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#11- Law of Inherent Combustibility- Everything explodes. Everything.
First Corollary- Anything that explodes bulges first.
Second Corollary- Large cities are the most explosive substances known to
human science. Tokyo in particular seems to be the most unstable of these cities,
sometimes referred to as "The Matchstick City".

While Garnet is usually serious and hardworking, she can sometimes act quirky and off-putting. For example, when Steven tells the Crystal Gems about their tired look in "Chille Tid", Garnet says they look "awesome" instead. According to Steven in "Fusion Cuisine", Garnet is blunt during conversations and lacks an empathetic foresight for others, usually hurting their feelings in the process. An example is in "Love Letters" where she rejects Jamie's romantic advance, making him feel very hurtful, and curating a letter with Steven and Connie for Jamie that rejects him with the simple straightforward words, "no, the end, forever and even after that."

The Battle Institute is located on the eastern side of Mauville. When you first enter, you will obtain the Vs. Recorder from a man in black.

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Despite its horrors They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? is a rewarding entertainment. Sydney Pollack’s first prestige success is an exacting drama that keeps its symbolism in check and concentrates on the human cost of a shameless historical phenomenon. Pollack filmed on one very large and ornate set, and it’s quite a technical achievement. The contestants must appear to deteriorate as the show progresses. As an orchestra plays at all times, the scoring and synchronization of the soundtrack is not easy. And then there’s the basic problem of what is a mostly repetitive ordeal. The participants dance, they rest, they race and dance again for endless days and weeks. Pollack and his cameraman Philip Lathrop’s wise plan varies the filming without resorting to the trendy gimmicks of the day – no overuse of zoom lenses, for instance. The two or three montages are classical in nature, with slow dissolves. Slow motion is used only once, and brilliantly. Graced with impressive production values and excellent ensemble acting, the show is quite an emotional meat grinder. The persistent image is of people in torment, at the end of their physical and mental endurance, bent and straining as they try to keep on their feet.

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