Thank you for the thought, but I know the link! It’s actually very nice of Adobe to release their CS3 stuff for free. ^_^ Except that I prefer a more recent version for my gifs and edits, though I’ll attempt to use it if I can’t access another one.
No, that’s fair enough. That was a very touchy subject with many people. Apparently it did help some, but others felt similar to you and were offended by it. But Gerard wasn’t knowingly out to hurt others, though, so he was accidentally being an asshole- not like Steven Juliano, who intentionally steals art and passes it off as his own, and then reports anyone who brings up the subject.
Oh, yeah! It used to be a big thing at the start of the year. There were names flying everywhere.
And I definitely agree- there are many people who are offended that Gerard would block those he finds offensive. Personally, I would be a way worse ‘celebrity’ and totally lash out at the fans who think they could walk over me and my family. Gerard handles it in a much better manner.
In other news, my laptop takes about 20 seconds to load a new tab. Everything just freezes completely. It sucks, but I do have an old laptop…
During the past few years, I’ve seen a lot of people complain about how MCR, and mainly Gerard, are terrible people and are ‘assholes’. They are fucking angels compared to my third favourite band’s vocalist. He’s an arrogant dick who steals art from others and passes them off as his own work, going so far as to use the art for his new band’s album cover. And he simply blocks and reports anyone who even brings up questions about his ‘inspiration’ or the origins of the work. Gerard may have his flaws, but he’s nowhere near as bad as Steven Juliano. I feel guilty for being a fan of his vocals, because he’s still undeniably talented at singing, damn it. Ugh.
Handing in my laptop next week, so I won’t be able to photoshop for quite a while. I’ll be getting a new laptop soon after, but I don’t know how I’m going to get photoshop this time ‘round.
She’s writing from the viewpoint of a teenage girl whose only life is in this crappy district where I doubt education is…
That’s a different way of looking at it. I see your point, though, as an author, she could have made it a more exciting read just by adding a few adjectives in the right places or utilise more active sentences.
It’s like the epitome of the ‘teenage fiction’ genre. I agree, but overall the story is freakin’ awesome. (In my opinion)
Yeah, I’m keeping that in mind. I remember my friend reading this and loving it years ago, when it was all the rage. Definitely sticking only for the storyline.
Don’t worry, I don’t like her writing style as well. Its alright but I’ve read better tbh
It’s just… lacking. I’m glad that the movies are adding another dimension to the original novels.
I’m not sure I’m a fan of Suzanne Collins’ way of writing. It appears slightly amateur to me, though that may be because I’ve already seen the movies, which have a different atmosphere to the text.
Either way, I’ll keep reading. I need to know what happens.
there are but I only found them in spanish. Did you find already a site to read it?
I think so. readfreeonline.net seems to be alright. Thank you for your effort, though. ^_^
Due to my ruralness, I’m looking for somewhere to read The Hunger Games online. I know it’s cheap of me, but why should I miss out just because of where I live? ;>_> I’ll buy it when I move to the city.
Not yet, but I’ve been thinking about it. I’d either have to make a giant post, or make it into a series of several posts. It’s because there are so many ways to quickly check that I don’t think it can all be compiled on to one post, but people are less likely to read through several posts worth of things so… Conflicted.