<b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b>Tatsumaki :</b> You are not going to win this time, Caped Baldy.<p/><b>Saitama:</b> An interesting theory. Let me propose an alternative one: I am going to win this time.<p/><b>Tatsumaki :</b> Ah, but-<p/><b>Saitama:</b> And this is a theory I have built up from the following postulates: one – I win every time; two – this is a time; three – I will win this time.<p/></p><p/></p><p/></p><p/></p>
Today I was at some malls lounging around for 7 hours because I couldn’t get home, and during that time I decided to visit our local gamestores and ask them questions, mostly pertaining to the 3rd of March, when I came across this
AND I DIDN’T PLAN ON SPENDING MONEY BECAUSE I’M SAVING MONEY (read: dirt poor) AND I DON’T REALLY NEED THIS BUT… I N E E D THIS see the difference
So in other words, Danganronpa is a disease and it will it slowly but surely eat out the rest of my life
at least whoever sees me playing consoles somewhere would immediately know I’m a huge trash for danganronpa
here’s to hoping V3 will tremendously exceed my expectations so I have enough resolve to remove the silicon vita case and just use the case with the V3 cast
February 27, 1917 - German Bombing Raids in Salonika
Pictured - French anti-aircraft gunners aim their 75mm weapon.
Allied forces in northern Greece held a position that stretched from Albania to the mouth of the river Sturma. This force, the Armée d’Orient, was commanded by French General Maurice Sarrail (the French Army’s token socialist) and had an international composition. Alongside the French, British troops under General George Milne held 90 miles of front. Serbs, Italians, Russians, Montengrins, Greeks, and colonial troops added their firepower as well.
Sarrail was planning an offensive for spring 1917, but the Germans took every opportunity to wreak havoc. On February 27, fifteen triple-engineered bombers swooped down to attack British soldiers, causing many casualties in the open. A week later they bombed the hospital many of the wounded were taken to, killing several in their beds. Another casulty of the Salonika front that spring was Field Marshal Sir John French’s sister, who was distributing food with the Serbian Relief Fund in Monstir. She was killed by shrapnel during an artillery barrage.
so there are two possibilities as I see them: 1.) someone out there is not only profoundly unhinged, but also uncannily skilled in reading the inner workings of the fandom (specifically of the handful of us remaining) to such an extent that they would have to *be* one of us, or 2.) the arg has finally begun to make sense
Haas F1 Team’s 2017 challenger in the Formula One World Championship, the VF-17, has made its official debut. Now, it hits the track for the first day of preseason testing at Circuit de Barcelona – Catalunya.
The VF-17 follows the team’s very first car, the VF-16, which carried Haas F1 Team to an eighth-place finish in the 2016 constructor standings. Twenty-nine points were scored by the VF-16 during Haas F1 Team’s inaugural season, the largest points haul of any new Formula One team in this millennium.
Incorporating “VF” into the name of the car is a nod to the history of Haas Automation, the team’s title sponsor. The first CNC machine manufactured by Haas Automation was the VF-1 in 1988. The “V” stands for vertical, which is an industry standard designation for a vertical mill. Gene Haas, founder of Haas Automation, added “F1” to the name to unofficially designate it as the company’s “Very First One”.