Arashi will live forever in my heart


Part of me didn't want to see it, maybe if I don't hear them say it I don't have to believe it. Since 2006 these boys, now men have been making me happy, as simple as that, making me happy. It breaks my heart to not have them in my life after 2020, but I want them to be happy too, and if taking a hiatus is what makes them happy then I am all for it. I know that in this day and age hiatus means retire but I'm now very glad that I made the decision to try and make complete video libraries of my boys. I will have these videos for all the times that I need a little happiness in my life. 

I look forward to as many more happy memories in the next two years. I love Arashi, and I will always love Arashi!!


Foiling Vance

So hope the very nice people here can help me out with some recs...

After reading chtimi252's request it made me want to read any stories that have Vance trying to foil Tony's career and it being foiled, either by Morrow, SecNav or even Gibbs.  I always felt it was unfair of Vance when he first came in without even knowing the man, and without even reading his entire file to treat Tony like he a:  wasn't any good at his job, and b:  wasn't a smart person.

Thank you.


P.S. Why was the first box I brought up entirely written in Russian in the new editor?  Had to refresh to get English and the word hours in the draft notice was still (and still is) written in Russian, so I switched back to old editor, plus I couldn't find the post button only draft buttons.  Weird.

Answer for question 4432.

Do you generally hold grudges? Can you think of a time where it was (or still is) difficult to forgive someone? What was the situation?
Not really, I'm more of the blow up, be mad for 10 minutes, then cry and it's over.

As for ex's. My ex married the woman he cheated on me with. I wasn't happen with either one of them. And when they were first together it was a lot of drugs and alcohol so I didn't let my son visit at their house. His had supervised visits at his parents house. BUT a few years later she was diagnosed with cancer and changed her life for the better and one of those things was my son. She really became a good step-mother to him. She was hospitalized one year and my son was making one of those personalized cards from a vending machine. When it came to putting her name he stopped and kept looking at the video keyboard. I ask him if he wanted to put "mom" and he nodded and he did. After that we started talking when she came to his parents, (did I mention I was with the boy next door, literally, his parents lived next door to us) and we became friends. He was still doing the drugs and alcohol but she really changed. She wrote me a letter once telling me that to change her life-style she had to stop seeing her druggie friends and didn't have any friends left, and would I be her friend. I said yes, but we could never talk about her husband, lol

She passed away a few years ago and I sit here crying just thinking about her. My son loved her and that's all that mattered to me.

But to this day I still don't talk to my ex, he's still a druggie and I don't need that, so maybe I do hold a gudge, lol



See this is why I stick to Arashi fandom.  I heard a song by a british band that I've basically been ignoring for 4yrs and I like this song, I find a few more songs I like and I go to Youtube and start watching interviews.  They remind me very much of Arashi, the dorkiness, goofyness, the fun and laughter.  So I I've never had a problem ording things in the Arashi fandom so I though...go for it.

I pre-ordered their new was to arrive the Friday before November 17.  I'm still waiting, they said they sent it on November 21, it's now Dec 2 and I have no album.

I'm sticking with the Arashi fandom...

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Korean Drama Faith

I really looked forward to this drama...and I'm enjoying 80% of it.  

I love watching Lee Min Ho in everything he does, I love the supernatural/fantasy aspects of the show, I even enjoy the banter between the bad guy and everyone he talks to, lol  I love his warrior soldiers, I love the love story developing between the secondary characters (won't mention them because of spoilers.  Hell, the Kings' Aide doesn't even annoy me that much...wait yeah he does, lol  

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Can I just say at this point in the drama that the main female character Dr. Yoo Eun-Soo (I am NOT taking about the actress, just the character) is the dumbest, cruelest, most self-centered, most idiotic female lead I've seen in a long time, Korean, Japanese, or Chinese drama included.  I'm shocked at her very less than Dr attitude.  And I understand that the vase thingie was meant to be funny but it just made me see her as greedy.  (I mean come on she brings it back they test it and find out its 2yrs old, give me a break.)  I keep expecting her to ACT like a doctor but she doesn't.  (i.e person faints, gets stabbed, the doctor usually goes right into doctor mode, not her she just stands there and mouths off about how this is effecting her, hey your a freaking doctor, at least throw something on it to stop the blood.

And can I say stupid...very stupid.  General Choi Young deserves someone so much smarter.  Again, this is just my opinion and I'm venting.  I hope she finds a brain somewhere along the way.

Saseang Fans

If I hear one more person say Saseang fans are a result of Cultural differences I think I will scream.

Cultural differences...I'd say.  When was the last time hundreds of fans followed another countries star/idol in a taxi for two days?  When did Justin Bieber fans put up camera's in his home? When was the last time Jamaican fans broke into Rhianna's
 home and took pictures of her sleeping?  When was the last time Adelle's fans lined up by the hundreds to watch her eat in a restaurant?  When was the last time Helene Segara fans wrote a letter to her in period blood?  Hey, when was the last time you spent your life savings on following John Mayer?

If this is a cultural difference, then there is something seriously going wrong in your Cultural.  You don't have one or two lone people stalking these idols like other countries do,  you have hundred's maybe even thousands. Where are these so called "immature fans" (the laws name for them) getting this money to pay for all this?  Where are their families?  Sasaeng fans are out of control in Korea and I've yet to see any law enforcement agencies actually taking any of them seriously. 

Then you have the flip side, sasaeng  fans grabbing idols genitals, breaking into their homes, watching them sleep, and the idol's instant reaction is to defend themselves and suddenly they are the worst human beings in the world.  So-called true fans will take to every fan board to let the world know how despicable they find their idols.  Hey somebody grabs my genitals I'm hauling off and smacking them too.  Why not, you would do the same thing, but this idol who for some reason Asian fans hold above human law, no they are not allowed to.  They have to be better than human, they have to be IDOL's.  Which hey, this doesn't make sense to me.

I think some of these sasaeng fans should have to do some time in jail plus pay large fines for what they are doing.  This "but they are just immature fans" is wrong, you don't break into someone's home due to immaturity, you break into someones home due to stupidity and no education or morals.   I also think some of these management companies should start prosecuting these fans.  If they break the law the Company of said idol should do everything in their power to keep their idols safe.  Are they always going to put the pocketbooks of the fans before their idols?  It's going to happen sooner of later, one day, the true fans are going to pick up the paper or listen to the news to hear that your favorite idol is dead, dead at the hands of a sasaeng fan.  Isn't there anything that can stop this?