Pinkie’s Vision on WandaVision

Hello my little lights! The upside of being sick a lot is being able to play catch up with a lot of content  you might have missed, and for me one of those pieces of content was WandaVision. I had watched the first three episodes and felt kinda “meh” about it but with six more episodes out there, I just had to check if that feeling had changed! At worst Wanda seemed like an excellent homemaker, so I might just learn some tricks to manage Paradise!

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This Post will contain spoilers on WandaVision and older MCU Products
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WandaVision: The Sitcom

This show can roughly be divided into three parts, all give or take three episodes long.  Phases as it were. The first three episodes this show presents like a sitcom. A progresive one with each episode dealing with a new decade and iconic sitcom to spoof.  Episode 1 of WandaVision is set in the 50’s and heavily spoofs the Dick van Dyke show, while Episode 2 is in the sixties , showing a lot of similarities with BeWitched. Episode 3 is set in the seventies and borrows heavy influences from the Brady Bunch.  All with just a splash of Twilight Zone mixed in between them. It’s lovely to spot all the smaller references and  even the major ones , like the tripping on the stool Van Dyke used to do.. it’s all there and done very faithfully which makes this is a great homage… yet that is also a pretty big problem for me.

The first three episode of this show seem to be the most loved among those that I follow that had anything to say about this show.. but for me it has a huge flaw. These are kind of rehashes of old Dick van Dyke Episodes, the second episode really feels like a recast of Bewitched and the third episode feels like a nuttier unhinged episode of the Brady Bunch…but because of it… it doesn’t do  that much new stuff other than blend in a mystery, yet if you have seen what happened before and if you know what Wanda can do in the comics as Scarlet Witch, the mystery is really REALLY obvious. That was confirmed to me at the end of episode 2.  Which, I must admit is one of my favourite episodes of the show overall, just because I do kind of like Bewitched.. However I do not like The Brady Bunch or Dick van Dyke and as such those episodes kind of strike out for me.

I do have to say that Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Betanny have great on screen chemistry though!  They also do the whole time skipping thing in a very funny way! There is so much love for sitcoms in this first part of the show, there is attention to detail and on a production level it works really well! The simple coloured in parts in episode two, the video effects, the fake commercials, it is all done very well. I just do not care about the subject matter of two out of those three episodes.. but I can see the good despite of it!  Clearly this is a passion product and that is the saving grace of these three episodes. This is great experimental tv, that also pays tribute to tv of the past. This is something that has been done much outside of cartoons before, and it is very unmarvel at the start making it a more intriguing product. However if you come to get your Marvel action on, you kind of can kind of  skip the first three episodes and not miss a single thing.

WandaVision: Agents of S.W.O.R.D.

The second act drops the focus on Wanda and shifts the focus to agent Monica Rambeau , who in the comics is better known as Miss Marvel 2,  Spectre of Photon. She has heavy connections to Miss Marvel and somehow became part of Wanda’s little world and in the next few episodes we find out why.  Monica Rambeau is played by Teyonah Parris and she is assisted by FBI agent  Jimmy Woo, played by Randall Park and the plucky Scientist Darcy Lewis, whom you might know from the Thor Movies played by Kat Dennings. Mostly the latter character really shines so much more for me than she did before.  Darcy here is a charming character. I am not sure if I can say the same about Rambeau, while I love that  we will get a more diverse cast in the marvel universe I could not really buy her story and her motivations. She is an extremely determined woman who lost her mother during the Blip and that makes her relate to Wanda so much that she is willing to break all kinds of rules and do her utmost to save Wanda?!  I am not sure..while acted pretty decently I felt there was a lot of forced writing. 

This is also the part where the show creators begin to do something about the whole “It’s too obvious” thing, as we are thrown for a loop on several occasions. We do establish indeed that it is Wanda who is doing all these things yet things do not always make sense. Stuff seems to happen without her intending it too. Like her dead brother showing up..strange! However he has been recast… by the Quicksilver from the Fox XMen Universe. That is hilarious! It is also what made the fanbase incredibly toxic.. They all felt that this could lead them into bringing the X-men into the MCU .. but Marvel doesn’t go that route and throws us a huge red herring, the likes of one in Iron Man 3. Fans are reacting super salty that their fan theory was not correct.. and I think heavily disagree with those fans! I LOVE that they threw some red herrings in there!  This show was a little on the nose before.. but here the creators just make it fit into the MCU in their own way.. and thus WandaVision gets more needed identity in this second part.  Even though half an episode is still clearly a spoof of Malcolm in the Middle, there is also more of an actual show moving throughout it. Albeit with a lot less mystery.

Unfortunately this is the part that suffers the most from the show just being 9 episodes.  Of which 6 episodes are only 30 minutes long. Monica and Darcy uncover things a bit too fast for my liking. Which is enhanced by the fact that most of the fourth episode is just Darcy rewatching the first three episodes on an old tv. The next two episodes add in twists and turns and change the dynamic between Wanda and the Vision, which takes away that awesome chemistry. For a large part of the second and  third act, the Wanda and Vision don’t interact with each other at all. Which dulls the experience of the third act a bit. That being said however I do really like the dynamic between humans trying to cope with a super powerful entity of questionable sanity and alliance.  You do get invested in how this situation can be resolved and you get a certain sense of dread as it seems inevitable that this show can not end with a “happily ever after for everyone” While clearly the weakest part of the show it did provide the incentive to watch on.

WandaVision: The Marvel Movie

The third act plays out as a classical Marvel movie, including the hidden endings at the end, new people getting superpowers and a colourful cast of heroes and villains ending with an epic showdown. As a Marvel fan I was kind of pleased with this part! I haven’t read to much Scarlet Witch Comics but I am fairly aware of the bigger universe, so I actually knew who the main antagonist was at the moment she was introduced. It’s a nice character to meet Wanda since the two share a mentor-student relationship from Scarlet Witch her villain days.  The character has her origins in the Fantastic Four comics though and I very much hope that they do not make that connection. After three different attempts to create a Fantastic Four Franchise, with only one of them getting a sequel,  I think we are done with them for a while. We failed too often, now we need to give it some time to breathe. However with Wanda having a limited rogues gallery, I think  the choice was nice. I allowed Wanda to blossom into Scarlet Witch finally and be a more defined character in terms of powers, mindset and her hero identity. I also like the choice to mirror this type of antagonist for Vision.  Clever and it really opens possibilities for the future. Even in the case of the Vision , introducing his rival also felt like a huge cop-out!  At least given how that encounter ended.

I think this part really does a pretty good job at making Wanda walk both the path of the hero and the villain, which is very much in line with the character in the comics. I’d say the series offers a more compelling product though, being both a hero and villain at the same time, rather than just be a redeemed character. Wanda has a darkness and an instability to her, she is aware of this and does not ask for forgiveness, instead she accepts what she has done and even Monica says she would have done the same in her situation! I really like this.. philosophy as it makes for much more compelling characters. Wanda has an insane amount of power and now that her powers have been explained to her, even more so, it makes sense that someone as broken as Wanda would abuse her powers and not just use it for good, unlike virtually every hero ….ever. Wanda feels so much more human and I love her for it. Darcy and Woo, really come alive during the last part as well and even Rambeau lightens up a bit and feels less like a Deus Ex Machina. I also liked the cleverness of the last battle. People  argue that Wanda would not know how to do what she did.. but she can create towns.. I assume she can make some things she saw as well pretty easily.

What the third part lacks for me is pollish!  Where the first part had so much love and attention to detail, that really dries up in the third part. We find out trough flashbacks that Wanda loved classic Sitcoms, but I don’t think that has  been established very much before.   We see an old 60’s tv to  depict her Sakovian poverty , yet somehow they are able to connect a dvd player to it?! That should technically not even work!  At least not here in Europe! There would not be any way to connect these two devices.. and while it is a nitpick..  the fact that they went through great lengths to duplicate sets and hairdo’s from original shows in the first part and now miss something as obvious as this just shows how the tone of this show shifts. We never seen Wanda display these traits before in any of the movies she was in, at least not to my knowledge, the Villain somehow escapes Wanda’s mind altering magic that effects everyone else, yet her entire thing is that she can steal power by being hit by a said power… so the why does not make sense. Monica gets powers and suddenly instinctively knows how to use them, a misguided cop goes from stickler for rules ot stone cold child killer in the bat of an eye…it all is epic and looks amazing and is super Marvel and satisfying.. however it all feels a bit like loose sand.   That even messes with it’s own consequences one to many times.

Wandavision: The Show of Many Shows

I had a fairly good time with WandaVision , in fact I really came out of the conclusion pretty hyped! I really want to see Dr Strange and the Multiverse of Magic or whatever it is called now, which features Wanda. However after sleeping on it for a night… cracks began to show.. WandaVision has three parts that all have something compelling to offer in their own right! We get a fun experiment with old Sitcoms, we get an intriguing mystery that is solved by scientists and detectives and the likes and we get a bombastic Marvel Movie at the end.. that seems like a pretty good three course meal! And it is!  The acting is great, the production is high level and doesn’t feel like a tv show at all! It feels movie quality almost all the way trough! Cool effects, great references, this is a great series to just geek out with! Even if it’s just for seeing more obscure marvel characters, cool red herrings that might be more.. and all that jazz. Throughout the journey I felt engaged to consume more and keep watching. Never have I seen a show that has been so many shows at once!  Because It’s not just a sitcom, it is Dick van Dyke, it IS  the Office, it IS  modern family .. but it is also WandaVision and that on it’s own even has three versions! That is something so unique and fascinating and worth watching.

Yet at the same time.. this is also the greatest weakness of this show!  Because all those versions of WandaVision don’t blend very well.  The Sitcom tone is in shrill contast with the suffering people go through in this series. Yet because Deborah Jo Rubb (best known as Eric Forman’s Mother in That 70’s show)  is type-cast as that Sitcom type character, suddenly believing this was a normal person being brainwashed.. feels… odd. Because Sitcom references are such a part of its DNA seeing sitcom actors take those roles counteracts that third act. The fact that the whole detective stuff is kind of blown out of the water by a supernatural force being an element in the third act, invalidates the second act a bit and this keeps happening. If you like the first part, the third part will feel too safe, if you mostly like the third act, the first act is bit too much out there. Especially when everything ends with basically a reset of the status quo. Except that Wanda now knows what her powers are and Rambeau will go into space.

In the end this is just yet another Marvel product where you need to have seen at least Captain Marvel, Avengers 2, Civil War, Avengers 3, Avengers 4 and kind of Spider Man Far From Home to get what is happening. You need to watch WandaVision to get full context of Dr Strange. Yet even in a 9 episode show we lack actual context. So we now know what Wanda’s power is, but have no idea why she has magic, why is her brother an Inhuman or a Mutant yet she is a witch?  If Photon, or Miss Marvel 2 or whatever else Monica Rambeau uses (as she has like 9 hero names)  gets a movie you have to also see this series, and I do not like that.

The C in the MCU stands for Cinematic and I think  the important content should be limited to cinema. Sure this allows for deeper story telling, but honestly the first six episodes hardly matter to this show’s grander story. It could all be made into a movie by Darcy watching a comedy episode showing Wanda and Woo asking her what she is watching.. giving some explanation that Wanda in her grief erected a reality bubble and they are trying to free people..but some strange force is interfering.. and we could have all fitted it in a movie. So in the end while an enjoyable experience.. something isn’t right here. Normally I end with an allegory but the perfect allegory for this show.. is this show itself. The show within the show describes all the flaws and oddities of the product we get.

While I might be highly critical of the show, I still had a good time! However I also think that the Marvel formula is wearing a bit thin. I really enjoy the MCU, and Scarlet Witch/Wanda is very much a character I adore.. but I feel like the world is getting thinner.. stretched to far.. and this series kind of confirmed that for me! Do take in mind this is just my own opinion! If you had a great time , all the power to you! If you really disliked this, I am sorry it wasn’t your cup of tea! Regardless! I love you all my little lights! Shine on! Oyasumi!

It’s time to D-D-D-Duel already? OWLS Tour: Visions

Welcome my sweet island guests. It’s time for me to spread my wings again and take you on a little flight tour. It’s gonna be a hoot! That’s right it’s another OWLS Tour. By now you have read the prompt plenty of times in other OWLS post plus it feels really wrong to wish you a happy new year this late in the year. I always wish you a happy life and happy days. Prompt or no prompt though in the month January we talk about visions. How is the future depicted in our favorite anime, manga, movie? How do we see ourselves in the future?

This is what the Otaku Warriors of Liberty and Self Respect discussed this month. To read more about them click on the cute owls cocktail! To me the future can be uncertain and waiting for it can feel keep quite bad . Perhaps something you really want is locked behind “the future”. In the future people might be more accepting of who you are. In the future I might get healthier. When we envision the future it always seems very far away. We might not live to see those moments we envision. It might be not for us. Yet one anime we all know is kind of becoming living proof that sometimes the future isn’t as far off as it may seem and it shows us we might have a big role to play in realising it.

Pegasus Wings

When we first saw Yu-Gi-Oh  appear in the early zero’s we never would have believed that we could ever play Yu-Gi-Oh like in that show Plenty of us thought ‘wouldn’t it be cool if one day we could duel like that?’ A lot of people still think do. What plenty of people do not realise is that that future is basically already here. I shall highlight a few technologies that we deemed impossible or stuff in the far far future but that is here already.I would like to begin where it all began.  The Duelist Kingdom.

Yes I know there is a season zero but that is something I choose to omit. When Maximillion Pegasus created the Duel Monsters card game it wasn’t much more than the tradable card game we see played in our own world championships. Just some guys playing cards. To earn more money… and  to gain all the millenium items in an evil plot … he had to make it a bit more spectacular. So the big holographic machines in the first season came to be. Back in 2001 this seemed like some star wars level of sci fi. Yet in 2017 a group of geeks like us . but waaaay smarter than me personally, managed to created some very impressive hologram table that basically puts Pegasus ones to shame.In fact one bigwig of Namco was so impressed that he joined the team to ready it for gaming purposes mostly for the arcade.Dragon Ball Heroes shows us we can already make cards interact with arcade cabinets very well. So already what seemed like it would be  ages away is right around the corner.

The theme of future being closer than we might think is present throughout the series as well. Virtually every Yu-gi-oh character grows up way faster, after an unforseen event . Yu-gi learns from a maturer version of himself, only to find out he surpasses him way faster than he would have thought. Yuki/Jaden has to merge with Yubel which makes him a much more mature character. Yusei had to grow up fast to survive in Satellite and we see Yuma grow from a bumbling fool into a hero that saves the world mere days after disovering Astral.  Yusaku lives roughly 10 years into our future, showing us that the noble creators have seen how close we are of having his world in reality. Yet also he was captured and shaped into a grown up faster than would have been normal. Yuya is the one I missed out on but he lost his father and had to step up….sooner than expected. Sometimes the future is closer than you think, for good OR for bad.

When we talk about the future we tend to envision it at a fixed point in time. We imagine where we will be in 10 years, we don’t imagine where we will be when we have a lucky windfall. Yet progress is like a snowball. The further it goes the larger it gets the faster it moves. This means that the future is often not 10 years away but only a series of discoveries. A chain of events once set in motion becoming a fast moving force. Whether you are waiting for your favorite trading card game to become reality or the acceptance of your subgroup becoming widespread. we do not need years..we need events and people starting the motions. While it may seem like a waiting game, in our own way we are the architects to the future.

Kaiba is real

Why are WE the architects of the future? Who is WE anyway? Well with we in this case I mean us geeks. I think geeks have a significant impact on the future. Wether we just buy 7 versions of Skyrim and support Todd coming up with new ways to play it, or if we actively imagine the idea of a star wars droid coming to live. All of us geeks do something on a nearly daily basis that is an absolute requirement to make the future happen faster. That key elements all geeks have in common is that we prefer to enter fantasy worlds on a daily basis. As such our imagination is significant larger than that of those who, let’s saysit in the gym everyday and binge Just Tattoo of Us. While normies contribute in their own way , I think in shaping the future we take a more crucial role. They however serve as the control that keeps us in check. To realise the future I think we need 3 sorts of people. We need a Yugi Muto,  we need a Maximillion Pegasus and we need a Seto Kaiba. 

(“Where’s Yugi Boy in this picture?” “Pinkie was to lazy to edit him in he is right below”)

For this comparison let’s take Battle City Dueling  as their future becoming real. Yugi serves the role as the believer of an idea, the one who fantasises, the “nerd” if you will. Yugi is like us. This is shown throughout the show as well, Yugi is being picked on, a telltale sign of being geeky unfortunately, or at the very least how we are depicted. Yet the spiky haired protagonist is also the one who believes in his cards. He sees them as his friends.He trusts them. Talks to them. Like I talk to my pokémon! In fact basically the entire world they live in is geeky. People would rather watch these complex duels than people trying to take a ball across a field.

Every single duelist practicing their pro sport has some sort of geeky hobby or connection. Weevil  collects bugs, rex collects fossils and is into archeology and stuff. Bones is crazy about zombies. Even the Bear Grylls of their world Mako Tsunami is heavily into the children’s card game. Every single duelist who has a connection to their deck is a geek in one shape way or form. Duelist Kingdom even shows this in Yugi’s style of thinking when he destroys the moon. That’s some video game logic style thinking right there. Troughout the entire world everyone is in love with the cards in their deck and has a connection to the fantastical creatures.. Let’s compare this one with star wars fan and also the writers who come up with the story
Then there is Joey and Tristan.,, not sure where they fit. .

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Joey is a weird duelist, his deck is basicly gambling and stuff he took from other players…..I guess he is ad D&D geek)

Next we need the realist. Someone who  sees these people’s needs and gives them what they want….sort off. The people that give us the semblance of an idea we try to achieve. Pegasus fills this role in the yu-gi-oh world. He creates a card game that pleases everyone.  From a Chad that uses his machine cards to power trip. to a woman who lives out her sexual fantasies through her harpy cards. From the boy pretending to be an Esper to a tomb keeper of ancient egypt. No matter who you are, there is always a deck for you. You will have to spend a fortune on packs though. Pegasus showed that people that play this sport, want to live their fantasy and that there in fact is profit and glory to be had in making these fantasies as real as possible.

In the real world the game companies fill this function. With current technologies they want to provide something for people either to make a point or to gain a few bucks. The toy companies selling you a fake lightsaber so you can pretend to be a Jedi would also be in here. In a way even the OWLS are part of this category of people. We see xenophobia, alienation, exclusion towards people who don’t have to be shunned or degraded in any way. We see a world where we unite trough our fandoms and with what means we have right now we try to get the message out. Our blogs are the toys we can pretend with that the world is already a great place, we can offer an escape from the harsh reality that we aren’t there yet..
Even though Pegasus could not make his world’s shared fantasy fully real, nor can we reshape the world simply trough blogs and youtube, we inspire the risk taker, the visionaries, to go above and beyond.

(Such a fitting card.. either we crash and burn .. or we jump to the future!)

Kaiba is the final person we need to bring the future alive. We need a dreamer to come up with an idea, a realist to show this idea is not just a whim and a visionary to actually bring the future alive. Usually the visionary is at least in some shape way or form part of the dreamers as well. Most visionaries are at least somewhat geeky. Like Kaiba they have a love for that idea of the future as well. Kaiba is crazy enough to build a dueling system that works everywhere just because he is in love with the game so much he wants to be able to play it anywhere. Well that and to proof that he is the true king of games.

He loves his cards so much that he builds jet’s shaped like his favorite cards. He hosts tournaments so people can see other people duel and he even pays for a school that inspires people to choose a profession in the world of duel monsters. He doesn’t even own Industrial Illusion’s which make the cards. He just sells the hardware. Yet Kaiba Corp did not start out making what is effectively that world’s most popular console. It started as a weapons company led by his adoptive father. It took courage, bravery and a belief in a different future to make Battle City happen. He also had to scheme his father out of his market shares to make it possible. 

Our world has exactly that same type of visionairs. Maybe they are not as edgy as the rival of Yugi but who knows. Elon Musk might have long white trench coats with studs all across in his wardrobe. I bet he’d love to shape his drilling machines like his favorite kaiju or pokémon..with some luck he might one day even make a Gurren. He might conference call with other car CEO’s when he works for Tesla and be like “I am gonna destroy you Audi’ and then people finally will realise I am the king of cars. I can totally see him making a jet for himself shaped like a dragon as well…or something else he really likes.  Back to my point, we have visionaries, Elon Musk is our Kaiba and we have other people like him. These people will take huge risks to bring the future of tomorrow into today but nearly all these visionaries are rather unpredictable so again.. the future may be just around the corner.

(Elon summons Blue Eyes without tribute because.. screw the rules… he has money)

Get your game on

Yu-gi-oh to me is a great metaphor for how close the future is. Plenty of season show us how the past, present and sometimes future are interwoven. We create our own future! Like how Atem was able to stop Zork. He was able to summon the egyptian gods because he had learned their names in the the future. So by simply imagining things we take huge steps in making them become real. For many transgender, the progress of physically becoming yourself might seem painstakingly slow and far away in the future but by simply knowing you signed up you already give of a signal to the world. I am ready! I need this. Doctors and Visionaries will see this and see more and more people desire to be their true self. This will allow our world’s Kaibas to invent new techniques, better techniques and allows our Maximillions (the plural thing on a surname and Pegasus is kinda tricky) to get who process more streamlined. Dare to take that step even if it seems to take ages! People get information and inspiration from your courage.

The same can be said for tolerance towards whatever niche you may belong to. Show that desire, show the wish and even if it is not you if plenty people wish together some visionary WILL stand up and bring the future sooner than you might expect. Yet be wary, do not splinter yourself off to much. Our voices must be heard and for that we must join together. Do not demand rights for you! Inspire courage towards your niche, towards your desire and do not fight alone. Do not ask for a pink lightsaber that hums like the darksaber, while a regular lightsaber hasn’t even been invented yet.  In Yu-gi-oh you will have to optimise your hand, you can not go for an Exodia Strategy if you don’t have enough card drawing power. Win some games first to get the proper cards and THEN go for the endgame. We can skim of years but not ages. If we ask for to much our visionary will not arrived and the future will just stay the future. 

(The future is within our reach, the future of the futre is never in reach)

Let’s compare two Yu-gi-oh seasons that are very close to each other for example. Yu-gi-oh 5d’s and Yu-gi-oh Zexal. Say we wish one of them should become real, we still have to wish Zexal becomes real first, no matter how much we would like to play a children’s card game on motorcycles. Yuma’s duel disk comes with special glasses that show him the holograms.  Basically Yuma’s Yu-Gi-Oh already exists in the form of augmented reality. The graphics aren’t good enough and the computers are just not strong enough to create the full effect. However this is a matter of years. In fact if we look back at that VR-Table I posted above.. it’s possible now most likely.. just not economically viable. We just need the tiniest push and we are in the realm of Zexal (minus the magic eyes and weird energy sources). Yu-gi-oh can happen now! Yet we can’t really expect the technology to be fitted in vehicles yet, let alone to gain a city that will reroute all traffic because people are playing a card game (okay the worldbuilding of 5d’s might be somewhat bad).

The future seems far away at times but it is our imagination what draws it in closer. Our imagination drives others, or even ourselves to invent stuff like it. A lot of Star Trek things, people would never expect to be real yet most off the ‘secondary’ technology has become real. We have view screens, we have  virtual reality close to their holodeck, we can 3d print objects, we can communicate like them etc. With Yu-Gi-Oh we already can duel in virtual reality like Playmaker does in Vrains, although we REALLY need to debug it still. In fairness those who made it didn’t make it officially so there is that..It’s kind of a mod-like thing so imagine what an official product could do. We can kinda duel like Yuma in augmented reality as well. Sure there is no duel disk yet that shoots computer driven  hologram-projecting robot, so there is still some way to go but that is a rather negative angle. The vision is becoming more and more real. Things do actually change! We are improving, we are ready to duel! However ..like in any dystopian sci-fi vision of the future we also always want to much.

When envisioning the future it’s never bad to think big, to look very far ahead but is also not very satisfying. I could look at at those augmented reality games held at the world championships of yu-gi-oh and go like…. NOPE that is not the future yet. Yet when it will finally arrive I will be surprised and ill prepared.  I haven’t build a cool deck yet.. because that other stuff wasn’t worth it. I could also nod and smile as we move in the right direction. Start buying my Yu-gi-oh cards, because I know that it will come soon. I could have fun with the yanky vr simulations or the wooden augmented reality knowing I helped it grow.

I could focus on the intollerance I encounter, when flirting with other girls or when I say I do not want childeren or that I consider myself somewhat asexual and be like “jeez the future isn’t here yet I still feel unaccepted because there are still ignorant people.” Yet I could also feel happy because of the positive reactions I do get, the positive reaction Nikkietutorials  shows the world is becoming more and more tolerant. The latter is such more pleasant to do. While I DO look towards my desired future at the horizon, I also embrace everything that passes by. That way the future is not just a vision. It will be a journey!

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