Hello, I am looking for the lost episodes of the nicktoons short, tortellini western. There are a few shorts on youtube however there are some lost episodes and 4 seasons of unaired episodes. Someone has contact the creator of the shorts before, but they said nicktoons had them. I am new to finding lost media, but is there any advice you could give me of who to contact? Thanks!
Hi everyone! I see so many posts on here about people who are new to Waco or are coming to visit and are asking for food and activity recommendations. Waco is such a wonderful place and I figured I'd put together a big list of the things I have experience with to help people get started. If you think something should be added, reply to this thread and I'll add it to the list (I also selfishly want more recommendations, haha).
This is a nice park along the Brazos river. There's quite a few nice trails with good spots for picnics and pretty pictures. This is the biggest and most popular park in Waco, and for good reason. They just put up a bunch of different statues of animals, which is fun for kids and pictures. There's also a huge (like really it's impressive) disc golf course if you're into that.
Brazos Park East
This is across the river from Cameron Park, and imo is probably the most underrated spot in Waco. Especially in the morning the sun hits the hills and trees across from the park and makes for a really beautiful sight. It's smaller and less crowded than Cameron Park, and isn't quite as "nice." It connects to Cameron Park, so you could walk both if you wanted to.
This is down the river from Cameron Park and you can walk there from the either parks above. It's really pretty especially at night. There are ducks everywhere so bring some crackers if you're into that (kids love it).
This is part of the river walk. It's a historical bridge with a bunch of cool statues all around. It's really nice for pictures and lights up super pretty at night. This is one of my favorite spots in town. Unfortunately it is currently closed (though you can still look at it from the river walk), and it seems it will be for a while.
This is a little more "out of the way," but there are some nice spots (and some more secluded spots if you like that). There are so many little places on the lake, but it'd be great for a picnic or bbq. Just make sure you buy a parking pass ($5 last I was there), because they will absolutely get you. I have had no luck fishing there, but apparently it's a good wiper (hybrid) lake.
Cottonwood Creek Golf Course
This is a surprisingly nice golf course. Prices are reasonable and the people are always so nice (they let me borrow a club every time I go down to the driving rage).
Sul Ross Skatepark
It's actually a kind of nice skatepark. There's a g... keep reading on reddit ➡
Stand Name: 「COLD COLD COLD」 Namesake: Col Cold Cold by Cage the Elephant Localized Name: 「Freeze Freeze Freeze」 Type: Long range - Operation type
User: Antonio Tortellini
User Bio: Antonio lived quite a lavish life for the most part, he lived in mansions, he owned private jets, he was getting bitches left and tight and he was only 10 years old. But when he manifested his stand, shit started going down hill. The Tortellini's are well known Stand Haters for something that happened in their family tree that, broke it in some way so now the Tortellini's were divided into to Family trees, Antonio got the rich side up until his family learned he had a Stand, which resulted in shots very fired, and in the end mass homicide. This lead to Antonio going to the other side of the Family tree who was in a Western like area, and asked his other side of the family to teach him how to use his stand right. After years of training, Antonio learned how to use the full potential of his stand, becoming one of the most greatest marksmen to ever live. Now in the present day, legends has it that if you come across a Cowboy with a a sharp edged cowboy hat, either you fucked up somewhere or het the hell out of his way, because he'll shoot ya down with a YEEEEEEE HAAAAAAAW. Stats-
Power: D (Physically)/ B(Guns)
Description: 「COLD COLD COLD」is a artificial humanoid. It appears to look like that of a cowboy with its hat, boots, and poncho. They also have 2 wide white eyes as well as a robot mouth similar to that of bender from Futurama. It's pretty slim but sturdy, but still fragile so not really good in close combat. Its color scheme is black, brown, velvet, aaaand beige. They also have two full size Ruger GP100 .357 Magnum 1705 revolvers which are colored icy red.
COLD BULLETS: 「COLD COLD COLD」main ability comes from their dual revolvers. They are able to shoot bullets then when hits something locks and freezes that object whether it's in mid air or in motion, the target will freeze in place, almost it a stasis of some sorts. 「COLD COLD COLD」is able to control the effects of they're bullets from totally frozen to the target being as slow as a slug. The effects wear of on how frozen the target is so say for instance the target was completely frozen, it would take about 1 minute. The bullets also hurt less than real bullets but still hurts if shot enough.
YOUR AIN'T GOING NOWHERE: 「COL... keep reading on reddit ➡
Primer, Introduction, Theorem 1 (part 1), Theorem 1 (Part 2), Corollary 1, Scholium 1.1/2/3, Theorem II (Part 1), Theorem II (Part 2), Theorem II (Parts 3 & 4), Corollary 2, Scholium 2.1/2/3/4, Judgment Derp, Theorem III (Part’s 1,2,3), Theorem III (Part’s 4,5,6), Corollary 3, Scholium 3, Theorem IV, Corollary 4:, Scholium 4, End of Reading Groups Synopsis
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Reading Group — Sex & the Failed Absolute
Theorem III: The Three Unorientables (first three sections)
Theorem III is a six course metaphysical meal full of impossibilities, including twisted Möbius strips of tagliatelle cut from a donut, cross-cap shaped tortellini and 4 dimensional wine... keep reading on reddit ➡
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I've been trying to put together a good trail 100 miler performance for a couple years now. NJ
Sufferfest Ultra Fest was derailed by the worst weather I've ever experienced at a race, and Grindstone exposed some weaknesses in my conditioning and mental fortitude. In each case, I finished the race but I was left with the lingering feeling that I could have done much better had a few things gone differently.
Vermont 100 was the race where weather, training, and race prep finally came together and (almost) everything went right.
Note: 100 miler races are as much of an adventure for the crew and pacers as they are for the runners. My wife Alex was kind enough to write her own account of the race, and her comments are interspersed with mine throughout this report, denoted by italics.
#History and Training Vermont is one of the oldest 100 milers in the country and the only east coast race in the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning. Back in 2015, I paced a runner for the last 30 miles of the course, and while it lacked the awe inspiring views and heart pounding climbs that I often seek in races, I was drawn in by its history and the serene farmland through which the course passed. The unique aspect of the race is that it is run side by side with a horse race, meaning that riders and runners are constantly passing one another (horses are faster uphill and on roads, but runners are faster on technical downhills).
Needing a Western States qualifier for 2017, I signed up the day registration opened. Although I never trained specifically for Vermont's rolling dirt roads, I figured my local roads and trails were a reasonable approximation. This would come back to bite me a little in the form of extreme soreness, but it did not have a huge impact on my race performance.
With only four weeks between Manitou's Revenge and Vermont, I did not have enough time for any significant training and instead relied on my residual fitness from prior training blocks. A ten day trip to the San Juan Mountains with Alex helped me maintain a weekly elevation gain of about 10,000 feet, and a PR at the Revolutionary Run 10K let me know that my cardio was as good as ever. Unfortunately, I managed to tweak my soleus (calf) muscle in the fi... keep reading on reddit ➡
Special mention to u/GloryToPrussia for being the first to think of this.
Long ago, two species ruled over Earth.
Poles... and Countryballs.
One day, war broke between them.
It should have been over by Christmas.
Quite surprisingly, even though the Countryball King was the mighty Asgermany, the Poles won.
Filled with CLAY, they deprived the Countryballs of their own and sealed them underground.
MANY YEARS LATER...
Legends say those who climb that mountain get annexed.
Characters and performers
Polandball as Polisk
Austriaball as Flower das Flowerreich
UKball as Torielic Kingdom
Massiliaball as Froggeater and Final Froggeater
Cymruball as Walesun and Walesalot
Luxembourgball as Looxembourg and Luxematism
Vanatuball as Vanatoid
Micronesiaball as Migonesia
Moldaviaball as Moldsmavia and Moldabygg
Eestiball as Eestablook (very high suicide rate)
Switzerlandball as Swiss the Skeleton
Italiaball as Papytalia the Skeleton
Djiboutiball as Snowdjibouti and Childjibouti
Icelandball as Ice Cap
Denmarkball as Lesser Denny, Greater Denny, Dennyressa, Dennamy and Annoying Denny
Jamaicaball as Jamairot
Dominicaball as Dogminica
Grenadaball as Grenyde
Jordanball as Jordy
USSRball as UssrDyne
Belarusball as Belarus KidArmeniaball as Aarmenia
Western Saharaball as Western Shua
Sierra Leoneball as Shyerren
Ohioball as Ohiosan
Dominicaball as Mad Dumminica and Glad Dumminica
Japanball as jATeMmIE
USAball as McMuffet's
East Germanyball as Alpheast Germany
Vietnamball as Vulkinam
Syriaball as Hijacked Plane
Philippinesball as Philippyrope
Somaliaball as So Malia
Guyanaball as Royal Guyanas
Franceball as Baguettaton and Baguettaton EAUX
Mongoliaball as Mongoliadjick
Kazakhbrick as Kazaknight
(what sense would amalgamates make in this)
Germanyball as Asgermany
Austriaball as Austriel Reichmurr
Prussiaball as Charussia
Bruno Bozzetto as B. B. Bozzetter (the first, true creator of PB)
Canadaball as Clamada Girl
It should have been over by Christmas (Polantale)
Hold fast your clay (GAME OVER)
Dein bester freund (Flower das Flowerreich)
Torielic Kingdom (Torielic Kingdom)
Reminders of easier times (The Ruins)
Sad, sad fight (Eestablook)
**TeaAche (T... keep reading on reddit ➡
This aired on either Nickelodeon or Disney between 2000 and 2008. It had some Mexican themes similar to El Tigre or Mucha Lucha. As the character hummed the tune he would go "Womp, womp, woooomp". It was followed by just instrumental music. That's all I got it's killing me.
My favorite author is Michael Crichton. Creator of the legendary TV series ER. And author to some of the best books of all time. These include Jurassic Park, Lost World, Andromeda Strain, and many many others.
Hey guys! I just wanted to thank you all for your advice and tips in regards to my day trip to Cleveland from Buffalo, NY! I couldn't get over how beautiful the city is. The West Side Market was AWESOME, but parking was CRAZY!! I'll try and find some side parking next time. My fiance and I wished we had brought a bigger cooler so that we could've brought back home some more goodies from there! We ordered from Steve's Gyro which was mentioned in the comments and WOW was I happy that you guys mentioned that! That gyro was well worth the wait and enough for 2-3 meals. We then went to the Western Reserve Historical Society because we both love history. Unfortunately, my fiance and I underestimated how long it would take us to tour the museum and didn't have enough time to ride the carousel or really look at the automobiles but the Bingham-Hanna Mansion was very interesting and the "In Grand Style" exhibit was wonderful. I especially loved the Coco Chanel Dress! After the museum closed, we were planning on heading to Little Italy for dinner but we were still stuffed from our gyro so we went to the 55th Street Marina. Sadly, most of the boats that we had seen while driving into the city had already docked for the day but it was still a beautiful view. I have not seen Lake Erie like that! Are there any recommendations for other spots along Lake Erie in Cleveland to check out? We then went through the cultural gardens which were also beautiful. A lot of weddings this weekend were there for pictures and I could see why! Finally, we went to Little Italy. My fiance and I embraced our inner child and rode the swings in the Brescia playground. From there, we went to Mia Bella for dinner. Our server was such a sweetheart. I had the Award-Winning Cheese Tortellini with Chicken and my fiance had the Pasta Verde. It was super filling--i barely ate half of it. Regardless of the fact that I waddled out of the restaurant, I HAD to end our trip with the purchase of a cannoli. We both purchased a cannoli and a piece of Cassata cake, which I still haven't eaten yet, but are apparently amazing from Corbo's according to YELP reviews. Those bad boys are my sweet treats for tonight and probably tomorrow evening. Needless to say, we had a stuffed cooler on our way home.
Thank you guys again for all of your recommendations -- we will be "fleeing to the Cleve' " again very soon!
Bwhahah I tricked you with my faux Italian knowledge and google translate title.
So in 2008 I studied abroad in Rome and spent a week in Florence. Our last night there we ate the best meal of my life. It was amazing, like the skies opened and angels peed on my tongue! I just cant remember what the restaurant is called and only a vague memory of where it was. If anybody here can help, I want to add it to a list of places I recommend for some friends traveling there in October.
What I can remember:
I wish I remembered more, hopefully you guys can help me. I want to share my wonderful memories of Italy with those I love.