"Change" critics don't have a clue

Since Obama has taken office I have become sick. Sick of every ignorant motherfucker who feel the need to make some sort of play on Obama's campaign motto, "Change we can believe in," every time something arises to which they disagree with.

I can't seem to wrap my head around what these people represent. Are they Republicans who didn't pay attention to anything during the election other than party affiliation? Are they Democrats who spent the last few months in a magical fantasy land? Regardless of their affiliation they're apparently the most unqualified people to comment on the current political situation in the US.

Somewhere along the lines people must have gotten it into their head that Obama would force the government into a 180. That every element they disapproved of would suddenly be fixed overnight once Obama took office. Fools, the lot of you.

Who watches the Watchmen movie? I did.

A few thoughts on the Watchmen movie (having just seen it today):

- The movie basically got the main players right. My only issue with their depictions are the Ozymandias comes off as being much more villianous than he should be and Rorschach more heroic and noble, even despite the brutality displayed.

- On the same note, much like Ozy, the movie misses out on some of the ambiguity of the novel. Things which are supposed or thought are shown to be blatently true. It's sort of like any adaption of Lolita, because your narrator is unreliable, and for a large space of the comic, your narrator is a paranoid sociopath.

- There are little bits here and there that were fan favorites that were altered or weren't there, almost as if to show the fans it was different. It irritated the hell out of me, but I understood. At least Rorschach got that bit in about the Pagliacci joke.

Your Mom's Box

Opie and Anthony 'are no longer needed' at 92.3 K-ROCK in NYC as terrestrial radio drives another nail into its coffin. The station is making an insane format flip. From rock to "top 40" horse shit. 92.3 Now will feature over played drivel such as "Kanye West, Beyonce, Pink, Flo-Rida, Akon, Katy Perry and Justin Timberlake." You have to wonder what programming director would chose Katy Perry to be one of the "core artists" when she only has one popular album (featuring average reviews at best). Well that would be Dom Theodore who went on to prove he knows nothing about music,
For the first time in nearly 30 years, New York now has a choice for hit music," said Theodore.

New FMA Cast

New Cast of Fullmetal Alchemist

A while back, news broke that for the new FMA series, based closer to the original Hiromu Arakawa manga than the first television series, the Japanese voice actresses Romi Paku and Rie Kugimiya would be reprising their roles as Edward and Alphonse Elric, respectively. This was met with much celebration from fans of the first series, such as myself, as they were great in those roles. However, now there's confirmation that while some other voice talent are returning to their roles in the new series, others are not.

Here's some of the new cast (replacements noted with credits):


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