people suffer more from sanctions than the North Korean leadership. It's not simply something 'to be taken care of', or it would have been a long time ago.
I completely agree with what's in the quote box, the tweet not so much. No one can prevent NK from launching missiles short of preemptively attacking them and we're not going to do that. They know that the moment they hit someone with one of those missiles it's game over.
I live in the U.S., and one time I was in this grocery store and it was rather cold in there. The United States of America really likes things to be cold. However, on another occasion I was in a different store, and it was pretty warm in there. So I guess the U.S.A. also likes things to be warm. We are a country divided ;-( #MiraLogic