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One Piece Episode 319


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.




One Piece Episode 319



This episode was kind of sad, actually. It was sad watching the little girl who was looking for Aobire, her old yagura, come to terms with his impending death. There was one scene in particular that was way too real for filler, when her parents were having a serious chat over the kitchen table about how they were going to explain to her that Aobire was probably going to die soon, but she was hiding out on the stairs listening to every word they said with angry tears clouding her eyes.


One Piece is a mammoth of an anime. With over 1000 episodes, it can be a pretty daunting task to begin viewing the series. Like any long-running anime, however, the story has filler episodes and arcs that pad the overall length. One Piece has over 100 filler episodes, or about 10 percent of the whole series.


A filler is an episode or arc in which nothing happens to affect the overarching story. There is no character development, no returning characters outside the main cast, and it is usually considered non-canon. Fillers occur when the anime's story has come close to or caught up with the manga, so the studio needs to stall time to wait for further chapters to be published. These episodes can't progress the plot because they are not written by the mangaka, and therefore do not know where the story is heading.


With so many episodes, it's hard to tell which One Piece episodes are fillers and which aren't. Some episodes occur inside canon arcs, while other times entire arcs are themselves filler. Here's a list of every filler episode in the One Piece anime, as of March 2023.


Over the 366 episodes that aired in the original run of Bleach, around 164 are fillers -- that's almost 45% of the entire series. Naruto and Naruto: Shippuden on the other hand, had 205 fillers over their 500 episodes, approximately 41% of the show. One Piece has clearly limited its filler count compared to other big shonen series, keeping the main plot moving forward without much deviation.


One Piece Episode 590 is a crossover with Toriko and Dragon Ball Z. There's a massive tournament, a fight between the three protagonists over meat, and a final combo attack to beat the villain. It's like something a kid would dream up with his action figures, just pure fun. This is the second of a two-part event -- the first episode is Toriko Episode 99, titled "Run, Strongest Team! Toriko, Luffy and Goku!"


ANNE: Oh, I'm so glad to hear that. Listeners, we have a wonderful episode with Ann Kingman recommending reads fulfilling your requests, and we will put that in show notes. Michael Kindness said really nice things about What Should I Read Next and said I sounded like Delilah. [LAUGHS]


ERIN: Yes. The trope of a character not sharing information just drives me bonkers. Like why would you not tell someone a vital piece of information, and I think it's a plot point that it takes me right out of a story when I hear it. [LAUGHS] I read an interview with Andy Weir after he wrote The Martian. The person asked if he had heard from any astronauts, if they liked the book, and he said he got really great feedback from them and they wanted to know how he wrote the way an astronaut thinks so well, and he was such a big NASA nerd and he read so much about interviews with the different astronauts that he got it perfectly that when they're faced with a problem or a group of problems, they literally just pick the first worse one and just focus on that one. So they're very focused and they take care of that one and they move on to the next one, and I think you can see that in The Martian when he's, okay, I have to get food, and then I have to make sure I'm safe and then now I'm going to try to get contact with Earth. But I think that way of thinking really resonates with me and it makes me connect with the characters more because they're thinking logically and moving through the story as best they can.


Youre right! 4 episodes. So editted.I'd hate to think shippers got so under the skin of the writers they'd bury the friendship. Wouldn't it be an even bigger feather in Supergirl's cap if she was friends with a Luthor! Something her cousin couldn't do?


I think this was the strongest episode in a while, and hosts maybe the best moments of both James and Mon-El. The problem with the episode is the same as always nowadays, Supergirl is almost a supporting role in her own show, and yes... She kneels again. Zod's favorite girl.I am really really happy that Brainy might return. I'm hoping that with Argo/Kandor/Kryptonopolis returning, Season 4 will be Supergirl's arc, where she struggles with balancing loyalty to troublesome Kryptonians with Lena seeing more proof for her "Kryptonians think they are gods"-fear.


"Why couldn't Kara get in the van?"Because the cult members would probably recognize her, since she had visited the cult before. 'Mike' wasn't around for that episode, so this made him the perfect candidate for the deception."Let me comment on some things in the review of this show, which I recorded, but will not watch as James is a weak character..."..which is the point where your racism starts showing right away, making the rest of your moronic rant of self-righteous distraction perfectly meaningless. Derailing the discussion with tired, RW alternative reality garbage talking points like 'leftist agenda' and 'blue lives matter' really didn't help state your case, either. You betrayed your blatant trolling so easily.KET


Kara couldn't go along with Tanya, because the cult members had already seen her earlier this season so they'd be more suspicious of her suddenly showing up again after all this time.Mehcad nailed the story he told because it was his own story from childhood. He told Entertainment Weekly that he shared the story with the writers of the show and they included it in the episode.A fan noted on Tumblr that Alex's idea of getting Ruby a cat was a nod toward the cat that helped Kara to connect with Alex, Eliza, and Jeremiah. And could Tanya turn out to be Tanya Spears?


yeah, this episode was not about Mon-el's conflicted feelings but about him dancing around how to get with Kara without looking like a douch and so on. His little speech about sharing a secret would be selfish was totally about himself and the love triangle, it wasn't intended to be about anyone else.


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Michael: Okay. Interesting. So relative to where a lot of other advisory firms outsource where... I feel like the most common structure if you're outsourcing is still a TAMP platform that tends to be more expensive. Often, they're 30 to 40 basis points and up, and they're handling all the investment work as well. So, they're doing the research, they're doing the model management, they're doing the trading, they're doing the rebalancing, they're doing the paperwork, all those other pieces. So, you pay more but they handle those layers that you just sort of parse that out a different threshold to say, "We'll keep the investment stuff. I can do it internally. But I don't want to do the rest of the compliance, tech, and some of the other pieces. Tru Independence can do that layer on our behalf, and we'll kind of split the overhead allocation."


Michael: Yeah. Interesting. I guess so the crux is just lots of questions at a high level of just the full breadth of their financial situation, the financial landscape, as you framed it, with... I liked the three buckets, what they own, what they earn, and what they owe. Is that the three pieces?


It's like the EOS system where there's a visionary and the implementor/integrator, I should say, or the yin and the yang. And so being able to really step into strengths and to team up with people. So, I would think one key thing is the team approach and not being solo. And so, whether it was me as the junior learner or me as the teammate with Jay, I think there's something magical there when it's complimentary, and it's not two engineers or two salespeople but complementary. I think that's one piece.


The other piece of it is... and this also sounds like a platitude but you know the difference between actually feeling... oof, I'm going to use the word I cannot... actually feeling love for someone. I don't mean the emotion. I mean, just truly wanting what's best for them. And I think that that's a choice initially and then becomes a real thing over time. I don't think I sit around and wait to actually care. I act in a way that is caring and that over time births genuine care in me. And so that place is almost a spiritual place of really having a relationship, I called... well, actually it was the last thing I did before you and I got on the phone, is I called a client we serve. Today was their... had their mother been alive, would've been their mother's 95th birthday. And I know that that was a big loss for her so we called and we talked. And we actually didn't talk about anything financial. And that's not common because most clients we serve have a lot of financial things to deal with, but that's all we talked about.


Jim: Yep. I've used Todoist. And it changed my personal life following David Allen and then using a software to do it. And it's only natural to bring that over to the business, those same concepts. But CRMs in my experience are woefully inadequate. They're really good for large firms who need to say, "I need to find all lefthanded Polish 65-year-olds who have an annuity," and so you can bring that up and then you can mail merge, and I don't need to mail merge. I don't need to find those client characteristics. I need to manage tasks, and the task management piece in the workflows always seems tertiary at best. So why not use a software that is absolutely designed for that? So, Asana was our choice and we're all in. 041b061a72


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