By Kouta Hirano, creator of Hellsing
I am pleased as fuck
When Lilo graduated from High School, Grand Councilwoman immediately calls her and tells her that she is really interested for her to become a future Captain of the Galactic Armada, but for her to do that she will first have to attend G.A.C.C. (Galactic Alliance Community College). Lilo is happy for the offer, but says that she will only accept if Stitch could go with her.
With the Councilwoman’s approval, both friends waste no time to pack their bags, excited of what their future awaits.
I would watch this so hard
Lilo and Stitch is my favourite Disney film of all times, and I’d definitely watch this.
GIVE IT TO ME
I’d watch it.
They are trying to censor history classes in the school district I just graduated from. This is very sickening to me you can read about it here!
Also, there is a petition against this! Please please sign it! This has already happened to one school district here in CO please…
"She said she’s not trying to eliminate the facts of U.S. history but shares the concerns conservatives nationally have outlined – that AP History casts some parts of history in a negative light, such as the bombing of Hiroshima and slavery."
That’s… probably because those were, in-fact, bad things. How do you cast the fucking nuking of a city in a positive light? “And thus, we dropped the bombs and wiped those filthy enemies of freedom right off the map!” Seriously. Without using things to rashly call the Japanese anything bad or racist, how would you do this? I am actually curious. And slavery? Don’t even get me started on how you cannot cast that in a positive light.
And surprisingly this was in Colorado, not Texas.
Right? Weird and disturbing.
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Luigi’s Day Out has 1 million views. To celebrate, lets all WATCH IT AGAIN!
Kids these days have no idea how much better their favorite show was a few years before they started watching it.
Faz & Friends
And then things went horribly, horribly wrong.