I mean, look at this guy channel. It totally fucked up, but your rant is about weeaboos instead of pedophiles because he used the word “loli” in his video title. I can read Cyrillic so maybe that would answer the question, but what makes you think loli was short for lolicon instead of Lolita? I would think the latter makes more sense, since it a famous novel about a pedophile who falls in love with a 12 year old and lolicon to my knowledge specifically to illustrated stuff..
Edwards may have been hurt by Rep. Elijah E. Cummings’s public flirtations with entering the race. Earlier this year, Arno worked for former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, as the billionaire weighed a third party presidential bid. “We started going through all of the rules and setting up and budgeting, and doing those things you’ve got to do,” Arno said. “And we felt we were late in doing so.
“We like to think of our glasses as wearable works of art, and there is something to suit every face shape and skin tone,” saysTatsuya. “Those bold black Mad Men styles, for example, aresimply too overpowering for some.” None of the frames are flea market finds. “Making glasses is a beautiful craft andthe condition of every pair is crucial..
The media often does condemn an entire protest when things get physical, but more often than not, if the media wants to put a negative spin on a rally, they are going to do so one way or another, whether it be filming only the somewhat transient, degenerate looking attendees or photographing the trash left behind after an assembly of 10,000 in a public area. On the other hand, the Occupy Movement and your intended audience most likely isn’t the type to suit up with bandanas across their faces, spray cans in hand, and class war mentality on their minds. However, pacifist or not, police will use whatever methods seen fit to disperse an un welcomed crowd, which we will see in the future with the Occupy Wallstreet men and women now being vacated.
The first half of the program was less promising on paper and more engaging in practice. The evening’s conductor was James Judd, a Brit, who was efficient and brisk in a vivid reading of Gershwin’s “An American in Paris.” A new critical edition of the work came out in the fall the NSO has already performed it that restores Gershwin’s original orchestration, including the tuning of the four car horns that are among the piece’s signatures and that sounded here more disparate and random and street like than we are used to hearing them. It’s a leaner, brighter version, and it was a great fit for the energy and ardor of the young players, from a thicket of saxophonists to the really wonderful concertmaster, Paul Halberstadt..