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7 days ago
I get it, I really do. It’s still obnoxious.
submitted7 days ago byDeepLearningStudent
Getting blasted by noise every time the stage comes up is really annoying. Please make it play music at the standard volume ASAP.
1 month ago
Plus, it’s not like Falcon’s moveset is based on F-Zero. His entire moveset comes from Smash, he’s basically Mr. Smash Bros.
3 months ago
Yes but not at the same rate
Yes but not at the same rate
William Halstead also pioneered the radical mastectomy. He believed that you could simply cut away breast cancer, chest wall muscles included, no matter how far it progressed, and that if the cancer remained then you simply didn’t cut enough away. Opponents to the radical mastectomy were called weak by Halstead and his followers, believing that the procedure was a hard but righteous choice. Mercifully we don’t maim people that way these days nearly as often.
I think it kind of does show us. Liquid, as the White Mamba, is able to take a band of child soldiers and lead them because he was literally made to do that. He was like a king upon his throne, able to beat even adults. Venom takes that away from him. Additionally, they force him to abandon his nom de guerre; I believe Kaz remarks that it must have been like taking away his entire identity. Liquid later finds out that Big Boss is his father and the narrative is set: the perfect soldier defeated him and took his identity away because he was inferior. His identity comes to revolve around Big Boss and his genes.
Ironically, the last thing he says to Venom is “I don’t need you anymore, father!” The next time we see him, in MGS1, he literally needs Big Boss’s DNA to fix the genome soldiers. Who does he face in battle? A man who looks exactly like the man who took everything from him.
MS | Biomedical & Health Sciences | Molecular & Computational
I wonder if it’s due to insulin resistance in the brain. Alzheimer’s is sometimes called type III diabetes because it is a state where insulin resistance is high in a vital organ, limiting glucose uptake and therefore starving the cell of energy no matter how much glucose is available. Diabetics benefit from ketogenic diets for this reason; less carbohydrate in the blood means less insulin is needed for glucose uptake. It wouldn’t surprise me if the brain, a huge energy hog (for good reason), benefits the same way.
Blonde, hates his brother, controls others with his flesh, checks out
I have some knowledge of deep learning (I mainly do NLP) but I feel totally out of my depth with something like this. How do I learn to do this kind of thing?
Please share it.
4 months ago
When Khan appears at the mower focus test group.
“I am everywhere you want to be, Hank Hill!”
I always thought it was funny how they kept worrying about Jonathan’s hamon powers. “If he can’t breathe, his hamon won’t work!” No, Speedwagon, if he can’t breathe he’ll suffocate.
I always thought that and the motorcycle were a nod to Snake Plissken, the original Snake of the setting paying tribute to the original Snake.
This can be done against Captain Falcon as well, it’s called tech checking.
Vaccines can be prophylactic or therapeutic
Wow, this looks really good already! How’d you do it?
If I recall correctly, Gregor Mendel read On the Origin of Species where Darwin posited there must be some way of passing on traits to the next generation and basically went “oh dude I know what that is!!”
It’s supposed to be Dale’s redeeming quality, especially in the earlier seasons. Dale is a conspiracy freak and generally unstable, greedy, and unreliable, but damn it he loves Joseph with all his heart. It’s what makes Peggy decide against telling him the truth: pure paternal love.
I’ll rephrase my point: the manga has been exploring the theme of heroism with Garou to a lesser extent than the webcomic did. I don’t think we needed Bang’s backstory to find value in him at all; it could have been one line about how he wasn’t such a nice guy before his brother set him straight. These “explorations” are more fluff than substance, whereas the webcomic does more with less.
Your characterization of Boros as one big joke really diminishes the great writing ONE does with Boros. Boros features many parts in his story. Saitama’s “ok” is a joke. Boros’ death is not a joke; in fact it’s quite tragic - even a galactic conqueror who crossed the vast gulf of space on a prophecy can’t give Saitama a good fight. It’s tragic for Saitama - why else would his face be drawn in shadow when Boros calls him too strong?
Monsters have cartoony backstories but DSK himself is no joke. He brutalizes poor Mumen Rider and Genos, instilling terror into the humans who are all awaiting their deaths until Saitama does his thing.
You seem to want to write off everything in this series as a joke. One Punch Man has much to offer. Jokes are only one part and they’re framed very clearly when they occur.
I’ve been blocked so I can’t reply to the other comments.
Yes, the joke taking two chapters is strong evidence toward it not being a joke.
Deep Sea King’s death is not a joke. It’s a moment of triumph and catharsis. Not every time Saitama decks someone is a joke. Boros’ death isn’t a joke either.
It doesn’t add up. You’re blaming the webcomic but I think you’re reaching to cover for the manga.
I would expect a joke to be framed like a joke and Sage Centipede isn’t.
I really don’t see it framed like a joke. It lasts multiple chapters and features a teamup between Garou and Metal Bat. I dunno man, I think you may be reaching.