As above. Please. Current parking arrangements at Variks are causing management a huge headache and we have had several complaints from local residents.
As I was helplessly flailing my limbs around, desperately trying to break free, an otherwordly voice said: "You sir are really lucky, that a spider this big didn't damage your ear drum".
It’s a fucking joke how cigarettes are treated here and the irony of seeing people smoke in front of a hospital entrance makes me laugh. Taking my child and sitting outside in a restaurant to enjoy a nice warm day when a cloud of smoke just consistently comes on our face.
Will there be any changes in the work to fix all this? Why is smoking so prevalent here when Germany is so careful with health and healthcare?
Forgive me if some words are weird, but I have seen it in Japanese and have to look English translations of it up online as writing this.
Spoilers until anime Season 1 material (I seen manga but since test is on Season 1)
Basically, the Corp is in losing war with very limited pool of soldiers that barely keep their organization going with very talented ppl on top, but their entrance test bascially relies on nothing but stupid luck that kills more than half the volunteers (many of which who already spent years of teaching from very talented ex-Demon slayers) when it is a good year.
Then they go complain about how they are lacking in human resources???
Maybe if they put a better test system where the majority of students won't be forced to be killed off they would have better luck???
Also, it is very inadequte test as it is about survival. Demon Slayers job is, well, slaying Demons. What this test determines is whether one can run away from Demons (even if it is letting one they could kill go away or abandoning other Slayers). Test's situation is far worse than most early assignments a lone beginning Slayer gets sent off to (this lone rookie mission system is also very weird and ineffective but that would be going off topic) since it is dealing with dozens of Demons constantly for a week straight, while many missions seem to be lone Demon in towns where Slayers can take rest, taking over a few days at tops.
(And we do see there are positions in Demon Slayer that doesn't specify in combat, like ppl who take care of Slayers in their base or in fields. So even if their fighting skills may not be up to killing Demons, ppl with at least a grasp on how to combat against them can help! There is simply zero reason to keep wasting ppl lives just because 'not strong enough')
Finally, entireity of the system is literally going against their very own oath. To keep Demons from killing more humans. They are basically letting Demons kill more humans in their own controlled lands. This is particaullay troublesome when you see the test led to a very powerful and spiteful Demon being created, going against Urokodaki's students.
If you ask me, they should dropped the whole entrance system away and made it a scout mission of sorts. Then coming across Hand Demon (who was hunting for Urokodaki's students in secret) and proceed to have multiple casualities by it. This would have made deaths still tragic and show dangers of fighting against powerful Demon with u... keep reading on reddit ➡
Context: It's a meeting of all the nobs in the Waaagh! of Da Meklord. They just meet a big freeboter fleet.
The temperature in the Waaagh! room plummeted. Ufthak could see his breath in front of his face, and faint tendrils of frost began to creep along the walls. Orks readied their weapons, unsure what was going on but ready to fight it, or, if no better options presented themselves, each other.
The air pressure increased rapidly, from unnoticeable to the point where Ufthak felt like something was pressing in on his eardrums. He shook his head and growled, trying to clear the sensation, but it persisted until–
A bubble of energy washed out from the other end of the dais to where Da Meklord was standing, sending the smoke of his entrance billowing, and incidentally knocking the fumes aside to give every ork in the room a clear view of…
The mightiest freebooter kaptin who’d ever lived. The hero of the War of Dakka, the Breaker of the Grand Guard, and the Plunderer of Tanhotep. He stood resplendent in his lead-lined greatcoat, his bald head crowned by his mighty bicorn, which was as tall as a well-fed grot and dripping with medals taken from the corpses of humie commanders. He was leaning casually on his longblade choppa, and had Da Rippa, a gun so radioactive its simple presence in a room practically constituted an aggressive act, tucked under his arm. He was flanked by three more Flash Gitz, each one imitating him so far as possible in their mode of dress and armament, but not coming close to rivalling his sheer ostentatiousness and utter gaudy magnificence. Lurking behind them all was an ork that had to be Badmek Mogrok, another Bad Moons big mek, who fought under Badrukk’s banner and was undoubtedly the source of his teknologickal advances.
For the first time in his life, Ufthak Blackhawk laid eyes on an ork who might just be as impressive as Da Meklord.
‘Ta-daaa!’ Badrukk bellowed, as though he hadn’t just tellyported into the middle of his rival’s command structure, on his rival’s warship.
I think that scene was just funny and a great example how good the teleportation tech of the orks is. Also that hat is just great.
Light Blue - Girls' Drop-Off and Entrance to Trail
Dark Blue - Path to the Bridge
Yellow - Probable Path to Crime Scene
Red - Approximate Crime Scene and Exit Route for BG to Graveyard
Pink - BG's Entrance to the Trail
Everything about this case is strange, and everybody is very certain of their own theory. I didn't realize until recently exactly where the girls were dropped off. Before I go off and describe the diagram above, let me just wax theoretical for a moment about how I perceive this case.
This is clearly a case of premeditated murder. I'm not sold on the idea that the girls were catfished, especially since LE discredited that theory early-on (after reneging on their original suggestion). However, the crime really only makes sense if there was some premeditation: in other words, BG absolutely was there to stalk and kill somebody. The photo of BG has been analyzed forever, but I really would be spectacularly stunned if the beige square by his hip wasn't a kill kit -- more specifically, if it wasn't a deer kit which are carried by hunters to skinning and slaughtering deer. Also, the crime scene where the girls were found doesn't make any sense unless BG lead them there on purpose -- and for good reason.
He had a thousand different direction to bring the girls to in order to kill them, and unless he had scouted the area beforehand extensively which, while possible, I just don't think was the case. He also clearly must have had some kind of weapon since one or both of the girls would have ran for help otherwise. Granted, it's hard to leave your friend behind to get murdered... but putting that aside, BG must have had some kind of weapon (and clearly, ultimately did). That location was a perfect place to make a kill and get out without being seen. Their bodies were found in a decline area, too, so even if somebody was at the graveyard it's unlikely that they would have been seen from the graveyard even while the murder was occurring. I think that, once the case is solved, we will see that BG set up the murder spot beforehand.
For Libby to have felt creeped out by BG enough to record him, there must have been some encounter prior to the bridge. Maybe he was following them for a while, maybe he even tried talking to them. For context, I am a 6'3'' 230... keep reading on reddit ➡