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  • we call him zeb. interests include: bass. super smash. chess. books. tech & tech decks. . 🎸🎮♟📚🖥🛹 . ***last show supporting @carolinerosemuzak is next Thursday 9/19 in DC at @unionstage *** .
grab those 🎟 before it sells out! 
www.greattimeband.com/tour
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    @greattimeband

    we call him zeb. interests include: bass. super smash. chess. books. tech & tech decks. . 🎸🎮♟📚🖥🛹 . ***last show supporting @carolinerosemuzak is next Thursday 9/19 in DC at @unionstage *** .
    grab those 🎟 before it sells out!
    www.greattimeband.com/tour

  •  97  7  14 September, 2019
  • Com a #Molheira em Plástico Cristal #Zeek sua #mesa vai ficar completa.
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Sirva aquele #molho para #carne, peixe, ou qualquer #refeição que tenha sido feita com carinho!
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Combine com os demais #utensílios Zeek para sua #mesa ficar perfeita no dia-a-dia ou ocasiões festivas.
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Feito em plástico atóxico (sem bisfenol-A), vem com tampa e colher de servir.
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    @zeekcabideseutilidades

    Com a #Molheira em Plástico Cristal #Zeek sua #mesa vai ficar completa.

    Sirva aquele #molho para #carne, peixe, ou qualquer #refeição que tenha sido feita com carinho!

    Combine com os demais #utensílios Zeek para sua #mesa ficar perfeita no dia-a-dia ou ocasiões festivas.

    Feito em plástico atóxico (sem bisfenol-A), vem com tampa e colher de servir.

  •  13  0  11 September, 2019

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  • July 10th, 1940 - On this day in World War Two history, the Japanese deploy new A6M Zero fighters against Chinese forces.
The A6M Zero was like nothing ever seen before in 1940. It's speed was appalling, it's range simply astonishing, it's firepower very adequate, but it's best quality was its maneuverability.
Combined with the amazing range of the Zero (Zeke), the Japanese were able to dominate the skies over Asia (China) and the Pacific up until 1942. 
This fighter became a legendary dog fighter, and soon acquired a kill ratio of 12:1. When the Americans entered the war, they struggled in the first months to effectively counter the Zero, and its reputation became terrifying. 
Further on in 1942, with better equipment and tactics, the allies were able to fight the Japanese Zekes on generally equal terms, and then it was simply up to the skill of the pilot to determine the fate of a dogfight.
In the year 1943, when Japan really began to lose immense amounts of land in the Pacific, the Zero became less effective against newer allied aircraft and tactics and its design weaknesses began to poke through. The only thing the Zero had left over the allies was its maneuverability.
In 1944-45, the Zero still played a major role for the allies as new Japanese aircraft were hard to design and produce when Japan was under constant bombardment from allied Bombers.
The Zeke is one of the most popular planes of World War Two, and even if it became outdated by 1944, it still held on to the legendary status it once had. This picture depicts a downed Japanese zero.
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    July 10th, 1940 - On this day in World War Two history, the Japanese deploy new A6M Zero fighters against Chinese forces.
    The A6M Zero was like nothing ever seen before in 1940. It's speed was appalling, it's range simply astonishing, it's firepower very adequate, but it's best quality was its maneuverability.
    Combined with the amazing range of the Zero (Zeke), the Japanese were able to dominate the skies over Asia (China) and the Pacific up until 1942.
    This fighter became a legendary dog fighter, and soon acquired a kill ratio of 12:1. When the Americans entered the war, they struggled in the first months to effectively counter the Zero, and its reputation became terrifying.
    Further on in 1942, with better equipment and tactics, the allies were able to fight the Japanese Zekes on generally equal terms, and then it was simply up to the skill of the pilot to determine the fate of a dogfight.
    In the year 1943, when Japan really began to lose immense amounts of land in the Pacific, the Zero became less effective against newer allied aircraft and tactics and its design weaknesses began to poke through. The only thing the Zero had left over the allies was its maneuverability.
    In 1944-45, the Zero still played a major role for the allies as new Japanese aircraft were hard to design and produce when Japan was under constant bombardment from allied Bombers.
    The Zeke is one of the most popular planes of World War Two, and even if it became outdated by 1944, it still held on to the legendary status it once had. This picture depicts a downed Japanese zero.

  •  3,297  8  10 July, 2017