Jolyne Fly High with Gucci (Part 1)
Gucci partners with manga artist Hirohiko Araki in newest Cruise collection [Source]
zangoose doesnt know whether its a goose, a cat, or a ferret, but it does know one thing: The Seviper Have To Die.
They’re calling it a cat ferret now? Really? It’s a damn mongoose. Just call it a mongoose…
But yeah, has anyone else seen that happen? On N’s game, he ran into a horde of four Zangoose and one Seviper. And the Zangoose all just turned and attacked the Seviper until it fainted before even paying attention to him.
Wait, that really happens? That’s some fuckin’ detail, there!
Yeah, it was nuts! (And kind of brutal to watch…) He wanted to catch the Seviper, but you have to knock out all but one Pokemon before you can use balls in a horde battle, and the Zangoose took it out first.
Other way around in my game, One Zangoose, several Seviper. Still equally as sad and brutal…
Like a lot of people, I’ve sort of left my mayoral duties to Isabelle in order to become a pokemon master.
In two days, I’ll probably be picking up Ace Attorney 5, and next month, a Link Between Worlds is coming out. So busy!
This comic is inspired by a tweet.
An additional 24 Foxhound vehicles have been bought for the British Army in a new £23 million contract.
Designed and built in the UK by General Dynamics Land Systems: Force Protection Europe, Foxhound first deployed to Afghanistan in 2012.
Foxhound represents leading technology. Agile enough to reach a top speed of 70mph, the armoured vehicles have a V-shaped hull providing unparalleled protection against a range of threats for their weight and class.
Since 2010, the MoD has invested £371 million in Foxhound and the latest order will take the Army’s total fleet to 400 vehicles.
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