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So… where should I start this review… maybe as always my short opinion about One Piece chapter 757? Honestly it was one badass, moving and stunning fucking hurting my soul and feels chapter!

Why?

[before I start… can you give me how to make Read more click? because I’ve got a little complaint about the length of my reviews…]

reason no.1

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we start chapter with Barty, who…

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gets an approvement…

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by HIS FUCKING IDOOOOL, LUFFY!!!!!!!!!

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IT’S OFFICIAL!!! BARTY GOT FUCKING NOTICED!!! AND HE GOT A ‘THANK YOU’ FROM HIM!

I can’t believe that it had happened!

Reason no.2

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Law’s staring at this staircase so badly…

just climb these FUCKING STAIRS, GET THIS FUCKING KEY TO YOUR FUCKING ANNOYING HANDCUFFS AND GIVE US YOUR HEARTBREAKING FLASHBAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACK!!!

Reason no.3

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Kyros! Hurry! Rebecca is in danger! Jump as fast as you can!!!!

Rule no.4

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Uh-oh…

While Gladius is on move…

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Barty…

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gets another round of bombs!

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he fucking sacrificed! to protect Luffy and my husband, Law-chan!!

Reason no.5

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no, please no!!!!!!!!

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it was worthless thinking about Barty’s state…

but I must say that

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Robin’s fucking awesome in this chapter! I just want her fight seriously with Gladius! She had no serious fights if I remember correctly…

Oda, you must give me the greatest fight for Robin! I’m begging you!

Reason no.6

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no idea how to describe this shit! looks both hillarious and odd… but it’s Oda! And he’s the ruler of his own masterpiece!

Reason no.7

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Sabo vs. Fuji goes on… and what can I say…I’m just impressed that Fuji gave Sabo some scratches. It’s not like I wish him bad because making him overpowered would be somehow unnatural in my opinion. you can hate me on saying this as you like.  I like Sabo very much! 

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Fuji’s ability scares me a little….

but what are Fuji’s intentions? It’s another mystery I really want to know! why does he want to abolish Shichibukai? I bet one of Shichi might has killed his family and has made him blind or sth like that…

Reason no.8

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WHAT THE FUUUUUUUCKK??? Where’s Kyros???? Kyros, where are you your daughter needs you!

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after 10 years of pain and forgetting Kyros’s existence…

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and the last reason… no.9…

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the end. hope you like it and unfotunately I must say that the next week would be the same. with a delay…

Under and behind all outward appearances or manifestations, there must always be a Substantial Reality. This is the Law. Man considering the Universe, of which he is a unit, sees nothing but change in matter, forces, and mental states. He sees that nothing really IS, but that everything is BECOMING and CHANGING. Nothing stands still–everything is being born, growing, dying–the very instant a thing reaches its height, it begins to decline–the law of rhythm is in constant operation–there is no reality, enduring quality, fixity, or substantiality in anything–nothing is permanent but Change. He sees all things evolving from other things, and resolving into other things–a constant action and reaction; inflow and outflow; building up and tearing down; creation and destruction; birth, growth and death. Nothing endures but Change. And if he be a thinking man, he realizes that all of these changing things must be but outward appearances or manifestations of some Underlying Power–some substantial Reality.
—  The Kybalion
It has been reported that Darren Wilson, the officer who shot Michael Brown last week, was severely beaten by the latter before he was killed. This individual did what he needed to do to save his life, as those in the law enforcement community are trained for. Now everyone can ask again who was the real victim in this altercation?

(Capital Times) The shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, is turning national attention to police accountability, including a national count of officer-involved deaths and a first-of-its-kind Wisconsin law requiring outside review of such incidents.

Michael Bell told CNN Tuesday that if Missouri had the kind of law he helped get passed by the Wisconsin Legislature earlier this year, the aftermath in the community might be different.

“If the kind of external review process we mandated in Wisconsin occurred in Ferguson, I almost don’t think the rioting would have occurred because there would have been greater trust in the system,” Bell said…

Bell’s son, Michael Bell, Jr., was shot and killed by a Kenosha officer in 2004 in an incident outside the family home that the police department ruled “justified” within 48 hours…

He used the $1.75 million settlement to a wrongful death lawsuit against the Kenosha Police Department to finance a campaign to change state law to make Wisconsin the first state in the nation to require independent review of an officer-involved killing.

“Nobody has any idea what it feels like,” said Bell, who compared the emotional blow to having a car drop on your chest. “You’re suffocated by it. Most families live under a cloud after something like this happens; it takes a lot of therapy, a lot of work, for them to hold together.”

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