Secrets of the gamecube gba link cable punching weight ssff

Secrets of the Gamecube GBA Link Cable | Punching Weight [SSFF] DEREK: In November 2004, Nintendo released the DS. It would become one of the most successful products in consumer electronics history, with over 150 millon units sold worldwide! It would be iterated on with the DS Lite, DSi, 3DS, 2DS, New 3DS, New 2DS, and you can even see its inspiration in the Wii U. Its dual-screen setup actually goes all the way back to the late seventies with the Game & Watch games, but it wasn't the only time Nintendo played with the concept: The Gamecube Game Boy Advance Link Cable debuted in Japan on December 14th, 2001, and in North America on February 12th, 2002. Not to be confused with the Gamecube Game Boy Advance Player, which just allowed you to play Game Boy games through your Gamecube, the Link Cable allowed certain Gamecube games to be played with a GBA, using its screen in tandem with your television! Continue reading Secrets of the gamecube gba link cable punching weight ssff

The joker deleted ending you never saw deleted scenes

The explosive ending of Joaquin Phoenix's origin story for the Joker will have fans debating his version of the iconic comic book villain for years to come. However, the original ending was even more chilling and had a brutal connection to Heath Ledger's Joker. On top of that, over 30 minutes of additional footage didn't make it into the final film, meaning there are lots of deleted scenes missing from the theatrical cut. Yippee-ki-yay, movie lovers, I'm Jan and in this video I'm revealing all the deleted scenes from 2019's Joker and explaining the alternate ending you never got to see. There will of course be spoilers, so take care if you haven't seen the movie yet. In the film, we watch Arthur Fleck pass through multiple breaking points on the way to his transformation into the Joker. Continue reading The joker deleted ending you never saw deleted scenes

Last exile ep 13 hd 720p

Thank you as always. Not at all, Lady Wisla. She sent us so much again this month... "Are you well, Father?" The vessel I am aboard now has completed a rigorous round of training, ...and has finally been assigned to His Majesty's fleet. Morale among the crew is quite high, ...and I believe that we are sure to achieve success in battle against Disith. So as not to disgrace the name of the valedictorian of the Military Academy, ...as well as to maintain the honor of the Wisla family, ...I will apply myself ever harder to become a fine soldier of Anatoray as soon as possible, ...one worthy of being entrusted with her own ship! Continue reading Last exile ep 13 hd 720p

Japans white strawberry luxury fruit unboxing adventure ★ only in japan

It all started when I was on my way to a sakura / cherry blossom event. I was in Shibuya and you can't go empty handed to a hanami party so in the basement of the station is a place called Tokyu department store and they have a place called Food Show which has some of the most amazing fruits in all of Japan. Rare and super expensive. And then I saw this. That's it right in the center. Continue reading Japans white strawberry luxury fruit unboxing adventure ★ only in japan

Myotomes upper limb peripheral neurological examination

In this video we are going to look at Myotomes testing of the upper extremity Hi, welcome back to Physiotutors. Myotomes assessment is an essential part of Neurological examination when suspecting radiculopathy as changes in muscle strength within a specific Myotome may help you identify the pathological disc level in case of the cervical spine the most common causes of nerve root Pathology are herniated discs which account for about 20 to 25% of cases and Degenerative disc disease which accounts for 70 to 75% While herniated discs also known as soft disc lesions are rather seen in younger patients degenerative disc disease all hard disc lesions primarily occur in the older population and the highest incidence for cervical nerve foot Pathology is found on spinal segments C5/6 and C6/7 in their systematic review from 2017 Lemeunier et al. report that complete peripheral neurological examination when suspecting cervical radiculopathy has a sensitivity of 83% and a specificity of 28% the positive and Negative Likelihood ratios were 1.15 and 0.6 respectively Which is why we attribute this assessment a rather weak clinical value, but it is still the best tool we have C5 assess the Deltoid muscle with the patient in sitting position as the patient's to abduct the arms to Approximately 90 degrees and then apply downward pressure to the arms look for side by side differences for C6 assess the Biceps Brachii and the wrist extensors to assess the biceps flex the patient's forearm to 90 degrees and supinate it and Then ask your patients to resist the extension Force applied by you, check for noticeable side by side strength differences To best test the wrist extensors place the patient's pronated forearm on the table and position the closed fist into a slight extension And apply a wrist flexed force to it ask the patient to resist and check the weakness and compare with the other side for C7 assess the triceps Brachii and the wrist flexors To test the triceps flex the patient's forearm to 90 degrees and then ask your patient Resist the Flexion Force applied by you again check for noticeable strength differences with the forearm supinated on the table Position the closed fist into slight flexion and apply a wrist extension force to it ask the patient to resist and check for weakness comparing with the other side for C8 test the Abductor Pollicis Brevis Support the forearm and then ask the patient resist some adduction compare both thumbs and check for differences For T1 Assess the first dorsal interosseous fixate the 3 last digits and then apply an Adduction Force against the Index finger Alright guys there you have it next to my items there are also dermatomes So click the video right next to me to learn about sensory assessment of the upper Extremity as always if you like this video Please give it a thumbs up and subscribe to our channel it helps us out a lot you want to learn about other ways to support our channel click the first link in the video description as Always this was Andreas for Physiotutors. Thanks for watching and I'll see you next time. Bye Continue reading Myotomes upper limb peripheral neurological examination

Turbografx16 the rise demise

the turbo bracket 16 was one of the most entertaining and unique consoles of its time and also was the first console released in the 16-bit era the system released 138 titles in North America that included 94 games in the turbo chip format 21 games in the turbo graphics CD format in another 23 games in the super CD format the system was also the very first to implement a cd-rom as a medium for storage for the games with standout titles such as the bunks and legendary axe series airs on utopia in even the very first Splatterhouse why could in this console survive in the gaming world bigger and almost 10 times as many colors turbo action turbosound to velavich 16 the higher energy video game system this Court's about as long as my the turbografx-16 was released in north america in August twenty-ninth 1989 by both hudson soft in the NEC corporation being developed in japan the system was released there almost two years before we ever got in on October thirtieth 1987 in Japan the concert was referred to as pc engine sales in Japan were doing pretty good so they decided to give it a crack in the North American market he can't but while NEC was doing market research here in the states they discovered that the pc engine name would cause too much confusion that was a computer not a video game console so they rebranded the name in North America to the turbo graphic 16 entertainment super system and you say you want to play this game and Splatterhouse only for the turbo graphics 16 system from NEC they also decided to change the look from the small pc engine to a larger black console once you go black they originally intended to compete with the NES the console in reality had to compete with the Sega Genesis which had just been released two weeks prior and then two years later it had to compete with the Super Nintendo turbo graphics was the first 16-bit console released which meant it was the first video game console in the fourth generation of gaming the cd-rom edition was also released in north america known as the turbo graphics CD also it is the only major console ever to include a multiform turbo capable controller that's right no more finger blast in that controller unfortunately the system failed to break into the North American market selling a mere estimated two and a half million units in its lifetime it did roughly sell another seven million in Japan though this may not sound too terrible but if you compare it to that of its major competitors such as the Genesis which sold 29 million in the Super Nintendo that's old 49 million it's clear that this brown just didn't make it to the Super Bowl taught him how to do day one major flaw in the console was the fact that the actual system only contain one controller port they did offer the turbo tab that allowed up to five players but I believe it was a major flaw and a big determining factor for consumers who are undecided another major downfall in the console was the fact that game developers weren't allowed to release all the games they could in Japan because Nintendo had an agreement that they weren't allowed to produce games for other companies do two contracts and licensing so there was very little third-party support they were basically shit out of luck also although being marketed as a 16-bit console it still had an 8-bit processor running the 16-bit graphics chips in according to game procom the turbo graphics 16 the number 9 were selling console of all time in North America the turbo graphics 16 may have just been ahead of its time it had all the workings of being a great console you could play up to five players the graphics were exceptional for their time the hue cards are pretty dope you had the turbo CD attachment that connected to your console the cover art for the games is some of the best ever and you could even play it on the go with the turbo express all of these positives but it just couldn't compete with the lack of third-party support feder marketed name-brand recognized consoles of its era and broke at the end of the week bills through the situation's believe no sleep stomach rumbling hunger pain struggling mumbling to myself I don't want none scratch my back is this gonna be worth man Continue reading Turbografx16 the rise demise

The 80s city pop anime california crisis

I have never seen such a city popping anime and yet we don't talk about it I wonder why this is California crisis equated by the aloof and mysterious studio unicorn disappearing as fast as they appeared working with a few productions cleaning up here key animation there these shows speak volumes of the lucious eighties visuals that would go on to define California crisis yet CC pushes into new territory looking straight out a Tatsuro Yamashita LP it could be called Patrick Nagel inspired very hip at the time very him sun-soaked sleek characters pose right out of an Americana catalog pop colors block shaded background and crazy dances in neon Jojo wished it looked this good the hot summer days in which we lift out the years of our youth with the warm and visceral things that came with it CC feeds into the same nostalgia that a city pop does reminiscing in a shady bar going out driving your thoughts are elsewhere it's beautiful and it's still painting exact burst into life sometimes were thrown into these Jason Bourne skits this is where CC jumps the shark those scenic moments are but window dressing to this ova 'he's lucid dream as paper-thin strangers are chased through its plot we followed them dip out of danger and in over styling music videos and what music videos they are if we can say anything about CC it's that it's animation is on its pulling no punches full motion accompanied with summer jams then it's time to sit down with another nobody and talk about the actual story or something I don't know it's like being a fly on a wall listening to the half conversations of the Dulles people describing the plot sounds more entertaining many ears there's a Russian spies they want this crystal ball that a young American girl named Marcia who happens to be traveling with our main protagonist some bomb called noera seems the crystal ball is aliens and the Kremlin needed don't really know why so aimless guy this little girl and a cat spent 45 minutes running to Death Valley until an explosive set piece erupts and morphs itself into this wacky right before the end cc's music and animation comes together bringing you the ultimate climax maybe with all the stumbling through be worth it to get right here right now oh um what happened was that was that like the version of the Stargate thing they're supposed to be avan-garde we know left by the end than we did at the beginning well I guess none of that really matters because you know what an age we used to live in when piles of money can be thrown into bold visuals with a story barely drafted over before it began which you can only get by buying $100 VHS copies that you needed to ship internationally for a shoddy 45 minutes that end without sanity fishing for a sequel that can never get you know you modern kids you missing out you don't know hey hey everyone if you want to see more videos like this you can support me on patreon that really helps and if you can't do that that's cool you can always share the video about leave a comment leave a like leave a dislike whatever put it on social media wherever you do like that it really really benefits my videos and helps them be actually seen by people animation historian Fred Patten noted his experiences with Cc described in his own article he'd worked with hiro media associates the company behind it and they'd asked him to promote many of their work stateside prior they told him that California it was originally intended to be the first half of a two-part story now it's been over thirty three years now so part two could be come in any day who knows you can see why the ending was so blunt and totally dissonant Cc didn't light the world on fire when it got released I never got the attention it needed to continue it hasn't seen the release since not any American distribution at all which is I guess kind of ironic nowadays you pass about tracking it down a fan restorations on YouTube like that one it's mostly forgotten outside of its cult niche but the music not so much HMV released the whole soundtrack just last year you can buy the music officially now but not the actual anime is from I mean I don't know many situations about actually happening the music in question by Miho Fujiwara is the real deal here starting with next move the pivotal song that features at the forefront diegetic lee intercut with the crew fighting their way out of the seedy side of LA it's the best part with those deep rich shadows next to the neon clubs and the wild vibe of a punch pop getting a little surreal nerds performance as we wrap around these musical idols funk is pouring out of every element the hooks burn bright as a Miho pierces through the bass licks bringing in the grooves is catchy to a fault as it drives is repeating chorus like a deadly loop whereas lyrics on an interloping relationship where's it going is it hot or it's cold there's a playful energy here - its sultry tone that permeates through the whole soundtrack you could definitely say the streets especially the hot ones live through these jams there is somewhat a American authentic Ness to the synth funk displaying talents from stateside people like Donald Franklin Griffin who was a real-deal performer on eyes who worked all over American funk and soul throughout the decades eyes could be the tightest groove of the bunch when it comes to his instrumentation next - so the silliest hooks although Miho sounds powerful as she bounced through flowing with the trickling down rhythm of the basin breaking it down the guitar kills on the way out how very American other talents included the team known as Jimmy and Michael who were both from another band mijo happened to work with one being the sax player the other being on keyboards they performed on hot streets which is certainly one of the finer tracks streets are definitely hot it's endearing nonetheless and there's some pretty good breakdowns in there and I do enjoy that little whisper the Sax in the mood distant ending yet if we're going to credit anyone for most of this it has to be Hajime Yamamoto and Matthew Kamae they were the true brain behind the arrangements from the overload of synth-pop seen in heartbeats that reeks of an eighty style with its electric drums and simp cords layers were guitar and you name it it's shouts of heart beat to the funkier side of the other tracks like net Smith or the dance ability all over the emphasis is on the musicianship Nijo being another instrument of her rising above tinged in a dash of echo it's four tracks all killer and no filler sticky funky and it's kicking near in the rear or as we say around here kicking "offs" Miho did a couple more anime songs and she was a vocalist in a band called chocolate lips for more information you can check Rocket Brown's blog on that one was Miho another casualty of the era maybe maybe not she released an album at the beginning of this decade and is still active on social media platforms including live tours and re-releases look at that yeah still jam they haven't lost a beat I can dig it same with the director and screenwriter Muzuho Nishikubo his career only expanded afterwards as he became the animation director for talented director Mamuru Oshii working on many of his biggest projects before getting a whole film to direct back in 2014 Giovanni's Island which was set in the aftermath of World War 2 when Soviet Union soldiers occupied a small island off the top of Japan that's a pretty bold topic to cover well what to doesn't necessarily come up in anime too often perhaps that would be a subject for another day in an interview with Nishikubo he referred to how he lets music breathe throughout his productions and it plays a big role in his process Cece is a shining example of that whatever you can say about California crisis it's a hell of a vibe for the setting being pretty accurate for the California lifestyle for the most part but for me it's best enjoyed in gift form or some good jams in the back plot isn't necessary let's use the stuff in more mixers for future funk or city pop tapes I don't care where either also if you want to always know when my videos are coming out you've got to ring that Bell nowadays I've see about 10% of my subscribers actually see these videos most of the time so if you're messing them click it have a good time everyone catch you later Continue reading The 80s city pop anime california crisis