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One Piece Episode 94

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One Piece Episode 94

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That said, the final sequence of this episode, where Goku uses Fortuneteller Baba's magic to bring Frieza back to the physical world for his 24 hours, has such a curious air to it that the "coming together" atmosphere of the episode still shines through. Dragon Ball's usual "villains to allies" cliché slowed down immensely starting with Frieza back in the day, so even in the context of this series where we see bad guys fight against a common enemy all the time, there's still a fresh novelty here. He's such a bad person (alien?), but we know he doesn't have much logical reason to break his word. When he finally materializes on earth and shares a few teasing and antagonistic gut punches with Goku, it's almost alarmingly cute, and I mean that in a good way.

This is an episode full of little moments that really sell the appeal of Super. Also on the 17 train of thought, there's a nice moment where Piccolo offers him a handshake and thankful words, and as far as Frieza goes, it's hilarious to see Vegeta try to cover up the Tournament of Power in front of Trunks by talking Frieza up as a good guy who's turned over a new leaf. The shot of Vegeta then sulking at the table, contemplating the disgusting thing he just said, is one of the funniest things I've seen from this show in a long time.

We're still moving ever so slowly to finally beginning the Tournament of Power, but I'm continuing to enjoy this mold of small steps and cliffhangers over the one-and-dones and two-parters that made up the rest of this recruitment arc. This episode ends with a group of alien assassins hired by the other Universes arriving to kill off Goku and/or Frieza in an attempt at sabotage, and there's a lot to get excited about with Frieza essentially stepping forward, cracking his knuckles, and going gold to wipe out the attackers. Between our multiple Super Saiyan Blues and Golden Frieza, Universe 7's team is getting to be pretty threatening.

Gwendolyn Hallsmith: Okay, well, the community land trust model, we were talking about that earlier. I set, I started this Eco Village in Vermont using that model, and people in the Eco Village own the little place that their home site was built on, so they own their home and they own the little piece of land their home was built on.

Martina: At the time Cristóbal was a film student and like many Chileans back in 2005, he was fascinated by the art heist. That day police frantically searched for the missing sculpture, a piece by Auguste Rodin called the Torso of Adele. It was worth more than one million dollars at the time, according to news reports.

Thank you, Dr. Mund. This has been so insightful. I hope you guys enjoyed this episode. As always, thank you so much. I appreciate you for tuning in to the show. We will see you guys next time and thank you again for your time.

Yeah, it was awful and we should never, NEVER experience that crap again. That was the gist of it, and maybe some bonding with Naruto and the Pervy Sage. But it was bad. But now let me talk about this episode finally, since I got this outta the way.

Hear from agribusiness veteran and Waverley executive director David Farley about his plans for not only the growth of this important piece of wool history but his optimism for a much larger domestic processing industry in Australia.

We celebrate our 150th episode of The Yarn by exploring how the industry is educating the next generation on the impact of differing environments on sheep genetics. Recently in Western Australia, 8 teams, 7 schools, 7 different environments and 1 sheep bloodline took part in the AWI Young Breeders Challenge.

In this episode of Cyber Security Inside What That Means, Camille dives into next generation cryptography and quantum computing with Eddy Zervigon, CEO of Quantum Xchange and Independent Board Member. The conversation covers:

So, as I was mentioning, documentation is huge. Change management, from the definition, there's a few things that I like to call out, and that's the assessing of the change, that's the authorization of the change, and then managing the schedule, right? So, we need to assess what is your plan? What are you gonna do to fix it if it doesn't work, and how are we gonna make sure that it was successful? And then authorizing what are the key stakeholders involved? So, a lot of things that I like to see when an organization is adopting change management is the inclusion of more and more business stakeholders. It's not just IT involved in these changes. And then, lastly, the schedule, so if we've got multiple changes taking place at a time, there's gonna be a lot of risk for that conflict, so making sure that we're scheduling our changes appropriately is going to be a huge piece of change management.

For most of his high school career, Louis lived in a way that he later came to regret. This piece is his investigation into why he did what he did, what made him stop, and, most importantly, if he's really changed for good. Louis tells his story in a straight-forward and engaging manner, often using conversations and interviews conducted with various figures in his life.

After hearing a surprising message from my older brother, I couldn't stop thinking about my poor, old dog Melvin. Divorce pulled me 10 hours north from my old pal six years ago, and I couldn't help but think that things might have ended differently if I were still there with him. Actual voice messages from my family frame the story. It's not as sad as you think (though it did make my mom cry a little). I think you'll enjoy it. I am a true radio rookie - this is my first piece ever! I would absolutely love some feedback.

A vintage montage meditating on the worth, or worthlessness, of the legless reptile. Civilized and primitive man discussing the snake, the human is revealed.(NOTE TO STATIONS: Be sure to frame this piece as "vintage," produced in the 1980s. While the content holds up fine, you need to note the fact that this story was made about 20 years old, so that you don't unintentionally mislead your listeners into thinking these are contemporary voices.) 041b061a72

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