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【 Aki’s Facebook 08.01.2014 12:01 】

akistatus:

Notice (LIVE)

Niconico Nama live broadcast decided !

MUCC vs SID 2-man live exclusive broadcast of
『SIX NINE WARS -Our seventh month of war-Episode 6.「ARMAGEDDON」』 that will take place on 08.20(wed) at Zepp Namba

2014.08.20(wed) 17:30-20:30
Viewing page → http://live.nicovideo.jp/watch/lv187356542

MUCC SIX NINE WARS-Our seventh month of war- Episode6.「ARMAGEDDON」
2014.08.20(wed)
Zepp Namba
MUCC VS SID
OPEN 17:30 START 18:30
Details → http://www.55-69.com/69wars/

mucc-d-question:


MUCCalendar
2014-08
by SATOち

mucc-d-question:

MUCCalendar

2014-08

by SATOち

Envy of Dance

Dear Bitch

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chateaulatour:

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Dear Bitch - Envy of Dance

I collect things that Ayame (the pink one) was in on the side. Once I own all of the stuff both 弥叉 and this band released, I’m going to lay them on my floor and roll around on top of them naked to become him.

77aka77:

LaMA web store

77aka77:

LaMA web store

77aka77:

LaMA web store

77aka77:

LaMA web store

77aka77:

LaMA web store

pbsthisdayinhistory:

July 31, 1975: Jimmy Hoffa Disappears
On this day in 1975, the infamous American labor leader Jimmy Riddle Hoffa disappeared in Detroit, Michigan, never to be found.  As president of America’s largest union, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Hoffa committed several crimes, including jury tampering, mail fraud and bribery, for which he spent four years in prison. He was pardoned by President Richard Nixon in 1971.
Many believe that Hoffa was the victim of Mafia violence; however, the true cause of his death remains unknown.
Delve into the mystery surrounding Hoffa’s death with History Detectives’ “Who Killed Jimmy Hoffa?”
Photo: James P. Hoffa, half-length portrait, with his father James R. Hoffa at a testimonial dinner. (Library of Congress)

pbsthisdayinhistory:

July 31, 1975: Jimmy Hoffa Disappears

On this day in 1975, the infamous American labor leader Jimmy Riddle Hoffa disappeared in Detroit, Michigan, never to be found.  As president of America’s largest union, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Hoffa committed several crimes, including jury tampering, mail fraud and bribery, for which he spent four years in prison. He was pardoned by President Richard Nixon in 1971.

Many believe that Hoffa was the victim of Mafia violence; however, the true cause of his death remains unknown.

Delve into the mystery surrounding Hoffa’s death with History Detectives’ “Who Killed Jimmy Hoffa?”

Photo: James P. Hoffa, half-length portrait, with his father James R. Hoffa at a testimonial dinner. (Library of Congress)