One Piece Episode 313
Two days have passed since Aqua Laguna, the battle of Enies Lobby, and the tearful passing of the Going Merry. It is a time to gather thoughts, pick up pieces, and resume lives. Zoro sits alone, holding the rusted ruins of Yubashiri and again stuck in a helpless feeling that he hadn't given the sword proper respect, leading to its fate.
One Piece Episode 313
Just then, Franky, Mozu, and Kiwi show up with their usual flamboyance. After the introductions, though, Franky gets serious and starts telling them the story of the Treasure Tree Adam: about how it stood tall even as countless cities fell beneath its huge canopy. The wood of this tree, Adam Wood, is said to be among the strongest in the world but also extremely rare as pieces of it only fall off infrequently. The reason for the story is because Franky had taken the 200M he'd stolen from the Straw Hats and gone to a black market to buy a supply of this wood. At first the Straw Hats are angry, but Franky begs patience. For many years, he'd sworn off shipbuilding (after his Battle Frankies were used to frame Tom). Yet the desire to build never fully left him, so he ended up drawing plans for one last ship: a dream ship as grand and as as daring as Tom's most famous creation: Gold Roger's Oro Jackson. He has the plans, and now he has the materials, so now, in apology, appreciation, and recompense, Franky announces that he will build the ship for the Straw Hats. Everyone starts celebrating.
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.
Everything about Garp is hilarious and awesome and I think I have a new favourite. I liked him way back in episode 68-69, when he was stalking Coby and Helmeppo for shits and giggles and overheard them bitching about him. His dog spirit hood endeared him to me, for some reason. xD
The story then jumps to Claire riding in a carriage on her way to see Lady Abernathy aka Geillis Duncan (Lotte Verbeek). The carriage is slowed by a procession of natives (or slaves?) humming a familiar tune. The sight and sound of this are perplexing for Claire. It is only on my second viewing of this episode that I realize the humming is mimicking the sound of the stones of with which Claire is all too familiar.
Jamie to the rescue, but not before being almost clobbered on the head by Claire. The pair run toward the drumming heard in the distance and come upon a gathering of natives (or slaves as I am not completely sure) as they dance and sing chants around the fire. With Claire and Jamie hidden in the tall grass, this scene harkens back to Claire and Frank hiding at the stones in episode 101. And if you did not pick that up on your own with the score rising and overpowering anything else, the show wants to make sure you get it and melds the two scenes together. Unlike Claire and Frank, Claire and Jamie are found out and pushed into the action only to be saved by Mr. Willoughby (Gary Young).
A girl pokes at Jamie while he is lying on a beach. He comes to and crawls towards Claire who is still unconscious but comes to after Jamie kisses her. As they stare at each other and realize that the ship is gone, they are interrupted by the parents of the girl. They tell Jamie and Claire that the other people from the ship are alive and well, and they have washed up on the beach of Georgia. This is a fitting scene for both the episode and the season as a drone shot pans towards the wreckage on the beach, our favorite couple, and what lies beyond the dunes of Georgia. The ending credits feature the music of a fife, which sets the tone of what is to come in future seasons of Outlander.
I was a little nervous going into this finale because of the changes that have been made to various plot-lines through this half of the season as well as some of my least favorite scenes from the source material but overall I am THRILLED with how they adapted this episode and so many of the little touches it has.
Tzuchien was previously on our Confucius (aka Kongzi) episode, and as we're next planning to do Mencius (aka Mengzi), the most prominent proponent of the Ru tradition after Confucius, Tzuchien suggested we cover Mozi, who was arguing with the Ruhists (Confucians) in between the two figures.
Bone Dry FeenersDownload the episodeLength59:34DateJuly 25, 2016? PreviousNext ?Face 2 Face: Live from Drowzee CityMBMBaM Summer ClubReturn to Episode List"Bone Dry Feeners" was originally released on July 25, 2016.
In this episode, Joe takes some of the mystery out of the selection and care of fruit trees, from picking your trees at the nursery, buying potted versus bareroot, to a little info on planting site, and how fruit trees are propagated through grafting. He also helps vegetable gardener Jamie select the right site and plant her very first fruit tree. Whether you have an acre or a balcony, you too can have your very own backyard orchard.
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Saw one of your episodes on PBS and was interested in the red delicious apple lure you made to trap unwanted insects on apple trees. You showed how to use a coat hanger with the red delicious apple but did not give particulars about the sticky substance used to coat the sides. Could you tell me what the sticky substance was and where I can get it. I live in the Prescott, Arizona area. Thanks.
Apparently our video & recipe were down for that one. It must have happened with our recent website revamp. So sorry. I restored the recipe so you can have it. We should have the video & print function back up Monday afternoon. In the meantime, you can go to the link below for the recipe and of course, you can always watch Nathan cook the recipe on the episode (which is linked at the top of the recipe).
Dear Growing A Greener World, Love your show and learn something new all the time. Please keep up the good work.Am looking for that episode about felt pots and root pruning to share with a friend and just not finding it in your list, please help.thank you, Lynn
On this episode, we show you a rattlesnake hunt. Learn more about how important snakes are to ecosystems. Also, visit outdoor classrooms on an island for a different kind of immersive learning. Then discover how engineers are using data to help robots walk more like humans, and more!
Claire- Alias has mentioned MIT a few times, though they seem more fond of Caltech. I remember one episode where Syd & Co. kidnapped a hacker and had Dixon impersonate him during a meeting. The guy had a British accent and was a CS major at MIT.
I remember that MIT was mentioned in Smallville, in a episode when a very beautiful engineering who works in Luthor Corp develop a program that can hypnotize people by sending them e-mails (she was supposed to be a MIT graduated).
The challenge of the petitioner who was produced in Albany on a writ of habeas corpus from Clinton Prison, two hundred miles away, was reduced before the hearing after conference with his attorney from 939 days disallowed to 590 days. This good time disallowance was thus narrowed to a single episode, unquestionably a serious one, that occurred in Auburn State Prison during March 1962. Two witnesses testified at the hearing, the plaintiff, who in my judgment *1249 was as articulate a witness who could be heard and who gave his version of the serious incident in which he was admittedly involved, and that led to the judgment of the Principal Keeper set forth in Plaintiff Ex. A in this brief fashion: "To Segreg.1 years Lost Time". The lost time, or good behavior time credits taken for a year and one-half are computed to be 545 days, and the length of his segregation from March 14 to April 10, 1962 at Auburn and April 10 to July 28, 1962 at Clinton Prison, Dannemora, is the basis for the additional 45 days good time loss in issue. No good time by prison rule is earned while confined in segregation. (Def. Ex. BInmate's Rule Book, pp. 4-5). The only other witness, who testified was Francis Ryan, called by the plaintiff, Head Correctional Clerk at Clinton Prison who explained the law and rules and procedures applicable and the internal administrative methods followed by the so-called Prison Commutation Board to comply with the statutory review provision when good time forfeiture is reviewed and not restored (Tr. 75 et seq., 234, 235, 236, N.Y.Corr. Law; 7 N.Y. C.R.R. (CorrectionCodes, Rules & Regulation, 60.4(e). Ryan with a long experience in Prison administration evidenced familiarity with all the procedures and at times as he testified sat when necessary as a member of the Commutation Board and was able to tell the full details of the way it actually operates and arrives at decision. (See particularly Tr. 96-105.) 041b061a72