mobility core

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MANO, CHEGA A SER DEVASTADOR os diálogos que ele tem com o Zack, mas principalmente aquele que ele tem com o Gênesis. Puta merda!

Quando ele diz que o Gênesis poderia ficar com o título de “herói”, eu senti um apertinho no peito. :( Man, ele dá zero fodas pra isso. Ele só quer o amigo dele, that’s it.

Nessas que você vê como o personagem virou 360 graus. Porque apesar de afirmarem no FFVII que o Sephiroth “enlouqueceu”, que está “diferente”, nós não temos base alguma - principalmente porque, nas memórias do Cloud, naquele diálogo na entrada de Nibelheim, ele não parece ser muito são.

Sei lá, ele tá esquisito. :V Comentando sobre o pai e tal. Ao menos foi a impressão que eu tive.

AGORA a coisa muda totalmente de figura, agora sim é perceptível a mudança. Ele realmente virou OUTRA pessoa.

trends to leave behind in 2016: putting down any of the xiaolin dragons to make jack/the person (or xiaolin dragon) you ship him with look better

From Ramins IG:

I may have abs but doesn’t mean I have a strong core. Going back to basics to start the new year and working on strengthening my core and mobility work. Inevitability to get stronger. Fine folks at @loughtonmovementclinic have shown me there’s a lot to improve on. Real eye opener. New start. Can always improve. #fitfam #olympiclifting #explosiveness#strength #condition #squat #tempo#pause #excersise #fitness #core#boxjump #esses #loughton #reebok#underarmour

Carcasses of lesser angels recovered from the craters pockmarking the outer circles were discovered to, once mummified in unholy oils, to become ideal reserves of power for artificial haloes, allowing their usage as “Angel Batteries”, the core of mobile weapons platforms used frequently as ersatz artillery in the latter years of The War. Barely capable of executing even simple commands given their dessicated and distorted nature, the angelic pilots were used predominantly as a form of psychological warfare when deployed, although other angels were used as static mounted batteries for facilities on the ground to great effect.

- Account Of The War, Vol XIV

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The Square Enix Experience at SDCC

Come check out Square Enix’s 2015 lineup at 7th & Market and meet with members of the team from the new mobile title Lara Croft GO. Get your hands on an exclusive item (quantities limited), snag a photo with cosplayer Nadyasonika in her GO ensemble, and get the chance to win early access to the game. 

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“In the old days an armada with so many cosmo fighters would have been more than adequate for the task at hand, but cosmo fighters had been designed for the radar age. Widespread use of Minovsky particles had made radar ineffective, and rendered former former tactic obsolete. Instead of hit–and-run attacks, true close-quarter combat had become the norm. Even homing missiles were nearly useless.

As a result, when the Principality of Zeon had first developed it’s Zaku model mobile suit, it had gained an overwhelming advantage. The Earth Federation Forces continued to manufacture and deploy cosmo fighters only because they had no choice; they development and production of mobile suits had lagged too far behind that of Zeon.”

- from Mobile Suit Gundam: Escape; by Yoshiyuki Tomino

Compare Windows 10 Editions

Here they are:
• Windows 10 Home, which is the most basic PC version.
• Windows 10 Pro, which has touch features and is meant to work on two-in-one devices like laptop/tablet combinations, as well as some additional features to control how software updates get installed — important in the workplace. 
• Windows 10 Enterprise, which will have extra management features. We have some ideas of pricing here, as Microsoft is touting a $7/month Windows 10 Enterprise subscription for businesses that also includes a bunch of juicy, lucrative cloud services. 
• Windows 10 Mobile for Smartphone’s. 
• Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise, which is like the one above, but with more business management features. 
• Windows 10 Education, which is optimized for schools.
• Windows 10 IoT Core, which is for robots, smart sensors, and — well, if you need it, you’ll know it.