One Piece Episode 447
So here we are in day two of the same conversation, and the remarkable thing is that I am nowhere near being tired of it. This storyline has been so crazy for so long that it takes an episode and a half just to talk it over.
One Piece Episode 447
Incidentally, these last few episodes have really rammed home his bodycount; Joshua reeled off quite a list yesterday, and there was still some left for today (I did find it hilarious when Joshua suggests fetching Trask, and Barnabas turns away all sheepish).
This is yet another one of my my favorite episodes. It really underscored the tragedy of this ruined father-son relationship. I really felt sorry for Joshua, having to deal with the reality that his son is an undead serial killer. Thus was an excellent performance in thus episode by Louis Edmonds.
LEVITT: I was encouraged to see that a couple authors named Jones and Ziebarth wrote a piece in 2017 where they just tried to replicate and extend the first paper. Starting from scratch and extending the data the next 10 years in both the existing sample and in the future sample, they found exactly similar results.
Blissfully unspoilered One Piece noob takes the plunge and wades through the eight-hundred plus episodes of One Piece for the first time.POSTS: Monday, Thursday, Saturday. TWITTER: @thdray1 Will answer questions there too.DISCUSSION: If you want to join in the One Piece chat, I've set replies to week-long followers only (as spoiler protection). Reblogs work, though, so I'll answer from those too.
13:47 - My parents sent me a valentine's day card today. Now, I don't keep in touch with them as much as I used to, and I have to assume they sent it to me to cheer me up about my lack of a romantic partner. As reality has it, I do have a partner, one who I've been dating for almost a year now. I just forgot to tell my parents about my relationship due to how infrequently we catch up. The card that my parents sent me is not only very fancy, but the endorsement on it isn't written on the card directly, but on a piece of paper that slides out of the card. Can I replace it with a new dedication and re-gift this card to my significant other? - Valentine's Vexed in San Francisco
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I could not be more excited to bring you this episode. I love when Sarah comes to hang out with Amanda and me, and now, on with the podcast episode with thirty-three percent more Sarahs! with Sarah J. Maas.
We will link to all the books we mentioned, and I would dearly love to know if this episode is one of your favorites that you relisten to in the future. I know for so many people, the first one we did with Sarah J. Maas was a favorite. I hope this one enters that level too.
(Program not available for streaming.) On June 1, 2009, Flight AF447, an Air France Airbus A330 flying from Rio de Janeiro to Paris, disappeared over the Atlantic Ocean with the loss of all 228 lives. How could a state-of-the-art airliner with elaborate electronic safety and navigation features and a faultless safety record simply fall out of the sky? NOVA assembles a team of seasoned pilots, engineers, and safety experts to examine the evidence that emerged in the weeks following this horrific disaster. What led Flight 447's crew to fly straight into a towering thunderstorm? With expert testimony, satellite weather images, and messages transmitted by the doomed plane's computer system, NOVA pieces together the fatal chain of events.
NARRATOR: Investigators used the same technique touncover why TWA 800 crashed off New York in 1996. Analysis revealed that theplane exploded in mid-air, then pieces of debris drifted slowly down to thewater, with little further damage.
JIM WILDEY: What we see here is that this piece has beenflattened, it's been crushed, it's been torn. And so, this is a very clear signthat this piece was on the airplane when the airplane hit the water.
JIM WILDEY: What we see here is curvature damage on bothsides of this piece, with a fracture down the middle. This damage is consistentwith the airplane hitting relatively flat and with very high hydraulic pressurecoming up from below and deforming this piece, in the manner that's shown here.
NARRATOR: However, using the available evidence, ourindependent team has pieced together the possible chain of events. No singlelink is fatal in itself, but together they provide a plausible scenario for themystery of Flight 447. Around 2:10 a.m., Flight 447 flies into a huge Atlanticstorm. A possible reason: it is hidden from the aircraft radar by a smallerstorm.
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