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One Piece Episode 226 |LINK|


Blissfully unspoilered One Piece noob takes the plunge and wades through the eight-hundred plus episodes of One Piece for the first time.POSTS: Monday, Thursday, Saturday. TWITTER: @thdray1 Will answer questions there too.DISCUSSION: If you want to join in the One Piece chat, I've set replies to week-long followers only (as spoiler protection). Reblogs work, though, so I'll answer from those too.




One Piece Episode 226



I recently stumbled upon a One Piece pic which left me dumbfounded. In the picture below you can clearly see that 2 Zoros appear at the same time, being a One Piece fan myself I wasn't able to remember when that happened. Does any of you guys in which episode (or special or movie) did this happen?


On this episode of The Life Coach School, I want to revisit the concept of believing the thoughts that a future you, who already has what you want, would be thinking in order to reach any goal in life.


Alright, here's the thing. Today we're going to talk about believing hard. I decided to do an episode on this after I taught one of my certified coach trainings and I told my students that they weren't believing hard enough. And for some reason, that blew their mind. Like, I say that all the time. You have to commit to believing, commit to believing, but I guess I said it in a little bit of different way that they heard in a different way. Like, you need to believe hard so I'm like, maybe I need to tell all my students that, all of you guys that believing hard is so important.


And let me tell you what I mean by that. I want you to imagine that you're looking at a piece of paper and there's a little stick figure that is you before. And then on the other side of the page is a little stick figure that is you after. So before is actually now, that is where you are right now. You are the before version of who you're going to be, and we're always going to be evolving. There's always going to be a before version. I am the before I make a $100 million version of myself right now. I am the before version of being a grandma. Hopefully not for a long time.


Now, you guys know me. I'm all about the achieving. I love it. Get the result, create it, why not? Super fun. Show yourself how the world works. But the most important piece is not when you achieve it. The most important piece is when you commit to believing it and you believe it hard no matter what. No matter what.


Since the show is continuing, it will have over 1000 episodes and not every episode is canon in One Piece. For people looking to skip filler, here's the watch order and filler episodes that can be skipped in One Piece. All these episodes can be skipped if the One Piece fans wish to, since they are not much important for the storyline.


These arcs mentioned above are all filler. One interesting fact about One Piece is that only 10 percent of the show is filler. Which means someone who is new to the anime will still have to watch over 900 episodes to catch up with the weekly release.


Toys to LifeEpisode InformationSeason5Season episode31Overall episode226SeriesScott The WozViewersViews1.5M+Like/dislike ratio90K+ vs 861+IMDb score8.8/10*Other InformationTopicToys to LifeChannelScott The WozAirdateDecember 12, 2021PreviousNextConsole BundlesMario Party 2 - Party HarderToys to Life is the 31st episode of Scott The Woz Season 5 and overall the 226th episode. The video was uploaded on December 12, 2021, by Scott Wozniak on Scott The Woz.


Special thanks to Zak and Make-A-Wish! Over the summer, Make-A-Wish contacted me about Zak and it was one of the coolest experiences meeting him. He requested a Scott The Woz episode on Skylanders: Trap Team back in June, but I asked if Toys to Life in general would be okay considering it would be tough to do an episode on its own about just that one game. Zak played Dex Mohs in this episode!


One Piece is a legendary series. The manga, written by Eiichiro Oda, launched in 1997 and quickly mesmerized fans with its fun plot and likable characters. In 1999, One Piece was turned into an anime, and both the anime and the manga are still running today. The manga recently released its 1000th chapter, and the anime broadcast its 1000th episode earlier this year. So, this is not a franchise you can get through in an afternoon. In fact, if you did nothing but watch One Piece, it would take you over 16 days to get to the latest episode, showing how large this franchise is.


Hello there this is On The Ledge podcast coming to you with not so live from On The Ledge towers. Bedfordshire, England. No, it's not general Kenobi. It's Jane Perrone. Although, I can understand how you'd get the two mixed up. And this is a podcast very much about houseplants. And for episode 226. It's a q&a special How are you diddling? I am diddling, well, I'm diddling. Okay, I'm working on the developmental edits of my book at the minute, which basically means that it's been sent off to an editor who sent it back. And so I'm doing some work on it right now to make it even better than it was before. I know it's frustrating this waiting game, I don't yet have a publication date. I can tell you, it's not going to be till 2023. I know that's lightyears away for those of us who are eagerly anticipating the book. But it's going to be worth the wait, I promise you and thank you to everyone who continues to pre order. But don't worry if for some reason you don't want to preorder that's absolutely fine. It will be available in all good book shops. Sorry for the plug. But I do know lots of you wanted to know what's happening. So I wanted just to fill you in, plug over and a thank you to hola, exclamation mark for leaving a lovely review for the show.


And let's have a look at what to do and how to do it. Right Hello, philodendron, Florida. It's outside, as I say the leaves on it are looking, looking okay, then not obviously showing any signs of pest at the minute, but they are showing signs of historic pest damage. Thank you thrips. But what I can see from looking at this plant that it is eminently choppable. So the great thing about philodendrons is generally it's quite easy to see what you're working with in terms of where to chop. Each vine has got a node with one leaf coming out of the side of it, and they tend to alternate, so you get a leaf coming out on one side than a leaf coming out on the neck, other side on the next joint. And usually you'll find a little ring of adventitious roots coming out of the bottom of that node, which is great because that's basically the start of a new root system for your cutting. And I can see where I've chopped this plant before and the axillary bud on that no, just above that node where I've chopped has and that's the that's the opposite side of the leaf. There's this axillary board which is lying dormant until you take off that top cutting and then that is where the new life will burst through. I've got a knife here which I'm going to use to chop I don't know, I can't remember how easy this is going to be but how this stem feels pretty woody and firm but we'll give it a go. So where am I going to chop Well, I'm going to look just above that node and I'm going to chop just above it leaving the leaf intact now on this plant let's just see. Okay, so I've got actually got I've actually got 1-2-3 stems coming out of this plant so I'm going to chop the this particular piece so I'm going in just above that the leaf and the node and slicing through with my knife and easy as pie comes away. Oh, it's got a I've just there's a I've got a cutting of Solomon's Seal, a division of Solomon's Seal which is a garden plant that sat next to this plant and that suffers from a infestation by a saw fly, which produces these little green, not green grey caterpillars. And so one of these grey caterpillars has dropped from the Solomon's seal on to the philodendron. And it's very confused because it doesn't want to eat the philodendron. It wants to eat the Solomon seals. Yes, that is not going to trouble my plant, but I'm going to put them down there. And hopefully, one of the rings from the nest above me will come and have a nice feast on those. So I've taken my cutting of my philodendron. No, that's a piece of dead geranium. That's not my cutting, here's my cutting. And what you can see from this is that I've got this stretch of stem, I'm going to trim off the internodal bit of stem. So that's the bit that goes from the point that I caught up to the next node, I'm going to trim that off, because that's not going to grow into anything. And I'm left with this. What some people would call a wet sick I suppose, which is got a node on one side and a leaf on the other side. And this should grow nicely into a new plant. And there's various ways that I could propagate this. When I've propagated this in the past, I've just stuck it in a glass of water, and it's been absolutely fine. But if you want to propagate it in a propagation box, containing some spagna moss or some damp, expanded clay pebbles, that would work just as well. I found this is extremely easy to root. Not problematic at all, I haven't bothered sealing the cutting of the stem with any wax or anything as I will might do for a larger stem like a like a monster. And but this should grow quite quickly. And then what you can do and use just thought the cutting back into the original parts of possibly moving it to a larger pot. And that should then allow your plant to have multiple stems. And your problem is solved. I mean, I could actually I'm going to take off another one actually here. So I'm going to cut again just above that node leaving that leaf intact, that's adjoining the node. And now I've got another cutting with two nodes on it. And I'm going to just trim that node back. There we go. Chuck that on the flowerbed and I've got my two cuttings. So I think I'm going to put one of these in water and the other one, I'm going to try in the crop box, the one I'm going to put into water, I'm going to remove the lower leaf because that's just going to rot because it's going to be under the water surface. And I'm left with a one leaf cutting with two nose, which should do very, very nicely. And yeah, this plants are really, really syphon thrips is a tough old being. So hopefully you'll have no problems. But do let me know how you get on. And I will attempt to put a picture in the show notes to show you what I've done. 041b061a72


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