Mitä mieltä oot näistä meijjän presidentti ehdokkaista?
Nils Torvalds, rkp: kivat sukat :D jaa-a, mielipide neutraali, antaa Nilsin porskuttaa rauhassa.
Merja Kyllönen, vasemmistoliitto: idealistinen ja kokenut europarlamentaarikko. Tosin vaikka suorapuheisuus on hyvä asia, mutta välillä Merjalla jää musta filtteri kotiin. En ole vakuuttunut ulkopoliittisesta osaamisesta, vaikka EU:lla onkin töissä. Plussaa arvoista ja rasismin vastaisuudesta.
Sauli Niinistö, istuva presidentti: voihan Sale sentään ja jaksuhaleja Lennulle. En oo ihan saanu kiinni siitä miksi Sauli on muka niin ylivoimainen?? Ku ei tässä kuuden vuoden aikana Sauli ny mitään niin järin hienoa ole tehnyt. Mielipide neutraali, hieman huonohko ja epäselvä puhuja mun makuun.
Pekka Haavisto, vihreät: Peksi, tuo arjen ja tasa-arvon sekä oikeudenmukaisuuden sankari. Diplomaattinen ja nykypäivässä elävä poliitikko, jolla on kokemusta ja taitoa. Ymmärtää mistä kansalaisten kenkä puristaa, tosin kokemus paljolti ulkopolitiikassa, joten hmmm. Plussaa ilmastoasioista, tulisi varmasti hyviä muutoksia. Mielipide positiivinen.
Paavo Väyrynen: Pliis, lopeta. Ei enää. Mitä se kertoo ku Paavon ehdokkuuksista on vitsailtu melki 20 vuotta…
Tuula Haatainen, sdp: Ihmisoikeudet, ottaa asioita napakasti puheeksi ja nostaa niitä esille. Miksi hänestä ei tykkäisi? Vaikka demari onkin, niin eihän se pressan työhön vaikuta. Puhuu hyvin lasten asemasta ja oikeuksista. Plussaa myön käytännön kokemuksesta esim hoitotyöstä. Mielipide positiivinen.
Matti Vanhanen, keskusta: Lautakasa-matti :D hyviä pointteja kahtiajakautumisesta ja siitä kuinka Suomelle ei saisi käydä niin. Mielipide neutraali.
Laura Huhtasaari, ps: Voi laura laura… Huhtasaari on kyllä hyvin tajunnu pelata tätä peliä. Kärkeillä kommenteilla ja mielipiteillä saa palstatilaa = kaikki tietää edes jotain. En pidä eu-vastaisuudesta, vaikka Huhtasaari onkin nostanut esille ihan tärkeitä ongelmakohtia, mutta se ei riitä syyksi eroon eu:sta. Ja koska opitaan, että kahtiajakautuminen ole koskaan hyvä vaihtoehto? eikö mitään olla opittu 2010-luvulta? Brexit ja trump? Olipa kuinka kivoja ja fiksuja juttuja niin Huhtasaari on liian lähellä ääripäätä ja se ei minusta sovi presidentin ominaisuudeksi, lietsoo vihapuhetta ja ei ymmärrä todellisuutta. Kalastelee tietyn ihmisryhmän ääniä. Presidentin tulee olla diplomaattinen, ei uhkaava.
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Species: Aurorus / male Caught in: AlphaSapphire Hunt data: Less than 200 eggs with masuda method Pokemon data: 5IV Modest in Poke ball
Ahh aint he just the most beautiful being you’ve ever seen? People give Aurorus too much shit for having a poor defensive typing, while completely ignoring all the good sides this fossil has over its counterpart Tyrantrum. Refrigerate isn’t something to play around with.
I bred Lazaeran along with Tuula (Jynx, photoshoot incoming) for my mono ice team I ran as an ice type gym leader once. Choice Specs Freeze Dry and Earth Power are something the team has appreciated over and over, and the Trick Room Jynx provides is just perfect to go with this gorgeous powerhouse. I still use that team just for fun.
I know I’ve gone into detail about this in places like Discord, but here’s a post to holistically describe one of the more key ideas expressed by this blog and my particular interpretation/alternate universe for Jhin–
My Jhin is Khada Jhin. What is meant by this is that I see canon Jhin struggling to fit the mold he sets out for himself with the name “Khada Jhin” in that Khada Jhin is not just a false name, it’s an entire facade, a complete person that Jhin must become, this “Khada Jhin” naturally containing every facet of mind and being that he covets or wants to be.
Although the same age, with this in mind I see my Jhin as being ten years in the future in terms of personality and character development. Canon Jhin makes no progress with becoming this perfect man in Tuula, not when he’s told time and again that what he does in order to further that progress is heinous, vile and evil. My Jhin–as the Golden Demon–gets no treatment. He escapes Tuula in a month and returns to the chase as if it never happened.
There are several details that result from this completed transformation, namely in how easily my Jhin reveals his face to others as Khada Jhin (not the Golden Demon) without recourse or anxiety, such that he is well past the forsaken, ugly creature he was convinced he was, thereby losing his mask as a crutch to hide with, and that’s only the detail most prominent.
All in all, I consider my portrayal, among other things, to explore the Jhin that has reached his mental peak and overcome the final obstacles that could possibly put an end to his work. He now simply is, without opportunity for discussion otherwise.
I feel that you know jhin v well, and I understood a lot more about him after looking through your blog! ^^ one question, why do you think jhin has chosen the weapons he uses now, if that makes sense?
Thank you for the compliment! The crazy thing is that I can really recommend everyone liking a character constantly for such a long time (nearly two years, damn) cause it’s crazy how close you grow to that character. I think a complex character as Jhin needs that time to dive into ones mind.
That’s really interesting too! As far as we know Jhin got Whisper from one of his employers, preferrably the group of man which got Jhin out of Tuula. I think they did pay for this weapon to give Jhin more potential in killing and to spread fear by giving a killer like Jhin a really cruel weapon. Cause his the cruelty (and beauty) of his work significantly improves with Whisper. In his lore it is said that: ,The gun held four shots. Each bullet had been infused with magical energy. Each bullet was as perfect as a Lassilan monk’s blade. Each bullet was the paint from which his art would flow. Each bullet was a masterpiece. It didn’t just cut apart the body. It rearranged it.The rehearsal at the mill town had already shown the gun’s potential. And his new employers had been pleased with the work’s reception.’ Additionaly to that they somehow needed to make Jhin work for them. And giving an artist new brushes for their art is a good start, isn’t it?
Previously to Whisper he worked with knives as said in his lore: ,The scale and precision of the new device made his previous work with blades seem insignificant by comparison. Understanding firearm mechanics had taken him weeks of study, but evolving his chi techniques from blades had taken months.’
The interesting question is: Did Jhin somehow designed Whisper after his own wishes? And even though it isn’t clarified I would totally say yes. Jhin is such a stubborn and self-willed man, he wouldn’t even think about taking a weapon as his which he didn’t at least designed. Ofc he didn’t actually crafted it but I am pretty sure that he didn’t just took it saying: Oh yeah this will be my new weapon.
The accelerator and the second weapon may be tools he got after creating his new killing technique. It must have been a ton of work for him to evolve from killing with just knives. I can see him trying to figure out a new technique that somehow complements Whisper for days, if not for weeks or months. And that’s when he created his weapontools.
Btw I love how fond Jhin is of Whisper. He cleans the damn thing with so much love and adoration, it’s kinda cute.
There is a man lying on the ground, hand extended into the air and terror etched into his features.
There is a boy, standing tall, a blade in his hand and rage in his heart.
Zed stares down at Jhin, murderous intent flaring in his eyes. He takes a step forwards, lifting his weapon, and Jhin, the Golden Demon, murderer, actor, fraud, flinches, scared for perhaps the first time in his life. Zed whips his hand back, ready to jerk his blade across Jhin’s trembling throat, when Kusho throws his hand in front of Zed.
“No,” he says, and Zed and Jhin both stare at him, shocked.
“No,” Kusho repeats, taking his own steps towards Jhin, stooping down to bind his wrists and ankles. “He will be imprisoned. Balance must be maintained Killing him would ensure only the loss of yet another life.”
When the guards arrive to take Jhin off to Tuula, the surrounding crowd erupts in cheers and celebration. The air is abuzz with excitement. “We’re safe!” People shout, clinking glasses together. “We’re free!” Some walk up to Kusho, to Shen, to Zed, congratulating them on their success.
Zed doesn’t notice any of it. The people celebrate a mistake, and all he can hear is the terrible sound of betrayal veiled behind every word Kusho speaks. The demon escaped their clutches for four years – how can Tuula possibly expect to do any better?