【WSP・SRS】レスキューポリス総合12【SRED】

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795名無しより愛をこめて2018/05/25(金) 22:28:43.35ID:lqJXp1o/0
Omar Khayyam, Arabic in full Ghiy?th al-D?n Ab? al-Fat? ?Umar ibn Ibr?h?m al-N?s?b?r? al-Khayy?m?, (born May 18, 1048, Neysh?b?r [also
spelled N?sh?p?r], Khor?s?n [now Iran]?died December 4, 1131, Neysh?b?r), Persian mathematician, astronomer, and poet, renowned in his own country and time for his scientific achievements but chiefly known to
English-speaking readers through the translation of a collection of his rob???y?t (“quatrains”) in The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam (1859), by the English writer Edward FitzGerald.

His name Khayyam (“Tentmaker”) may have been derived from his father’s trade. He received a good education in th
e sciences and philosophy in his native Neysh?b?r before traveling to Samarkand (now in Uzbekistan), where he completed t
he algebra treatise, Ris?lah fi?l-bar?h?n ?al? mas??il al-jabr wa?l-muq?balah
(“Treatise on Demonstration of Problems of Algebra”), on which his mathematical reputation principally rests. In this treatise he gave a systematic discussion of the
solution of cubic equations by means of intersecting conic sections. Perhaps it was in the context of this work that he discovered how to extend Abu al-Waf?’s results on the extraction of cube and fourth
roots to the extraction of nth roots of numbers for arbitrary whole numbers n.

He made such a name for himself that the Seljuq sultan Malik-Sh?h invited him to E?fah?n to undertake the astronomical observations necessary for the reform of the calendar. (See The Western calendar and calendar
reforms.) To accomplish this an observatory was built there, and a new calendar was produced, known as the Jal?l? calendar. Based on making 8 of every 33 years leap years, it was more accurate than the present Gregorian calendar,
and it was adopted in 1075 by Malik-Sh?h. In E?fah?n he also produced fundamental critiques of Euclid’s theory of parallels as well as his theory of proportion. In connection with the former his ideas eventually made their way to Europe,
where they influenced the English mathematician John Wallis
(1616?1703); in connection with the latter he argued for the important idea of enlarging the notion of number to include ratios of magnitudes (and hence such irrational numbers as Square root of√2 and π).

His years in E?fah?n were very productive ones, but after the death of his patron in 1092 the sultan’
s widow turned against him, and soon thereafter Omar went on a pilgrimage to Mecca. He then returned to Neysh?b?r where he taught and served the court as an astrologer. Philosophy, jurisprudence, history,
mathematics, medicine, and astronomy are among the subjects mastered by this brilliant man.

Omar’s fame in the West rests upon the collection of rob???y?t, or “quatrains,” attributed to him.
(A quatrain is a piece of verse complete in four lines, usually rhyming aaaa or aaba; it is close in style and spirit to the epigram.) Omar’s poems had attracted comparatively little attention until they inspired FitzGerald to write
his celebrated The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, containing such now-famous phrases as “A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of Bread?and Thou,” “Take the Cash, and let the Credit go,” and “The Flower that once has blown forever dies.”
These quatrains have been translated into almost every major language and are largely responsible for colouring European ideas about Persian poetry. Some scholars have doubted that Omar wrote poetry. His contemporaries
took no notice of his verse, and not until two centuries after his death did a few quatrains appear under his name. Even then, the verses were mostly used as quotations against particular views ostensibly held by Omar,
leading some scholars to suspect that they may have been invented and attributed to Omar because of his scholarly reputation.

Each of Omar’s quatrains forms a complete poem in itself. It was FitzGerald who conceived the idea of

796名無しより愛をこめて2018/05/25(金) 22:29:46.77ID:lqJXp1o/0
went to the hospital due to back pain, and they put me on a water bed kind of thing.
The thing that fix your back by vibrating.
The strength of the vibration have 3 setting, “strong” “medium” and “weak”,
I started off with “weak” but couldn’t feel a thing.
So I said to the nurse “I can’t feel anything”
She reply “Then I’ll set it to medium, if there anything else just use the call button.”
And she left after saying that.
After a while, I still don’t feel the vibration
I press the button and call the nurse over
“I’ll set it to strong then.”
And she sets it to “strong.”
The strangest thing, I still couldn’t feel a thing, then I look to my side,
The old man right next to me is vibrating like crazy.

This one time I was in a car with 3 of my friend.
The car we were in was a modified one, where in a normal car all seats face the front.
This seats in this car and turn around, so everyone can be facing each other
Since we were all friend so why not sit together, so my friend turn the seat around,
And the some guy holding up a news paper also got turned since he was in the same seat.
So my friend turn the chair back,
And the guy was turned around again.

When your mom walk in on you watching prom,
You said “What are they making!? Children~!! Correct~!!”
While trying to pass it off as a joke, mom reply
“I’m sorry I could only make someone like you”

You guys make FOREX too hard
The stock is very mechanic, as long as the loss-cut is -2% and profit taking is 4% then it’s fine
Using this simple rule, I made my $820,000 profile into $140,000

You won’t get good result on that…

Make the loss-cut is -5% and profit taking is 5%
With this I made my $400,000 into $12,000

Tomorrow is finally the National Center Test for University Admissions!
I’m so nervous right now…
Anyone taking the test should be resting for the big day tomorrow right?

I’ve seen the exams bulletin
It seems that there will be testing today and tomorrow…

I told my parent and they cry at me. Got mad at me. Hit me.
I called the teacher and they yelled at me, and told me to come to school right now.

Even if I go now……it’s kind of too late, huh?

2 days ago me and 2 of my friend went to a family restaurant
It was busy so we wrote our name on the wait list

After a while, the waitress called out “Party for 3 F,Frieza?”
I whispered to my friend “There’s always someone doing this,”
And then the other friend stood up, and said “It’s time! Let’s go! Zarbon, Dodoria!!”

797名無しより愛をこめて2018/05/25(金) 22:30:51.55ID:lqJXp1o/0
Dalsze badania prowadzone wspolnie z m??em P. Curie, doprowadzi?y do odkrycia w 1
898 roku dwoch nowych pierwiastkow radioaktywnych pochodz?cych od uranu ? polonu i radu
. Oba te pierwiastki znalaz?y po?niej szerokie zastosowanie, m. in. w medycynie.
Polon stosowany jest np. jako ?rod?o cz?stek alfa oraz w mieszaninie z berylem jako ?rod?o neutronow,
a tak?e jako aktywator fosforow w lampach luminescencyjnych. Ponadto znalaz? on zastosowani
e w generowaniu pol elektrostatycznych w ma?ych przeno?nych ?rod?ach pr?du, na przyk?ad takich, ktorych w
medycynie u?ywa si? do zasilania serca. Rad jest pierwiastkiem, ktorego niewielka
cz?steczka mo?e przez wiele lat emitowa? ciep?o i ?wiat?o. Jest najwa?niejszym
pierwiastkiem jaki odkryto od czasow wyizolowania tlenu. Stosowany jest zwykle w postaci chlorku l
ub bromku radu jako ?rod?o promieniowania gamma w leczeniu nowotworow z?o?liwych niektorych chorob
skornych. Siarczan i w?glan radu s? natomiast u?ywane do wyrobu farb ?wiec?cych.
W dalszych pracach nad promieniotworczo?ci?, w 1900 roku Maria Sk?odowska-Curie wysun??a przypuszczenie,
?e emitowane przez uran promienie alfa mog? zawiera? cz?steczki substancji radioaktywnych. W przysz?o?ci uznano s?uszno?? tej hipotezy.

W 1903 roku uczona przedstawi?a w rozprawie doktorskiej wyniki swoich bada? nad promieniowaniem radioaktywnym
. Komisja oceni?a j? bardzo pozytywnie, stwierdzaj?c ?e jest osob?, ktora da?a najwi?kszy wk?ad w historii zdobywania
doktoratu. Jeszcze tego samego roku otrzyma?a wraz z m??em Nagrod? Nobla w dziedzinie fizyki. W
1904 roku zosta?a kierownikiem laboratorium na Sorbonie, a w dwa lata po?niej, kiedy
Piotr Curie zgin?? w wypadku, przej??a po m??u stanowisko profesora na tym uniwersytecie, zostaj?c kierownikiem katedry promieniotworczo?ci.
Po ?mierci m??a kontynuowa?a samodzielnie swoje badania, uzyskuj?c m. in. w laboratorium w 1910 roku rad
w postaci czystego metalu. W 1911 roku M. Sk?odowska-Curie otrzyma?a po raz drugi Nagrod?
Nobla, tym razem w dziedzinie chemii, za prac? nad chemicznymi i fizycznymi w?a?ciwo?ciami polonu
i radu, oraz za prace dotycz?ce metod wyodr?bniania, oczyszczania
i pomiaru aktywno?ci pierwiastkow promieniotworczych.
Niezale?nie od bada? i odkry? naukowych, uczona przyczyni?a si? do zorganizowania Instytutu Radowego w Pary?u
jak rownie? pomaga?a czynnie w zorganizowaniu,
otwartej w 1912 roku, Pracowni Radiologicznej Warszawskiego Towarzystwa Naukowego, a po?niej (w 1932 roku) ? Instytutu Radowego w
Warszawie. W czasie I wojny ?wiatowej wraz ze swoj? cork? kierowa?a polow? s?u?b?
radiologiczn?. Do ko?ca wojny przyj??a ponad milion pacjentow. W latach dwudziestych zacz??a traci?
wzrok. Zmar?a na bia?aczk? w 1934 roku, maj?c 67 lat.

Jako wspo?tworczyni nauki o promieniotworczo?ci i autorka pionierskich prac z fizyki i chemii j?drowej,
Maria Sk?odowska-Curie z wielu powodow zas?uguje na podziw. Jednak?e pomimo dwoch Nagrod Nobla i wielu osi?gni??
naukowych, za ?ycia nie w pe?ni zosta?a doceniona. Na prze?omie XIX i XX wieku opor przeciwko t
emu, by kobiet? uzna? za naukowca by? bowiem tak wielki, ?e nigdy nie wybrano jej do Francuskiej Akademii Nauk
. Dopiero ko?cem XX wieku Francja ponownie uczci?a pami?? zmar?ej uczonej i w 1995 roku prochy Marii Sk?odowskiej-Curie oraz jej m??a spocz??y w paryskim Panteonie.

798名無しより愛をこめて2018/05/26(土) 19:18:14.57ID:x6Rrdv3o0
>>787
ゲストで売れてなかった頃の高畑淳子や遠藤憲一
、遠野なぎこが出てたな、今は無理か?

799名無しより愛をこめて2018/05/27(日) 15:03:06.16ID:j18g0ZDQd
7話
村田建造40歳 詐欺、窃盗、無銭飲食などで前科三犯
・「ファイヤーハリケーン」、「燃やせ瞳を!」が流れる
 「燃やせ瞳を!」を歌っているのは宮内洋だとすぐにわかったw
 歌い方が独特だからな

8話
・カフェレストラン パミール
 練馬区
・新型ジェット燃料:NSUP23-8864
・「激走!レスキューマシン」が流れる
・マリ子が突き落とされてから車に乗りこんで着化
 着化は何秒かかるんだ?

800名無しより愛をこめて2018/05/27(日) 15:03:11.36ID:feMtEj3o0
次の方どうぞ

801名無しより愛をこめて2018/05/27(日) 15:03:22.74ID:j18g0ZDQd
村田
娘の命を
助けたければ
明日の朝六時に
例の俺のアジトに
一人で来い

早い!安い!親切!
大曲救急捜査隊
ウインスペクターよりも頼りになるぞ
OKT さあ!今すぐお電話を
隊長 大曲大造
隊員 大曲長一郎
隊員 大曲マリ子
TEL 92?

802名無しより愛をこめて2018/05/27(日) 15:03:32.87ID:feMtEj3o0
>>801
次の方どうぞ

803名無しより愛をこめて2018/05/29(火) 11:00:50.68ID:4SewhZfN0
President Trump relishes his reputation as a savvy dealmaker. “Deals are my art form,” he once tweeted.
“Other people paint beautifully or write poetry. I like making deals, preferably big deals.”
He promised during the 2016 campaign that if elected, he would work with politicians and foreign leaders to make “smart deals for the country.”
But since he took office there has been precious little evidence of Trump’s vaunted dealmaking prowess.
Such successes as his administration has been able to claim have generally been accomplished without his direct involvement?and sometimes in spite of it.

There is, though, one obvious piece of evidence from the president’s political career that suggests his dealmaking reputation might be
deserved after all: the relationship he has with evangelical political leaders.
He has lavished them with attention and let them bask in his celebrity star-power, things that they, long feeling like outsiders
in American culture and politics,
have badly craved. In exchange, they have thrown him their support?unconditional
support, by all appearances?and with it, the backing of a political constituency vital to his success at the polls.

In The Faith of Donald J. Trump, authors David Brody and Scott Lamb provide an in-depth look at the relationship between
the president and American evangelicals. Brody and Lamb?respectively a newscaster
with Pat Robertson’s Christian Broadcasting Network and a vice president at Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University?
have written what they dub a “spiritual biography,” even though they come right out and say they have no intention of
answering the question of whether
Trump is a Christian. Instead, they hope to convey his faith through his actions.

In the process, though, Brody and Lamb inadvertently expose the corruption and moral vacuity of the political evangelical movement in the United States.

Trump only started paying attention to evangelicals once he began to consider running for president?some five or more years before the 2016 campaign. He made a show of cozying up to evangelical
pastors who write books that usually don’t sell well outside their own congregations. He reached out to the prosperity-gospel heretic
Paula White and flattered her. He asked questions of other religious leaders.

As his ambitions grew, Trump cannily cultivated relationships with evangelicals, and they convinced themselves that those relationships must be sincere since they began before he openly started campaigning for
the presidency. Once he did start openly campaigning, the outreach
only became more intensive. As Brody and Lamb report, Trump would seek out the preachers to sit next to at events. He would bring his mother’s Bible to meetings to show it off. Evangelicals fell for it. So
deluded and distracted are they by the trappings of power, they do not even see what Brody and Lamb see. “He’s the P. T. Barnum of the 21st century,” an anonymous banker in the book
says of Donald Trump. These evangelical leaders have yet to realize that they are the suc

804名無しより愛をこめて2018/05/29(火) 11:02:08.54ID:4SewhZfN0
Omar Khayyam, Arabic in full Ghiy?th al-D?n Ab? al-Fat? ?Umar ibn Ibr?h?m al-N?s?b?r? al-Khayy?m?, (born May 18, 1048, Neysh?b?r [also
spelled N?sh?p?r], Khor?s?n [now Iran]?died December 4, 1131, Neysh?b?r), Persian mathematician, astronomer, and poet, renowned in his own country and time for his scientific achievements but chiefly known to
English-speaking readers through the translation of a collection of his rob???y?t (“quatrains”) in The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam (1859), by the English writer Edward FitzGerald.

His name Khayyam (“Tentmaker”) may have been derived from his father’s trade. He received a good education in th
e sciences and philosophy in his native Neysh?b?r before traveling to Samarkand (now in Uzbekistan), where he completed t
he algebra treatise, Ris?lah fi?l-bar?h?n ?al? mas??il al-jabr wa?l-muq?balah
(“Treatise on Demonstration of Problems of Algebra”), on which his mathematical reputation principally rests. In this treatise he gave a systematic discussion of the
solution of cubic equations by means of intersecting conic sections. Perhaps it was in the context of this work that he discovered how to extend Abu al-Waf?’s results on the extraction of cube and fourth
roots to the extraction of nth roots of numbers for arbitrary whole numbers n.

He made such a name for himself that the Seljuq sultan Malik-Sh?h invited him to E?fah?n to undertake the astronomical observations necessary for the reform of the calendar. (See The Western calendar and calendar
reforms.) To accomplish this an observatory was built there, and a new calendar was produced, known as the Jal?l? calendar. Based on making 8 of every 33 years leap years, it was more accurate than the present Gregorian calendar,
and it was adopted in 1075 by Malik-Sh?h. In E?fah?n he also produced fundamental critiques of Euclid’s theory of parallels as well as his theory of proportion. In connection with the former his ideas eventually made their way to Europe,
where they influenced the English mathematician John Wallis
(1616?1703); in connection with the latter he argued for the important idea of enlarging the notion of number to include ratios of magnitudes (and hence such irrational numbers as Square root of√2 and π).

His years in E?fah?n were very productive ones, but after the death of his patron in 1092 the sultan’
s widow turned against him, and soon thereafter Omar went on a pilgrimage to Mecca. He then returned to Neysh?b?r where he taught and served the court as an astrologer. Philosophy, jurisprudence, history,
mathematics, medicine, and astronomy are among the subjects mastered by this brilliant man.

Omar’s fame in the West rests upon the collection of rob???y?t, or “quatrains,” attributed to him.
(A quatrain is a piece of verse complete in four lines, usually rhyming aaaa or aaba; it is close in style and spirit to the epigram.) Omar’s poems had attracted comparatively little attention until they inspired FitzGerald to write
his celebrated The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, containing such now-famous phrases as “A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of Bread?and Thou,” “Take the Cash, and let the Credit go,” and “The Flower that once has blown forever dies.”
These quatrains have been translated into almost every major language and are largely responsible for colouring European ideas about Persian poetry. Some scholars have doubted that Omar wrote poetry. His contemporaries
took no notice of his verse, and not until two centuries after his death did a few quatrains appear under his name. Even then, the verses were mostly used as quotations against particular views ostensibly held by Omar,
leading some scholars to suspect that they may have been invented and attributed to Omar because of his scholarly reputation.

Each of Omar’s quatrains forms a complete poem in itself. It was FitzGerald who conceived the idea of

805名無しより愛をこめて2018/05/29(火) 11:03:04.70ID:4SewhZfN0
Dalsze badania prowadzone wspolnie z m??em P. Curie, doprowadzi?y do odkrycia w 1
898 roku dwoch nowych pierwiastkow radioaktywnych pochodz?cych od uranu ? polonu i radu
. Oba te pierwiastki znalaz?y po?niej szerokie zastosowanie, m. in. w medycynie.
Polon stosowany jest np. jako ?rod?o cz?stek alfa oraz w mieszaninie z berylem jako ?rod?o neutronow,
a tak?e jako aktywator fosforow w lampach luminescencyjnych. Ponadto znalaz? on zastosowani
e w generowaniu pol elektrostatycznych w ma?ych przeno?nych ?rod?ach pr?du, na przyk?ad takich, ktorych w
medycynie u?ywa si? do zasilania serca. Rad jest pierwiastkiem, ktorego niewielka
cz?steczka mo?e przez wiele lat emitowa? ciep?o i ?wiat?o. Jest najwa?niejszym
pierwiastkiem jaki odkryto od czasow wyizolowania tlenu. Stosowany jest zwykle w postaci chlorku l
ub bromku radu jako ?rod?o promieniowania gamma w leczeniu nowotworow z?o?liwych niektorych chorob
skornych. Siarczan i w?glan radu s? natomiast u?ywane do wyrobu farb ?wiec?cych.
W dalszych pracach nad promieniotworczo?ci?, w 1900 roku Maria Sk?odowska-Curie wysun??a przypuszczenie,
?e emitowane przez uran promienie alfa mog? zawiera? cz?steczki substancji radioaktywnych. W przysz?o?ci uznano s?uszno?? tej hipotezy.

W 1903 roku uczona przedstawi?a w rozprawie doktorskiej wyniki swoich bada? nad promieniowaniem radioaktywnym
. Komisja oceni?a j? bardzo pozytywnie, stwierdzaj?c ?e jest osob?, ktora da?a najwi?kszy wk?ad w historii zdobywania
doktoratu. Jeszcze tego samego roku otrzyma?a wraz z m??em Nagrod? Nobla w dziedzinie fizyki. W
1904 roku zosta?a kierownikiem laboratorium na Sorbonie, a w dwa lata po?niej, kiedy
Piotr Curie zgin?? w wypadku, przej??a po m??u stanowisko profesora na tym uniwersytecie, zostaj?c kierownikiem katedry promieniotworczo?ci.
Po ?mierci m??a kontynuowa?a samodzielnie swoje badania, uzyskuj?c m. in. w laboratorium w 1910 roku rad
w postaci czystego metalu. W 1911 roku M. Sk?odowska-Curie otrzyma?a po raz drugi Nagrod?
Nobla, tym razem w dziedzinie chemii, za prac? nad chemicznymi i fizycznymi w?a?ciwo?ciami polonu
i radu, oraz za prace dotycz?ce metod wyodr?bniania, oczyszczania
i pomiaru aktywno?ci pierwiastkow promieniotworczych.
Niezale?nie od bada? i odkry? naukowych, uczona przyczyni?a si? do zorganizowania Instytutu Radowego w Pary?u
jak rownie? pomaga?a czynnie w zorganizowaniu,
otwartej w 1912 roku, Pracowni Radiologicznej Warszawskiego Towarzystwa Naukowego, a po?niej (w 1932 roku) ? Instytutu Radowego w
Warszawie. W czasie I wojny ?wiatowej wraz ze swoj? cork? kierowa?a polow? s?u?b?
radiologiczn?. Do ko?ca wojny przyj??a ponad milion pacjentow. W latach dwudziestych zacz??a traci?
wzrok. Zmar?a na bia?aczk? w 1934 roku, maj?c 67 lat.

Jako wspo?tworczyni nauki o promieniotworczo?ci i autorka pionierskich prac z fizyki i chemii j?drowej,
Maria Sk?odowska-Curie z wielu powodow zas?uguje na podziw. Jednak?e pomimo dwoch Nagrod Nobla i wielu osi?gni??
naukowych, za ?ycia nie w pe?ni zosta?a doceniona. Na prze?omie XIX i XX wieku opor przeciwko t
emu, by kobiet? uzna? za naukowca by? bowiem tak wielki, ?e nigdy nie wybrano jej do Francuskiej Akademii Nauk
. Dopiero ko?cem XX wieku Francja ponownie uczci?a pami?? zmar?ej uczonej

806名無しより愛をこめて2018/05/29(火) 11:06:32.65ID:4SewhZfN0
went to the hospital due to back pain, and they put me on a water bed kind of thing.
The thing that fix your back by vibrating.
The strength of the vibration have 3 setting, “strong” “medium” and “weak”,
I started off with “weak” but couldn’t feel a thing.
So I said to the nurse “I can’t feel anything”
She reply “Then I’ll set it to medium, if there anything else just use the call button.”
And she left after saying that.
After a while, I still don’t feel the vibration
I press the button and call the nurse over
“I’ll set it to strong then.”
And she sets it to “strong.”
The strangest thing, I still couldn’t feel a thing, then I look to my side,
The old man right next to me is vibrating like crazy.

This one time I was in a car with 3 of my friend.
The car we were in was a modified one, where in a normal car all seats face the front.
This seats in this car and turn around, so everyone can be facing each other
Since we were all friend so why not sit together, so my friend turn the seat around,
And the some guy holding up a news paper also got turned since he was in the same seat.
So my friend turn the chair back,
And the guy was turned around again.

When your mom walk in on you watching prom,
You said “What are they making!? Children~!! Correct~!!”
While trying to pass it off as a joke, mom reply
“I’m sorry I could only make someone like you”

You guys make FOREX too hard
The stock is very mechanic, as long as the loss-cut is -2% and profit taking is 4% then it’s fine
Using this simple rule, I made my $820,000 profile into $140,000

You won’t get good result on that…

Make the loss-cut is -5% and profit taking is 5%
With this I made my $400,000 into $12,000

Tomorrow is finally the National Center Test for University Admissions!
I’m so nervous right now…
Anyone taking the test should be resting for the big day tomorrow right?

I’ve seen the exams bulletin
It seems that there will be testing today and tomorrow…

I told my parent and they cry at me. Got mad at me. Hit me.
I called the teacher and they yelled at me, and told me to come to school right now.

Even if I go now……it’s kind of too late, huh?

2 days ago me and 2 of my friend went to a family restaurant
It was busy so we wrote our name on the wait list

After a while, the waitress called out “Party for 3 F,Frieza?”
I whispered to my friend “There’s always someone doing this,”
And then the other friend stood up, and said “It’s time! Let’s go! Zarbon, Dodoria!!”

807名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/03(日) 16:15:22.17ID:dfQfa2Hdd
9話
爆弾探知犬アレック号の退職!!
数々の殊勲をたてた警察犬
第一線をしりぞき静かに余生を送る
退職するアレック号
正木俊介氏
故小山正信氏

10話
『太陽にほえろ!』第157話「対決!6対6」のリメイクだそうだ
クラステクター着化タイムリミット5分を1分以上オーバー
ロケ地:ファミリーレストラン 栗の実、(株)田村不動産

11話予告を聞いていて思ったが、竜馬(りょうま)と良太(りょうた)は発音がほぼ同じだから別の名前にすべきだったな

808名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/03(日) 16:15:37.38ID:imD96yGX0
次の方どうぞ

809名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/03(日) 17:15:33.45ID:kg9cEK2D0
ウインスペクター10話で映ってる三和銀行、今は無いよね?

810名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/03(日) 18:31:53.61ID:YO17e4lW0
>>809
いまはUFJ銀行だな

811名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/04(月) 15:52:35.68ID:kZlGIClgd
着化のタイムリミットが5分なのは、宮内洋が演じたズバットを真似たの?
70年代らしくズバットスーツの装着時間の描写はいい加減だったが、クラステクターの装着時間の描写もいい加減
タイムリミットの描写は難しいんだろうな

812名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/04(月) 16:47:12.89ID:xDHOp2li0
次の方どうぞ

813名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/04(月) 18:25:07.04ID:QTzOmT8B0
着化を着火と頭の中で読んでしまう

814名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/04(月) 19:02:18.67ID:C9WlXnU7d
「着化」は造語だから仕方ない。
「ちゃっか」と入力しても「着化」と変換されずに「着火」と変換されるもの。
「着化」と入力するのが('A`)メンドクセ

815名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/04(月) 21:28:06.71ID:LYrfkHdh0
そんな時の辞書登録

816名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/05(火) 12:35:36.50ID:glIJcsNi0
今週配信されてる10話は、傑作選ビデオには収録されてないよね?先週の7話と8話と
今週の9話は収録されてるっぽいけど…。

817名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/06(水) 19:49:53.36ID:kjYiMNw+a0606
>>635
元々オタクジャンル全般が非難されていたのを
特撮の数が少ないだけの理由で
それを勝手に2(現5)ちゃんねらーの馬鹿が曲解してデッチアゲただけ
ニュース速報や宮崎の最後の台詞も優先はまずアニメが優先

あとそもそもまあこの時代のアニメは事件の三年前辺りから86年辺りからすでにほとんどが児童アニメか原作付きのアニメばかりだった
その証拠によく話題になってたガンダム(代わりに映画やOVAで補っていた)を始めとするリアルロボットアニメは終止符を打っていた
代わりにSDガンダムや勇者シリーズなどがまたその証拠でオタク興奮する作品は原作付きなど(それもかなり微妙なのが多かったが)以外は激減で少なかった

818名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/07(木) 17:04:44.91ID:Cg7jnTnKa
あの頃は世界名作劇場や日本昔話や
動物の少年少女達が主役なアンパンマンやサザエさんの亜種みたいな作品が多かったな

それが良かったのか悪かったのかはわからない

819名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/08(金) 17:45:29.14ID:Qp1y+gjy0
>>817
宮崎はロリコンでアニオタで特オタで、ホラーオタクにまでなってしまったのがマズかったな…。
確か、幼年期に祖父が亡くなって妹弟達が生まれるまで一人寂しい孤独を味わったから、
大人になった時に余計性格がねじ曲がってしまったんだな…。あの頃は今と違って心療内科の
病院も少なかったろうに…。もしあの事件が起きなかったらなぁ…。

820名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/10(日) 12:49:00.09ID:47Lu6fn9d
S|O|S
リ|ヨ|ウ|タ|ヒ|ト|シ|チ
ハ|イ|コ|ウ|シ|ヨ|ウ
ハ|ン|ニ|ン|カ|ン|サ|キ
ウ|ラ|ン|コ|ウ|タ|ツ

タチカワビル・パーキング・二・ハイレ

821名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/10(日) 12:49:17.49ID:47Lu6fn9d
ロボオはハリーボーイの流用だという人がいるけど似ていない
まあ声は同じですが

822名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/10(日) 12:49:29.55ID:Yi6lDJ2E0
次の方どうぞ

823名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/10(日) 16:20:20.57ID:DrB+07kZ0
次週は厄数字で竜馬さんが死にかける、ファイヤースコード誕生回・前編、後編。

824名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/12(火) 19:46:12.30ID:7xdtYTe9a
竜馬さんが星野源に似てると思ってしまう。 特に笑顔

825名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/17(日) 13:18:38.94ID:HVOSeGZZd
デミタスはゴールドライタンかよ?

車種はポンティアック・トランザムベースの「Pontiac Tojan」
ウインスコードのベース車であるシボレー・カマロの兄弟車

死神モスの手下
黒い服の女が長門美由樹、白い服の女が吉田真弓、黒い服の男が益田哲夫

撮影協力 NEW Tojan(?)
テーラーモータース 株式会社
田中弘

826名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/17(日) 13:18:56.21ID:HVOSeGZZd
デイトリックM-2
ディジェスティブビーム(消火ビーム)
『digestive』は『消化を助ける』という意味です
「消火」と「消化」を間違えている

827名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/17(日) 13:18:59.74ID:j7IokVyX0
次の方どうぞ

828名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/17(日) 13:25:04.49ID:HVOSeGZZd
スーパーカーの車種がポンティアック・トランザムベースの「Pontiac Tojan」で
Pontiac TojanをNEW Tojanが撮影に提供したのか。なるほど

829名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/17(日) 13:25:42.76ID:j7IokVyX0
次の方どうぞ

830名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/17(日) 17:51:18.30ID:Ro3msE290
ソルブレインとウインスペクターの全話をネットで見たいんだけどどこかにないかな?

831名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/17(日) 18:15:19.71ID:H8hoCnLn0
TTFCにあるぞ

832名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/17(日) 18:18:53.28ID:Ro3msE290
>>831
無料で見られますか?

833名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/17(日) 18:47:36.48ID:H8hoCnLn0
>>832
今時無料で観ようと思うならそれは違法行為
ウインスペクターは辛うじてまだ序盤だから東映YouTubeで観ろ
違法行為覚悟でウイルス食らってもいいなら勝手に検索でもすれば?

834名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/17(日) 20:24:25.34ID:Ro3msE290
>>833
マジかー!無料ねーのかよ!見てーのにトンクス!

835名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/17(日) 20:48:13.64ID:EzkU1HrAa
>>834
犯罪するぐらいなら月980円ぐらい出して観ればいいのに1ヶ月あれば全部見られるだろ
DVD2枚から3枚分なんだから遥かに安いし

836名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/17(日) 21:14:02.34ID:Ro3msE290
>>835
ありがとう!録画してえー!

837名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/18(月) 11:15:30.89ID:R5VpKSAY0
ウインスコードの変形は初回から出すようなものだが、なんで1クールの終わりにしたのかな?
思うに販促の都合の気がする

第1弾:ファイヤー、バイクル、ウォルター
第2弾:デミタス、ウインスコード、ウィンチェイサー

こういうふうに順次玩具展開していって、お父さんの財布に優しくしたんじゃないかな

838名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/18(月) 15:50:32.28ID:LOZUZMTA0
死神モスの手下のスーパーカー、藤野純子の捜査用覆面パトカー、ファイヤースコード
みんな赤いんでカーチェイスのとき紛らわしいんだわ
ポンティアック・トランザムにはナイト2000みたいな黒い車があるからそれを使えばよかったのに

839名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/24(日) 13:06:32.45ID:URES2Tmr0
136:名無しより愛をこめて(ワッチョイ 1fb3-GwbS):2018/06/24(日) 13:05:35.10 ID:jBh0M2vQ0
ウインスペクターにて近距離で犯人の爆弾やら銃弾で爆発が起きてついでに廃工場が崩落するのは何時もの事なのに
15話に限って爆発のショックで記憶を無くす香川竜馬が理不尽です。
その状況でも再度の爆発で記憶を取り戻しましたが、この案件で記憶が消えたり戻ったりを繰り返す恐れがある竜馬に
ウインスペクターの隊長を継続させる正木本部長も理不尽です。

840名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/24(日) 13:26:10.89ID:iw34BDSdd
15話よりOP映像が変更
西部警察 第7話「暴走刑事を撃て」のリメイクらしい

16話
司会のお姉さんとしてかないみかが出演
宏美の家は仮面ライダーZOの望月博士の家
最後に「君が幸せなら」が流れる

841名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/24(日) 13:26:25.54ID:URES2Tmr0
次の方どうぞ

842名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/24(日) 13:28:41.40ID:iw34BDSdd
勝田祐次(35才)前科三犯 凶悪な爆弾魔
八神巌(35才)プロの殺し屋として過去5件の殺人に関与したと思われる。
 3年前6件目の殺人を実行直前に逮捕、服役。2週間前に仮出所

小峰孝は国立大学電子工学科中退
大木春男

843名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/24(日) 13:29:29.28ID:URES2Tmr0
>>842
次の方どうぞ

844名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/24(日) 13:33:53.22ID:URES2Tmr0
138:名無しより愛をこめて(スッップ Sd9f-1Ki3):2018/06/24(日) 13:32:59.90 ID:Ko7Nb81jd
特警ウインスペクター第15話
正木「八神巌のデータを出してくれ」
マドックス「了解。八神巌。35才。プロの殺し屋として過去5件の殺人に関与したと思われる。
         3年前6件目の殺人を実行直前に逮捕、服役。2週間前に仮出所しています。」
(中略。正木の回想)
正木「7年前、八神巌を逮捕したのこの私だ。」

正木本部長はまだ41歳なのに、3年前の出来事を7年前と言い張る認知症の進み具合が理不尽です。

845名無しより愛をこめて2018/06/24(日) 13:34:56.96ID:URES2Tmr0
141:名無しより愛をこめて(スッップ Sd9f-1Ki3):2018/06/24(日) 13:34:17.12 ID:Ko7Nb81jd
特警ウインスペクター第16話
犯人に情け容赦なく乱射する藤野純子が、本部長にお人好し純子と言われているのが理不尽です
鬼の純子とかハッピートリガー純子とかなら分かりますが

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