Because 343 wanted to do their own take on it, really. But lore wise, Jul covenant had recruits mostly from a kig Yar subspecies called “ibie that come from certain colonies within the Y system (kig yar home system), Similar to how skirmishers are from a colony away from Eayn. Kig Yar have no unified government anymore since the fall of the covenant so their society is divided into large semi state “Clans” each lead by a queen.
That’s all that matters to me. The rest of it is just noise and bluster from bother quarters. At least if we’re not going to be real equals, let’s look nice and enjoy ourselves.. Walker crushes my fun with some science: “Alcohol is probably the most misunderstood of all chemicals we use for sleep. People often say you can have a night cap and fall asleep more quickly but alcohol is a sedative, and sedation doesn give you the benefits of natural sleep. I feel he is right on this one: I never sleep well on nights I drink alcohol..
So much has changed since I started CP Shoes. On a personal level, since starting this blog, I have started two new jobs. One of those jobs prevented me from blogging. It will be the 15th anniversary for Emerald Island Casino, which celebrates being Irish all year long. For everyone who is Irish or “Irish at heart,” the St. Patrick Day Party will be held with complimentary Irish coffee, cake, hors d and party favors including hats and green shamrocks leis.
To say Koa Smith was at the right place at the right time is perfectly accurate.Perched precariously on his surfboard, the 23 year old from Hawaii rode a wave off the coast of Namibia, on the western shore of Africa, for 120 straight seconds. He stayed upright for nearly a mile (1.5 kilometers) as he traveled through an unheard of eight barrels the hollow formed by the curve of the wave as it breaks over the rider’s head.Almost as amazing Smith and videographer Chris Rogers filmed the entire ride using both a drone that hovered overhead, and a GoPro attached to a mouthpiece that Smith wore while he rode.”I’d like to think that everything I’ve done my whole life led up to that moment,” Smith said of his masterpiece over a one of a kind wave last month, the likes of which has never been documented before.Smith owes his success to being every bit as much a calculated scientist as a devil may care risktaker.Much as a meteorologist tracks storms several days before they hit, Smith and many world class surfers have mastered the art of reading weather charts to predict when and where the greatest sized ocean swells will hit. It’s one thing to know they’re coming, quite another to get to where the action is, and Smith is more than willing to drop everything in search of the perfect wave.”He can be in one place one day, and you call him and he says, ‘I’m taking off for Africa tomorrow,'” says Smith’s publicist, Ryan Runke.The locale of his greatest triumph is called Skeleton Bay a mystic stretch of beach fronting the South Atlantic on the western coast of Africa.Don’t bother trying to go unless you know someone who knows the area.