Ivone es la hija de medio de sus padres, su hermano mayor, Max, y menor Felicia, su familia desdde siempre fue bien vista en ojos de la sociedad, soliendo ser una familia rica, pero no bilionario como muchas, tan solo asi se quedaron un poco baj del radar de toda la fama que viene con eso XD Asi que ella tuvo ddesde siempre una buena vida, pero, a ella siempre le gusto el creepy que existia, una cosa que saco de su madrina, ahora falecida, que le leia contos de Edgar Allan Poe (mi escritor favorito) quando ella era menor. A los pocos, cuanto más crescia, más tambien descobria sobre las cosas creepy que habian por la internet, adentrando la deep web con facilidad, ademas que, siempre podia tirar su pc a basura o usar de monei para hacer lo que queria. Hasta que ella descobrio sobre los red rooms, a lo principio los detestaba, la mayoria era de tortura fisica e sin mucha real acion, se volvia aburrido para ella, pero uno dia miro una diferente, una que era de tortura fisica pero ademas de eso psicologica, y luego se enamoro, y, estudiando un poco más de eso, vio que era algo extremamente lucratibo, si hiciera las cosas de la manera corecta, con eso ella aposto las cosas e se medio ella a la deep web ella ali es como la “apresentadora” o dealer de sus clientes, ella aplica un juego que es similara uno de esos reality shows, una casa subterranea, donde todo esta filmado la gente no puede ferir fisicamente a unos a los otros, pero todos usan una especie de bombas en cabeza, conectado con el ritmo cardiaco, es un tieste de prision mental para ellos el desafio dura 8 dias, en esos 8 dias le son sacados uno de los 5 sentidos, pero si sacas el numero 6 tienes suerte e quedate “libre” pero los demas son un verdadero desafio. entonces los vencedores, ademas de ganar la vida, ganna dinero de las apuestaas, asi que el juego tambien es con la moralidad humana, y hasta donde ella puede llegar.
(suele usar vestidos y tones de blanco y marron, colores calientes de verano cuando no esta en su “trabajo”)
Ivone en si sola, es una chica algo confusa de compreender, como no
salia mucho , algo introvertida, ella no sabe mucho del conocimento de
las calles, es pesima con sarcasmo e esas cosas, pero es al mismo muy
inteligente para otras cosas XD la gente cree que es grosa o ignorante,
pero en verdad nadie le tiene paciencia :D Ella esta enamorada de Mr. Gold, pero la misma es una tsundere :D
oh, y su familia aun esta con ella :V su
hermano Max -el principe-, es totalmente instable emocionalmente
despues de ver so que su hermanita hace, y es el unico mas “sano” Sua hermana Felicia usa de eso para vingarse de las personas XD sus padres tienen miedo de la hija Ivone XD y Ivone ama mucho a su familia, si alguien los toca v a n a m o r r i r OUO
Me Little Armalite: The arms smuggling campaign of the IRA
The Troubles were an awful time in Irish history, from the late 1950′s all the way to the 1990′s saw some of the bloodiest fighting in Irish history, from the Provisional Irish Republican Army butting heads with the RUC and British Army to the Ulster Defense Force and Ulster Volunteer Force fighting the various IRA factions across Northern Ireland, and fighting for that long began a large chain of arms shipment campaigns to the IRA.
In the early days, the IRA were poorly armed, usually armed with weapons from earlier campaigns. This included MP40 submachine guns, Lee Enfield rifles, Thompsons dating back from both WWII and the Irish Civil War and other wise. Various raids on British Army and Royal Ulster Constabulary armories were coming up with some weapons, but not enough to arm them for a larger conflict.
The IRA then began working on a massive arms shipment campaign with old IRA contact George Harrison and arms dealer George de Meo. NORAID, the
Irish Northern Aid Committee served as a sort of slush fund for the deals helmed by Joe Cahill. Around 1 million dollars were spent buying almost 2,500 guns for the IRA, including CAR-15′s, original M16′s, Browning Hi-Powers, S&W Revolvers and most famously, the AR-18.
The Armalite AR-18 was an attempt by Eugene Stoner to make a cheaper version of his AR-15 for sale to 3rd World Countries, however the large manufacture of AR-15′s effectively nullified that idea and the AR-18 slipped into obscurity, had the IRA not smuggled them. The AR-18′s were heavily used by the IRA during The Troubles and became one of the most iconic rifles of their campaign alongside the AR-15. Many IRA soldiers nicknamed the AR-18 the “Widowmaker” and the name stuck.
Other shipments came in through other members of the IRA like Gabriel Megahey as well as one from the Boston Winter Hill Irish Mob. However during the 1980′s, the FBI began cracking down on these shipments, arresting most key members such as Cahill, Megahey, Harrison and de Meo.
Enter Muammar Gaddafi. The IRA and the Libyan Government began to grow close with visits by Joe Cahill in the early 1970′s. Gaddafi had allowed the IRA to begin getting ComBloc guns as well as US made ones such as the RPG-7, the AKM and the DShK as well as millions of funds to the IRA to buy weapons. Following a small contact cut from 1976 to 1981, the shipments began again and intensified in 1986 following the US Air Force bombings of Benghazi and Tripoli, something Gaddafi saw as an attack by both the US as well as England, who allowed the US to use their air bases for the attack.
The weapons he supplied also upgraded as well, including MP5′s, various Glock, Beretta and Taurus handguns, FN MAG machine guns, flamethrowers, Strela 2 and SAM-7′s and probably the most infamous, Semtex.
Invented in the Czech Republic in the late 1950′s, Semtex is one of the most common plastic explosives ever made. While some of it’s first sales were 10 tons of it to North Vietnam during the Vietnam War, Libya bought around 500 tons of Semtex and donated it to whoever they felt like needed it, and the IRA were one of the most common users of it. A large amount of bombings in Northern Ireland and abroad were linked to a Libyan Shipment of Semtex in 1986.
However in 1987, one of the ships smuggling weapons, the MV Eksund was intercepted by the French Navy in the Bat of Biscay. One IRA member Gabriel Cleary was caught on the ship as well as 36 RPG’s, 20 SAM rockets, and around 1 million rounds of ammunition. This raid effectively ended Libyan supplies to the IRA, though many commanders said the Libyan supplies were actually larger than the main IRA forces.
The later years saw a number of other oddball guns show in the IRA’s arsenals. Belgian FNC rifles became somewhat common, smuggled through The Netherlands, G3 rifles also came in from a Norwegian contact smuggling AG-3 rifles from the Norwegian Police and Army. Many arms came through the Palestinian Liberation Organization in the late 1970′s and 1980′s before drying up in the 1980′s as the PLO forged ties with the Northern Irish Government.
One of the final shipments were of a number of original model Barrett M82 and M90 .50 BMG caliber anti-material rifles that were heavily used in the South Armagh Sniper Campaign in the 1990′s. One smuggled in pieces over, the other sent intact. These sniper teams, named “Terminator” and “Goldfinger” by the press at the time began sniping around South Armagh, killing 7 British soldiers, 2 RUC constables and wounding one. This attack served as the last IRA assault in Ireland and claimed the life of the last British soldier killed during the Troubles.
Chez Pierrefort (1897). P. H. Lobel. Edw. Ancourt, Paris. Poster.
Pierrefort was one of three major print dealers fin-de-siecle Paris (along with Sagot and Arnould) who also specialized in posters. From the flat colors and the color scheme, to the use of outlining and perspective, Lobel’s poster bears a startling resemblance to works by Toulouse-Lautrec. This is the version before text.