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Yo hohoho, yo hohoho! Yo hohoho, yo hohoho
Yo hohoho, yo hohoho! Yo hohoho, yo hohoho

Gather up all of the crew, it's time to ship out Binks' brew
Sea wind blows to where, who knows? The waves will be our guide
O'er across the ocean's tide, rays of sunshine far and wide
Birds they sing of cheerful things, in circles passing by
Bid farewell to weaver's town, say so long to port renowned
Sing a song, it won't be long, before we're casting off
Cross the gold and silver seas, a salty spray puts us at ease
Day and night, to our delight, the voyage never ends.

Gather up all of the crew, it's time to ship out Binks' brew
Pirates we, eternally, are challenging the sea
With the waves to rest our heads, ship beneath us as our beds,
Hoisted high upon the mast, our Jolly Roger flies
Somewhere in the endless sky, stormy winds are blowing by
Waves are dancing, evening comes, it's time to sound the drums
But steady men and never fear, tomorrow's skies are always clear
So pound your feet and clap your hands till sunny days return

Yo hohoho, yo hohoho! Yo hohoho, yo hohoho
Yo hohoho, yo hohoho! Yo hohoho, yo hohoho

Gather up all of the crew, it's time to ship out Binks' brew
Wave goodbye but don't you cry, our memories remain
Our days are but a passing dream, everlasting though they seem
Beneath the moon we'll meet again, the wind's our lullabye
Gather up all of the crew, it's time to ship out Binks' brew
Sing a song and play along, for all the oceans wide
After all is said and done, you'll end up a skeleton
So spread your tale from dawn till dusk upon these foamy seas!

Yo hohoho, yo hohoho! Yo hohoho, yo hohoho
Yo hohoho, yo hohoho! Yo hohoho, yo hohoho

It was a beach like any other. It was a simple, white-sand beach, with the sound of the waves washing over everything, and the smell of salt on the breeze. What made this beach unusual was that there was no sign of any other living thing outside the water, save one lone man. He stood alone, gazing out to sea, unmoving, as still as a statue. This beach was unknown to all but him, but there was only one he could ever think of sharing its secret with. The only problem was, he didn’t even know if she was real.

It had happened again, for the third time this week. My peaceful dreams had been interrupted by a vision of that woman; the same woman that had been haunting my unconscious mind for so long now that-these days-it came to me while awake. The woman in the vision is what I envision to be the very picture of beauty. The woman has long, flowing black hair, softer than the finest silk, and flashes blue in direct light. Her skin is a pale pink shade, bordering on white. She has mahogany-brown eyes that are as warm as melted chocolate. Her lips are full and red, and beg me to kiss them, as I had often done in these visions. She had a perfect, graceful figure. It was the kind of shape that any woman would do anything to have. She was shorter than I was, and a little on the petite side, but in my eyes, that only made her all the more perfect. It made her seem fragile, like she would shatter at the slightest touch. I could sense, though, that when she was angered, she would prove to have a fierce tongue, and have a very strong will. I never saw this though, because the only one she could ever get angry at was me, and she once told me, “I would never think of hurting you.” This woman was perfect in every way, but I didn’t know if she was real. She seemed to perfect to be real, but at the same time, too real to be a dream. Unfortunately, she never gave me her name in any of my visions. Every time I asked, she would just giggle, and say, “Ask me no questions and I’ll tell you no lies,” and she would give me a sly smile. This woman tormented me night and day. It was infuriating. And yet, even if I could get her out of my head, I’m not sure I would want to.
Okay, Avengers fans, listen up! If you all remember, Thor's hammer can only be lifted by someone who is worthy of its power. Thus, Thor himself couldn't lift it when he went to retrieve it in his first movie, since he wasn't worthy of it. However, once he became worthy of it, only he could lift it. In the first Avengers movie when Bruce changed into the Hulk, he had Mjolnir (Thor's hammer for those who don't remember) in his hand, but couldn't pick it up. It didn't even budge! However, if you look closely in Avengers: Age of Ultron, Tony Stark, Colonel Rhodes (War Machine), Bruce Banner, Hawkeye, and Captain America each tried to lift the hammer, but when Cap tried it, it actually moved a little. It was very slight, but it did budge! And of course, anyone who's seen the movie knows that the Vision was able to lift it without any problems.

Vision: It is terribly well-balanced.

Thor: Well, if it's too heavy on one end, you lose power in the swing.
Hey everybody! geno1312 here! I have just taken a quiz to see which member of the Straw Hat Pirates from One Piece I'm most like. After going through the questions, I saw the results and it turns out I would be...
BROOK! The singing, perverted, gentleman skeleton musician of the crew. To all of the lovely ladies out there I have just one question to ask. May I please see your panties? YO-HOHOHOHOHO! I'm joking, of course. I actually think Brook is pretty funny and a great character, so the fact that I got him is pretty cool. I would have been fine if I got maybe Sanji or Usopp, but Brook beats both of them (no pun intended, don't get the joke, send me a note).
I am writing a review of the Nostalgia Critic’s review of Sailor Moon. It starts off with him hearing the formula for Sailor Moon as made by the mad scientist Dr. Hack. Of course, there are quite a few problems with the Nostalgia Critic’s take on it. To be honest, I have actually watched Sailor Moon. Before I go any further, let me say this: I hated the dub the instant I listened to it. I had already heard that the dub was bad, but as soon as I heard Luna speaking in a voice reminiscent of a British nanny, I hated it. I tried a second time, and a third time, but failed within a second. In my opinion, subtitles all the way for Sailor Moon. Nostalgia Critic was completely wrong about the original name of the show. The full original name of it is Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon. Also, the show was made pretty differently in Japan than it was here. For one thing, the company that licensed Sailor Moon, DIC Entertainment, skipped several episodes and seemed to follow more along the lines of the manga, introducing characters such as Ami Mizuno a.k.a Sailor Mercury earlier on. My main issue with his opinion of this show is that he is not looking at both sides of it. These days, anime that has been licensed in America has no changes at all. The only differences are usually how the characters names are pronounced. Because of the unfamiliar pronunciation of the names of the characters, and since the show was mostly aimed towards younger kids and preteens, the names were either shortened, changed so that they were closer to English names, or just thrown out the window having the name changed to something else entirely. Here’s a list of names from the original release of the show side by side with their changed names from America:
Usagi-Serena
Ami-Amy
Minako-Mina
Makoto-Lita
(Rei’s stayed the same because it was the easiest to say)
Mamoru-Darien
Motoki-Andrew
I don’t think I need to add more names, you get the idea. There is also the matter of his issues with the age of the main characters as they transform. He needs to keep in mind that the Japanese made this and therefore don’t see this the way that American’s do, and that it was made in the 90’s when this kind of thing was more common, and also that they do get older as the show progresses until they reach sixteen. While I admit he does have some good points about the show, for instance the lengthy time it takes for them all to transform, but let’s be honest here, does anyone really care!? I have seen this exact thing many times, and it has never been a problem for me. Hell, sometimes while they’re transforming, they show something happening in between, for instance, another transformation taking place a little afterwards, or in the case of episodes thirteen and thirty-five, someone observing this transformation and discovering their identities. When he brings up his issue with her transforming pen and how she only uses it to disguise herself, THAT’S ALL IT CAN BE USED FOR! If you read the manga closely enough, you will see that that is all it can be used for, so it can be safely assumed that she can only change into a form that still makes her look human. I don’t really need to go into his other issues since it’s pretty much repeated stuff. If you want to watch the review yourself, don’t take his word for it. Never listen to a critic about anything unless of course your friends say it is complete trash, but even then if only about half of everyone you know or have heard of say that it is bad or good, you should at least look it up, and if it sounds interesting, give it a try, and if it sounds boring, give it a try. In the case of anime, if it sounds bad and is based off of a manga, read the manga first and then see if you are brave enough to try the anime just to compare, you’ll be happy you did for one reason or another. If it was bad, at least you know to avoid it in future, if it’s good, then that is just one more thing to keep yourself occupied with, something more to enjoy from life.
Review of a Critic: Nostalgia Critic-Sailor Moon
This is just my opinion of Nostalgia Critic's review of Sailor Moon: www.youtube.com/watch?v=mziTsg… I personally did not like it, but of course I may be a bit biased since I myself am a Sailor Moon fan. NO SHAME! NO REGRETS! Anyway, if you yourself are a fan of the Nostalgia Critic, here's all I have to say: I'm sorry, but my opinion stands firm. Go see Sailor Moon for yourself, but NOT IN ENGLISH DUB! The english dub is pure crap, the subs are way better, every time I watch the dub I want to kill myself! Comment please. No trolls.
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Okay, Avengers fans, listen up! If you all remember, Thor's hammer can only be lifted by someone who is worthy of its power. Thus, Thor himself couldn't lift it when he went to retrieve it in his first movie, since he wasn't worthy of it. However, once he became worthy of it, only he could lift it. In the first Avengers movie when Bruce changed into the Hulk, he had Mjolnir (Thor's hammer for those who don't remember) in his hand, but couldn't pick it up. It didn't even budge! However, if you look closely in Avengers: Age of Ultron, Tony Stark, Colonel Rhodes (War Machine), Bruce Banner, Hawkeye, and Captain America each tried to lift the hammer, but when Cap tried it, it actually moved a little. It was very slight, but it did budge! And of course, anyone who's seen the movie knows that the Vision was able to lift it without any problems.

Vision: It is terribly well-balanced.

Thor: Well, if it's too heavy on one end, you lose power in the swing.

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Barricade379 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2015
You're a Twilight hater?
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geno1312 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2015
Yes
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Barricade379 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2015
Same here:D
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manymasksmanyfaces Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
thanks for the watch!
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manymasksmanyfaces Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Happy birthday!
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64SuperNintendo Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Happy birthday!
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WolfsbaneWolfen Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Hey I read your prologue not half bad. I too actually have a story I made on DA. It's still not finished yet I'd say maybe 3 more chapters left. Not to be a critic or anything but you can feel free to look at mine to give you pointers. I'm not saying your bad at it I thought I could help. Between you and me I don't have any feedback on my work which may take a hell of a long time. Bro Hug  
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geno1312 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013
Read the other two chapters, they're in my gallery
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WolfsbaneWolfen Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
When I get a chance I'll have a look.
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geno1312 Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012
Sorry about the silence. I've been busy with school and homework and other things
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