Five Korean high-school dropouts are now being charged with the death of a fifteen-year-old female gang member. Korean police are now citing that the manner that the crime was carried out was inspired by none other then the popular manga series Detective Conan. Keep reading for more details! More »
Most local and federal agencies around the world are in cutback mode because of the depressed local economy. That is not the case with the South Korean local police who apparently splurge a bit on Porshes and Ferraris for their squad cars. I guess you’re not gonna be able to out run the SK police in these…
Yes, indeed, it was I who predicted the collapse of the American economy. Surely, no one else could have possibly posited that we were all headed down a shaky path, right? Experts, journalists, academics and other pundits—morons, essentially—have long since hypothesized that the U.S. economy had been dancing along the wrong trajectory, but they were only guessing, you see… More »
Brian Tee who has starred in the movie Fast and the Furious Tokyo Drift, is going to be a regular cast member in the series “Crash” on the television station Starz. “He plays EMT Eddie Choi, who is caught between the Korean gang world he left behind and the mainstream medical world where he wants to fit into in, “Crash.” http://www.starz.com/originals/CRASH/cast/EddieChoi/BrianTee/Pages/BrianTee.aspx
Crash is a series that is based on the movie Crash that came out in the year 2004 that followed the lives of everyday people in the city of Los Angeles that eventually intertwined together.
The first show airs on Starz October 17, this Friday Eastern Standard Time. I watched the first two episodes earlier tonight here: http://www.starz.com/originals/crash/screeningroom
The first few minutes of the show is sure to grab your attention. The characters have a lot of flavor and they also were able to make you place yourself in their shoes, feeling their pain. They also made me yell a few times at the screen at them either in fear or anger. More »
This is an archived blog post. Jason Linetsky is no longer a Ningin blogger.
Eye-For-An-Eye Mr. Freeze in Batman stated, “Revenge is a dish best served cold.” His brand of revenge was using his ice addiction to go after the world for his wife’s condition; Robin, at first, wanted nothing more than to use Batman’s suits and technology to avenge his parent’s death caused by the Joker; Two Face wanted revenge for Batman saving him and letting his fiance die in an explosion. One show, many revenge or avenge plotlines. Each character had his own method of carrying out those ideas and, even though not truly fitting the full definition, should be considered vigilantes. In this chapter of Another Note of Vigilantism, I take a look at how the three characters of this blog series carry out their brands of vigilantism.