Thousand years

Why are Broly’s Super Saiyan powers green?

Is it because he’s broccoli, or is there a more logical reason why Broly glows green? There are many mysteries and questions that Dragon ball fans have aspects of the show that are never fully clarified. Where did Vegeta’s “Bad Man” pink shirt come from? Why did the Heeter wait so long to implement their plan to conquer the Empire ...

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Chinese Embassy Hosts Community Food Pantry Collection Week in Tondo, Manila

The beginning of December brings the Chinese Embassy to its third week of community pantry activities in Barangay 82, Tondo, Manila. The care packages prepared for the week-long Community Pantry campaign, December 1-5, 2021, included food and medical supplies that will provide many families in Barangay with their daily needs, especially as the seasons approach. vacation. Chinese Embassy Counselor Xie ...

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In those days at this time – The Australian Jewish News

While COVID has restricted some of the public Hanukkah celebrations we take for granted, Hanukkah this year will once again be a time of celebration, with gourmet treats as well as historical reflection on Jewish survival. Decades ago it was celebrated here in Australia in the traditional way. Reference to the Jewish press from previous years reveals advertisements for Hanukkah ...

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Fool for Yule – Shepherd Express

I’m Art Kumbalek and manischewitz man oh man what a world, right? So listen, I’m on a special reporter assignment to research the whereabouts of the future not to mention, more immediately, a clean, matching pair of socks; so I’m running out of money to write an essay for you this week Thought I would take a look at the ...

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Spreading light in the illumination of the Menorah on Boston Common

“It’s really nice to be a part of the Boston community and the Jewish community that are all dating, especially during the pandemic when it’s so hard to get a group together and celebrate,” Braun said. On Hanukkah, the number of confirmed COVID cases in Massachusetts increased: 5,369 new cases on the first night. The Boston Common 2020 menorah lighting ...

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Today’s Gospel in Art: First Sunday of Advent

Specter, Photo by Dylan Arnold, 2017 © Dylan Arnold Photography Source: Christian art Gospel of November 28, 2021 – Luke 21: 25-28,34-36Jesus said to his disciples: “There will be signs in the sun, moon, and stars; on the land of nations in agony, stunned by the clamor of the ocean and its waves; men dying of fear while waiting for ...

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The Empire’s biggest mistake was Endor, not the Death Stars

Although Galen Erso spoiled the first Death Star, what happened with Endor was just an embarrassing tactical oversight in Star Wars. Emperor Palpatine – Star wars‘Mightiest Sith Lord – wasn’t just renowned for his skill with a lightsaber or control of the Force: he was a Class A schemer. The way he played the long game to weaken the Republic ...

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Curacao’s countryside is full of natural wonders

WWas the last time you did something for the first time? This question guided my trip as I traveled to Curaçao, an island in the Dutch Caribbean. Before visiting, I honestly never heard of the island. Sigh. As I was telling my friends and family where I was traveling, I was asked a question: “Where is it!?” “Oh, it’s a ...

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Really Honor Our Indigenous Peoples | Scott Fina | Chroniclers

As a young schoolboy, I was taught that Christopher Columbus proved the world to be round and discovered America. Greek thinkers determined the spherical nature of our planet almost two thousand years before Columbus. Columbus was also thousands of years behind in discovering America, unless we take into account the millions of people living in the “New World” when he ...

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Pastor of the Valley: To give thanks is a gift that we can give to ourselves, to our loved ones |

Thanksgiving is a time of gratitude, community, and uplifting of the spirit, all of which are part of almost all religions. For Pastor Greg Molter of St. Paul’s Methodist Church in Danville and St. Peter’s Methodist Church in Riverside, Thanksgiving is also about the gifts. “For me, giving thanks is a gift, both to us and to those with whom ...

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