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  2. yatchu:

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  6. Tanaka Atsuko succinctly summarises the major’s attitude in life.
Also, Atsuko-san is pretty but I wonder if the translator captured her true eloquence.

    Tanaka Atsuko succinctly summarises the major’s attitude in life.

    Also, Atsuko-san is pretty but I wonder if the translator captured her true eloquence.

     
     
  7. Thanks for following :)
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    Thank you for creating a fuck yeah account for the Major! ;)

     
     
  8. "Undue concern for women is what leads to contempt for them."
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    Prime Minister Kayabuki, Ghost in the Shell

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  9. This quote I love to death.

    This quote I love to death.

     
     
  10. Ghost in the Shell or Ghost in the Shell 2.0?

    Ghost in the Shell or Ghost in the Shell 2.0?

     
     
  11. "Nonconformity - right. I can’t remember the last time saw a twenty-something kid with a tattoo of an Asian letter on his wrist. You are one wicked free thinker! You want to be a rebel? Stop being cool. Wear a pocket protector like he does, and get a hair cut like the Asian kids that don’t leave the library for twenty hour stretches. They’re the ones who don’t care what you think."
    —  Gregory House, House M.D
     
     
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  13. "The assassination plan he came up with is pure fantasy. Don’t worry; he’s just one of the countless number of people who harbor faint hope and frustrations towards reality. He’ll never carry out his plan. He’s just a member of the proletariat who is pitifully unaware of reality."
    —  Kusanagi Motoko, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG
     
     
  14. "For the first time, I feel time like a heart beat. The seconds pumping in my breast like a reckoning. The numerous mysteries, that once seemed so distant and unreal, threatening clarity in the presence of a truth entertained not in youth, but only in its passage. I feel these words as if their meaning were weight lifted from me knowing that you will read them and share my burden as I have come to trust no other. That you should know my heart, look into it, finding there the memory and experience that belong to you, that are you, is a comfort to me now as I feel the tethers loose and the prospects darken for the continuance of a journey that began not so long ago. And which began again with a faith shaken and strengthened by your convictions. If not for which I might never have been so strong now as I cross to face you and look at you, incomplete, hoping that you will forgive me for not making the rest of the journey with you."
    — Dana Scully, Momento Mori