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It combines the accuracy and professionalism of a print magazine with the immediacy and convenience of a blog, offering a wide variety of content to readers in NEPA, Philadelphia, New York, and beyond. Viral's name comes directly from the word "viral", tying in with the Beastmen's genetics theme, but there are other theories about his name's origin. The name of Viral's Gunmen may be tied to the Sumerian deity Enki, though it is much more likely that there is a deliberate connection between his second Gunmen, Enkidu, and the character of Enkidu from the Epic of Gilgamesh. Viral's appearance is more humanoid than most other Beastmen, except for his cat-like eyes, shark-like teeth, and large clawed paws in place of conventional human hands.
During the second half, Viral is reintroduced in brown rags covering his old uniform, though it is now tattered, along with two red belts. He is very cocky and headstrong and refers to humans as "Naked Apes." He holds a rather strong contempt towards humanity, which wanes as the series progresses. After being inducted into Team Dai-Gurren by Simon, he shows that he is able to keep up with their bravado and adds to their short-but-inspirational battle speeches. Episode 26 reveals some hidden depths to his character when he is shown with a family in a parallel universe created by The Anti-Spiral - reflecting a desire to have a family, even though he dismisses it as a "sappy dream" once he realizes what is really happening. Viral's first appearance Viral was initially deployed in the Far Eastern Theater of the Human Eradication forces due to reports of rebel forces stealing Gunmen for their own uses. The next day, Viral returns to execute his mission as member of the Human Execution Squad, facing Kamina and Simon again; this time however, Viral is defeated by the newly formed Gurren-Lagann. Viral later returns, alongside Supreme General Thymilph and the Dai-Gunzan, to crush Team Gurren with the upgraded Enkidu. With the Dai-Gunzan's capture and the death of his superior, Viral tries to obtain another chance to fight by joining Supreme General Adiane, Although she frequently mistreated him, blaming him for Thymilph's demise, Viral saved Adiane from harm during a fight with Team Dai-Gurren, by stopping the Dai-Gurren's foot from crushing her.
Viral quickly recovered, surfacing the Dai-Gunkai and preparing to attack Gurren Lagann on the deck of Dai-Gurren.
Viral proceeded to join Supreme General Cytomander's aerial attack on the Dai-Gurren, having outfitted Enkidu with a flight engine to better aid the General of Wind. For Viral's hesitation, Cytomander asked the Spiral King's permission to execute him for treason. Believing his new gift to finally allow him to claim vengeance, Viral uses his modified Gunman, Enkidudu, to attack the Gurren-Lagann when it entered the Spiral King's throne room.
Viral in second story arc Years later, now wearing a ragged cloak instead of his militant garb, Viral resurfaced and caused an uproar with his Gunmen, calling Simon out to fight him, but Rossiu stopped Simon from going after him and sent their Grapearl force instead.
When Yoko arrives to bust Simon out, Viral is also released, and accepts Simon's proposal to join Team Dai-Gurren against the Anti-Spirals as Gurren's pilot. In the final battle against the Anti-Spirals, Viral briefly manifests twin swords from the Tengen Toppa Gurren-Lagann to duel the Anti-Spiral entity Granzeboma.
Viral is seen commanding the Super Galaxy Dai-Gurren as a representative for Earth in the upcoming Spiral Peace Conference; his appearance stays the same, in spite of the fact that 20 years had passed, thanks to his immortality. Hand-to-Hand Combat Skills: Viral is a dangerous and agile fighter, proficient with a cleaver.
Archery: Though he only utilizes this skill once in the series, Viral is shown to be a good hand at archery (presumably with a long-bow, since one was thrown out of the grass when Kamina tried to shoot in his direction).
Superhuman Senses: Perhaps due to his animal genetics, Viral appears to have excellent sensory abilities.
Immortality: After learning the origin of the Beastmen from Lordgenome, Viral is given immortality by the Spiral King so he can tell the tale of Lordgenome's victory over the Dai-Gurren Brigade for ages to come. Viral is the only character in Gurren Lagann to have his own unique theme song play in the show itself.
In the original ADV Films dub, Viral was to be voiced by Vic Mignogna, who told a Gurren Lagann fan that he would have given Viral a rather Gollum-like voice, high and raspy.
According to the illusion, Viral had gained the ability to seek love and find the urge to have children, much like all Spiral beings strive for. University of Pennsylvania assistant professor Katherine Milkman disagrees with the randomness theory of tweets, however. If everything is random and the lottery analogy applies to tweets, then timing is a key factor to consider. The more followers you have and the more people you follow, the greater your influence on Twitter.
It seems almost too easy, but just asking for people to retweet can dramatically increase the number of times your post is shared.
If you don’t offer compelling content on the other end of the retweet link, then your Twitter campaign will end quickly.
Quality and quantity are pretty hard to mix, but if you’re able to master mixing both, then you have a better chance of becoming viral. When you mention timing, I always think of the tweet when the plane landed in the Hudson river.
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One is the fact that it can also be an anagram for "rival", referring to his constant rivalry with Kamina, which transferred to Simon throughout the series until near the end. The myth consists of Enkidu ('Enki's creation'), a man of the wild who seeks to challenge King Gilgamesh, a mighty warrior, but who later befriends him and assists him in in his travels, which may be a reference to Simon and Kamina, as he initially wanted to beat them but later joined Simon to save the universe.

During the first half of the series, Viral wears a brown jacket adorned with shoulder pads and fur collar with matching pants, and bandages from his knees down to his simple black pointed shoes.
His hair had also grown considerably, reaching his shoulders in front and his shoulderblades in the back. While hunting for food, he runs into the boisterous Kamina, who had coincidentally shot the same animal Viral had "killed".
In the battle, he teams up with Thymilyph's Byakou to pummel Gurren and mortally wound Kamina - actually pinning his rival with the Gurren's own sunglasses-but was knocked out of the fight by the flailing arms of the Simon-hijacked Dai-Gunzan. He later piloted Adiane's flagship, the Dai-Gunkai, against the Dai-Gurren when the latter tried to cross the ocean to Teppelin. However, Adiane stopped him, having decided to force the humans to destroy each other by using Nia as a hostage. His battle with the Gurren-Lagann, piloted by Simon and Yoko, eventually brought them to the control room of Cytomander's Dai-Gunten.
Viral accepted his fate, but made a last request: to learn, from the King himself, the true nature of human race. However, while being soundly defeated, Lordgenome revealed that the reason he gave Viral immortality was not to fight against Simon-as no Beastman can stand against a sufficiently skilled human with Spiral Power - but to be an eternal witness to the Spiral King's triumph against Team Dai-Gurren, in order to quell further uprisings. This position is cemented after the battle, when Simon declares him the Gurren's official pilot in a meeting with the Team members; this title goes uncontested.
When Simon attempts to transform the Chouginga-Gurren in the Sea of Despair, Viral tells Simon to rest when the drill shatters.
He then helps Simon in defeating the Anti-Spirals by flying out with Simon in Gurren-Lagann and throwing Lagann in order to finish off the anti-spiral.
He was able to overpower Kamina in a duel (a sneak attack by Kamina was the only thing that saved himself before Simon and Yoko interrupted the fight). He is able to hit a moving target with great accuracy, and even almost shot Kamina with an arrow, only narrowly missing because Kamina dodged at the last second.
He was able to detect Yoko before she could hit him with any of her rifle shots, despite the woman being on a distant peak. He was able to overpower the heavily-defended Littner village, outmatch Kamina's Gurren, and deflect Yoko's attack. Immortality gives Viral an advantage in battle as well, as his wounds heal almost instantaneously, as shown when he purposely takes an attack by a fellow Beastman.
The song, "Nikopol", plays every time he makes a entrance as a villain, though after he sided himself with Team Dai-Gurren, theme isn't played again. While being a Beastman and sterile, it is possible that while Lordgenome granted Viral immortality, the result most likely had him infused with Spiral Power as well.
Everyone wants to have that retweetable quality that spreads across the Internet in a flash. At Indiana University, Bloomington, researchers compared 120 million actual retweets with a random computer model and found very little difference in the way ideas propagated. Just like more people buy lottery tickets when the jackpot is high, it makes more sense to tweet when more eyes will see your words. Your tweets will be more likely to be seen and, therefore, shared by the most amount of people.
It’s far easier to have a tweet go viral if you have 6,000 people looking at it versus just a few dozen. According to Jason Rudland of the Get Me In Google blog, people like the words, “you,” “your” and “because.” Let people know that you care about them and then tell them why they should care about you. Just 12% of tweets that don’t ask to be shared are retweeted, but 51% of people who ask get their posts shared. Part of what made Kony 2012 so successful is that the content of the video was high-quality. Don’t give up, following the tips above, and the likelihood of one of your tweets going viral has that much higher of a probability. Online business planning software makes it easier than ever before to put together a business plan for your business. It’s a knowledgable guide combined with a professional designer coupled with a financial wizard.
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You can be certain that your chances of going viral go down significantly if your blog post is badly written. Another possible theory comes from the Nikopol Trilogy of comic books written by Enki Bilal, as Enki is the name of Viral's first Gunmen and "Bilal", pronounced in Japanese, sounds like "Viral".
He had short platinum blond hair that reached to his chin in the front and his shoulders in the back. Though he has a bigger sense of self-preservation than his rival Kamina, he will not attack a defenseless enemy or use dishonorable tactics, like taking hostages.
Unfortunately, Gurren Lagann intervened, using a waterscrew-like drill to carry the sinking Dai-Gurren to the surface and ripping off Dai-Gunkai's claws in the process. Unfortunately, Yoko saved Nia with a precise rifle shot, removing Adiane's leverage over Team Dai-Gurren.
There, he finally learned of Kamina's death, and the realization that all the defeats after the loss of Dai-Gunzan were from a human child drove Viral to new heights of rage. At this, Lordgenome dismisses Cytomander and leads Viral to a room where hordes of Beastmen were kept in stasis. As such, Viral watched his king battle Gurren-Lagann in his Lazengann, soon joined by Rossiu as a spectator when the latter was disabled in the fight.
When questioned by Simon about why he continues to fight even after the war ended before being sent to Rikane Prison, Viral stated that his intention was to protect a human settlement which refused to leave the underground, leading Simon to learn of Rossiu acting without his consent to count and find out how close mankind's population was from reaching the one million danger level.
He was able to overpower Kamina in most battles and was skilled enough to defeat a few Grapearls, which were far superior to his Gunmen. Other characters have songs associated with them, some of which (most notably Kamina's theme, "????????! For example, by the time Simon had been piloting Gurren Lagann by himself, it had been running entirely on Spiral Power (as it no longer needed an electrical charge like the Beastmen's Gunmen). The 30 minute Kony 2012 video has been viewed over 100 million times in 200-plus countries, garnering 3.5 million financial pledges for the non-profit organization Invisible Children.
The theory is that the limited attention span of Twitter users prevents them from evaluating every tweet, but once something is retweeted a few times, it starts to be seen by more people, and eventually it goes viral.
You can up your odds of having a tweet go viral simply by tweeting more and having more followers.
Be a real, emotionally-driven person and connect with other Twitter users on an emotional level.
Typically mid-morning and mid-afternoon are the peak times for Twitter for the most users to be logged in to the service.

Successful businesses are filled with “sweat equity,” meaning that a lot of work was put in. Supporting this theory is Viral's theme song, which is titled "Nikopol", on the anime's soundtrack. He also usually kept with him a large knife, resembling that of a butcher's, with which he was very proficient. Initially, Viral holds the advantage, repeatedly delivering glancing cuts to Kamina's body, but suffers a wound of his own when Kamina slashes him with the head of his retrieved arrow.
When Viral moved to save the General from Dai-Gurren's cannons, Gurren Lagann drilled through the Dai-Gunkai, obliterating it as well. He immediately challenged Simon to a one-on-one duel in their mecha, but the battle was interrupted by Cytomander.
After revealing the truth of the Beastmen's existence and his own motives for keeping the humans underground, Lordgenome made Viral immortal. After Lordgenome's defeat and the fall of Teppelin, Viral's whereabouts were unknown, but he was presumed dead in collapse of the Dekabutsu. Simon later encounters Viral when he is sent to Rikon to await his death sentence to be carried on. Viral had the ability to pilot Gurren because he had been given the ability to use Spiral Power by Lordgenome. If you do, then you destroy trust, lose influence, kill emotion, and ruin your chances of having your tweet go viral.
If there is one thing that I think is important there along with the first two that I’ve mentioned, I say that it has to be the timing of your Tweet. The truth of the matter is that most content that goes viral does so for completely random reasons that could be largely contributed to luck.That being said, there are things you can do to up your chances of having your content go viral.
That is a rare enough phenomenon (and even more rare that the person who made it recovers and continues to be successful with a ruined reputation) that it isn’t something you want to aim for. When Simon (in his Lagann) and Yoko intervene on Kamina's behalf, Viral retreats to his Gunmen, Enki.
Viral was the only survivor of the fortress' destruction, and from the safety of the shore cursed the Gurren-Lagann, swearing to bring pain and punishment to those who killed his two superiors and robbed him of his honor. Piloting his Shuzack, the General took Yoko hostage to stay Simon's hand, and ordered Viral to destroy the helpless Gurren-Lagann. Viral mocks him until the two get into a brawl, leading them to be locked in individual cells and get left behind as the other jailers and inmates abandon the prison. In the Anti-Spiral's illusion, Viral dreams that he has a wife and a daughter(both of whome have cat or possibly wolf ears and tails. Not to be confused with ""Libera me" from hell", which is the 'death song' of the series) are played during the anime, though not necessarily during a character's time on screen.
This unlocked in him the need to have a family ("Love changes the universe!" such as Leeron said). As Tim Berry points out, it’s just good etiquette to only tweet about quality content.
It may seem like the viral tweets are instant successes that didn’t take any work, but in most cases they come from people who have thousands of tweets over a long period of time.
It will be hard to make something viral if you posted it on a time when your followers aren’t online. At the very least, you can make sure you are giving it every shot at becoming very popular, which is still a worthy goal to shoot for. He manages to overcome Simon and Kamina's attacks (in Lagann and Gurren, respectively), but leaves before the fight ends.
However, with Simon decrying his dirty tricks, Viral disobeyed Cytomander, as he knew this outcome would not make him regain his lost pride and honor.
Various female beastmen of similar description can be seen in the crowd scenes in Kamina City) Viral also looks much more like a human in terms of the shape of his face in the illusion. However, he still couldn't control his Spiral Power nor did he know he had it, so he was unable to help Simon initially when transforming Super Galaxy Gurren Lagann. Before anything else could happen, the Dai-Gunten was attacked by Dai-Gurren, forcing everyone present to flee. Despite being a Beastman (and thus incapable of producing Spiral Power), he obtains a Core Drill while seemingly gaining Spiral Power from Simon when freed from the Anti-Spiral's illusion, being the last to return to Gurren-Lagann. Fortunately, Simon appeared in Viral's fantasy, and when Viral snapped out of it, he gained a Core Drill, signifying his unlocking of Spiral Power.
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Probably because it tends to remain within its own industry or niche, and so has a smaller pool to cycle through.If you are wanting to increase your chances of getting a viral blog post, here are some tips to follow. Eventually, Viral learns to master his power, creating the Tengen Toppa Enki Durga in Lagann-hen's take on the final battle against the Anti-Spiral. Anything that is really big in the news, being talked about around the web, or that is getting a lot of buzz on social media is a good place to focus your attention.
But make sure it is relevant to your industry, or can somehow be tied to what your blog is about. But keep in mind that isn’t a way to get repeat visitors, since people who followed the viral piece would have no reason in most situations to keep up with your site afterward. But aiming for a negative response can actually be a very effective way of getting content to go viral. You only have to look at wheezing gas bags like Glenn Beck to realize that something the more vile content becomes the most talked about.
That should tell you something about the nature of the internet.Really exploit social media and contacts.
That includes calling in contacts from other blogs willing to give you a guest post or link.
Anything that will get your post seen by more people is going to be the catalyst that potentially pushes your post into the limelight. Take a complicated subject and break it down as much as possible for people to understand in a simpler way. Try using other media to help illustrate your point, like an infographic, slideshow, chart or video.Do you have any tips for increasing your likelihood of getting a viral blog post? My question for you may be dumb but I was wondering how to get rid of the share strip on the left hand side of your page when I visit.

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