118 photos of the consistently interesting and enjoyably noisy indie band you have photos here of Bleach playing the Bull & Gate on three occasions – 17.4.90, 11.10.90 and 20.12.90, as well... More > as a single undated shot from the Powerhaus, and an in-store appearance at HMV on 15.4.92.< Less
The history of the chat room at z64central.com.
ultra bleach tries to make sense of an up and down universe on a chat server. bleach tries to display the corruption that comes with a place where... More > there are no rules or boundaries from any country, being supressed by other chat users with power and access on the internet. He attempts to bring the harsh truth over with humor and controversial images.< Less
The History of #Z64Central - A strange enemy appears in the chatroom #Z64Central and becomes t0ms best friend, forcing him to choose between him and the chatroom. Who is the phantom menace? Is... More > it:
C. President Bush?
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The History of #Z64Central - Charlie and t0m return to take revenge on the chatroom. As charlie threatens zeldadude, chat users become worried. Will zeldadude have the courage to keep the channel... More > password?< Less
When Captain Toshiro Hitsugaya decides to take a walk over to the lowest underground prison, the 8th cell “Muken”, little does he know that his life is about to change forever. When his... More > arch nemesis Sosuke Aizen returns, Toshiro gets some help from someone who hasn’t been seen for 50 years, his long lost twin sister Hashira Hitsugaya, and some of his friends, only to discover that fate has brought them together, to defeat an evil that threatens both the physical world and the spirit world. It is an exciting story that you will have to read to believe.< Less
“Bleach Is Beautiful” is a Madding Mission Jotter Book. Created by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé, the Madding Mission Series encourages hypergraphia. It thinks Plath writes awesome... More > poems. Plath should have met Dickinson. Dylan Thomas too. Shelley. Poe. Lord Byron. Artaud and Baudelaire. Who can forget Hart Crane? Versus Eliot. John Berryman and Robert Lowell, who knew they joined these ranks? And of course, Celan. Whitman, whose “right hand points to landscapes of continents, and a plain public road…. Perhaps it is everywhere on water and on land.” Together they would write great things, Plath thinks out loud, to no one in particular. She has brought her pen to paper. There is madness in the method, and sometimes a little bit or a whole lot of genius too.< Less