And 30 years later we still don’t have a readily available, not effed up in some way home release in the west. Behind every great horse girl who believes in herself is a daddy who believed in her first. Hard to celebrate the show’s anniversary when you can’t even point people towards a respectable means to watch it in the first place.
Behind every great horse girl who believes in herself is a daddy who believed in her first shirt
The buu saga ended the series and unfortunatly it leaves a taste in your mouth like damm thats it so you look ar super and dt for more and are left wondering what happened to this great series after the cell Games. It’s hard to remember exactly where, but my earliest memory was watching dragon ball z on Toonami during the frieza saga. I remember watching goku turn super saiyan and it absolutely blowing my mind. I was talking about it non stop to my friends at elementary school, but it was apparent that I was the only one that cared lol. I never stopped watching since. My first memory I’ll never forget. I was six years old then and I’ve been a lifelong fan since. Dragon ball z was my entire childhood and I never looked back since. Very first memory of dbz was sitting down to watch Toonami with my dad and goku was trying to escape Namek. I was very young and remember asking why doesn’t he just fly and then my dad let me know he couldn’t breathe in space. I’ve been hooked since, the spectacle of an exploding planet does wonders for a 4 year old. It make senses, since our education system in Capitalism is more of a business practice rather than educating people. When they say education system doesn’t work, it’s probably hold true to certain extent. All the great men. Behind every great horse girl who believes in herself is a daddy who believed in her first. It’s more comforting for them to not witness how idiocy mankind has became. Our sad time indeed.