Every since i was a kid, people who have known me would sing a song titled after my name. Normally it would be the one in west side story ( if i never hear that song again it will be too soon), and lately it’s been the Carlos Santana ( that was a little better, but eh). I never really cared for it, being in public and having people break out into song. I just never did anything for me, if anything it just made me uncomfortable of my song, and how it would be associated with me. That being said I think this is one of the few songs that I might be able to stand, it just gives me a good feeling and that makes me happy.
Sería inaccesible el que alguien te mate, si cada bala costara lo que cuesta un yate tendrías que ahorrar todo tu salario, Para ser un mercenario habría que ser millonario. Pero no es así, se mata por montones.
Las balas son igual de baratas que los condones, hay poca educación hay muchos cartuchos. Cuando se lee poco se dispara mucho; hay quienes asesinan y no dan la cara, el rico da la orden y el pobre la dispara
No se necesitan balas para probar un punto, es lógico, no se puede hablar con un difunto. El dialogo destruye cualquier situación macabra antes de usar balas disparo con palabras…
how-much-farther-to-go asked:Do you feel that there is racism in the ASOIAF books' representation of its PoC other than the general lack of them? (It seems like very many live in its WORLD but don't proportionally participate in the story). Which brings up another question I have: Have you ever written a post concerning the extent to which individual authors have a responsibility to represent PoC? If you have, I would very much be interested in reading it.
If you want to talk about “responsibility” on the part of individual authors, you can...