One Piece Episode 243
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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.
Michael: I'm really excited about today's episode and getting to talk about what it's like to really grow an advisory firm fast. We talk about trying to grow our businesses and grow them more quickly. And some firms really try to invest more heavily into their marketing growth and get it going. But I know you have been on a truly, I think, kind of a growth journey, unlike very few others that I've seen.
Like, for example, cover call writing. Again, it's an example, but cover call writing, we've got a five-page white paper that we wrote, and it's on my website, everybody can see it. But it's a very specific piece that gives examples of how to apply this stuff. Now, at the end of the day, and we all talk about it, you can educate somebody as much as possible. But it really comes down to how you execute it and how to optimize and then being able to make those very specific and detailed recommendations associated with it.
James: Sure. Yes. So, probably the number one that I get right now that's been driving lead flow for us is how discount rates impact your lump sum. We do webinars on it, I do a weekly piece that I send out where we're showing the projections that we're doing on those discount rates, and again, translating it to direct impact for them. That's probably unquestionably been, call it the fastball, if you will. But then getting into some of the more specific topics like mega backdoor Roth conversions. That's a very timely one right now, and especially with several companies discontinuing or reducing 401(k) matches, provides a lot more latitude to be able to put some after-tax contributions in.
Bonnie:That makes so much sense. And so as a PI, as kind of a final piece of advice or encouragement to the folks that are listening today, who are ready to get started with this, is there, I kind of have a specific question here. Is, is there a space that you recommend or an opportunity that you recommend they implement or they go after in order to kind of pitch this to someone for the first time, is there a place or, you know, an existing relationship or anything that you recommend to folks who are just getting started with offering and testing out day rates?
Jim returns to work after a week's holiday. Joyce Barry shows Jim the drawing and it has the same effect on him as it did on Janet. Erica is discussing the newspaper article with Ted Douglas when Jim bursts into the office. Mr. Douglas insists on stricter security measures based on Gillespie's recommendations, and says that two new officers are coming to help carry out the new regulations. Doreen visits Bea in sickbay to try to find out from Bea indirectly how crucial it is that she gets a new kidney. Jim blames Janet for encouraging Doreen's artistic talents. Doreen tells Judy that she could donate a kidney for Bea but is afraid and doesn't want to do it. She also asks Kate for advice. Kate lets slip in front of the other prisoners that Doreen could be a kidney donor: Judy tries to shut Kate up, but the damage has already been done. Sandy is visited by Inspector Grace but he can get absolutely nothing out of her. Lizzie tricks Mrs. O'Reagan in the kitchen into signing a piece of paper. Lizzie gives Kate a doll that she has made to give to her son. Kate thanks her for it, but when Lizzie goes Kate gives it to Sister Franklin. Judy steals a requisition form from reception. When Doreen comes on visit, Bea tells her that she knows about the test results and says that she'll still be friends with Doreen even if she decides not to donate a kidney. Bea finds out that Sister Franklin has got Lizzie's doll. Lizzie hides the requisition in between the other orders. Kate tells Bea that her son has so many toys that Sister Franklin's kids will value the doll much more than he would. Doreen tells Judy and Sandy that she has decided to go ahead and have the operation to donate a kidney to Bea. Kate's lawyer visits her: he says that he has found some major discrepancies in her accounts. Colleen tries to force Sandy to tell her where the letter is hidden, but Sandy just laughs at her.
romiress submitted to oen-peice: Some classic bad one piece. In Episode 243, when Iceberg and Robin are having a serious conversation, the animation decides to do an intense fisheye. And then keeps getting more and more intense until it looks like their heads are inflating. Looks so much worse in motion.
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We cut to the 10 minute Central Park romantic stroll montage that occurs in every episode. Derek and his love hold hands, forcing Marty to assume a variety of awkward and unintentionally offensive hand positions. Suddenly, a group of Christmas carolers begin to sing in front of them. Shit. Marty is sent into a frenzy, playing all 50 people at once.
Speaking of a sad state of affairs, nothing quite sets the mood of a depressing decline of the anime industry as a whole like M.D. Geist! If you haven't read Justin Sevakis' recent Buried Garbage column on the storied non-history that is M.D. Geist, then I highly recommend it, because M.D. Geist is immense, irrefutable crap. Especially its' sequel, airing this week on the Sci Fi Channel. Do they think that a piece-of-crap giant robot show from the depths of Central Park Media's back-catalog will garner slipping ratings, especially after the slick and entertaining hour of fun provided by Gurren Lagann? I only hope so, because M.D. Geist is all kinds of terrible wrapped in a brown paper bag, so it's about time it gave something back to society at large.
Several years have past since the last Gurren Lagann episode I had deemed worthy of merit, and now the crew has matured and grown quite literally - which means the audience for such things has grown more mature and excitable. WHAT WILL HAPPEN? WILL THEY FORM THEIR OWN COMPANY, OR WILL THEY REMAIN UNDER THE FOOT OF THE FICTIONAL WORLD ANIME GOVERNMENT?!?!? (Only the grotesque extraneous punctuation knows for sure!!
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