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So am I listening to an album by Twenty One Pilots or Jon Gibson? Does any critique I give on this album go to Gibson or to Twenty One Pilots?
Such questions continue to burn deep within my psyche, yet I find no legitimate answers, yielding to one more question.
The issues are as diverse as the American Muslim community scattered all over the country.
Meeting venues and forums are few and this seems to be one major deterrent to suitable marriages.
As intelligent, educated, single women venture to find men to set the cornerstone for a family, they cannot find suitable matches.
Women in their late 20s and early 30s, urged to be educated all their lives, settle into their careers or studies, suddenly become less desirable mates to some men.
I could have sworn that Twenty One Pilots released a new album this year already? I’m pretty sure they did because I remember some kids on twitter getting really excited when it ‘dropped’ a couple days early (something truly magical in the internet age where albums leak weeks ahead of release, I’m guessing?
Later in the series, Princess Celestia decides that Discord should be reformed so his magic can be used for good.The most important of all: Why am I listening to this?Fairly Mad World by twenty one pilots & Tears For Fears If you are not familiar with Twenty One Pilots, the best way I can describe their sound is to imagine if you combine Nate Ruess’s gosh-shucks swagger with the superficial dance rock antics of recent Fall Out Boy along with the occasional nasally rap of Eminem as an emo seventh grader who thinks the world is against him because Degrassi was canceled.MASCA takes us on an intimate journey through the life of David Goldenkranz, a 22 year old marijuana addict, who finds that the odds are stacked against him in his quest to stay sober.
Society sees it as a recreational pastime, his friends ridicule his attempts to quit, but David finds himself engulfed in a world of misery that despite his greatest efforts, he can’t seem to find a way out of.John de Lancie (English; credited John Delancie in S3E12 on DVD)Yu Zhengsheng (Taiwan Chinese)Fred Meijer (Dutch)Michel Hinderickx (European French)Michael Pan (German)Kornel Pusztaszeri (Hungarian, all episodes except S3E10 )Karoly Kassai (Hungarian, S3E10)Mario Zucca (Italian)Shigeru Chiba (Japanese)Kim Ki-hyeon (Korean)Grzegorz Pawlak (Polish)Marcelo Pissardini (Brazilian Portuguese, season 2-3)César Marchetti (Brazilian Portuguese, season 4-present)Richard Balint (Romanian)Nikita Prozorovsky (Russian)Juan Masotkleiner (European Spanish)Enrique Cervantes (Latin American Spanish)Niklas Gabrielsson (Swedish)Yaroslav Chornenkyi (Ukrainian, seasons 2-4)Dmytro Zavadskyi (Ukrainian, seasons 5-6) Discord is a male draconequus and former antagonist introduced in the season two premiere.