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One Piece Episode 111


In this 111th episode I welcome Dr. Zandy Hillel to the show. Dr. Hillel is an otolaryngologist here at Johns Hopkins and we discuss tracheostomies, Cricothyrotomies, laryngeal surgery and difficult airways.




One Piece Episode 111



Some common brands make it impossible to connect a patient to a vent or BVM without the inner cannula in place, so if that gets lost, broken, or obstructed you need to either replace it with a compatible piece or exchange the trach entirely.


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To commemorate the announcement of the live action Netflix adaptation of One Piece, the first 130 episodes of the series are now available in the U.S, Canada, Australia and New Zealand on the streaming platform. For those new to the series, One Piece follows 17 year old Monkey D. Luffy as he puts together a pirate crew known as the Straw Hats Pirates and sets sail to the Grand Line in search of the treasure known as the One Piece.


The anime began in 1999 with no signs of slowing down. The Japanese dub of the series is well on its way to hitting 1000 episodes, making the first 130 a tip of the iceberg in the grand story. This is a list of the top ten episodes for these first 130, based on the user rating on IMDb.


Nearing the end of the Alabasta arc, this episode sets up the final confrontation between Luffy and Crocodile in a few episodes time. Luffy engages in his second battle with Crocodile, using water to some success. Ultimately, Crocodile wins the second round by drying up the group.


Meanwhile, the B plot of the episode follows the rest of the Straw Hats racing to find the bomb before it detonates. Underground, Nico Robin forces the king to take her through the tomb where the Poneglyph is located.


The final episode of the Alabasta arc as well as the last episode currently available on Netflix. The Straw Hats manage to outrun the Marines to make their escape and it is revealed by Smoker how much their bounties have increased now.


However, the bomb inside the canon is revealed to be a time bomb with a 5km radius. Pell arrives in the clock tower and carries the bomb into the sky. The episode ends with Pell soaring high into the sky and the bomb finally goes off.


In this flashback episode, a child Zoro challenges the owner of a local dojo, who offers his daughter Kuina, to be the opponent instead. After Zoro loses and decides to join the dojo, vowing to beat Kuina one day.


The drop in quality between last week's episode and now is to be expected, but it really does the story a disservice. Jiren was fantastic as the stoic powerhouse whose true strength brought the cast to its knees, but so much of that difference in power was communicated through the animation. Jiren's fight with Goku has fluidly transferred over to a fight with Hit, and while it looks perfectly fine for your average Dragon Ball Super episode, Jiren doesn't pop off the screen when the animation is just okay. This seems to be acknowledged by the show, as the episode wraps up with Jiren returning to a meditative state, letting his teammates take over for a bit while the arc rises to its next explosion.


I suspect we're building off the familiar Dragon Ball cliché of putting Goku out of commission for a portion of the arc, except this time it's both Goku and Jiren, asking the audience to stay on the edge of their seat waiting for the next time either one of them rejoins the fight. That's always been a trick that I kinda liked, since I'm down for some good delay of gratification, but forward momentum in other parts of the story is the key to pulling that off, and this feeling that every episode of Super is developed in a vacuum doesn't help capture that very well.


Mica has created an incredible post of info and links to accompany this episode and you will find it at her website Joy of Thread. I just know you will find it helpful and thanks so much to Mica for doing this!


I mentioned on your episode post on instagram, but just in case someone sees it here as well that if you live in the Norwich area, the Oxfam bookshop on Bedford Street always seems to have a few knitting machine books in there and right now theres no end of them (well over two dozen) in case someone is interested and lives local.


Mirai leaves the inn with Tatsumi without telling Kakashi and Guy. At the hot springs Mirai thinks she sees her father Asuma, but something feels off. Will Mirai be able to get back to her escort mission in one piece?


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The anime television series currently consists of 41 pieces of theme music, 23 opening themes and 18 ending themes. As of episode 279, ending themes were omitted and, starting from episode 326 onwards, opening themes were extended from 110 seconds long to 150 seconds long. In episodes 1-206 of Funimation's English-language release of the series, the opening and ending themes were dubbed into English by various voice actors, before reverting to the Japanese versions from episodes 207 onward and later some openings were not licensed by Funimation's release, leaving only the narration dubbed on select opening themes.


Revenge of the Sith was released in theaters on Thursday, May 19, 2005 (the same day that the first episode of the prequel trilogy The Phantom Menace was released in 1999), and premiered (out of competition) on the 2005 Cannes Festival May 15. The film was generally positively received by critics, especially in comparison to the two previous prequels. It broke several box office records in its opening week and went on to earn over US $800 million worldwide, making it the second highest-grossing movie of 2005 behind Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. It is the second Star Wars film which used a high-definition digital 24 frame system for most of the movie's live-action scenes. The film was re-released in the Blu-ray format in September of 2011. On November 12, 2019, the film was included with the launch of Disney+.


One piece of concept art Lucas approved for use as a starship in the film was described as a "Republic Clone Sky Fighter", but the ship ultimately was not included in the film. The design was later reused years later for the Star Wars: The High Republic multimedia initiative, much to the joy of its creator, Warren Fu. Fu is also notable for creating the concept art for the "Droid General" character who evolved into Grievous. One of his previous Grievous designs was used for the MagnaGuards.[3]


Revenge of the Sith charity premieres took place in Seattle, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington D.C., Boston, Denver, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Miami on Thursday, May 12, 2005; and on May 13, 2005, there were two additional charity premiere screenings in George Lucas's hometown of Modesto. On that same day, an episode of MTV's Total Request Live aired promoting the movie, featuring a performance from the band Good Charlotte.[6] The film's official premiere was at the Cannes Film Festival (out of competition) on May 15, 2005. It was released in most other countries on May 19. It was predicted that the premiere of Revenge of the Sith would cost the US economy approximately $627 million USD because of employees who would take the day off or report in sick.[7]


Since early viewings, many have stated that there is a critique of then-current President George W. Bush in the film. Examples cited included Darth Vader's line to Obi-Wan Kenobi "If you're not with me, then you're my enemy," mirroring a quote Bush made after the September 11, 2001 attacks: "Either you're with us, or you're with the terrorists." However, Vader also had a similar line in The Empire Strikes Back ("He will join us or die"). Kenobi's reply is an accusation that "Only a Sith deals in absolutes." Some observers have commented that this line of dialogue seems like a none-too-subtle political jab at Bush; the light and dark sides of the Force and Kenobi's line seems forced in that way. The sentence "Only a Sith deals in absolutes" is itself an absolute. However, the key word is deal. Only a Sith would "deal" in an absolute in the sense of issuing an ultimatum (e.g. the Emperor's line to Luke in episode VI: "If you will not be turned, you will be destroyed."). The Jedi do not "deal" with the "join us or die" idea, which is consistent with them merely assenting to universal claims.


Jane: On The Ledge Podcast is here again, it's episode 111. This is the show where calling someone a plant nerd is a massive compliment and that can only be a good thing! In this week's show, a live recording from Cactus World Live with plant hunter with Tom Hart Dyke and House Plant Expert Anne Swithinbank of Gardeners' Question Time fame. Plus, I answer a question about Ceropegia seed pods, that's the string of hearts, and blimey, are they some impressive seed pods.


Thanks for all the lovely comments about the two peperomia episodes. You seemed to have really enjoyed those and if you haven't checked out my Instagram, please do, for a couple of videos showing the peperomia technique for propagation that I've been talking about in this show, it might be useful to have a look at if you can't quite visualise what I'm talking about. If you haven't joined the House Plant Fans of On The Ledge Facebook group, please do. It's a lovely, warm, friendly community, no drama, no annoying spammy people but more than 1,000 members who are all sharing the house plant love on there, asking for advice, commiserating when things go wrong and generally being awesome plant people. There are many awful things on Facebook, but this is one wonderful, planty area, so even if you're not a fan of Facebook, do go and take a look at that. But if you're more of a Twitter person, join me at 9pm British Summer Time on Tuesday October 8th, that's next Tuesday, for House Plant hour. Just follow me @JanePerrone on Twitter or follow @HousePlantHour and join us while we shoot the breeze about house plants for an hour. What could be better? 041b061a72


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