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Old_Doctor: https://***.zenartsla.com/history-fire-dancing/

The ancient art of fire dancing began hundreds of years ago by the people of Polynesia. In an area spanning over 4,000 square miles with hundreds of islands, it’s hard to pin-point exactly where in Polynesia fire dancing began. However it is believed that the Maori people of New Zealand were the first pioneers as the originators of poi.

Poi is a Maori word meaning “ball on a string.” Maoris warriors originally used poi as a form of exercise to train for battle or hunting. By swinging the heavy balls they developed wrist strength and flexibility to handle various weapons and tools. Eventually poi was used as a form of storytelling and dance. Traditionally, poi was constructed of natural flax fibers called muka, and anchored with the pithy middle of the raupo stem. Modern poi is constructed of more durable synthetic fibers consisting of bright colors. Contrary to popular belief, traditionally poi was never actually lit on fire. The art of dipping poi balls into fuel and lighting them on fire did not occur until the mid 20th century, as a progression of the Samoan fire knife.

The traditional Samoan knife dance was known as the ailao, an exhibition of a Samoan warrior’s strength and battle capabilities, usually performed with a war club at ceremonial processions of daughters and high chiefs. Eventually the club evolved into a machete, which is the most common tool used today in the knife dance. It was not until 1946 when a Samoan-American by the name of Uluao Letuli (often known as Freddie Letuli, a nickname he got because he could dance like Fred Astaire) was inspired at San Francisco’s Shriner’s Convention to light his knife on fire. The story goes that after watching a fire-eater and baton twirler perform, Uluao wrapped some towels around his knife, borrowed some fuel from the fire-eater, and lit his knife on fire for his performance.

Uluao’s fire knife was an instant success and from there the remaining Polynesian dancing instruments of poi, staff, and hoop were modified to be lit on fire. The first fire poi performances began in the 1950s in Hawaii as tourist attractions. Fire poi are constructed of a chain and kevlar-blend wicks on either ends, that are also stuffed with cotton or another type of fabric that could be dipped in fuel and used to soak it up. Although there are many different preferences on fuel, kerosene seems to be the most popular and safest due to its low burning temperature. The popularity of fire poi, fire staff, and fire knife at Hawaiian performances known as “luaus” inspired many other types of fire instruments such as fire fans, fire umbrella, fire balls, and fire whips.

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C589
3 hours ago
https://***.zenartsla.com/history-fire-dancing/

The ancient art of fire dancing began hundreds of years ago by the people of Polynesia. In an area spanning over 4,000 square miles with hundreds of islands, it’s hard to pin-point exactly where in Polynesia fire dancing began. However it is believed that the Maori people of New Zealand were the first pioneers as the originators of poi.

Poi is a Maori word meaning “ball on a string.” Maoris warriors originally used poi as a form of exercise to train for battle or hunting. By swinging the heavy balls they developed wrist strength and flexibility to handle various weapons and tools. Eventually poi was used as a form of storytelling and dance. Traditionally, poi was constructed of natural flax fibers called muka, and anchored with the pithy middle of the raupo stem. Modern poi is constructed of more durable synthetic fibers consisting of bright colors. Contrary to popular belief, traditionally poi was never actually lit on fire. The art of dipping poi balls into fuel and lighting them on fire did not occur until the mid 20th century, as a progression of the Samoan fire knife.

The traditional Samoan knife dance was known as the ailao, an exhibition of a Samoan warrior’s strength and battle capabilities, usually performed with a war club at ceremonial processions of daughters and high chiefs. Eventually the club evolved into a machete, which is the most common tool used today in the knife dance. It was not until 1946 when a Samoan-American by the name of Uluao Letuli (often known as Freddie Letuli, a nickname he got because he could dance like Fred Astaire) was inspired at San Francisco’s Shriner’s Convention to light his knife on fire. The story goes that after watching a fire-eater and baton twirler perform, Uluao wrapped some towels around his knife, borrowed some fuel from the fire-eater, and lit his knife on fire for his performance.

Uluao’s fire knife was an instant success and from there the remaining Polynesian dancing instruments of poi, staff, and hoop were modified to be lit on fire. The first fire poi performances began in the 1950s in Hawaii as tourist attractions. Fire poi are constructed of a chain and kevlar-blend wicks on either ends, that are also stuffed with cotton or another type of fabric that could be dipped in fuel and used to soak it up. Although there are many different preferences on fuel, kerosene seems to be the most popular and safest due to its low burning temperature. The popularity of fire poi, fire staff, and fire knife at Hawaiian performances known as “luaus” inspired many other types of fire instruments such as fire fans, fire umbrella, fire balls, and fire whips. View More
A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C589
3 hours ago

Old_Doctor: If I Don't Go To Hell

Song by Mr. Green
Featured artists: Pacewon, Vinnie Paz, Janice
Album: Live from the Streets
Released: 2015
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

If I don't go to hell when I die I might go to heaven. x4
Might go to heaven, might go to heaven
But probably not...

If I don't go to hell when I die I might go to heaven. x10

(Verse 1: Pacewon)
If I don't go to heaven, there's nobody to blame
But me, I must be insane
See my parents tried to teach me to keep my life clean
But I was molded and built by the things that I've seen
I saw brothers in the hood eat good people for dinner
And I copy their evil ways like I'm usin' a printer
I've always been a sinner, think of myself a winner
A real live vet, but I'm still a beginner
It's just like a movie by Martin Scorsese
Where the lead character's arrogant as Jay-Z
Delirious, idiotic and crazy
Rambunctious, self-centered and lazy
Stingy, ego-centric and shady
And God sent his only son to save me?
So I kneel and pray to the most High
That I don't go to Hell when I die...

If I don't go to hell when I die I might go to heaven. x4

(Verse 2: Vinnie Paz)
Yeah.. Listen...

Where do you go when you die?
Do you feel it's somethin' else or do you know it's a lie?
Do you think I could believe that there's an ocean if I
Didn't think of somethin' bigger when I'm closin' my eye?
How they'res gon be a novel with no author?
How they'res gon be a child with no father?
What's the mechanism for you to defend honor?
What's the definition for you to withstand Karma?
Everybody dies, everybody doesn't live
Everybody doesn't have another body they can give
Everybody has a different idea of what it is
What it is, is the fact that you feedin' it to the kids
And I can't process I'm still livin' in the flesh
Was it heaven or another form of prison with Koresh?
And you strugglin' n' wonderin' how you livin' to the next
Are you comfortable knowin' that your existence is a guess??

Yeah

If I don't go to hell when I die I might go to heaven. x4

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C589
3 hours ago
If I Don't Go To Hell

Song by Mr. Green
Featured artists: Pacewon, Vinnie Paz, Janice
Album: Live from the Streets
Released: 2015
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

If I don't go to hell when I die I might go to heaven. x4
Might go to heaven, might go to heaven
But probably not...

If I don't go to hell when I die I might go to heaven. x10

(Verse 1: Pacewon)
If I don't go to heaven, there's nobody to blame
But me, I must be insane
See my parents tried to teach me to keep my life clean
But I was molded and built by the things that I've seen
I saw brothers in the hood eat good people for dinner
And I copy their evil ways like I'm usin' a printer
I've always been a sinner, think of myself a winner
A real live vet, but I'm still a beginner
It's just like a movie by Martin Scorsese
Where the lead character's arrogant as Jay-Z
Delirious, idiotic and crazy
Rambunctious, self-centered and lazy
Stingy, ego-centric and shady
And God sent his only son to save me?
So I kneel and pray to the most High
That I don't go to Hell when I die...

If I don't go to hell when I die I might go to heaven. x4

(Verse 2: Vinnie Paz)
Yeah.. Listen...

Where do you go when you die?
Do you feel it's somethin' else or do you know it's a lie?
Do you think I could believe that there's an ocean if I
Didn't think of somethin' bigger when I'm closin' my eye?
How they'res gon be a novel with no author?
How they'res gon be a child with no father?
What's the mechanism for you to defend honor?
What's the definition for you to withstand Karma?
Everybody dies, everybody doesn't live
Everybody doesn't have another body they can give
Everybody has a different idea of what it is
What it is, is the fact that you feedin' it to the kids
And I can't process I'm still livin' in the flesh
Was it heaven or another form of prison with Koresh?
And you strugglin' n' wonderin' how you livin' to the next
Are you comfortable knowin' that your existence is a guess??

Yeah

If I don't go to hell when I die I might go to heaven. x4 View More
A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C589
3 hours ago

Old_Doctor: Wikipedia - Phoenix (western)

In Ancient Greek folklore, a phoenix (/ˈfiːnɪks/; Ancient Greek: φοῖνιξ, phoînix) is a long-lived bird that cyclically regenerates or is otherwise born again. Associated with the sun, a phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. Some legends say it dies in a show of flames and combustion, others that it simply dies and decomposes before being born again. Most accounts say that it lived for 500 years before rebirth.Herodotus, Lucan, Pliny the Elder, Pope Clement I, Lactantius, Ovid, and Isidore of Seville are among those who have contributed to the retelling and transmission of the phoenix motif. The phoenix symbolized renewal in general, as well as entities and concepts such as the Sun.

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C587
1 day ago
Wikipedia - Phoenix (western)

In Ancient Greek folklore, a phoenix (/ˈfiːnɪks/; Ancient Greek: φοῖνιξ, phoînix) is a long-lived bird that cyclically regenerates or is otherwise born again. Associated with the sun, a phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. Some legends say it dies in a show of flames and combustion, others that it simply dies and decomposes before being born again. Most accounts say that it lived for 500 years before rebirth.Herodotus, Lucan, Pliny the Elder, Pope Clement I, Lactantius, Ovid, and Isidore of Seville are among those who have contributed to the retelling and transmission of the phoenix motif. The phoenix symbolized renewal in general, as well as entities and concepts such as the Sun. View More
A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C587
1 day ago

Old_Doctor: Wikipedia. - Vermilion bird

The Vermilion Bird (Chinese: 朱雀 Zhūquè) is one of the Four Symbols of the Chinese constellations. According to Wu Xing, the Taoist five-elemental system, it represents the fire-element, the direction south, and the season summer correspondingly. Thus it is sometimes called the Vermilion Bird of the South (Chinese: 南方朱雀, Nán Fāng Zhū Què). It is known as Zhuque in Chinese, Suzaku in Japanese, Jujak in Korean and Chu Tước in Vietnamese. It is described as a red bird that resembles a pheasant with a five-colored plumage and is perpetually covered in flames. It is often mistaken for the Fenghuang due to similarities in appearance, but the two are different creatures. The Fenghuang is a legendary ruler of birds who is associated with the Chinese Empress in the same way the dragon is associated with the Emperor, while the Vermilion Bird is a mythological spirit creature of the Chinese constellations.

The Vermilion Bird is elegant and noble in both appearance and behavior, with feathers in many different hues of vermilion.

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C587
1 day ago

Old_Doctor: Wikipedia - Three-legged crow/golden crow

The three-legged (or tripedal) crow (simplified Chinese: 三足乌; traditional Chinese: 三足烏; pinyin: sān zú wū) is a creature found in various mythologies and arts of East Asia.[1] It is believed by East Asian cultures to inhabit and represent the Sun.

It has also been found figured on ancient coins from Lycia and Pamphylia.

The earliest forms of the tripedal crow have been found in China. Evidence of the earliest bird-Sun motif or totemic articles excavated around 5000 B.C. from the lower Yangtze River delta area. This bird-Sun totem heritage was observed in later Yangshao and Longshan Cultures. The Chinese have several versions of crow and crow-Sun tales. But the most popular depiction and myth of the Sun crow is that of the Yangwu or Jinwu, the "golden crow".

The most popular depiction and myth of a sanzuwu is that of a sun crow called the Yangwu (陽烏; yángwū) or more commonly referred to as the Jīnwū (金烏; jīnwū) or "golden crow". Even though it is described as a crow or raven, it is usually colored red instead of black. A silk painting from the Western Han excavated at the Mawangdui archaeological site also depicts a "golden crow" in the sun.

According to folklore, there were originally ten sun crows which settled in 10 separate suns. They perched on a red mulberry tree called the Fusang (扶桑; fúsāng), literally meaning "the leaning mulberry tree", in the East at the foot of the Valley of the Sun. This mulberry tree was said to have many mouths opening from its branches. Each day one of the sun crows would be rostered to travel around the world on a carriage, driven by Xihe the 'mother' of the suns. As soon as one sun crow returned, another one would set forth in its journey crossing the sky. According to Shanhaijing, the sun crows loved eating two grasses of immortality, one called the Diri (地日; dìrì), or "ground sun", and the other the Chunsheng (春生; chūnshēng), or "spring grow". The sun crows would often descend from heaven on to the earth and feast on these grasses, but Xihe did not like this thus she covered their eyes to prevent them from doing so. Folklore also held that, at around 2170 BC, all ten sun crows came out on the same day, causing the world to burn; Houyi the celestial archer saved the day by shooting down all but one of the sun crows. (See Mid-Autumn Festival for variants of this legend.)

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C587
1 day ago
Wikipedia - Three-legged crow/golden crow

The three-legged (or tripedal) crow (simplified Chinese: 三足乌; traditional Chinese: 三足烏; pinyin: sān zú wū) is a creature found in various mythologies and arts of East Asia.[1] It is believed by East Asian cultures to inhabit and represent the Sun.

It has also been found figured on ancient coins from Lycia and Pamphylia.

The earliest forms of the tripedal crow have been found in China. Evidence of the earliest bird-Sun motif or totemic articles excavated around 5000 B.C. from the lower Yangtze River delta area. This bird-Sun totem heritage was observed in later Yangshao and Longshan Cultures. The Chinese have several versions of crow and crow-Sun tales. But the most popular depiction and myth of the Sun crow is that of the Yangwu or Jinwu, the "golden crow".

The most popular depiction and myth of a sanzuwu is that of a sun crow called the Yangwu (陽烏; yángwū) or more commonly referred to as the Jīnwū (金烏; jīnwū) or "golden crow". Even though it is described as a crow or raven, it is usually colored red instead of black. A silk painting from the Western Han excavated at the Mawangdui archaeological site also depicts a "golden crow" in the sun.

According to folklore, there were originally ten sun crows which settled in 10 separate suns. They perched on a red mulberry tree called the Fusang (扶桑; fúsāng), literally meaning "the leaning mulberry tree", in the East at the foot of the Valley of the Sun. This mulberry tree was said to have many mouths opening from its branches. Each day one of the sun crows would be rostered to travel around the world on a carriage, driven by Xihe the 'mother' of the suns. As soon as one sun crow returned, another one would set forth in its journey crossing the sky. According to Shanhaijing, the sun crows loved eating two grasses of immortality, one called the Diri (地日; dìrì), or "ground sun", and the other the Chunsheng (春生; chūnshēng), or "spring grow". The sun crows would often descend from heaven on to the earth and feast on these grasses, but Xihe did not like this thus she covered their eyes to prevent them from doing so. Folklore also held that, at around 2170 BC, all ten sun crows came out on the same day, causing the world to burn; Houyi the celestial archer saved the day by shooting down all but one of the sun crows. (See Mid-Autumn Festival for variants of this legend.) View More
A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C587
1 day ago
Wikipedia. - Vermilion bird

The Vermilion Bird (Chinese: 朱雀 Zhūquè) is one of the Four Symbols of the Chinese constellations. According to Wu Xing, the Taoist five-elemental system, it represents the fire-element, the direction south, and the season summer correspondingly. Thus it is sometimes called the Vermilion Bird of the South (Chinese: 南方朱雀, Nán Fāng Zhū Què). It is known as Zhuque in Chinese, Suzaku in Japanese, Jujak in Korean and Chu Tước in Vietnamese. It is described as a red bird that resembles a pheasant with a five-colored plumage and is perpetually covered in flames. It is often mistaken for the Fenghuang due to similarities in appearance, but the two are different creatures. The Fenghuang is a legendary ruler of birds who is associated with the Chinese Empress in the same way the dragon is associated with the Emperor, while the Vermilion Bird is a mythological spirit creature of the Chinese constellations.

The Vermilion Bird is elegant and noble in both appearance and behavior, with feathers in many different hues of vermilion. View More
A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C587
1 day ago

Old_Doctor: Chinese and Western phoenixes are different entity.

Wikipedia (Chinese Phoenix)
Fenghuang (凤凰). Known in Japanese as Hō-ō or Hou-ou, are mythological birds found in East Asian mythology that reign over all other birds. The males were originally called feng and the females huang but such a distinction of gender is often no longer made and they are blurred into a single feminine entity so that the bird can be paired with the Chinese dragon, which is traditionally deemed male.

According to the Erya's chapter 17 Shiniao, fenghuang is made up of the beak of a rooster, the face of a swallow, the forehead of
a fowl, the neck of a snake, the breast of a goose, the back of a tortoise, the hindquarters of a stag and the tail of a fish. Today, however, it is often described as a composite of many birds including the head of a golden pheasant, the body of a mandarin duck, the tail of a peacock, the legs of a crane, the mouth of a parrot, and the wings of a swallow. Its body contains the five fundamental colors: black, white, red, yellow, and green.

During the Han dynasty (2,200 years ago) two phoenixes, one a male (feng, 鳳) and the other a female (huang, 凰) were often shown together facing one other. Later, during the Yuan dynasty the two terms were merged to become fenghuang, but the "King of Birds" came to symbolize the empress when paired with a dragon representing the emperor. 

The phoenix represented power sent from the heavens to the Empress. If a phoenix was used to decorate a house it symbolized that loyalty and honesty were in the people that lived there. 

In ancient and modern Chinese culture, they can often be found in the decorations for weddings or royalty, along with dragons. This is because the Chinese considered the dragon-and-phoenix design symbolic of blissful relations between husband and wife, another common yang and yin metaphor.

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C587
1 day ago
Chinese and Western phoenixes are different entity.

Wikipedia (Chinese Phoenix)
Fenghuang (凤凰). Known in Japanese as Hō-ō or Hou-ou, are mythological birds found in East Asian mythology that reign over all other birds. The males were originally called feng and the females huang but such a distinction of gender is often no longer made and they are blurred into a single feminine entity so that the bird can be paired with the Chinese dragon, which is traditionally deemed male.

According to the Erya's chapter 17 Shiniao, fenghuang is made up of the beak of a rooster, the face of a swallow, the forehead of
a fowl, the neck of a snake, the breast of a goose, the back of a tortoise, the hindquarters of a stag and the tail of a fish. Today, however, it is often described as a composite of many birds including the head of a golden pheasant, the body of a mandarin duck, the tail of a peacock, the legs of a crane, the mouth of a parrot, and the wings of a swallow. Its body contains the five fundamental colors: black, white, red, yellow, and green.

During the Han dynasty (2,200 years ago) two phoenixes, one a male (feng, 鳳) and the other a female (huang, 凰) were often shown together facing one other. Later, during the Yuan dynasty the two terms were merged to become fenghuang, but the "King of Birds" came to symbolize the empress when paired with a dragon representing the emperor. 

The phoenix represented power sent from the heavens to the Empress. If a phoenix was used to decorate a house it symbolized that loyalty and honesty were in the people that lived there. 

In ancient and modern Chinese culture, they can often be found in the decorations for weddings or royalty, along with dragons. This is because the Chinese considered the dragon-and-phoenix design symbolic of blissful relations between husband and wife, another common yang and yin metaphor. View More
A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C587
1 day ago
Exp View More

MadBaguette: Exp

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C586
2 days ago

Old_Doctor: 5 kernel mooncake... I personally do not quite like the taste...

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C586
2 days ago
5 kernel mooncake... I personally do not quite like the taste... View More
A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C586
2 days ago

Old_Doctor: I am a Malaysian Chinese with a mix of Foochow and Fuqing descent...

I somehow recalls when I was a kid, we have a few traditional non-mainstream version of mooncakes. One of it is a deep-fried buiscuit-like crumbly pastry... And another one is a kind of small pellet-like biscuit coated with powdered sugar.

These two type of cookie/pastry are also called mooncake...

Google - Foochow mooncake for pics...

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C585
2 days ago
I am a Malaysian Chinese with a mix of Foochow and Fuqing descent...

I somehow recalls when I was a kid, we have a few traditional non-mainstream version of mooncakes. One of it is a deep-fried buiscuit-like crumbly pastry... And another one is a kind of small pellet-like biscuit coated with powdered sugar.

These two type of cookie/pastry are also called mooncake...

Google - Foochow mooncake for pics... View More
A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C585
2 days ago
Wikipedia.

According to Buddhist tradition, Maitreya is a bodhisattva who will appear on Earth in the future, achieve complete enlightenment, and teach the pure dharma. According to scriptures, Maitreya will be a successor to the present Buddha, Gautama Buddha (also known as Śākyamuni Buddha). The prophecy of the arrival of Maitreya refers to a time in the future when the dharma will have been forgotten by most on the terrestrial world. He is a teacher of meditative trance sādhanā and states that gods, men and other beings.

Avalokiteśvara or Padmapani is a bodhisattva who embodies the compassion of all Buddhas. This bodhisattva is variably depicted, described and portrayed in different cultures as either male or female. In Tibet, he is known as Chenrezig, and in Cambodia as Avloketesvar. In Chinese Buddhism, Avalokiteśvara has evolved into the somewhat different female figure Guanyin, also known in Japan as Kanzeon or Kannon. In Nepal Mandal this figure is known as Jana Baha Dyah, Karunamaya, Seto Machindranath.

Mahavira is a contemporary of Gautama Buddha. Mahavira, also known as Vardhamana, is often considered the founder of Jainism, although Jains regard him as the twenty-fourth in a lineage of tirthankaras through whom Jains trace their traditions. He was the spiritual successor of 23rd tirthankara Parshvanatha. Jain tradition holds that Mahavira was born in the early part of the 6th century BCE into a royal Kshatriya Jain family in present-day Bihar, India. He abandoned all worldly possessions at the age of about 30 and left home in pursuit of spiritual awakening, becoming an ascetic. Mahavira practiced intense meditation and severe austerities for 12 years, after which he is believed to have attained Kevala Jnana (omniscience). He preached for 30 years and is believed by Jains to have attained moksha (salvation) in the 6th century BC, although the year varies by sect.

Mañjuśrī is a bodhisattva associated with prajñā (insight) in Mahāyāna Buddhism. In Tibetan Buddhism, he is also a yidam. His name means "Gentle Glory"(Chinese:妙吉祥, 妙乐)in Sanskrit. Mañjuśrī is also known by the fuller name of Mañjuśrīkumārabhūta, literally "Mañjuśrī, Still a Youth" or, less literally, "Prince Mañjuśrī". Another deity name of Mañjuśrī is Mañjughoṣa. View More
I Am A Prodigy · C8
3 days ago
The line for the book about the bone structure suitable to practice Arhat Fist are from Stephen Chow's Classic Movie - Kungfu Hustle View More
I Am A Prodigy · C8
3 days ago
Author played Soulcalibur it seems... I keep imagining Ivy Valentine whipping Carlo with her bladed sword/whip... View More

SageDrunkKitty: A whip wielding sword princess? Our god of games has unique tastes.

I Am the God of Games · C34
3 days ago

Old_Doctor: Haiya developers... Bosses should have their health bar bordered by a golden mythical creature... elites by silver border... rares by a bronze border and normal creatures by gray border...

I Am the God of Games · C33
3 days ago
Haiya developers... Bosses should have their health bar bordered by a golden mythical creature... elites by silver border... rares by a bronze border and normal creatures by gray border... View More
I Am the God of Games · C33
3 days ago

Old_Doctor: Thinking of King/Armor King from Tekken. He is a wrestler wearing a tiger head mask. Very good with grabs and throws. Known for his infinite chain throws/grabs combos...

I remember when Tekken 2 was out in 1995, the first time I saw the chain throws... I was like OMFG!

I Am the God of Games · C30
3 days ago
Thinking of King/Armor King from Tekken. He is a wrestler wearing a tiger head mask. Very good with grabs and throws. Known for his infinite chain throws/grabs combos...

I remember when Tekken 2 was out in 1995, the first time I saw the chain throws... I was like OMFG! View More
I Am the God of Games · C30
3 days ago
https://asheron.fandom.com/wiki/Lifestone

Lifestones are magical devices that players can attune to. When they die they are resurrected at the last lifestone they used. Lifestones appear as blue dots on the radar. Players can recall to their attuned lifestone with the command /lifestone. Characters with Item Enchantment can also learn a spell to tie to a different lifestone and recall there, as well as a spell that sends them to their attuned lifestone faster than the command. View More
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Bone meal is a mixture of finely and coarsely ground animal bones and slaughter-house waste products. It is used as an organic fertilizer for plants and as a nutritional supplement for animals. As a slow-release fertilizer, bone meal is primarily used as a source of phosphorus and protein. View More

SageDrunkKitty: Is the mention of “bone powder” speeding up plant growth a mistranslated Minecraft bone meal reference?

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Old_Doctor: Wikipedia.

The Sunway TaihuLight (Chinese: 神威·太湖之光, Shénwēi·tàihú zhī guāng) is a Chinese supercomputer. The name is translated as divine power, the light of Taihu Lake. It was designed by the National Research Center of Parallel Computer Engineering & Technology (NRCPC) and is located at the National Supercomputing Center in Wuxi in the city of Wuxi, in Jiangsu province, China.

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The Sunway TaihuLight (Chinese: 神威·太湖之光, Shénwēi·tàihú zhī guāng) is a Chinese supercomputer. The name is translated as divine power, the light of Taihu Lake. It was designed by the National Research Center of Parallel Computer Engineering & Technology (NRCPC) and is located at the National Supercomputing Center in Wuxi in the city of Wuxi, in Jiangsu province, China. View More
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Old_Doctor: wow... aladdin want his genie back...

Robin William is the Genie sound actor for the original 1992 Disney animated movie and Will Smith played the 2019 life action version...

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wow... aladdin want his genie back...

Robin William is the Genie sound actor for the original 1992 Disney animated movie and Will Smith played the 2019 life action version... View More
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