Goku and Vegeta remain extremely OP until the Goku Black arc. In just 4 episodes after Copy Vegeta vs Gotenks, Episode 49 rolls around, and Future Trunks makes his return. We find out that Future Trunks spent the next decade after defeating Cell and Dabura training his Super Saiyan 2 form to the point where he could fight evenly with Super Saiyan 2 Goku (who of course exceeds his base form and by relation Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks)..

Nav recalls doing rounds one time with a South Sudanese assistant. After checking the vital signs of an elderly woman in one of the beds, Nav declared that she was looking remarkably better than the day before. His assistant looked puzzled. But we are developing the greatest force that we’ve ever had. We had $700 billion just approved, which was the reason I went along with that budget because we had to fix our military. General Mattis would tell you that above anybody.

Jeremy Cooke in Baghdad: Veterans say they have been poisonedThe veterans are attending an international medical conference in Baghdad on the impacts of depleted uranium, DU, which Iraq says is still poisoning the population.DU, a metal residue left when natural uranium is refined, gives shells extra penetrating power. On impact, the shells create an airborne dust, which can be poisonous if inhaled or ingested.Two British Gulf War veterans, Ray Bristow and Colin Purcell Lee, have travelled to Baghdad to gather more information on DU.The two men say they are suffering from the effects of DU.Our correspondent in Baghdad, Jeremy Cooke, says the fact that two British ex servicemen are at the symposium, sitting with their former enemies, is clearly embarrassing for the UK Government.Mr Bristow has learned that his home in Hull has been raided by Ministry of Defence police and several official documents removed.Mr Bristow:”I’m not frightened of the truth”The former warrant officer said he expects to be arrested when he gets home, but is not worried.”I’m not frightened of the truth. Maybe the Ministry of Defence are, the government are.

PESCA: OK, so this is one thing to look for. Jon Lester, a pitcher for the Cubs, is great at throwing the ball to the plate. When it comes to throwing the ball to the bases, he is a disaster. Lewis grew up poor, preaching to the chickens on a Southern sharecropper’s farm, but he had access to newspaper comics as an affordable form of entertainment and enlightenment. By the time he was a teenager well versed in comics’ unique language he was prepared to appreciate a strong comic book, and “The Montgomery Story” struck him like a call to action. His trajectory was launched.