kyanited: (muffins)

An ad for Sarah Haskins Target Women.

Link Dump.

Jul. 2nd, 2008 01:37 pm
kyanited: (I love OG)
Some pictures of Mami, Tamo and Noru visiting "ALPHA" :P

Along with some dialogue transcripts that I'm too lazy to even try to figure out.

And, in case you've never seen it:

Mami and the longest (natural) hair I've seen on her so far.

Almost looks like in her teenage days. XD

kyanited: (Rika hat)
A wonderful Rika fanpage, with many, many illustrations (no photos), ochakai & iri/de reports (Japanese).
kyanited: (sena)
Anna's post made me look and try again to find video evidence, and this time I did find it!

5 women showing daily life in prison in an impressive flamenco performance.
No DVD available, as far as I know. :(

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One of the more detailed reviews of the Robertson Book.

Interesting: The title of the Japanese Translation is/was supposed to be "Dancing Imperialism"...
More pages I have to remember to visit. )
kyanited: (Big Baby)
Before I continue to be dead over all the little clips from Mami shinkos... XD ... another link dump:

Top: Siennes in the classroom
Below: Apparently the announced Osasa part in this year's TCA special has caused more speculation in other communities. XD Osa, Yuuhi and Asako (fltr) doing a scene of Dal Lake no Koi. XD Summary: "OIDE!!" *thwap* ~Turban - make sure it fits.~
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Well, for all those who have missed it:

Hiromi is in a boyband. YESS! English summary here.

This opening will be on *international* TV. Right? RIGHT?

<sigh>I can barely wait for my Hiromi shinies to arrive. NOIMNOTINLOVE.

Next. Update on the Kiss incident.

Mami, Rika, Ai no Sonata, hot kissing )

While obsessively thoroughly combing YJA, I came across this. There's no way around this, is there? No? Didn't think so, either.


Jul. 31st, 2007 04:17 pm
kyanited: (sae movie)
I'm sure some of you have read it, I'm also sure some haven't, and some most likely have seen the film.

Erica's review of the 1994 Takarazuka documentary Dream Girls

"Secondly, it's important to remember that Takarazuka was NOT designed to create strong, independent women - its was created to create "good wives, wise mothers." These women are not graduating to positions of financial and personal independence; they are expected to marry and subordinate themselves fully to their husbands-"

I'm quite happy times are a bit different now. *pets movie-star Saeko*

ETA: *also pets movie star Dan-chan*


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