The cultures which inspired Avatar: The Last Airbender
- Air Nomads - The Monasteries of Tibet
- Water Tribe - The Inuit
- Earth Kingdom - Imperial China
- Fire Nation - Pre-Meiji Japan
that makes me so fucking sad you dont even know
I have been looking for this comparison picture for AGES! Thank you, internet.
The canvas is blank. Jane is blank.
Maybe I need to watch this show…
Making sense of a failed relationship, Comic Book Guy style.
Now Lisa’s the Ralph. This season of the Simpsons has been on point in a way they haven’t been in ages.
Everyone touched everyone’s butts…. and it was great.
Even though I’ve watched the whole series multiple times, I still love seeing stuff like this that I’ve forgotten. Best American cartoon of its generation.
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I Are Droid’s The Winter Ward
After all, that’s what music is supposed to do, right? Resonant with you, lyrically, sonically, or otherwise emotionally.
Even with no shortage of great music being made, if you get one album every 10 years or so that truly resonates to your core, you’re lucky. The kind of album that you hear, and it just connects.
I Are Droid’s The Winter Ward is just that. What is striking about this album, born out of Sweden’s stoner rock scene mixed heavily with a variety of Indie influences, is its emotional sincerity. In an age when most music, even music from those artists touted for being, in some fashion or another, full of more integrity than your average pop star (as if that’s some sort of accomplishment), singer, guitarist, and principle songwriter Peder Bergstrand illustrates what emotional conviction sounds like.
Weaving 80’s pop synth layers together with breath-taking vocal melodies, powerful drums, and guitars that draw as much from typical Indie styles as they do Rated R-era Queens of the Stone Age, I Are Droid’s The Winter Ward is a sum greater than its parts. The album’s ability to be simultaneously familiar and unique is both satisfying and challenging, and should be on everyone’s to listen list.
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