Tuesday, April 13, 2010


~What I've been wanting to try for daysss now~

Hai. WEABOO ni nattan desu. Kore wa INEVITABLE koto dato omoimasu. Saishou kara DOOMED datta na... Nanka, sumimasen ne~... Hontou ni PARDON ne...
Naa.. Kou mitai ni nihongo wo romanji de WRITEshimasu wa... UGLY desu ne.... -_-
THAT SAID, eigo ni REVERTshimasu........

I wonder how people can be serious and write that way... Seriously. lol.
While it may seem hard to believe, I meant no offense of any kind at all with my previous lines.


Sunday, March 21, 2010

dNeero AGAIN??

Oh, this time, it's about basketball!
To be honest, I prefer pro basketball over school basketball.
I guess that's kind of weird since supposedly students are supposed to get fired up and all over their own school competing and all, but.. *shrug*
Anyway, back to work!


Friday, March 19, 2010

dNeero again? Woah!

Yeah, it certainly has been a long time since the last dNeero convo thingy has been added to this dead shrine blog. Ahaha~
Apparently, dNeero has a new layout!
I like the idea of changing stuff from time to time, but I think the layout this time was a bit too much. The elements don't blend in very well and don't work together to form a seamless coordinated layout. YEAH WORDS. As if I really knew what I'm talking about.


Thursday, November 19, 2009

Better Vision, Better Life

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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

When random thoughts come to life...


Technically, though, it isn't exactly life, because, well, it's still merely a bunch of drawings put together. But, well, close enough~ After all, life is just a bunch of moments put together, right? :D Or wait. Do I just need to get a life or something? Well, moving on...

Remember the invisible monsters from Ga-Rei Zero?

Those are class ones though, the class B one looks like a bad CG of a large fire type pokemon and it ROLLS. Seriously. Anyway, so there were these invisible monster-like creatures in Ga-Rei who could only be seen by special people or by ordinary people wearing special equipment. However, the ordinary people who could only see them through the special equipment stuff can't really see them all that clearly. Yep, nothing beats natural vision, my friends.
Anyway, I recently (well... weeks ago...) caught up in watching Full Metal Alchemist and I met the real form of Envy-san.

I thought it was amazing! Not because it was amazing in itself, but because even before watching Ga-Rei, in one of my useless imagination moments, I was thinking of a similar concept for a story that will, of course, never materialize in this side of reality. I thought a pretty good villain would be a combination of the Ga-Rei pokemon, I mean, well, whatever they were, and Envy. These monsters would be invisible, but yes, they can be seen through special equipment, but they wouldn't be clear. But to those who can see them, they will be horrible and heart-wrenching at the same time because they will look somewhat like Envy, like a bunch of humans slapped together and they will, in fact be humans. The humans that the creature has consumed, or should I say, assimilated into its being.
Isn't it a cool enemy? It will look horrible, and repulsive, but at the same time, it will be made of humans, some of whom will still be alive, by the way, but will be in terrible suffering, and there will be no way to save them, so they will have to die with the enemy creature. It will make way for dilemmas and stuff like that. :D
And then here it is! Sure, these are two separate animes, but I guess it means there was some worth to my random thoughts. Heeheehee... I can actually think up stuff that may just sell to people. I'm pretty amazed.
Anyway, just another useless record of my thoughts slapped on this Lelouch Shrine Blog floating around aimlessly in the Internet, much like my soul in this world. Ah~ life~
Well, then, my blog, see you again when I see you!

Erm. Standard disclaimers apply. Etc...!


Sunday, August 30, 2009

dNeero N

I lost count. Oh, heavens, forgive me. Etc.

Anyway, this time it's about visual talking again. It's certainly something... unique. Well, it's one of those "things" so maybe it's time to sit back and watch just how far the images-words combo can fly in the sky of internet fame and fortune. :D

Well, that's all for now. Stay alive, my Lelouch Shrine blog. I shall come back into this world soon... maybe. o/


Friday, June 12, 2009

Nonexistent Warning: Asbestos is dangerous to your health.

Earlier in this century, Asbestos was widely used for various industrial purposes. Unbenknownst to the workers, this substance would one day lead them to their deaths. While many uses of asbestos has already been banned in many countries, the aftereffects of the usage of it in earlier years aren't completely gone.

Mesothelioma is a cancer most commonly diagnosed in people of have been exposed to asbestos earlier in their life, mostly due to their working circumstances. It targets the mesothelium, a membrane that covers and protects most of our internal organs. After this, it quickly spreads to the organs themselves, most commonly, the lungs and the liver. This cancer is very difficult to detect in its early stages and is only detected usually only when the cancer is already in a very serious stage. People who are diagnosed with Mesothelioma are usually told that they probably have only one more year to live.

There is also another disease caused by asbestos exposure called asbestosis. While this disease is not related to and will not lead to cancer, it is still a serious condition as it affects the lungs of the person.

Quite a number of families are affected emotionally because of a loved one being diagnosed with the abovementioned conditions. If not for their being exposed to asbestos, their lives may have been very different. They should therefore fight for what could have been and assert their rights as victims. For more information, please go to: Mesothelioma Lawyer.