kinemon and gin will have big roles in saving/helping sanji
Kin'emon has a
kitsune theme I mean His epithet is “Foxfire” and his ability is to transform
by putting on a leaf on his forehead which relates to kitsune myths
As a common
prerequisite for the transformation, the fox must place reeds, a broad leaf, or
a skull over its head. Kin'emon is capable of creating clothing and disguises
for anyone, including himself. If they put a leaf or stone on their head, he
can convert it (by saying “Poof”(ドロン Doron?)) into the necessary garb for as long as he
can visualize it. http://onepiece.wikia.com/wiki/Kin'emon
Kitsune’s are said to want to interfere
kin’emon the first three part of his
name is japanese word for gold
gin is the japanese word for silver
gin is a type of alcoholic drink and sanji is
the third son of the vinsmoke family vin is the french word for wine another
type of alcoholic drink
first one is gin he had a favor from sanji so
gin will help sanji
heck gin first appearedin baratie arc where
sanji appeared anddeveloped a understandign or friendship so it will be fitting
for him to appear in the year of sanji and when I heard about that I knew sanji
is going to havea crisis. since in order to show offf the character you would hve to put them through a troubling circumstances
not only that but they have a similarity
in that both gin and kinemon cried when eating sanjis food
gin means silver in japanese kin means gold in
both were helped by sanji when the people
around him wouldnt heck kinemon
“Even Chopper, a
doctor, is willing to leave a severed head behind but Sanji’s not able to do it
and he immediately believes Kin’emon when he says he’s not murdering people.
There’s a lot in this section that adds credit to the ‘Sanji can tell if
people are being honest because of his Haki’ theory, and this is one of the
examples because really, he has no reason to believe Kin’emon otherwise and
nobody else does.” (from http://trafalgars.co.vu/post/93284963866/sanji-since-the-time-skip-part-3-chapters )
and gin when no one would give him food but
saji. sanji was willing to feed gin
Synopsis: Two American girls, Sarah (JADELYN) and Rachel (GROBGLAS), are on their way to vacation in Israel. On the flight they meet a mysterious and handsome anthropology student (TUMARKIN), who convinces them to change plans with a promise to be their personal guide and show them Jerusalem. The party is cut short when the trio are caught in the middle of a biblical apocalypse. Trapped between the ancient walls of the holy city, the three travelers must survive long enough to find a way out as the fury of hell is unleashed upon the city.
Review: The Paz brothers have uncovered an interesting and fresh idea. There are gates to hell on earth and one of them is located within Jerusalem. The film begins with the found footage of an exorcism that segways to current day as Sarah and Rachel head to the airport for their trip to Israel. Again, a great concept that is supported by excellent special effects, but there are just some elements within the tale that sabotage what otherwise could have been an amazing narrative.
are there any good books to "redpill" me, as the kids say, on monarchism?
I haven’t read many, and was a monarchist before I read any, but I would suggest the following:
- The Prince, Niccolo Machiavelli Machiavelli was a pragmatic republican, but explains how a Prince should best rule his principality. It’s pretty interesting though probably wouldn’t necessarily convince anyone that monarchy is better than living as a “free people” in a republic, as Machiavelli puts it lmao.
- Democracy: The God That Failed, Hans-Hermann Hoppe He’s an anarchist but explains that monarchy is better than democracy, even though he believes it is deficient itself.
- Leviathan, Hobbes Haven’t read it but apparently it argues for the existence of a government and a monarchist thread of reddit recommends it so :)
I also have two books written by King James VI & I of Scotland and England, Basilikon Doron and The True Lawe of Free Monarchies, which might be of interest to anyone who wants to see the perspective of an actual ruler. They were basically treatises for how his son should rule.
Here’s a list from the Mad Monarchist that I would like to get through as well:
“Politics Drawn from Holy Scripture” by Bishop Jacques-Benigne Bossuet
“Patriarcha: Or the Natural Power of Kings” by Sir Robert Filmer
“Essay on the Generative Principle of Political Constitutions and other Human Institutions” by Count Joseph de Maistre
“Monarchism in the Age of Enlightenment” by Hans W. Blom
“On the Pope” by Count Joseph de Maistre
"Essays on Catholicism, Liberalism and Socialism" by Juan Donoso Cortes
“Liberty or Equality” by Erik Ritter von Kuehnelt-Leddihn
“Reflections of a Russian Statesman” by Konstantin Pobedonostsev
"On Monarchist Statehood" by Lev Tikhomirov
“The Menace of the Herd” by Erik Ritter von Kuehnelt-Leddihn
“A History of the French Revolution” by Thomas Carlyle
“Politics” by Aristotle
“The Analects” by Confucius
“Human Action” by Ludwig von Mises
I would also suggest any book that focuses on the French Revolution, the Russian Revolution, and perhaps also the English Civil War. Books that deal with the transition from the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire might be valuable too but like I said, I haven’t read many ^_^;
The Sun Remembers This Week in Baltimore Sports: Jan. 31-Feb. 6
Cal Ripken Jr. looks to makes a tag against the Kansas City Royals on July 6, 1984. (Baltimore Sun)
By Mike Klingaman The Baltimore Sun
Feb. 5, 2006: An 85-71 victory over visiting Virginia gives Maryland’s women’s basketball team its seventh win in a row. Shay Doron scores 23 points and Laura Harper 17 for the No. 6 Terps, who’ll go on to win the NCAA title.
Feb. 1, 1984: Cal Ripken Jr., 23, becomes the youngest major leaguer to earn $1 million a year, signing a four-year deal with the Orioles. The American League’s Most Valuable Player in 1983, Ripken batted .318 and hit 27 home runs for the World Series champions.
Feb. 1, 1974: Bowie Race Course holds a match race pitting a man, a horse and a car. Larry James, an Olympic gold-medal sprinter in 1968, starts at the quarter pole; What A Treasure, a thoroughbred, at the half-mile pole; and a 1931 Model A Ford at the three-eighths marker. The car beats the horse by four lengths. James finishes third.
Feb. 3, 1968: The Colts trade Bob Wade, a defensive back from Dunbar and Morgan State, to the Pittsburgh Steelers for a future draft choice. Wade, a 15th-round pick in 1967, will play three years in the NFL, then return to Dunbar and coach the Poets to the No. 1 national boys basketball ranking in 1982-83. He’ll also spend three seasons as Maryland’s men’s basketball coach.
Feb. 5, 1963: Make it 26 straight victories for Towson’s basketball team, 85-44 at Sparrows Point. Ralph Lee scores 18 points for coach Randy Walker’s Generals, who’ll win the state Class AA championship.
Feb. 4, 1933: Led by heavyweight Slade Cutter, Navy’s boxing team defeats Western Maryland (now McDaniel), 5 ½ to 2 ½, before an announced 4,000 in Annapolis. Cutter, who attended Severn, will win the intercollegiate boxing championship, make All-American at tackle and kick the field goal to defeat Army, 3-0, in 1934. A submarine commander in World War II, he’ll win four awards of the Navy Cross.
Feb. 4, 1930: In a forgettable basketball performance, City nips Poly, 18-17, at Carlin’s. The winners make six of 56 shots from the field; the losers made five of 39.
Feb. 5, 1927: In its gym, Navy installs the boxing ring in which Gene Tunney defeated Jack Dempsey for the heavyweight championship in Philadelphia in 1926. The Midshipmen celebrate with a victory over Massachusetts Institute of Technology, sweeping all seven bouts.
Jan. 31, 1953: Roosevelt Leaks, a fifth-round draft choice who helped the Colts win three division titles (1975-1977) and whom coach Ted Marchibroda called “the best blocking fullback in football.”
This film had completely slipped underneath my radar, and I’m not sure if it’s because it was not given a lot of promotion, or I just wasn’t looking in the places where it was being promoted. After seeing the torrent and checking out the trailer, I was intrigued enough to give it a chance.
Ok sorry for the overload of asks XD how bout just Larimar, Bixbite, and Heliodor.
Heliodor: Weapon: Random weapon every time the gem wants to summon one- since gifts are often surprises, the gem’s weapon can generate any weapon (whether the gem has control over what is summoned is your choice) “Heliodor is from the Greek words for sun, “helios”, and gift, “doron”, thus Heliodor can be translated as “gift of the sun”.” http://www.gemporia.com/en-us/learning-library/gemstone/heliodor%20gemstone/
Ability: Can shine bright rays of light “A crystal of golden light, Heliodor radiates the warmth and power of sunshine, the illumination of higher thought, and a centered, more vibrant physical well-being. Its name literally translates from the Greek as a gift of the sun.” http://www.crystalvaults.com/crystal-encyclopedia/heliodor
„Du wurdest für die Zukunft geboren, Du musst Neues
lernen. Meine Vergangenheit ist schrecklich und sie bringt Dir nichts.
Sie hat nichts mit Dir zu tun.“ Mit diesen Worten ihrer Mutter wächst
Lizzie Doron, geboren 1953, in einem Stadtteil von Tel Aviv auf, wo sich Shoah-Überlebende aus allen
Teilen Europas angesiedelt haben. Ihre Mutter Helena kommt 1949 als
einzige Überlebende ihrer Familie nach Israel: „Sie hatte beschlossen,
mir nichts zu erzählen, und dabei blieb es.“ Erst viel später, als die Mutter nicht mehr lebt
und Lizzie Dorons eigene Tochter nach ihrer Familiengeschichte fragt,
wird ihr bewusst, dass sie nichts zu erzählen hat. Aus eigenen
Erinnerungsfetzen an Kindheitserlebnisse und Erzählungen anderer verfasst sie zunächst
Kurzgeschichten, später Romane. Darin gibt Lizzie Doron jenen eine
Stimme, die sie selbst nicht erheben. Sie schreibt über Menschen, die
die Shoah überlebten und nun zu leben versuchen. Gleichzeitig spricht sie auch für jene, die als zweite
Generation das Schweigen ihrer Eltern nicht verstehen.
Veranstaltet vom Bündnis „Gedenken an die Opfer des
Nationalsozialismus — 27. Januar“ und der OLAfA mit freundlicher
Unterstützung des Lehrstuhls für qualitative Methoden, Prof. Gabriele
Rosenthal (Universität Göttingen)
und des Fachschaftsrat Philosophie.
The big horror release this weekend is William Brent Bell’s creepy doll flick The Boy, which stars Lauren Cohan (“The Walking Dead”) as a woman tasked with babysitting, well, a super creepy doll. But it’s not the only horror option that was unleashed today. Read on for your VOD update!
First up, Epic Pictures Releasing put the award-winning Israeli horror film JeruZalem (review) up for streaming on digital platforms today. Directed by Doron Paz and Yoav Paz, the film is shot from the POV of a Google Glass headset worn by the main character, and was filmed in Jerusalem.
Synopsis: JeruZalem follows Rachel (played by “Jane the Virgin” star Yael Grobglas), and her friend Sarah (Danielle Jadelyn), two American girls on vacation in Jerusalem. The two follow Kevin (Yon Tumarkin), a mysterious and handsome anthropology student, into the heart of the Old City. The party is cut short when a biblical prophecy comes to pass on the night of Yom Kippur and Jerusalem’s gate to hell is opened, releasing an epic apocalypse. Trapped between the ancient walls of the holy city, the trio must survive long enough to find a way out as the fury of hell is unleashed upon them.
Also out today, via Anchor Bay, is the American remake of Martyrs (review), directed by Kevin and Michael Goetz. It’s available in limited theaters and on Digital HD this weekend, and will arrive on DVD, Blu-ray, and all VOD outlets February 2nd. The film stars Bailey Noble and Troian Bellisario.
Synopsis: Ten-year-old Lucie flees from the isolated warehouse where she has been held prisoner. Deeply traumatized, she is plagued by awful night terrors at the orphanage that takes her in. Her only comfort comes from Anna, a girl her own age. Nearly a decade later and still haunted by demons, Lucie finally tracks down the family that tortured her. As she and Anna move closer to the agonizing truth, they find themselves trapped in a nightmare – if they cannot escape, a martyr’s fate awaits them…
The Philippine government has signed a deal with an Israeli company for the purchase of three air surveillance radars worth P2.68 billion to strengthen the Philippines’ monitoring activities in the West Philippine Sea.
The Department of National Defense (DND) and Elta System Ltd. signed the contract for the project last Dec. 21, documents seen by The STAR showed.
Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin signed the deal in behalf of the government while Elta regional director for marketing and sales Ilan Bublil represented the Israeli firm.
Doron Peled, head of the budgetary and control division of the Israeli Ministry of Defense’s International Defense Cooperation, also signed the deal as a witness.
The letter of credit, a document that assures the supplier that the Philippine government has money in the bank to pay for the radars, was opened in the third week of January.
Under the contract, Elta is supposed to deliver the first of three radars within 22 months after the opening of the letter of credit.
The second is expected to be delivered within 28 months after the opening of the letter of credit or within six months after the initial delivery.
The third radar is scheduled to arrive within 34 months after the opening of the letter of credit or one year after the first radar is delivered. Defense officials previously said the radars may be delivered in 2017.
“The surveillance radars will help us monitor our territorial airspace and air defense identification zone,” Air Force spokesman Col. Enrico Canaya said yesterday.
Canaya said the radars would complement the FA-50 lead-in fighter jets acquired by the Philippines from South Korea. The Philippines is spending P18.9 billion to buy 12 FA-50s to improve its territorial defense capabilities.
Lotame Names Doron Wesly Senior Vice President of Marketing and Chief Marketing Officer
NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired - Feb 3, 2016) - Lotame, the world’s leading independent cross-screen data management platform (DMP), has appointed Doron Wesly to Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. Based out of Lotame’s New York City offices and reporting directly to Chief Revenue Officer Kevin Kohn, Wesly will spearhead marketing strategies to build the Lotame brand and drive business development efforts globally.
“Doron’s dynamic background will have a significant impact on our marketing and business operations globally,” said Andy Monfried, CEO of Lotame. “With a deep knowledge of brand positioning, cross-media studies, marketing mix models, and attribution modeling, Doron will initiate strategic initiatives that promote awareness and adoption of our DMP technology by the entire industry.”
As Tremor Video’s former head of market strategy, Wesly helped brand marketers understand the advertising impact of online video relative to all screens by establishing advanced analytics and consumer insights and creating thought leadership research initiatives. In addition, he developed market strategy for the company’s top 50 accounts, including L'Oreal Heineken, Marriott, and Mini USA. Wesly worked with agency holding companies as well as data partners to reach and engage new consumers through key metrics that accelerated brand advertising performance. Prior to Tremor Media, Wesly held senior positions with Mindshare, Samsung’s in-house agency Cheil Worldwide, Millward Brown, and the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB).
“Lotame stands apart for its ability to humanize advertising by unifying and enriching the world’s data, enabling advertisers to have more meaningful relationships that increase commerce and brand loyalty,” said Wesly. “It’s a new way of looking at data management, and it’s resonating within the market given the rapid growth of the company and the attention we’re attracting from advertisers.”
Wesly also served as Managing Director at Mindshare, a global media and marketing services network. While at Mindshare, he led a multidisciplinary team, which included consumer insights, competitive intelligence, digital analytics, business planning, and advanced analytics across all North American Mindshare offices to support global, national, and local accounts.
Wesly holds a Bachelor of Arts in Hotel Administration Management from the esteemed Hoteschool Heerlen in the Netherlands.
About Lotame Lotame is a data management platform that lets marketers, agencies, and publishers harness audience data to make smarter marketing product and business decisions. Through our platform, clients can learn more about their most valuable customers, find prospects that look and act exactly like such customers, and then execute ad campaigns and content strategies that target the most valuable customers across all digital devices.
The Grue-crew immediately skewer Doc’s love for found footage as they review JeruZalem on this week’s episode of HNR. The Israeli film from directors Doron Paz and Yoav Paz follows a pair of Americans visiting Jerusalem when the apocalypse poops on their parade. They race to escape the city as giants, monsters and flying zombies attack. Thomas is quick to point out that the film’s main device,…
John Bence “Disquiet, Pt. 1”
Roly Porter “In System”
Aristophanes “As You Want”
Ghost Noise “Empty Air Computer”
Joey LaBeija “HateF**k”
This Mortal Coil “Kangaroo”
Savages “Sad Person”
Fort Romeau “Seventyfour”
Beat Detectives “When You Wake Up”
Geneva Jacuzzi “Cannibal Babies”
Nico Motte “Life Goes On If You Are Lucky”
On Retinae “Dip In The Pool”
Dead Can Dance “Carnival Of Light”
Martin Dupont “Doron Doron”
Eric Copeland “Elephant”
Lil Yachty “1Night”
Khotin “Human Voice”
Andrea & Alexander “Amazing Grace”
Eric Copeland “Stud Music”
CP / BW “Mr. Weasles”
Oil Thief “Death Sieve”
Beatrice Dillon “FACE B”
Fingers INC. “Shadows”
Golden Teacher “Castlemilk”
Nico MOtte “Beats Benny Keats”
Yves De Mey “Yearned”