SGT FRANK WOODS: Truly the greatest Call of Duty character there is. I was so mad when I though he died in the original black ops story, after presumably sacrificing himself to save Mason's life after one of villains pulls a grenade pin from himself and it's originally presumed they both died. But in black ops two its revealed neither were harmed por the blast only por the fall, and Woods was taken hostage, and after tu rescue him at the beginning of the game he again becomes a lead character, only this time he's even más so. Unlike the first one, the story is much más about Woods then Mason....
#1: (live audience scene): Peele: What I often do.. I take note of things my girl dose wrong, and call her on it at the right times. Key: (pretending to be the girl) Jordon, why'd tu leave the toilet asiento up? Peele: perra WHY WAS tu LATE LAST NIGHT, AND I DIDN'T SAY NOTHING!?
#2: (live audience scene): Girl in audience: (laughing too hard) Key: Ma'am... Breath.
#3: Key: (texting angrily) do tu even WANT to hang out!? Peele: (texting calmly) Like I said...
#1: Phillip Clyde: I'm going to kill tu both. Then, I'm going to drain all your blood, take out your bones, put your body in a big chair with some elves and reindeer, and sit on your lap and tell tu all the cool shit I want for Christmas. Elliot Salem: This guy *clearly* had a messed up childhood. Tyson Rios: [scoff] Ya think?
#2: Phillip Clyde: No problem, fuck-o. [gives the middle finger and jumps off the ship] Elliot Salem: "Fuck-o"?. Who says that!?
#3: Phillip Clyde: I'm gonna kill tu both, slice tu open and go to an aerobics class waring your intestines for leg warmers! Elliot Salem: I mean...
“Now a rainbow's tale isn't quite as nice as the story we knew of sugar and spice.”
There’s long been rumors as to how exactly rainbows are made in Equestria. While a great amount of Pegasi ponies are employed in the arco iris department of the weather factory, almost all of them do the low-end work. What’s known is that great streams of Spectra, the individual colores of the rainbow, flow through large grates and into vast vats. From there, workers carefully and equally mix the spectra into the coagulated arco iris pools that dot and run through the factory and surrounding city.
During the initial release, a crowd of protesters formed around the entrance to MGM, calling for a ban on the film. They claimed it would incite violence in children. Local news reporters were broadcasting live from the scene, and the producer David Kirschner was watching, disturbed por what he saw. Jeffrey Hilton, who worked with Kirschner at MGM, dicho he could defuse the situation in ten minutes. Hilton went down and spoke to the ringleader and then the group disbanded, to the chagrin of the newscasters. Hilton never specified whether it was threats o diplomacy that saved the day.