Tuesday, March 10, Castor Avenue: You know, when Philly police cars were painted red! I decided to create this blog for several reasons: So much of the neighborhood has changed it no longer felt like "home" the last time I passed through over a year ago.
Main character Jean Otus is known as "Jean the Cigarette Peddler", and smoking is considered his trademark. Played with in that tobacco is very rare in this setting, and it does make him stand out. And when he does offer them to other characters, several - notably Chief Officer Lilium - refuse.
Between Afro and Justiceenough smoke is blown out of their noses over the five-episode first season to smother a small town and then some. And it looks badass.
Several characters from Akagi seem to be chain smokers, including the undoubtedly cool, demoniacally talented titular character. Of course, this is a series that consists entirely of professional gamblers, gangsters, conmen, thugs and crooked cops, so the constant smoking is hardly out of place.
The Netherlands is a badass male Tsundere who smokes in a pretty stylish pipe. Cuba, of course, has his famous Cuban cigars. Subverted, however, when Elmer startles Ronnie into swallowing his cigarette and he ends up hacking his lungs out for a good few minutes.
Is Bardroy ever seen without a cigarette in his mouth? Sven in Black Cat is a heavy smoker. In the dub, he has a slightly gravelly voice. Really, smoking is presented as something that everyone in Roanapur simply does.
That said, the shot at the beginning of the theme song of the cigarette burning down really fast was probably taking it a bit far. Also somewhat notable is that while most everybody else smokes cigarettes, Balalaika prefers a good cigar.
Kisuke Urahara is hinted to be a pipe smoker, given the Chapter 36 cover artwork that shows him in a Rule of Cool pose, openly smoking as he gazes unfathomably off the page. Tomoya eventually quits smoking; Akio comments that this was a wise decision, but continues the habit himself.
Lakshad, the genius weapons developer of Code Geassis never seen without her extremely long pipe in hand. The entire main cast of Cowboy Bebopa bunch of bounty hunters, smoke heavily. In one episode another young girl is on board their ship, and the smoke bothers her, so Jet unilaterally declares a no-smoking zone until she leaves.
Tyki Mikk is constantly smoking. Usahara from Damekko Doubutsu is a chain-smoking rabbit and is very aggressive around various animals. Interestingly subverted in Darker Than Black.
Contractor November 11 has to smoke after every time he uses his powers In his first appearance, he also gives a very long and very specific address on the dangers of second-hand smoke. A more straightforward subversion is Clueless Detective Guy Kurasawa, who smokes because he thinks it looks cool, and is yelled at by his Sassy Secretary because she says it makes him smell even worse than he already did.
Subverted again, more subtly. Before Huang decides to go out in one of the most badass ways possible, he asks Hei to light his cigarette.In the aftermath of the fighting in the Holy Kingdom, after Ainz makes his way back to Nazarick, the Slane Theocracy makes its move.
Thus far, they have only seen the civilized side of Ainz Ooal Gown but now the gloves are off, and there will be no mercy for those who dare to challenge Nazarick and the Supreme Being.
See also the pages. Criticism of Seamus Heaney's 'The Grauballe Man' and other poems Seamus Heaney: ethical depth? His responses to the British army during the Troubles in Northern Ireland, bullfighting, the Colosseum, 'pests,' 9/11, IRA punishment, the starving, the hunger strikers in Northern Ireland.
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