Reader: Oda-sensei. On the cover of volume 54, you say that people can basically live to be 140, but is Kureha alright?
Oda: Ah, right. Now that you mention it, she’s 139, isn’t she? Well, if we say that the limit for a normal person is 140 years, she’s still superhuman, in the sense that she goes beyond other people. So she’ll be fine. Also, old people who will die in a year do not walk around in the snow with bare midriffs.
i cannot begin to describe the amount of love i have for this band. such relatable music that has kept many should on this earth. i have cried and laughed and danced to their music and it was beyond amazing being able to see them two nights in a row. i can’t wait to see where the future takes you two boys and i rly hope there is some new tunes in the future. stay alive, stay alive for me, for all of us crazy twenty one pilot fans.
Manufactured by Auto-Ordnance Corp. c.WW2 for the US Army - serial number 432620. .45ACP 20-round detachable stick magazine, blowback fully automatic, parkerized finish. The M1 series of Tommy guns, made for the US military, differ from the previous 1921 and 1928 ‘overstamped’ models by having an horizontal front grip - a feature shared by the earlier military M1928A1 - a rougher finish, a non-finned barrel and more importantly a bolt actuator situated on the right of the receiver, no longer on top of it. They also couldn’t accept the 50 and 100 round drum magazines that make the Thompson submachine gun iconic to this day.
A Thompson M1921 with a 100-round drum magazine. Note the blued finish - earlier models were much fancier than military one.
These front pistol grips make me fucking cringe everytime I lay eyes on them.