It's always amazing to see how much people can get riled up over Naruto's love life. Indeed, Naruto's love life is the subject of many debates and flame wars in the internet. Either way, we can't deny the fact that the whole 'romance' aspect of the anime makes it more interesting. And, since Naruto's the main character he has to end up with someone, right? There are two girls in the series who posses the possibility of ending up with Naruto. Unless, the author Kishimoto throws in a new female character onto the mix. Haruno Sakura Sakura is and has always been Naruto's crush, even from the beginning of the series. Although she is Naruto's teammate but she wasn't not necessarily his friend at the beginning of team Kakashi.
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"When a dog bites a man, it's no news, but when a man bites a dog its news." In Bollywood, whosoever bites is breaking news. Be it Rakhi Sawant's tantrums on Valentines Day or April fools day, a tattoo on either Amrita Arora's butt or Saif Ali Khan's hand, Mallika Sherawat's short, revealing dresses or Aishwarya Jodha Rai's royal jewelry, news channels and page 3 sections of newspapers have devoted majority of there manpower, time and space to Bollywood gossips. I have grown up reading Hindi newspapers like Amar Ujala, Dainik Jagran and Rajasthan Patrika. There were days, when I used to fight for reading Sunday's colored edition of these regional newspapers.
Have you seen the movie I am Legend which stars Will Smith? How many of you were satisfied with how it ended? Well.... Definitely, after watching one man living alone with his dog and witnessing how he lived his daily life, the ending was quite anti-climactic and highly melodramatic as far as I am concerned. Now there is a problem with this kind of ending. It assumes that the human-turned-monster has gotten in touch with its human side again and was able to identify his female monster partner and feel emotions upon seeing the female monster. If they wanted this kind of ending then the humanness of the monsters should have been progressively developed in the movie.
As I sit watching Kerrang's "Top 100 Air Guitar Songs" something miraculous has happened. I've seen the future. And it's recursive. Almost every program on TV seems to be a "Top 50" or "Top 100". This is genius on the part of the shadowy people who choose what gets put out on TV... .. not only is it cheap (no expensive new content to produce), but it forces us feeble-minded TV users to keep watching... after all, once you've started, you've gotta keep watching to find out what's number one right? Yes, you have. Because not knowing will, for no sane reason, bug you for the rest of your life. But how does all this relate to the future? Well - it's simple.
With things being the way things are... (Cheaper, Faster, Smaller) it is becoming exceedingly effortless to produce high quality back-up copies of your DVD movies. With just a few simple clicks of the mouse, most software programs will have your back-up DVD completed in 20 to 40 minutes. However, when shopping for DVD copy software, there are several things to keep in mind... There are plenty of software programs out on the market that claim to do the job, but all are not created equal. First off, the DVD copy program needs to be uncomplicated and straightforward with its interface. You don't want to end up with a software program that just sits on the shelf because it is too difficult to use.
Recently i went out on a shopping spree and was actually amazed by the sheer variety of plasma television sets on display at the various electronic shops lining up the street. The manufacturers of these sets are also as many. Back in the nineteen sixties, we were only used to brand names like Sony just to mention one. Today, we have seen the proliferation of hundreds of brand names and imitations from Asia and sometimes even Europe. These companies are using state of the art technologies to produce artistic looking designs which are interesting to behold. The Plasma television is slowly becoming the natural choice of would be buyers. Their presentation is crystal clear, their sound is unmatched and their shape is appealing to the eye.
When Betty Boop came to life in the Fleischers' "Dizzy Dishes", she pretty much resembled a French poodle, with floppy ears and a black puppy nose. At first, she was intended to be a merely supporting character and a girlfriend of the studio star Bimbo. In a while, though, she eclipsed his popularity and gained the central role in the cartoons. She also transformed from a dog-like creature into a human, with hoop earrings instead of the puppy ears. In 1932 the Talkartoons series were renamed into the Betty Boop cartoons, and the girl remained the star of the animated screen for a few more years. Betty's character was modeled after Helen Kane, the famous singer of the 1920s and inventor of the "boop-oop-a-doop" trade mark.
Can TV rescue us? Or is it TV from which we must be rescued? Will TV end up being the most powerful educational tool ever invented? Or will TV finally plunge us all into a permanent stupor? Is TV the benevolent agent of all that is good, a magic well of entertainment, a cornucopia of culture? Or is TV the the evil agent of all that is bad, a purveyor of trash, a corrupter, a thief of time? Well... yes and no. The fact is, TV is a little bit of everything: Dream merchant, mentor, windbag, bore, enchantress, confidante, storyteller, hypnotist, braggart, buffoon, flatterer, sage. TV is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. TV is the barking dog outside your window at night.
There is a growing trend in big budget cinema for the special effects to be the star of the show instead of a strong story or a compelling script. Granted, many people are content to inhale this form of visual popcorn in massive quantities, but the films that are stuffed with pixellated chaos don't always measure up in terms of being a coherent piece of drama. Isn't it time movie makers took a look at the classics of their respective genres and took a few lessons? Yes, we are now capable of showing literally anything on screen, no matter how outlandish the imaginations of writers and directors, but there is the danger of it becoming the main attraction of the films instead of being moved, thrilled, entertained or otherwise stimulated by celluloid.