Dear PETA, You are kidding me. You have got to be joking. Pokémon is animal abuse?
Okay, I see where you're coming from. I really do. Snatching little creatures from the wild and pitting them in fights against each other? But come on, people. Think about this. Pokémon, first and foremost, are Pokémon. Let me make that perfectly clear. POKÉMON. NOT ANIMALS. POKÉMON.
Hooray! Now to explore around Unova, film some movies, and fuck around till Gen VI, I suppose.
I'm really loving the movies. My Emolga and Shiny Gible in particular, are loved by the public. But as I make these movies, I noticed a few things. The films seem to run on Zen filmmaking; you're given an outline of the story and any resources you need, but generally you choose how the story plays out.Movies like Red Fog of Terror keep their alternate/foreign names in the background. La Nebbia Rossa is Red Fog's. This makes me think that a lot of these movies are actually
Yay, I have a Magnezone!! :D
Right now, I'm in Opelucid City and I want to challenge Drayden but I think I'll go train more since none of my team are at very high levels yet... (Samurott lv. 43, Magnezone lv. 41, Braviary lv. 39) but maybe I should just go for it... eh, I'll decide when I get back from school. I skipped more than half of the trainers on the way to Opelucid City because I had to sleep soon and battles take too long.
And Hugh is really creeping me out.
Quite often people say "How could people possibly have treated women/black people/insert minority group here in that way?" Whenever you say that, of course, the next question is "I wonder what people will look back at us and be disgusted by?"
People, I give you the answer.
"I may not be perfect but i m always me.."
This is a quote from a bot. Looks to me like they're evolving, developing feelings, emotions, philosophy. I don't know about you but, to me,