Hataraku Maou-sama 08! – Maou nomi zo shiru sekai

Un épisode qui se passe sur la Lune

Épisodes précédents : 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07

J’ai un peu plus glandé que ce que j’avais prévu mais hop, le billet sur l’épisode de la semaine dernière. Plus que 3 épisodes de retard. On y croit.

Hataraku Maou-sama! // White Fox // Débuté en avril 2013 // Prévu en 13 épisodes // Réalisateur: Hosoda Naoto // Type d’oeuvre originel : Light Novel // Écrivain : Wagahara Satoshi // Illustrateur : 029

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Devil Survivor 2 the Animation 06 – One (alien) ring to (not) rule them all

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Pour toutes les fujoshi aux quatre coins de l’univers.

 Episodes précédents: 1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 5

Toutes mes excuses, j’ai eu pas mal de trucs IRL en ce moment donc j’ai du retard. Vous pouvez me lancer des patates. MAIS JE SUIS UNE WARRIOR J’AI PLUS QUE 2 EPISODES DE RETARD J’ECRIS CES ARTICLES SUR FOND DE GUREN NO YUMIYA JE PEUX LE FAIRE GO GO GO GO.

Devil Survivor 2 the Animation // Studio Bridge // Débuté en avril 2013 // Prévu pour 13 épisodes // Réalisateur: Seiji Kishi (Persona 4 the Animation, Angel Beats!, Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita)

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Kakumeike Valvrave 06 – Vous reprendrez bien beaucoup de Saki ?

Saki – the episode

Épisodes précédents : 01, 02, 03, 04, 05

Je continue à rattraper mon retard avec ce 6e épisode de Valvrave. Un épisode entièrement centré sur Saki donc si vous aimez pas le perso, bonne chance pour finir ce billet. Parce que comme d’habitude, je ne suis absolument pas objectif dans mes commentaires. Et là, je le suis encore moins que d’habitude.

Comme toujours, la série est disponible chez Wakanim.

Kakumei Valvrave // Studio : Sunrise // Débuté en avril 2013 // Prévu en 24 épisodes (2*12 épisodes) // Réalisateur : Matsuo Kou

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To Aru Kagaku No Railgun S 07 – L’Ennui Pour Tous

POURQUOI ARRÊTER D'ÊTRE COOL ?? POURQUOI ???

Ma tête au bout de cinq minutes d’épisode, quand je supplie JC Staff de revenir à Misaka

 

Dans les épisodes précédents: 1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 5 ; 6

Bon la preview de l’épisode précédent n’a pas menti: après deux épisodes très cools et très enthousiasmants, devinez qui débarque avec ces gros sabots ? Eh oui, c’est monsieur FILLER A LA CON ! Il est très méchant, il est équipé de sa veste marron, de ses lunettes de type bien élevé, et il se prépare à vous barber sévère pendant vingt minutes.

Par conséquent, cet article a l’inconvénient de ne pas être très amusant.

To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S // Studio JC Staff // Début en avril 2013 // Prévu pour 26 épisodes // Réalisateur: Tatsuyuki Nagai (Ano Natsu de Matteru, Ano Hana, To Aru Kagaku no Railgun, The Idolmaster Xenoglossia)

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Hataraku Maou-sama! 07 – Ore no Tonari ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai

Je résume l’épisode en une image

Épisodes précédents : 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06

Hop, je continue à rattraper mon retard. Valvrave hier, Hataraku aujourd’hui. C’est l’épisode de la semaine dernière mais je suis sûr vous saurez passer outre le fait que vous avez déjà vu cet épisode. Épisode logiquement centré sur la nouvelle venue dans le cast principal.

Hataraku Maou-sama! // White Fox // Débuté en avril 2013 // Prévu en 13 épisodes // Réalisateur: Hosoda Naoto // Type d’oeuvre originel : Light Novel // Écrivain : Wagahara Satoshi // Illustrateur : 029

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Kakumeiki Valvrave 05 – Everything is better with dinosaurs

Is this sexual intercourse?

Épisodes précédents : 01, 02, 03, 04

A cause d’Epitanime, j’ai masse de retard sur mes billets mais rassurez-vous, je n’ai pas l’intention de vous laissez en plan et je vais donc faire tout mon possible pour rattraper mon retard. Aussi bien sur Valvrave que sur Hataraku. Attendez-vous donc à pas mal de billets de ma part dans les prochains jours.

Comme toujours, la série est disponible chez Wakanim.

Kakumei Valvrave // Studio : Sunrise // Débuté en avril 2013 // Prévu en 24 épisodes (2*12 épisodes) // Réalisateur : Matsuo Kou

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To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S 06 – A Certain Awesome Shinobu

CINDY DERRIERE TOI C'EST AFFREUX

CINDY DERRIERE TOI C’EST AFFREUX

 

Dans les épisodes précédents: 1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 5

L’épisode 5 avait terminé sur un générique instrumental hyper sérieux et hyper important alors croyez-bien que quand j’ai lancé cet épisode 6 je m’attendais aux trompettes du Jugement Dernier et à tout le super tralala. Finalement c’était juste un très bon épisode, comme quoi, eh, faut se contenter de peu dans la vie.

To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S // Studio JC Staff // Début en avril 2013 // Prévu pour 26 épisodes // Réalisateur: Tatsuyuki Nagai (Ano Natsu de Matteru, Ano Hana, To Aru Kagaku no Railgun, The Idolmaster Xenoglossia)

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Healthy Eating

 

We spend a great deal of time at work, so it’s no surprise that the things you eat and drink there affect your overall health (and waistline). Here are our practical tips for healthier eating at work.

  1. Pack your lunch. Planning your lunch ahead gives you a nutritious meal and prevents the need to settle for whatever options are available in the work cafeteria or even worse, the nearest fast-food restaurant. For more dietary tips visit washingtonian.
  2. Keep a bottle of water nearby. Healthy eating isn’t just about the food you consume, but also the beverages. It can be easy to forget to stay hydrated throughout the workday, which is why I recommend keeping a water bottle nearby. By having the bottle visible, you will be reminded to drink. You can also keep track of your consumption throughout the day.
  3. Empty the candy bowl (or keep it out of sight). You may not realize it, but a snack here and there can really add up to additional calories each day. In one study, researchers concluded that people ate an average of 2.2 more candies each day when they were within eyesight versus being stored away.
  4. Schedule your lunch. If you find yourself skipping meals and relying on snacks to make it through the day, break the cycle now by scheduling your lunch. This will ensure you can tackle the challenges ahead with a clear mind and feel energized.
  5. Have a backup plan. Sure, packing your lunch and avoiding fast food traps sounds easy — but it’s not always ideal, especially when you have marathon meetings and late nights. Instead, make a list of go to healthy restaurants or healthy options and keep the list in a safe place. When the occasion arrives, use that list to order the healthiest option.
  6. Snack smart. Some studies have shown that snacking is more likely at work than at home, so it’s important to have healthier options available. Keeping a few healthy snacks in your desk drawer or office refrigerator can prevent a trip to the vending machine as well. Think items like fresh or dried fruits, nuts, protein bars, vegetables, and fat-free yogurt. 
  7. Be ready to be assertive. The office environment can be full of unhealthy temptations. From the company potluck to the bake sale, it seems someone is always offering food. Deciding to say “no thank you” can be really helpful when you don’t want to indulge. Most people will not take offense at this and when you have practiced ahead of time you will feel more confident. Take a look to these healthy blast auxiliary desktop ac ultra reviews.
  8. Avoid the fancy coffee. Many of us depend on our morning coffee or tea and look forward to sipping on it throughout the morning. But if the morning ritual is packed with syrups, honey, cream, and whole milk you may be adding extra calories unknowingly. And while it doesn’t seem like a big deal in small doses, according to Gallup the average American drinks about 2.7 cups per day.
  9. Rethink your drink. Again, added calories, sugar, and fat can be lurking in beverages as well as food so make sure that you are mindful about the drinks you are consuming and what’s in them. 
  10. Follow food safety guidelines. About 83 percent of Americans regularly eat at their desks. If you are one of them, remember to put your food into the refrigerator as soon as you get to work, always eat in a clean desk space, and wash your hands before consuming foods.

 

 

To Aru Kagaku No Railgun S 05 – I Like Trains

Quand vous essayez de rentrer le dimanche soir après 48h d'Epitanime

Quand vous essayez de rentrer à pied le dimanche soir après 48h d’Epitanime

 

Hola ! Come esta ? Un poco ? Senor Zorro un hombre! Un dos tres!

Voici l’épisode 5 de To Aru Kagaku No Railgun S ou, visiblement, ça commence à un peu en chier sévère pour les personnages. Ce qui n’est pas bon pour eux est de toute bien pour nous parce que bon, c’est pas qu’on s’en fout de savoir si la copine à Uiharu aura des maillots de bains pour cet été mais, bon, presque.

To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S // Studio JC Staff // Début en avril 2013 // Prévu pour 26 épisodes // Réalisateur: Tatsuyuki Nagai (Ano Natsu de Matteru, Ano Hana, To Aru Kagaku no Railgun, The Idolmaster Xenoglossia)

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Devil Survivor 2 the Animation 05 – Airi-san@Ganbaranai

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Aujourd’hui au programme de Devil Survivor 2, la fin du monde et des chats.

Episodes précédents: 1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4

Me remettre de l’épisode 4 a été une chose difficile et c’est la raison pour laquelle j’ai autant de retard. Je continue donc sur ma lancée et je fais la maso jusqu’au bout. Fort heureusement cet épisode a quelques bons éléments, qui espérons le rattraperont le reste. J’ai bien dit espérons.

Devil Survivor 2 the Animation // Studio Bridge // Débuté en avril 2013 // Prévu pour 13 épisodes // Réalisateur: Seiji Kishi (Persona 4 the Animation, Angel Beats!, Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita)

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Miyakawa-ke no Kûfuku 01 – Peuchère, Yamakan

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Il y a… hm, quelque chose comme six mois on va dire, était annoncé qu’une grosse annonce à propos de la franchise Lucky Star allait être annoncée. Déjà les rumeurs s’enflammaient un peu à l’époque parce que les fans rêvent encore aujourd’hui d’une saison 2 de cet anime. Mais en plus de cela, il fut rapidement confirmé que l’annonce allait bel et bien concerner un anime… !

Et le mois suivant, Miyakawa-ke no Kûfuku fut annoncé…

Miyakawa-ke no Kûfuku // Studio Ordet // Débuté en avril 2013 // Nombre d’épisodes prévus inconnu // Réalisateur : Yutaka Yamamoto

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Healthy lifestyle

 

Trying to work out how to exercise enough, eat intelligently and stay positive? Good Housekeeping asked 12 health professionals to reveal the best sanity-saving, life-changing advice anyone ever gave them…

Go slow on antibiotics

Professor Tim Spector, consultant physician and author of The Diet Myth

« For years I would develop sinusitis every time I got a cold and take antibiotics. I was an antibiotic junkie – taking four or five courses a year. Then, eight years ago, I went to a lecture by Professor Martin Blaser and it changed everything for me. He warned that regular courses of antibiotics adversely affect your immune system and could lead to weight gain because of their impact on your gut bacteria. It was the best piece
of advice I’ve ever received. I stopped taking antibiotics for sinus infections – they only reduced the symptoms by a day or so, anyway – and have never looked back. From having six colds a year, I now have one every couple of years, I don’t get sinusitis and I’ve stayed a healthy weight. I became concerned about antibiotics in food as well, and now try to eat organic and only eat meat once or twice a month. » Check out the latest gluconite reviews.

Check your Vitamin D levels

Dr Sarah Jarvis, Good Housekeeping GP

« I’m a pale, freckled redhead and got sunburnt several times as a child. Once I became a medical student I was extremely worried about my risk of skin cancer and have avoided the sun ever since. It’s only been in recent years that I’ve become aware of the health risks associated with lack of vitamin D. Colleagues including neurologists (multiple sclerosis), rheumatologists (osteoporosis) and cardiologists (heart disease) warned me there was a silent epidemic of vitamin D deficiency, and I was shocked to find I was way down in the deficient range. I now take Fultium, a vitamin D supplement. »

Drink more water

Dimple Thakrar, dietician and founder of Fresh Nutrition

« The best advice I ever got was from my mother-in-law, who told me I needed to drink more water for my skin. She had the most amazing skin, so I took her advice. Once I started, I realised that I got more headaches when I didn’t drink enough. Always keep yourself within a regular and stable temperature while doing exercise, visit thehealthmania.com for more healthy tips. Being dehydrated can also make you bloated, as your body will hold on to water and you’ll be more likely to suffer from constipation. It can even leave you feeling fatigued – people often think they have low blood sugar when they are actually dehydrated. I make sure I have about eight drinks a day (ideally no more than four are caffeinated), but go by how you feel and by the colour of your urine. It should be pale and straw-coloured: any darker and you are probably dehydrated. And 20 years on, I have great skin, too! »

Suisei no Gargantia 03 – De zéro en héros

La mode dans le futur, c'est n'importe quoi.

La mode dans le futur, c’est n’importe quoi.

 

Episode précédent: 1 (par Yoka)

Epitanime dans exactement sept jours, l’occasion pour beaucoup d’entre nous de rencontrer enfin Urobuchi Gen et de pouvoir lui dire que Saya no Uta nous a rendu un peu cinglés. Ou bien lui demander pourquoi être aussi méchant avec Lancer dans Fate/Zero. Ou pourquoi ne pas avoir été écrit un spin-off de Madoka Magica dédié à Tomoe Mami. Et pourquoi Psycho-Pass, finalement.

En attendant, mon visionnage de Suisei no Gargantia évolue lentement mais sûrement et voilà la bonne occasion pour moi de parler un peu de cet épisode 3 que vous avez peut-être déjà vu il y’a fort fort longtemps.

Genre, deux semaines.

Suisei no Gargantia // Production IG // Débuté en avril 2013 // Prévu pour 12 épisodes // Réalisateur: Murata Kazuya (Fullmetal Alchemist: l’étoile sacrée de Milos, assistant directeur sur Code Geass) // Ecrivain : Urobuchi Gen (Fate/Zero, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Psycho-Pass)

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Oreimo S2 ép.4 – Lolicon, lolicon, lolicon!

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Jeu à boire : buvez un coup à chaque fois que Kirino dit « lolicon » dans cet épisode.

Épisodes précédents : 12, 3

Vous vous souvenez de la fois où j’ai dit dans le commentaire de l’épisode 1 que c’était sympa que les animateurs évitent de nous balancer à la gueule du fanservice loli inapproprié alors qu’ils en avaient l’occasion ?

WELL, FUCK THAT.

Ore no Imôto ga Konna Ni Kawaii Wake Ga Nai. // Studio A-1 Pictures // Débuté en avril 2013 // Prévu pour 13 épisodes // Réalisateur : Hiroyuki Kanbe

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Defensive Driving

Defensive driving is a great strategy for keeping yourself and your passengers safe on the road. It was the National Safety Council that created the first defensive driving course in the United States, in 1964. When you consider that vehicle crashes are a leading cause of unintentional injury deaths, it’s wise to learn how to be a defensive driver. The aim of defensive driving, according to the NSC’s defensive driving course, is “to reduce the risk of collision by anticipating dangerous situations, adverse conditions, or the mistakes of others.”

Here are some guidelines for defensive drivers:

Behind the Wheel

Hold the steering wheel at the 9 o’clock and 3 o’clock positions, which is safer than the previously recommended 10 and 2 o’clock positions. Avoid distracted driving behavior, including (but not limited to) using a phone (including both voice calls and texting), using a dashboard infotainment system, tending to a child, eating, holding a dog, or applying makeup. If you are willing to improve your engine performance check out these effuel eco obd2 reviews.

Look Around at All Times

Be alert and focused on the road. Scan the road ahead, and look in the rear-view and side-view mirrors, checking for obstacles in the road and traffic that is slowing down, in order to anticipate potential problems.

Avoid Driving While Drowsy or Angry

Drive only when you are feeling calm. Don’t drive when you are tired or upset. If you become tired while driving, pull over to a safe spot, like a parking lot or a highway rest stop, and take a nap, or get a cup of coffee. If you have a long drive, plan for periodic rest stops.

Go With the Flow

Keep up with traffic. It can be dangerous to drive either too fast or too slowly, as the safest driving speed is the one that keeps you in the flow with the speed at which most other vehicles are moving.

Use the Three-Second Rule for Safe Spacing

While driving, notice a fixed object on the road ahead. When the vehicle in front of you passes that object, count: “One independence, two independence, three independence.” If you pass that object before you are done reciting that phrase, drive more slowly. This way, if that vehicle stops short, you should have enough reaction time to avoid rear-ending it. 

Let Other Drivers Know Your Intentions

Always use your vehicle’s turn signals, even when you are in a left-turn or right-turn lane. That will enable other drivers to know you are about to make a turn, and they will accordingly slow down safely.

Make sure to turn on your headlights when the sun goes down or when it’s starting to get dark out, and in inclement weather like rain. This helps other drivers see your vehicle. Colorado’s law requires you to turn on your headlights from sunset to sunrise, or when you are unable to see at least 1,000 feet ahead. In addition, the state requires that you turn on your vehicle’s parking lights any time it is parked alongside the road, whether or not anyone is in it, between sunset and sunrise, or when there is no visibility beyond 1,000 feet ahead.

It is essential that your operational brake lights are working. Those are the ones that let vehicles behind you know that you are slowing down. That lets them know to slow down as well.

Defensive driving includes avoiding the blind spot of a vehicle in front of you or in an adjacent lane. Many people will check their mirrors only before making a lane change. If you’re lurking slightly behind and a lane away from another vehicle, assume that the driver of that car can’t see you. Either safely speed up or slow down to avoid this scenario, which often results in an auto accident.

Don’t Succumb to Road Rage

It is dangerous to retaliate when an aggressive driver does something that angers you, such as cutting you off or tailgating. If the driver behind you is too close for comfort, tap your brakes a few times to signal the need for safe spacing between the vehicles. If that driver persists, then gradually slow down, to encourage him or her to pass you.

If you see a speeding driver or one who is aggressively changing lanes behind you, stay in your lane and maintain your speed.

Intersection Etiquette

To help prevent gridlock, move through an intersection only when it is completely clear of traffic. That way, you will avoid getting stuck waiting in the middle of the intersection for traffic to move out of it. Getting stuck waiting puts your vehicle at risk of being T-boned by another vehicle.

Be careful when turning into an intersection, as many rear-end collisions happen when the driver behind you thinks you are going to make the turn, even if traffic is backed up.

If you do find yourself stuck in an intersection, make sure there is adequate distance between your vehicle and others, just in case the driver behind you rear-ends your vehicle, so that the vehicle in front of you is not involved.

Drive According to Road Conditions

It is best to drive more slowly in bad weather. Tires lose traction at higher speeds, so slow driving wins the safety race. Even a light rain can produce dangerous driving conditions: When it has not rained recently, even a slight rain can pick up oil from the road, making it slippery. Avoid most weather changes by reading these Blast auxiliary reviews.

Be Cognizant of Traffic Rules

Read a Department of Motor Vehicles brochure to remind yourself of road rules. It contains information on rights of way, road signs, and traffic laws, and also features safe-driving tips.