generalyung:

Someone on Twitter is trying to rename all the episodes of Breaking Bad with Shonen Jump anime-style titles, and the results so far are glorious.

no1twerkslikegaston:

jonasbrothers:

my new favorite movie 

i know what i’m doing tonight 

my-awful-blog replied to your post:marimojinguuji, I remembered a while back you said… Get soopahkimxd

on it

marimojinguuji, I remembered a while back you said it’d be okay to use your vocals as the instrumental, so I added that to the Muv Luv sings I’m making. I can remove it if you want, though.

Anyways, with Marimo in it, that means so far it’s kyoniichan, marimojinguuji, and siegneozeon in it.

pls sign up, send me vocaroos of you singing and spam my-awful-blog to sing.

we’re doing asu e no houkou

newcomers welcome

siegneozeon said: This is something that always bothered me as well, especially since the big question is what happens to Okabe in the original world line? Does he just disappear from the world?

committee-of-300:

kyoniichan:

committee-of-300:

kyoniichan:

committee-of-300:

kyoniichan:

I assume that his body would continue to exist there.

Iunno, I didn’t really like the thought of that Okabe dying while another worldline Okabe basically just gets the memories of the dead Okabe, so I just prefer this rewriting one worldline version.

It was said in the visual novel that world line are NOT parallel worlds. There are infinite world lines, but only one is active at any time, and the rest exist in a state of possibility only. There is only one universe, one Okabe, etc.

I haven’t read the VN in a while, but I mean, even if that’s stated, it’s the kind of thing that can never really be proven for certain, can it? Like,
aideen
helped refresh my memory a bit by mentioning the whole “the worldlines jumping thing” is only a hypothetical, but wouldn’t we really need a Word of God type thing to put the issue to rest? Otherwise, it’s just Suzuha explaining through a way we don’t understand or Okabe coming to that conclusion etc.,

There is something though: Reading Steiner. This is especially true in the side characters remembering things. As the end of the VN says, they’re remembering what they’ve forgotten, not doing something crazy like connecting with a parallel self.

Is it just a narrator who says that, Okabe’s understanding from it, or someone else? It’s been a long time since I read the VN. But, I mean, why can’t Reading Steiner act like connecting with a parallel self? I personally disagree with the idea, but I don’t see what necessarily disproves it unless, again, it’s flat-out stated in a Word of God type fashion and I’m just blanking on it.

It’s from Okabe’s inner thoughts, but it’s made out to be a big revelation and there’s nothing that goes against it so it really seems that it should be taken as the truth.

With a concept that we can never really know the truth about, I don’t really feel like we should necessarily take it as the truth. I don’t know, I think it’s more fun to come up with our own interpretations of how things work in the SciAdv universe until it’s flat out told to us in a Word of God manner. I mean, it’s fun to see Okabe’s interpretation of how things work and since we see Kurisu do some timeleaping of her own in the movie, it’d be fun to maybe see how she interpreted things.

reminder that I’m still doing that group project where we sing asu e no houkou

so far it’s literally just me and siegneozeon, it doesn’t matter if you can’t sing well, just record on vocaroo or something and send me the link pls

siegneozeon said: This is something that always bothered me as well, especially since the big question is what happens to Okabe in the original world line? Does he just disappear from the world?

committee-of-300:

kyoniichan:

committee-of-300:

kyoniichan:

I assume that his body would continue to exist there.

Iunno, I didn’t really like the thought of that Okabe dying while another worldline Okabe basically just gets the memories of the dead Okabe, so I just prefer this rewriting one worldline version.

It was said in the visual novel that world line are NOT parallel worlds. There are infinite world lines, but only one is active at any time, and the rest exist in a state of possibility only. There is only one universe, one Okabe, etc.

I haven’t read the VN in a while, but I mean, even if that’s stated, it’s the kind of thing that can never really be proven for certain, can it? Like,
aideen
helped refresh my memory a bit by mentioning the whole “the worldlines jumping thing” is only a hypothetical, but wouldn’t we really need a Word of God type thing to put the issue to rest? Otherwise, it’s just Suzuha explaining through a way we don’t understand or Okabe coming to that conclusion etc.,

There is something though: Reading Steiner. This is especially true in the side characters remembering things. As the end of the VN says, they’re remembering what they’ve forgotten, not doing something crazy like connecting with a parallel self.

Is it just a narrator who says that, Okabe’s understanding from it, or someone else? It’s been a long time since I read the VN. But, I mean, why can’t Reading Steiner act like connecting with a parallel self? I personally disagree with the idea, but I don’t see what necessarily disproves it unless, again, it’s flat-out stated in a Word of God type fashion and I’m just blanking on it.

siegneozeon said: This is something that always bothered me as well, especially since the big question is what happens to Okabe in the original world line? Does he just disappear from the world?

committee-of-300:

kyoniichan:

I assume that his body would continue to exist there.

Iunno, I didn’t really like the thought of that Okabe dying while another worldline Okabe basically just gets the memories of the dead Okabe, so I just prefer this rewriting one worldline version.

It was said in the visual novel that world line are NOT parallel worlds. There are infinite world lines, but only one is active at any time, and the rest exist in a state of possibility only. There is only one universe, one Okabe, etc.

I haven’t read the VN in a while, but I mean, even if that’s stated, it’s the kind of thing that can never really be proven for certain, can it? Like, aideen helped refresh my memory a bit by mentioning the whole “the worldlines jumping thing” is only a hypothetical, but wouldn’t we really need a Word of God type thing to put the issue to rest? Otherwise, it’s just Suzuha explaining through a way we don’t understand or Okabe coming to that conclusion etc.,

uselesscookies
Why have you poked me on facebook I do not understand

siegneozeon said: This is something that always bothered me as well, especially since the big question is what happens to Okabe in the original world line? Does he just disappear from the world?

I assume that his body would continue to exist there.

Iunno, I didn’t really like the thought of that Okabe dying while another worldline Okabe basically just gets the memories of the dead Okabe, so I just prefer this rewriting one worldline version.

Maybe kinda silly wish-fulfillment-y Steins;Gate headcanon below the cut, Steins;Gate spoilers are discussed freely underneath the cut

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Oh no.

Making an early cameo appearance in my life before introducing himself l proper, of course! Really, though, this was like, June 6th!

Random Kyon storytime
So like, last year, my ex and I were hanging out together and I want to say she wrapped her arm around mine but she didn’t
Anyways
Was end of the school year type stuff, some guy comes up to us and is like, “Congratulations!” He hugs me and stuff and then I say to my ex, “So, uh, I guess that’s your older brother?”
“…no. You mean you don’t know him?”
“…no.”
And then we had a laugh.
To this day, I still don’t know who the hell that guy was.

talesof4chan:

/v/irgin meets a guy with high a powerlevel
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