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“一切由你自己决定”这句话用英语怎么说

我看了幸福魔方买卖婚姻这节目,这里边还是有很多的路洞,致于故事主人,所说有几个凝点,一、女主人向前后男友的要钱的目的是不是一样,主持人没有向主人翁前男友核实。二、主人翁说有身润,是不是双方一起去查出的,三、当事人说她家条件那么差,不省吃节用,还卖什么化装名牌,听前男友说名牌化装品有一屋,这是不是真的,也没核实。四、节目一开始就出现主人翁的前男友,后来只字没提,是真是假可想而知

自己决定人生的名言

月光宝合有这功能~~

一切基本由自己决定,我必须对自己负责。(修改病句)

如果楼主玩过CSOL的话。那就别选择AVA和CF。理由如下:
1;CF和AVA的画质和CSOL相比就像一个天一个地。。。并且制作模糊,粗糙。糟糕的画质会让你玩1小时眼睛就不得不滴眼药水。
2;CF和AVA虽然金币枪是永久的,但也有很多不好的地方。例如CF里的枪,需要维修。并且不便宜,且还频繁。。。我的FPS技术还是不错的。打CSOL血战画廊500杀敌,大概15分钟。可以获得1500金币左右。而CF只能得到160金币左右。。。10:1。。。楼主,你好好算算。。。。其实金币枪都是差不多的。维修的费用足以和CSOL金币枪的费用相抵了。楼主你好好算算。
我倒是非常希望楼主能回到CSOL的战场,如果楼主实在太穷。我可以考虑把小号借给你。(致命短刀--雷蛇冲锋枪。。还有衡宇黑星)。。。这2把永久枪打团战够了。
如果楼主执意要离开CSOL。我给楼主介绍一个实惠且好玩的FPS网游:
《反恐行动OL》
这是一个国产FPS网游巨作,画质堪比CSO-NST 并且里面的枪支非常实惠。可以说是“穷人的CSOL”。。。
楼主。。自己掂量吧。。。本人解说如此

你自己决定好 到底代表什么

General Zod
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General Zod
General Zod
Art by Adam Kubert
Publication information
Publisher DC Comics
First appearance Adventure Comics #283 (April 1961)
Created by Robert Bernstein
George Papp
In-story information
Full name Dru-Zod
Place of origin Krypton
Team affiliations Non, Ursa, Faora, Quex-Ul
Abilities Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, senses, intelligence, regeneration, and longevity; super breath, heat vision, invulnerability, and flight
General Zod is a fictional character who appears in comic books published by DC Comics, a supervillain who is one of Superman's more prominent enemies. The character first appeared in Adventure Comics #283 (April 1961), and was created by Robert Bernstein and George Papp.[1]
In 2009, General Zod was ranked as IGN's 30th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time.[2]
Contents [hide]
1 Fictional character biography
1.1 Silver Age
1.2 Modern Age
1.2.1 Pocket Universe Zod
1.2.2 "Return to Krypton" Zod
1.3 Russian Zod
1.4 Phantom Zod
1.5 "Last Son" Zod
1.6 World of New Kyrpton
2 Other versions
3 In other media
3.1 Film
3.2 Novels
3.3 Television
3.3.1 Super Friends
3.3.2 Superman 1988 TV series
3.3.3 Legion of Super Heroes
3.3.4 Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
3.3.5 DC Animated Universe
3.3.5.1 Superman: The Animated Series
3.3.5.2 Justice League
3.3.6 Smallville
3.4 Video games
3.5 Web series
4 In popular culture
5 Notes
6 See also
7 References
8 External links
[edit] Fictional character biography
[edit] Silver Age
Dru-Zod is a megalomaniacal Kryptonian, in charge of the military forces on Krypton. He had known Jor-El, Superman's father, when he was an aspiring scientist. When the space program was abolished after the destruction of the inhabited moon Wegthor, which had been caused by renegade scientist Jax-Ur, he attempted to take over Krypton. Zod created an army of robotic duplicates of himself, all bearing a resemblance to Bizarro. He was sentenced to exile in the Phantom Zone for his crimes. Zod was eventually released by Superboy when his term of imprisonment was up. However, he attempted to conquer Earth with the super powers gained under the yellow sun. Zod was sent back into the Phantom Zone, from which he occasionally escapes to target Superman.
[edit] Modern Age
[edit] Pocket Universe Zod
This Zod came from a Krypton in a pocket universe created by the Time Trapper. He, along with companions Quex-Ul and Faora, devastated the Earth of that universe following the death of its Superboy, despite the best efforts of a Supergirl created by this world's heroic Lex Luthor. Eventually, the survivors of this world managed to contact the Superman of the main universe to help them, and he was able to take away the powers of the three super-criminals with gold kryptonite (As he was not from that universe, the Kryptonite of that reality would have no effect on him). However, as the three vowed to some day regain their powers and return to Superman's world to kill him, Superman was forced to execute them with Kryptonite, and it was this action that caused him to question his powers and how to deal with evil doers.[1] This version of Zod is based closely on the Pre-Crisis version, the significant difference is he has killed everyone on the pocket Earth rather than conquering them with ease since there's no Superboy/Superman to stop him.
[edit] "Return to Krypton" Zod
This incarnation of General Zod was introduced in the 2001 storyline "Return to Krypton." He was the head of the Kryptonian military in an alternate reality created by Brainiac 13. Like the Pre-Crisis version, Zod held the Kryptonian equivalent of fascist beliefs. He sent aliens to the bottle city of Kandor and planned a military coup. Zod was defeated by Superman and the Jor-El of that Krypton.
[edit] Russian Zod
The Russian General Zod.This General Zod is a Russian who was affected prior to his birth by Kryptonite radiation because he was the son of two cosmonauts whose ship was too close to Kal-El's rocketship. This Zod is unnaturally weak under a yellow sun, but superpowered under a red sun (the opposite of Superman). After his parents died of the radiation, he grew up from birth in a KGB laboratory under the name "Zed."[1]
Apparently spoken to by the spirit of the Pocket Universe Zod, Zod created a suit of red armor that filtered the sunlight and declared himself ruler of the fictional former Soviet state of Pokolistan. After several inconclusive encounters with Superman, he revealed his long-range plan to turn the sun red and take Superman's place. This was temporarily successful until Lex Luthor rescued Superman, gave him a blast of yellow solar radiation to regain his powers, and worked to restore the sun. Superman returned to battle Zod, but refused to kill him. When the sun turned yellow again, the now vulnerable Zod still struck Superman with all his power, but was killed.[1]
[edit] Phantom Zod
Introduced in the twelve-issue For Tomorrow (Superman #204-#215) storyline, written by Brian Azzarello and penciled by Jim Lee, this Zod resides in an alternate Phantom Zone alone and resents Superman for tampering with it. According to him, he comes from the same Krypton as Superman, and was exiled to the Phantom Zone by Superman's father Jor-El. This Zod wears spiked black armor, and when unmasked, slightly resembles an older version of the film Zod (Terence Stamp). This interpretation also uses a variation of 'Kneel before Zod'. It is possible that this Zod is not a real Kryptonian, however. He appeared in Metropia, a version of the Phantom Zone created by Superman to resemble a living world, including seemingly living beings. Since Superman created the world of Metropia to bear similarities with Krypton, it has been revealed[citation needed] that this, yet again, is not the real Zod.
[edit] "Last Son" Zod
General Zod appeared as a primary antagonist in the Superman: Last Son storyline written by Geoff Johns and Richard Donner, director of Superman: The Movie and part of Superman II. In a story partially similar to that of Superman II, Zod, Ursa, and Non escape from the Phantom Zone and come to Earth to take control and try to turn it into a "New Krypton."
The back-story for the three Kryptonians was revealed in Action Comics Annual #10; Non had once been a brilliant scientist on par with Jor-El. Both were researching the event that would ultimately destroy Krypton. Zod entered their lab with troops (at this point Zod was still working for Krypton's Council). Both Jor-El and Non were arrested by Zod and given a warning by the High Council to halt their research, then released. Jor-El set to work creating the rocket that would send his son Kal-El to Earth, while Non began to spread the word of the planet's impending doom. Non's message swayed both Zod and Ursa that Krypton was soon to be destroyed. Non then disappeared from public life, only to return with a mutilated brain. The council had transformed him into a mindless brute and this act inspired Zod and Ursa to rebel against the Kryptonian government. Without any sense of right and wrong, Non now fought alongside Zod and Ursa. Zod attempted to recruit Jor-El to their cause; however Jor-El saw the plans were fueled by greed, a lust for power and violence.
This rebellion was short-lived and the rebels were again arrested and set to be executed. Not wishing to resort to execution, Jor-El appealed on their behalf, to exile them instead. The council accepted this on the condition that Jor-El would be the jailer. Thus Zod, Ursa, and Non were imprisoned, and embittered against Jor-El for years to come.
The story also features the debut of Christopher Kent, a young Kryptonian boy discovered and briefly raised by Superman and Lois Lane. It is revealed that Christopher (whose birth name is Lor-Zod) is the son of Zod and Ursa, birthed in the Phantom Zone and used as a conduit to their escape. After jumping Superman, Zod managed to trap him in the Zone. At the same time, about twenty-five other Kryptonian criminals also escape the Zone and defeat a number of Earth's heroes and begin their quest of conquering the planet; starting with Metropolis. Superman escapes the Zone with the aid of Mon-El and ultimately defeats Zod with the unlikely aid of Lex Luthor, Metallo, Parasite, and Bizarro. Out of the nearly thirty Kryptonians; Metallo, Parasite and Lex Luthor manage to kill five or six of them using kryptonite and red solar radiation. Zod and his compatriots are sent back into the Phantom Zone, but unfortunately, so is Chris Kent.
In the conclusion of the recent "New Krypton" arc, it is revealed that Alura has brought Zod, Ursa, and Non back from the Phantom Zone, making Zod the army's new leader.
[edit] World of New Kyrpton
When Superman decides to see what life is like on New Krypton he is drafted into the Military Guild under General Zod. Zod and Superman maintain an mistrustful professional relationship, which despite their past, neither seems preparing to behave openly aggressive towards one another. When Zod orders that Superman and his people kill a Kryptonian criminal, Superman circumvents the order, feeling that killing the criminal would be not only unnecessary but wrong. Although the criminal is arrested without further fatalities, Zod accusses Superman of treason, which he is found guilty of. However, before being executed Superman gives a heartfelt speech about morality. Much to the surprise of everyone, Zod is seemingly moved by the speech, and requests the the Religious Guild give Superman absolution, and thus overturn the guilty charge. As a result, Superman is cleared of all charges. When asked why he did not go through with the execution of the son of someone who he hated, Zod explain that despite everything that had happened before, Zod realized that his military would be stronger and better for having Superman in it. As a result it appears that there is at last peace if not an level of mutual respect between Zod and Superman. However during a Krytonian ceremony, Zod is shot by an unknown assailant.
[edit] Other versions
General Zod appears in Superman Adventures # 21, portrayed as an Argosian. This General Zod also appears in Justice League Unlimited #34.
The General Zod of Earth-15 became Superman instead of Kal-El. This version is later killed by Superman Prime.
The Zod of JSA: The Liberty Files was not a general of any kind. He was recast as a sociopathic eleven year-old who created a deadly synthetic virus on Krypton for no actual reason other than fun. Zod was banished to the Phantom Zone because of his actions, the very first child ever sent to the Zone, until American scientists breached the Zone and discovered him. Taken in by the government and named "Clark Kent", Zod would fool most of his adult superiors by playing the role of a scared child until he grew up and became the adult "Super-Man".
[edit] In other media
[edit] Film
General Zod (Terence Stamp, center), Ursa (Sarah Douglas), and Non (Jack O'Halloran) in Superman II.General Zod appears in Superman and Superman II, portrayed by actor Terence Stamp as a pathologically arrogant and pompous aristocrat, almost bored with his incredible powers and disappointed with the ease of overtaking Earth. Zod's line "Come to me, son of Jor-El! Kneel before Zod!" has become part of pop culture.[3] Terence Stamp's portrayal has led to Zod becoming one of Superman's best-known villains, and fans have come to view his portrayal as the definitive version of the character. The movie version of General Zod is rated #58 on Wizard magazine's "100 Greatest Villains of All Time" list.[4]
[edit] Novels
In the novel The Last Days of Krypton (by Kevin J. Anderson) General Zod (also known as Commissioner Dru-Zod) is the son of Cor-Zod, formerly the head of the Kryptonian Council and legendary politician leader. ISBN 006134074X
[edit] Television
[edit] Super Friends
A Phantom Zone villain named Zy-Kree, resembling the movie-version of Zod, appears in the Super Friends episode, "The Evil From Krypton" in 1981.
[edit] Superman 1988 TV series
Rene Auberjonois voices General Zod in the Joseph Ruby-Kenneth Spears animated Superman series episode titled "The Hunter".
[edit] Legion of Super Heroes
The Silver Age version of Zod is one of the many Phantom Zone prisoners attacking the Legion of Superheroes. Also, the villain Drax is speculated to be Zod's son, "created" in the Phantom Zone.
[edit] Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
Although Zod himself does not appear in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, a similar character named Lord Nor does battle with Superman in a story arc spread over the end of the third season and the beginning of the fourth, to determine the fate of a group of surviving Kryptonians on 'New Krypton'.
[edit] DC Animated Universe
[edit] Superman: The Animated Series
Zod also doesn't appear in the DC Animated Universe, but a character that appears on Superman: The Animated Series, called Jax-Ur, resembles the Zod character. Along with his companion Mala, who resemlbles and acts similar to Faora, try to take over the world, like Zod.
[edit] Justice League
Though neither Zod nor Jax-Ur appear in Justice League or Justice League Unlimited, on the episode of Justice League Unlimited entitled "For The Man Who Has Everything", within Superman's dream world, Superman's kryptonian wife mentions another kryptonian named Little Zod.
[edit] Smallville
General Zod appears as a recurring villain in Smallville, although generally off-screen. References to Zod began with season five's premiere episode "Arrival" which featured two Kryptonian disciples of Zod (who arrived on Earth in the meteor shower of the season four finale) searching for Clark.
In the episode "Solitude", Milton Fine, the human identity of the Kryptonian artificial intelligence known as Brainiac, persuades Clark to take him to the Fortress of Solitude. After arriving at the Fortress, Fine tricks Clark into freeing Zod from the Phantom Zone, temporarily opening a vortex in which the image of a figure similar to Terence Stamp's Zod can be glimpsed. It is also insinuated that Zod was a fascist leader on Krypton and ruled with an iron fist, and apparently considered Jor-El as his primary nemesis. Zod's title of general is barely mentioned, referred to most (even by Faora and Milton Fine/BrainIAC) as Zod.
At the end of the episode "Oracle", Chloe deciphers a Kryptonian message which Clark reads as, "Zod is coming." In the following episode, "Vessel", Jor-El reveals that Zod was imprisoned in the Phantom Zone for crimes that resulted in Krypton's destruction. Zod's physical body was destroyed to prevent him from escaping from captivity, and therefore, he now required a vessel to inhabit on Earth. Brainiac had earlier injected Lex Luthor with a vaccine that granted him Kryptonian superpowers, and therefore, Lex was to be the vessel for Zod's consciousness. Through the actions of Clark and Brainiac, Zod is freed. After inhabiting Lex's body, Zod imprisons Clark inside the Phantom Zone, leaving no one to stop him, and begins his plans to conquer Earth as the trapped Clark is sent flying into space.
In the sixth season premiere, "Zod", after a brief sojourn in the Phantom Zone, Clark escapes with the help of a Kryptonian woman who claims to have been Jor-El's aide. She gives Clark a crystal bearing the sign of the House of El (Superman's characteristic stylized "S"). Back on Earth, Clark confronts Zod/Lex, but Zod, a trained soldier, easily pummels Clark into submission. In homage to the climactic scene in Superman II, Zod issues his infamous command, "kneel before Zod" although in a much more serious tone, and then wordlessly commands Clark to take his hand. But instead of crushing Zod's hand as in the movie, Clark takes the opportunity to press the crystal into it, evicting Zod from Lex's body and sending him back into the Phantom Zone (in another allusion to the movie, the face and scream of Zod's spirit as it is forced out of Lex strongly resembles that of Terence Stamp as Zod). Lex returns to normal with no memory of these events. However, he later discovers a shard of a Kryptonian device that Zod left on his laptop; Brainiac's hard drive.
In season eight's "Bloodline", Zod's wife Faora escapes the Phantom Zone and inhabits the body of Lois Lane. She reveals that she and Zod genetically engineered a son, Doomsday, after they discovered they could not have children, and sent him to Earth to destroy the planet and Jor-El's son, Clark Kent. Faora remarks that Doomsday's human form, Davis (played by Samuel Witwer), strongly resembles Zod. In the season eight finale "Doomsday," Zod's symbol was burned into the grass by Tess Mercer's Orb with a man who appears to be General Zod in the flesh standing on it, following Doomsday's defeat.
In season 9 General Zod will be regularly occurring character played by British actor Callum Blue.[5] Brian Peterson states in an interview: General Zod will be introduced as Major Zod—this is before he became General Zod." Kelly Sounders added that "over the course of the season, the venomous side of Zod rises because he experiences a few key betrayals with our beloved characters."[1]
[edit] Video games
General Zod is set to appear in the upcoming video game DC Universe Online.
[edit] In popular culture
Zod is perhaps most popularly quoted as a Superman villain with the phrase, "Come to me, son of Jor-El! Kneel before Zod!" For example, Jay does so in the Kevin Smith film Mallrats after knocking out the head of mall security. Also Kansas City based rapper Tech n9ne mentions the phrase in his song Sinister Tech from his album Anghellic. In the Supernatural episode "Wishful Thinking", a little boy gains superhuman strength and terrorizes bullies, telling them to "Kneel before Todd!"
Zod appeared in the Robot Chicken episode "The Munnery," voiced by Seth Green. He is seen in closeup commanding all to "kneel before Zod." After the camera zooms out to reveal he is in fact doing a workout video, Bod by Zod, he begins to command the viewer to do various aerobic exercises "before Zod."
There is a fictional election campaign featuring Zod as a potential independent candidate for President.[6]
During the 2004 U.S. Presidential election, Jon Stewart of The Daily Show referenced this line in reaction to the keynote address given by Senator Zell Miller at the Republican National Convention with, "Kneel before Zell."
In the news satire television series, Newstopia, an fake advertisement for "Zod Kitchens" appears. Zod, Ursa and Non from Superman II, show off the quality of their kitchen design, and boast they can create your dream kitchen. A mother pulling dinner out of the oven, and her two children are commanded to "Kneel before Zod!" [7]
MTV comedy show Human Giant features a parody of Zod and his henchmen in their sketch "Space Lords".
Stephen Fry, host of the BBC panel show QI, once instructed series regular Alan Davies to "Kneel before Zod!" during an episode.
During the Ahn'Qiraj War Effort in the MMORPG World of Warcraft there was an orc ambassador in the city of Ironforge by the name of General Zog. If you targeted him and used the /kneel command, he would acknowledge your obedience.
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