Refrigerator is not accurate?
Wow, the references:
Frieza saying "absalon" at the end of the intro.
Trunks confused about Frieza's name.
Frieza's line "At that sounds like it's not my problem". His chuckle while he said it. Definitely could hear some Yami in it.
All in all, definitely better than the last couple.
heh they gave the green dude with the black voice, the ain't no body got time for that meme reference as well.
Nothing really made me laugh in this one, Frieza's henchmen was probably the best part.
The back of vegeta's shirt was kinda funny, smirked a bit at it. the constantly changing gag.
They should really do a Yamcha Owned count for this Saga. From what I remember, Yamcha takes a lot more abuse than Krillin. He's already been verbally owned by several people in the last few episodes, and we still have the gravity room and him meeting the Androids to look forward too. Krillin, on the other hand, doesn't really have anything bad happen to him until Cell reaches his perfect form.
Maybe say that during the time skip, Krillin wished on the Dragon Balls for Yamcha to be the new Krillin. That's why he's the only one not to get his ass kicked by the Androids and ends up with a hot wife.
Here's a documentary on kangaroo's and a guy who takes care of them, this guy is like a real life Goku. His philosophy on life bares many similarities with our beloved hero.
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The generalist looks outward; he looks for living principles, knowing full well that such principles change, that they develop. It is to the characteristics of change itself that the mentat-generalist must look. There can be no permanent catalogue of such change, no handbook or manual. You must look at it with as few preconceptions as possible, asking yourself, "Now what is this thing doing?" -Children of Dune
Grats on the Mod Zoma!
"There is no teacher but the enemy. No one but the enemy will tell you what the enemy is going to do. No one but the enemy will ever teach you how to destroy and conquer. Only the enemy shows you where you are weak. Only the enemy tells you where he is strong. And the rules of the game are what you can do to him and what you can stop him from doing to you." -Mazer Rackham - Ender's Game Orson Scott Card