Model: Ethereal Rose

Rifle: Daniel Defense LW 14.5” barrel, and a BattleComp 1.5. Lower receiver is a Primary Weapons Systems forged lower. Bolt Carrier Group is a Parallax Tactical


Rin with a Parallax Tactical 13.7” Barrel build and Claymore messenger bag inspired by the actual carrying bag used for Claymore antipersonnel mines and made with premium components

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Ethereal Rose

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Two girls, one cub

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Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.

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Back to School #30: My Tutor (dir by George Bowers)

Back to School #30: My Tutor (dir by George Bowers)


It’s the house.

I was recently trying to figure out what it was exactly that I enjoyed about the 1983 teen comedy My Tutor and I finally realized that it all came down to the house.  Like almost every other teen film released in the 1980s, My Tutoris about rich people.  The main character, recent high school graduate and frustrated virgin Bobby Chrystal (Matt Lattanzi), lives in an absolutely…

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Back to School #29: Private School (dir by Noel Black)

Back to School #29: Private School (dir by Noel Black)


In my previous two Back To School reviews, I took a look at two classic teen comedies.  Fast Times At Ridgemont High and Risky Businessboth used and manipulated the standard teen comedy trappings to tell unusually nuanced stories about growing up.  These are films that used the audience’s familiarity with the genre to tell stories that ultimately challenged the viewer’s preconceived notions and…

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Back to School #28: Risky Business (dir by Paul Brickman)

Back to School #28: Risky Business (dir by Paul Brickman)

Risky Business

“It was great the way her mind worked. No guilt, no doubts, no fear. None of my specialities. Just the shameless pursuit of immediate gratification. What a capitalist.” — Joel Goodson (Tom Cruise) in Risky Business (1983)

So, this is the film where Tom Cruise — playing a high school senior named Joel, who has been left at home on his own while his wealthy parents go on vacation — ends up dancing…

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Back to School #27: Fast Times At Ridgemont High (dir by Amy Heckerling)

Back to School #27: Fast Times At Ridgemont High (dir by Amy Heckerling)

Mike Damone

Mike Damone

Mike Damone, you little prick.

I’ve watched the 1982 high school dramedy Fast Times At Ridgemont Higha handful of times.  I’ve reached the point where, every time I watch it, I know exactly what’s going to happen.  I know when stoner Jeff Spicoli (Sean Penn) is going to order pizza.  I know that Charles Jefferson (Forest Whitaker) is going to go crazy during the big game against…

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Back To School #26: Class of 1984 (dir by Mark L. Lester)

"I am the future!" — Peter Stegman (Timothy Van Patten) in Class of 1984 (1982)


Character: Harime Nui

Anime/Manga: Kill la Kill

CN: Tomia

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Tomia’s blog

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Back to School #25: Rock: It’s Your Decision (dir by John Taylor)

Back to School #25: Rock: It’s Your Decision (dir by John Taylor)

Rock It's Your Decision

MUSIC!  Kids love it, parents hate it!  Or something like that.  I don’t know what that means.  I’m just trying to figure out a good way to introduce the obscure 1982 film, Rock: It’s Your Decision!

Rock: It’s Your Decisionis an hour-long film about a teenager named Jeff (played by Ty Taylor, who I assume is the son of the film’s director, John Taylor).  Jeff and his mom have been fighting about…

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