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Great show....even if a bit 'shallow' in the long run What's the show's pedigree? Season 3? Just a modern day Monkees, with an Rating Floki's Icelandic adventure has been both frustrating and fascinating Just once....ask a hard question Wish she could make the writers/editors 'strong' They forgot the walker disguise? When did this take place? The WD universe must be about a higher power View all posts >


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The crossed eyed look is a Japanese artistic think, which is supposed to convey determination and focus. It's used in lots of woodcut paintings. Doesn't exactly translate culturally. I'm 52, but have kept up with the scene....and in all honesty, most of them have fewer than 100 followers on Facebook, so many don't know them in general. But than, it's also why I do my show :) Hope you have a listen and enjoy! Let the artists know how you discovered them. The remake is a fantasy version of the original, with only the base ideas carried over. Yeah, the original can be confusing, but it's a great story, and a classic example of Japanese bushido spirit and ethics. I say read up on the original story below, maybe that will help spur your interest in forging ahead. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forty-seven_r%C5%8Dnin The keanu Reeves version is ok, but it's a very different idea all around. Lots of great new indie music, like Seaside, Seablite, Jeanines, Foliage, Grow Rich and a ton more! mixcloud.com/indieshop/ Women work in Giliad....slavery is still work. I think the closest relation we can make to Giliad is North Korea......Though there they seem to have local entertainment, and South Korean movies are smuggled in. But overall, hugely depressed population, were the elites and ruling class have all the power, all the luxuries, and all the resources. But in slavery, the salves were treated brutally, denied every human right, and those who escaped were often adults who could reason their situation. In the show were dealing with children who have been coddled for the most part, where the youngest ones may not recall their parents, and aren't old enough to reason. Power Rangers was the first thing that came to mind. Grunge was just big hair music under the veneer of punk. Most of those bands would have been heavy metal, had it still been popular. The show was a slow burn, where it was able to slowly work deep personal and political themes. This was just a cheap quickie with an ex, where you feel a bit guilty afterwards. View all replies >