Which Gen 5 starter do you like most?

Which Gen 5 starter do you like most?

I am extremely biased towards Fire-types, so I went for the adorable Tepig. Unfortunately, his evolution chain is completely outclassed by Darmanitan. As soon as I was able to get a Darmanitan, I decided to box the fire-piglet.

Below is my current team:

Did I not say I was extremely biased for Fire-types? While Groudon is not a Fire-type per se, his Drought ability is essential to my team. I have been meaning to get a Drought Ninetales (is it possible yet?) to replace him. The reason? I have three legendaries and I want to keep that number to a minimum, honestly.

And yes, I do realize how vulnerable this team is to Rock- and Water-types.

Here is an interesting factoid: my Groudon is 10-years old. I had him since Ruby Version.

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May Day Rally in Los Angeles

Occupy Los Angeles’ May Day rally at Pershing Square. At least, nine police helicopters hovered over the protesters with a sizable police presence on the ground surrounding the area.

It was really festive, calm, with Occupy Los Angeles organizers expressing solidarity with labor unions and other groups. Right after they reiterated that “no one should speak for you,” they handed out lyrics to some song and ordered everyone to sing it. I handed out the lyrics, “Here are some words for your mouth.”