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Forsaken Desire -a Final Fantasy VII RPG :: Eastern Continent :: Midgar :: Shinra Inc. Headquarters :: Life in the city - View Topic
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Life in the city (13th Jan 23 at 2:54am UTC)
In order to reverse the verdict, Michna accused Kristin of abandoning his accomplices and letting them stay in Tahidi. When the warship came, he caught a turtle in a jar. In fact, his judgment was not good enough, and everyone lost confidence in his leadership, so they broke up. When he returned to Tahiti, Nordov thought it was because the sailors were confused and reluctant to leave the gentle country. Probably because they had suffered enough from the natives, they were not familiar with other places, but only Tahidi. Relying on the fact that Bligh and his party did not survive to report the case, they muddled along. In order to keep secret, Kristin was probably eager to get rid of them and sent Bai Yan and others to Tahidi to go ashore. The first time the ship arrived at Tahidi, according to the local custom, each person was limited to one friend of the same sex. The local people attached great importance to this friendship and gave generous gifts to each other. Before leaving, Kristin's friend gave him a pair of perfect pearls, which were confiscated by the captain. This form of companionship is found elsewhere in the South Pacific, where it is known as Kula in New Guinea — see Malinowski, B. Diary of Malinowski-friends in the two places are one-to-one, giving gifts of large quantities of local products or goods imported from the coast, the total value is not estimated, but if the gift is too light, the reputation is ruined, and they can not afford to "sacrifice their lives to accompany gentlemen". The gifts received are sold and given away by themselves. This is a primitive commercial system, friends are actually trading counterparts, but also have the courage of big businessmen. Even the Indians of northwestern South America had the same system,hot tub manufacturers, which prevailed until the fifties of this century. Because of the inconvenience of transportation, barter transactions depend entirely on personal contacts, so special attention is paid to trading partners, even above the relationship between father and son-see Hana (m. j. "The jivaro" by harner-this custom must have come from the same source in the past, when it was easy for westerners to misunderstand that they were always contemptuous of wealth and righteousness. Kristin initially prepared to escape alone, in addition to leaving his lover behind, he must also be looking forward to the society of the islanders, full of desire to find an island that is not on the map and throw himself into their world. However, in order to avoid repeating the same mistakes,endless swimming pool, he could only find an uninhabited desert island to settle down and isolate himself from society, which was tantamount to exile and life imprisonment in disguise. Whether it's his decision or not, it's not going to work. Bai Yan lived in Tahidi for more than a year, fell in love with a local girl and got married. When the British warships came, the sailors who took part in the mutiny were arrested, and Bai Yan and others were captured indiscriminately. It turned out that on the night of the accident, Christian was preparing to slip off the ship's side and abscond that night. He met Bai Yan on the deck and asked him to return home to visit his family on his behalf, in case he could not survive the long journey. Bai Yan promised. "Then it's a deal," said Kristin. Unexpectedly, the captain happened to come, only to hear the last two words, later thought that Bai Yan promised to participate in the mutiny. After the accident, Bligh commanded the open-air boat, without even a map, to walk in the Pacific Ocean for forty-one days and reach the Malay Islands safely, which was a miracle in the history of navigation. He returned home to report the case, whirlpool bathtub ,whirlpool hot tub, causing a sensation, and the King of England made an exception to summon him. Of the eighteen men who followed, seven died on the way, and of the remaining eleven, two disobeyed orders halfway, "in the form of rebellion," a sailor and a carpenter. In the Dutch East Indies, Bligh filed a complaint and imprisoned the two men until they were tried in England. As a result, only the carpenter was punished by the court, and the other was acquitted. At the court martial, Bly found out that he was a white conspirator. Bai Yan's widowed mother didn't believe him. He was an only child and eager to learn. He was about to enter Oxford University. Because he was fascinated by the South China Sea described by Rousseau and Byron, he went sailing. He left home at the age of seventeen. This was his first time to go to sea. He and Bly were family friends, and his mother entrusted him with great trust. She wrote to Bly after the crime, and he wrote back and scolded her son for his incompetence. The mother and son depend on each other for their lives. Stimulated by this, they got sick. When Bai Yan came back, she was already dead. Bly had a misunderstanding about Bai Yan. There were three other men, an ordnance manager and two small carpenters. Bly knew they were going with him, but he stopped them himself. He was afraid of capsizing because of the heavy load. He didn't mention anything about staying on the pirate ship. On the way back home, the warship ran aground on the rocks and had no time to remove the shackles one by one, drowning four of them. The three men were lucky not to die. At the beginning of the trial, thanks to the pleadings of the purser on the Bangti, he was finally acquitted.
Bly was not present and had been sent to the South Sea for a second time to fetch breadfruit. By this time, it had been three years since the incident, and public opinion had reversed. According to Michner, it was because Kristin and another rebellious young sergeant, both of whom were prominent families, Kristin's brother was a law professor, and the relatives of the two families were running around and stirring up sympathy in society. And Bly himself is not in the country, some people call him cowardly dare not confront, in fact, he has already written a clear explanation, and also published a book to explain the incident. Whatever the reason, perhaps "after a long time", the military court tried the case for the second time, and only three sailors were hanged, and Bai Yan and three others were pardoned after being sentenced to death. At the end of the eighteenth century, there were several mutinies in the British Navy, all of which were more well-founded than the Bonti case. The last one was in the first good district of London, where there was a lot of trouble. But after the suppression, they were all forgotten. Only the storm on this small ship, the heart of the Pacific Ocean, was world-famous and enduring, but why? It is not necessarily the propaganda power of the Christian family. I think the main reason seems to be that only this mutiny has been successful. Don't underestimate the power of happy endings. Almost all the principal criminals are at large, enjoying the scenery of the South China Sea, all the lovers are married, and it is a bloodless revolution, without bloodshed, which greatly pleases the people. It happened in 1789, the same year of the French Revolution, which in some ways was not even as influential as it. Dickens's "Tale of Two Cities" can represent the feelings of ordinary people at that time about the French Revolution, sympathy and horror, unlike the Bonti case, which was a rebellion against the superiors and a reform of bad rules,China spa factory, ordinary people had a sense of security. In society, in many small corners of life, there are such tyrants everywhere. wWw. xiAoshUotxt.cOm Talking about Reading (2).
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