@HOOfan1 If you have no problems with the sound, that's fine. A lot of people just need practice, or to hear the proper pronunciation to do it. Definitely make sure you're getting the t sound on tsubaki though.
As an aside, tsubaki is the name of a tree which is well known for producing a flower with no smell. In literary works, this name is often used as a sort of symbolism for women that have an inherent beauty which isn't immediately obvious. I've personally always thought this was kind of uncalled for because it overlooks the fact that an extract made from the leaves is a VERY strong poison. In the case of Tsubaki from Soul Eater, it was kind of a nice descriptor, but that's a rare instance because it usually gets used for the wallflower type characters.
The Living Legend Bruno Sammartino has pass away. Truly the 1st true WWE Superstar in WWE aka WWWF at the time when he was wrestling.
Longest Reigning WWE Heavyweight Champion in WWE History with a Record of holding the title for 2,803 Days! He is the longest reigning WWE Heavyweight Champion and nobody has comes close to the length of his combined reigns. His second reign was shorter, but he still maintained gold for a whopping 1,237 days! In this day an age of Pro Wrestling that WILL NEVER happen. You lucky if you can have the title for over a year but that the most. In comparison to today Wrestling CM Punk had the WWE Heavyweight Champion for 434 Days from 2011-2013 which was the longest reign in the past 25 years.
"WWE is saddened to learn that WWE Hall of Famer Bruno Sammartino passed away at age 82.
The story of Bruno Sammartino is the story of the American dream.
During his childhood in the small Italian mountain town of Pizzoferrato in the Abruzzi region of Italy, Bruno Sammartino heard stories about how the streets in the United States were paved with gold. Though he believed it literally at the time, Sammartino would experience fortune and fame first-hand as the longest-reigning WWE Champion and the most beloved competitor in the history of the squared circle.
Life wasn’t always so glorious for The Italian Superman. Bruno’s brother and sister both passed away at young ages, and Adolf Hitler’s Nazi forces seized their town, but Bruno persevered. He and his mother hid in a mountain called Valla Rocca during the German occupation and eventually joined his immigrant father in Pittsburgh in 1950.
Sammartino began lifting weights as a young man and grew to become one of the strongest men on the planet. After setting a world record in 1959 by bench-pressing 565 pounds, Sammartino caught the eye of Vincent J. McMahon, and became a sports-entertainer.
Bruno became an overnight sensation, connecting with not only fellow Italians, but also the Latino, Greek and Jewish communities, successfully bridging the gap in America’s melting pot of wrestling fans. His legend continued to grow on May 17, 1963, when Sammartino defeated Buddy Rogers in just 48 seconds to become the second-ever WWE Champion in front of nearly 20,000 fans at the old Madison Square Garden.
Bruno held the WWE Championship for nearly eight years — by far the longest reign of all time, and a record for all professional wrestling champions, no matter the organization. A household name all over the country, the beloved hero defended his title in legendary rivalries against WWE Hall of Famers Killer Kowalski, Gorilla Monsoon and George “The Animal” Steele.
In early 1968, Sammartino headlined the first wrestling event at the brand-new Madison Square Garden, just eight days after it opened. The Garden truly was the house that Bruno built, as he sold it out an astounding 187 times. When he lost the title to Ivan Koloff in 1971, grown men in the crowd were seen weeping, but on Dec. 10, 1973, Sammartino became the first two-time WWE Champion and held the title for an additional three-and-a-half years.
On Aug. 9, 1980, Sammartino defeated his former protégé, Larry Zbyszko, inside a steel cage at New York City’s Shea Stadium in front of more than 35,000 people. The heated grudge match broke box-office records for wrestling events, and Bruno retired from the ring the following year.
Bruno returned to WWE in the mid-80s as a broadcaster alongside Mr. McMahon and as a mentor for his son David, who was just beginning his grappling career. Now known as The Living Legend, Bruno also engaged in several rivalries with a generation of WWE’s greatest villains, including “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, “Macho Man” Randy Savage and The Honky Tonk Man.
The star power and influence of Sammartino was exemplified by the fact that he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013 by none other than Arnold Schwarzenegger. It was the 188th and final time that Sammartino headlined and sold out Madison Square Garden.
WWE extends its condolences to Sammartino’s family, friends and fans."
RIP Bruno Sammartino one of the true good guys of the sport and legend that will never be forgotten!
"The suppression or prohibition of any parts of books, films, news, etc. that are considered obscene, politically unacceptable, or a threat to security"
From the rep for the game
"The "touching" feature was removed from the English version of the game...due to what is appropriate and not appropriate for English audiences."
Any way you look at it, they straight up admitted they took it out of the game because they said it wasn't "appropriate for Western Audiences". It's quite obvious it was done because they consider it either obscene or politically unacceptable.
Whether they are justified in censoring it is up for debate.
I don't even own a smart phone, and I wouldn't have downloaded this game if I did, but it's ridiculous for the game rep to claim they have not censored the game, when they clearly have.
How are things going? I would say that there is a bit of difference between a kids nerf commercial with foam darts from CN and this character brandishing what is otherwise a military-grade weapon not unlike what was used in Parkland. Not to mention, the violence feat. in this show is infinitely more profound than any nerf commercial (at least that) i’ve ever seen. (laughs) ;-)
Of course the news will be disseminated, and that will be what it’s going to be, however, in instances such as this, where people don’t need a ‘Gale Gun Online’ yes, i think it would have been perfectly appropriate for a degree of restraint.
I think the bottom line is this, i understand that we approach this from diametrically opposed viewpoints (wouldn’t be the first time) (laughs) and i can appreciate that, but, to avoid being hit with Nobu posting a gif (and it will probably already be too late) of the horse being beaten, lol this will most likely be my last post on this matter. If others want to continue the conversation that’s fine, but, i think you know where i stand on this and there is no need for redundancy.
Hoping that this post finds you well,
Sorry to hear that you are having issues with Chrome tonight. As of 4:35, i was able to log in with Chrome version: 65.0.3325.181 and did not experience any issues. Perhaps try clearing all history, cookies, etc. also try unplugging and re-plug back in your router then try again. If that does not help, unfortunately, you will probably have to submit a support ticket.
YaY! It’s NekoCatGirl again. Who would you say is disloyal more? I would lend more preponderance of such towards men, however, was looking at some data that suggested younger women initially might “test the waters” (so to speak) before reaching a point where stability for the long-term is prized. I believe women outnumber men in the population, so, by the greater numbers, could it give the appearance that women “cheat” more than men? What would you say are some of the root causes of why men stray?