muttersprache

A twenty-something year old student studying BA Film & Television. I honestly can't really say what my interests are, since they vary from time to time, but the main three are music, film and philosophy.
momamiaaa:

Jellyfish Lake in Palau. Apparently the jellies have lost their ability to sting because of lack of predators in the lake and you can swim with them!
momamiaaa:

Jellyfish Lake in Palau. Apparently the jellies have lost their ability to sting because of lack of predators in the lake and you can swim with them!

momamiaaa:

Jellyfish Lake in Palau. Apparently the jellies have lost their ability to sting because of lack of predators in the lake and you can swim with them!

Haha, it all makes sense now.Haha, it all makes sense now.

Haha, it all makes sense now.

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baabaabelias:

muttersprache:

To be honest? I’d rather not see an actual sequel to Final Fantasy Tactics if Yasumi Matsuno isn’t in charge.

And considering the recent relations with him and Square Enix, I wouldn’t expect a reunion in a long time.

But hey, it can happen though. Matsuno did come back as a freelancer to help on the PSP remake of Tactics Ogre.

Hell, even a sequel to Vagrant Story would be pretty cool.

Nah son, prequel. Playing as Balbaneth and Orlandeau, and the three elder Templars. Getting to play through a game where you basically watch Vormav lose his shit and become the first Lucavi would be absolutely beast.

Oh yes, definitely. I forgot that the ending to FFT is like a closed book now. There’s only two ways I can think of the story going forward: the adventures of Ramza in another country, or a continuation of the story in Ivalice with another character.

A prequel would be very interesting with the story idea you have. Of course, I believe only Matsuno can do it justice.

To be honest? I’d rather not see an actual sequel to Final Fantasy Tactics if Yasumi Matsuno isn’t in charge.

And considering the recent relations with him and Square Enix, I wouldn’t expect a reunion in a long time.

But hey, it can happen though. Matsuno did come back as a freelancer to help on the PSP remake of Tactics Ogre.

Hell, even a sequel to Vagrant Story would be pretty cool.

I got a number of games to finish this summer:

  • Flower, Sun & Rain
  • killer7
  • No More Heroes(?)
  • Bravely Default
  • Kid Icarus: Uprising
  • Steamworld Dig
  • and I think there’s all the Guild.01 and 02 games as well

I feel like finishing Bravely Default. Maybe I’ve unfairly judged it because I really liked 4Hol, so I had too much hype for it.

This week, I listened to Slowdive waaaay too much.This week, I listened to Slowdive waaaay too much.

This week, I listened to Slowdive waaaay too much.

studionautilus:

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studionautilus:

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studionautilus:

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todayinhistory:

July 5th 1948: NHS launched

On this day in 1948, the National Health Service came into effect in the United Kingdom. Ideas for a nationalised health system had been around for decades before 1948, but it was not until then that they became a reality for British citizens. The Labour government of Clement Attlee, elected in 1945, were committed to the principles of the welfare state. They were greatly influenced by the 1942 Beveridge Report, which recommended social reform to tackle the five ‘Giant Evils’ of squalor, ignorance, want, idleness and disease. Thinkers around Britain thus came to see healthcare as a fundamental universal right, not a privilege held by a few. Working with these ideas, the government passed the National Health Service Act in 1946, which came into effect on July 5th 1948 and created the NHS in England and Wales (Scotland’s was created separately). The creation of the NHS led to universal health care in the United Kingdom, paid for through central taxation, ending the requirement that patients pay directly for their own healthcare. It radically restructured the British health care system, with the NHS taking control of the almost half a million hospital beds in England and Wales and placing almost all hospitals and staff under its jurisdiction. Despite ongoing debates over the efficiency, cost and structure of the NHS, it remains a central feature of the British welfare state. As seen with its celebration during the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony, the NHS is a point of national pride for Britain. Indeed, according to a recent study, thanks to the NHS Britain has the best healthcare system out of eleven of the world’s wealthiest nations, with the United States in last place.

66 years ago today