Thankfully, Spencer O’Brien in the Women’s Slopestyle Snowboarding competition makes up for all three of the off kilter young Canadian men. Besides being a good snowboarder and a good sport, she is an Ambassador of the Kwakiutl Nation, one of my favorite First Nation/Native North American groups. As some ns say, I am watching her with every one of my eyes..
Earth Mover/Other Huge Equipment: These can be very large, and they weigh a lot too frequently 40 pounds or more. The rubber is thickest on these tubes. They can be cumbersome to handle due to the size and weight, but they’re lots of fun on the water! One of these might be large enough to qualify as a raft!.
Empoleon also has pretty good bulk so I could slap an Assault Vest on it and shrug off special hits or use it as a utility Pokemon.TeKerrek [score hidden] submitted 4 days agoDid anyone else find Intimidate to be a little bit ridiculous this last VGC? You often saw as many as three Intimidates go off the first turn of battle, followed by constant Intimidate shuffling for the rest of the match. I was surprised by the lack of people trying to punish that with Competitive or just special attackers in general, but I suppose Milotic doesn really have a niche outside of punishing Intimidate, and Bulu, Koko, and Kartana often make it a liability. There was that one Gothitelle that made it pretty far, but obviously it has a bad matchup vs Incineroar.What if Intimidate failed if the Pokemon has less than 50% HP or is statused? It seems kind of silly that a sleeping Pokemon or one with a sliver of health left would be able to Intimidate an opponent in the same way a fully healthy one would.
Cave Creek is All About Western!While nearby Scottsdale boasts cosmetic surgery and Jaguar dealerships, Cave Creek cherishes its western heritage. True West magazine is headquartered here, taking its place on Cave Creek Road alongside boot shops, feed stores, and western themed thrift shop, gift shops, and furniture and accessory shops. We love our cowboy lifestyle.
In no way do I let Vettel off for his repeated mistakes and in no way is Kimi to blame. I completely agree, Vettel has been handed opportunity after opportunity to make huge gains over Hamilton and has bottled it, today being a prime example. My only question is the driving from both of them into T1, I really was expecting them to put on more of a unified front to shut out both Mercedes drivers and ensure they both got a good drive into T2.