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lol
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Just don't go rafting one oar shy.


If you find anything like this call a pro:


 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


When I was in Costa Rico surfing, the ganja was all over the place. You could see small 'tended' areas, but it had spread all over the areas down there in the jungle areas.

We scored some when visiting this small village called Montezuma.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Hopefully you didn't find his revenge.

Stay on the marked paths and don't get outta the boat. ;)

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 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


lmao! We definitely did not veer into the magical forests of ganja. Though, we did gorge ourselves on bananas and mangos. The banana clusters can be scary as hell though, with all the spiders and creepy crawlies hanging inside the bunches.
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Just don't go rafting one oar shy.


If you find anything like this call a pro:


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When I was in Costa Rico surfing, the ganja was all over the place. You could see small 'tended' areas, but it had spread all over the areas down there in the jungle areas.

We scored some when visiting this small village called Montezuma.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Hopefully you didn't find his revenge.

Stay on the marked paths and don't get outta the boat. ;)

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


lmao! We definitely did not veer into the magical forests of ganja. Though, we did gorge ourselves on bananas and mangos. The banana clusters can be scary as hell though, with all the spiders and creepy crawlies hanging inside the bunches.
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Fools!

lmao


Good afternoon everyone
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Just don't go rafting one oar shy.


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 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


When I was in Costa Rico surfing, the ganja was all over the place. You could see small 'tended' areas, but it had spread all over the areas down there in the jungle areas.

We scored some when visiting this small village called Montezuma.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Hopefully you didn't find his revenge.

Stay on the marked paths and don't get outta the boat. ;)

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


lmao! We definitely did not veer into the magical forests of ganja. Though, we did gorge ourselves on bananas and mangos. The banana clusters can be scary as hell though, with all the spiders and creepy crawlies hanging inside the bunches.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I know jungles well, I know the creepy crawlies even better. But damn, they do make ones skin crawl.

But I think the craziest warnings I've ever read were in Sequoia National forest.

However, I think Devils Tower, hands down, has the most plague warnings.
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When I was in Costa Rico surfing, the ganja was all over the place. You could see small 'tended' areas, but it had spread all over the areas down there in the jungle areas.

We scored some when visiting this small village called Montezuma.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Hopefully you didn't find his revenge.

Stay on the marked paths and don't get outta the boat. ;)

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


lmao! We definitely did not veer into the magical forests of ganja. Though, we did gorge ourselves on bananas and mangos. The banana clusters can be scary as hell though, with all the spiders and creepy crawlies hanging inside the bunches.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Fools!

lmao


Good afternoon everyone
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lol, we didn't need to. All we had to do was stop at the village. None of us were potheads, so it wasn't that big of deal.
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When I was in Costa Rico surfing, the ganja was all over the place. You could see small 'tended' areas, but it had spread all over the areas down there in the jungle areas.

We scored some when visiting this small village called Montezuma.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Hopefully you didn't find his revenge.

Stay on the marked paths and don't get outta the boat. ;)

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


lmao! We definitely did not veer into the magical forests of ganja. Though, we did gorge ourselves on bananas and mangos. The banana clusters can be scary as hell though, with all the spiders and creepy crawlies hanging inside the bunches.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I know jungles well, I know the creepy crawlies even better. But damn, they do make ones skin crawl.

But I think the craziest warnings I've ever read were in Sequoia National forest.

However, I think Devils Tower, hands down, has the most plague warnings.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


Devil's Tower. Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Did you get over the rim to see if any aliens were left behind?
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Was just out on a bike ride to the north shore of Lake Erie, it was first time I went there...
It was so beautiful, the atmosphere all magic... Just the place here in this area I have been looking for...
There were like real sand beaches, where you could make a campfire and just sit and watch the water
Just thought I'd share it here, next time I'll see if I can get some photos lol
:o)
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Hopefully you didn't find his revenge.

Stay on the marked paths and don't get outta the boat. ;)

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


lmao! We definitely did not veer into the magical forests of ganja. Though, we did gorge ourselves on bananas and mangos. The banana clusters can be scary as hell though, with all the spiders and creepy crawlies hanging inside the bunches.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I know jungles well, I know the creepy crawlies even better. But damn, they do make ones skin crawl.

But I think the craziest warnings I've ever read were in Sequoia National forest.

However, I think Devils Tower, hands down, has the most plague warnings.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


Devil's Tower. Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Did you get over the rim to see if any aliens were left behind?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


We are the aliens. Just haven't got our pilots licenses yet.
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Was just out on a bike ride to the north shore of Lake Erie, it was first time I went there...
It was so beautiful, the atmosphere all magic... Just the place here in this area I have been looking for...
There were like real sand beaches, where you could make a campfire and just sit and watch the water
Just thought I'd share it here, next time I'll see if I can get some photos lol
:o)
 Quoting: 141


bump
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Was just out on a bike ride to the north shore of Lake Erie, it was first time I went there...
It was so beautiful, the atmosphere all magic... Just the place here in this area I have been looking for...
There were like real sand beaches, where you could make a campfire and just sit and watch the water
Just thought I'd share it here, next time I'll see if I can get some photos lol
:o)
 Quoting: 141


I'll just look out my back window and tell you the waters looking fine.
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Hopefully you didn't find his revenge.

Stay on the marked paths and don't get outta the boat. ;)

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


lmao! We definitely did not veer into the magical forests of ganja. Though, we did gorge ourselves on bananas and mangos. The banana clusters can be scary as hell though, with all the spiders and creepy crawlies hanging inside the bunches.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Fools!

lmao


Good afternoon everyone
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


lol, we didn't need to. All we had to do was stop at the village. None of us were potheads, so it wasn't that big of deal.
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Support the local economy and all that Jazz. Nothing's free, look at what the American dream has become.
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Was just out on a bike ride to the north shore of Lake Erie, it was first time I went there...
It was so beautiful, the atmosphere all magic... Just the place here in this area I have been looking for...
There were like real sand beaches, where you could make a campfire and just sit and watch the water
Just thought I'd share it here, next time I'll see if I can get some photos lol
:o)
 Quoting: 141


I'll just look out my back window and tell you the waters looking fine.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


Haha lucky you
When I lived in Denmark i was just 2 min walk from the Ocean, so wonderful falling asleep every night to the sound of the waves, but I don't miss it, bc where my heart is home :o)
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Where is everyone...it is so quiet.

Echo...

lol.
 Quoting: Seer777


I'm on a LOP Safari

Archetype hunting

goodnews
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


oh

is that a friendly look around tounge
 Quoting: aether


....

hmm

So..... imagine this.

You encounter an individual that fulfills almost all the identifying features of another individual, going all the way to esoteric knowledge and typing style.

The one difference being.... this new encountered individual has a dark outlook, dripping with veiled cynicism; whereas the 'original' person you knew has a very light and positive outlook and is not cynical.

....

It was a fascinating run, that's for sure....

stoned
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Was just out on a bike ride to the north shore of Lake Erie, it was first time I went there...
It was so beautiful, the atmosphere all magic... Just the place here in this area I have been looking for...
There were like real sand beaches, where you could make a campfire and just sit and watch the water
Just thought I'd share it here, next time I'll see if I can get some photos lol
:o)
 Quoting: 141


I'll just look out my back window and tell you the waters looking fine.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


Haha lucky you
When I lived in Denmark i was just 2 min walk from the Ocean, so wonderful falling asleep every night to the sound of the waves, but I don't miss it, bc where my heart is home :o)
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Lovely hf
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lmao! We definitely did not veer into the magical forests of ganja. Though, we did gorge ourselves on bananas and mangos. The banana clusters can be scary as hell though, with all the spiders and creepy crawlies hanging inside the bunches.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I know jungles well, I know the creepy crawlies even better. But damn, they do make ones skin crawl.

But I think the craziest warnings I've ever read were in Sequoia National forest.

However, I think Devils Tower, hands down, has the most plague warnings.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


Devil's Tower. Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Did you get over the rim to see if any aliens were left behind?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


We are the aliens. Just haven't got our pilots licenses yet.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fractaliscious


:starfleetapprove:

pilot
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Where is everyone...it is so quiet.

Echo...

lol.
 Quoting: Seer777


I'm on a LOP Safari

Archetype hunting

goodnews
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


oh

is that a friendly look around tounge
 Quoting: aether


....

hmm

So..... imagine this.

You encounter an individual that fulfills almost all the identifying features of another individual, going all the way to esoteric knowledge and typing style.

The one difference being.... this new encountered individual has a dark outlook, dripping with veiled cynicism; whereas the 'original' person you knew has a very light and positive outlook and is not cynical.

....

It was a fascinating run, that's for sure....

stoned
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


evening pi
i see what you mean
fascinating indeed and i can think of no reason why that would occur
motive prior to archetype acquisition
very different motives fit same archetype
that feels odd

huh
clever you to discover that

hmm
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I'm on a LOP Safari

Archetype hunting

goodnews
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


oh

is that a friendly look around tounge
 Quoting: aether


....

hmm

So..... imagine this.

You encounter an individual that fulfills almost all the identifying features of another individual, going all the way to esoteric knowledge and typing style.

The one difference being.... this new encountered individual has a dark outlook, dripping with veiled cynicism; whereas the 'original' person you knew has a very light and positive outlook and is not cynical.

....

It was a fascinating run, that's for sure....

stoned
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


evening pi
i see what you mean
fascinating indeed and i can think of no reason why that would occur
motive prior to archetype acquisition
very different motives fit same archetype
that feels odd

huh
clever you to discover that

hmm
 Quoting: aether


It was almost frightening until I determined that the two were indeed separate people.... because when the 'doppelganger' spoke of certain subjects, they espoused a viewpoint that I occasionally suspected the 'original person' secretly held. Negative of course.

However, I was able to detect flaws in the 'doppelganger's' logic, and my objections were never addressed. All in all, despite the esoteric subject content and near perfect synchronization with topics I THOUGHT were poorly known, the 'doppelganger' and company were astoundingly weak in argument.

Though I also came across some familiar friendly individuals, one of whom left this site some time ago.

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Though I also came across some familiar friendly individuals, one of whom left this site some time ago.
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One of whom is a prolific AC ('lop guest'), always under the handle of Pi.

I had spoke with the individual months ago.... and interestingly I could not pin down a gender, either, despite our rich communication via music and a fair amount of text.

(S)He is incredibly friendly, posts on all sorts of topics, and has somehow configured his/her ID number to be the number pi to the tenth or so digit.

Interesting indeed....

wink

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Though I also came across some familiar friendly individuals, one of whom left this site some time ago.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


One of whom is a prolific AC ('lop guest'), always under the handle of Pi.

I had spoke with the individual months ago.... and interestingly I could not pin down a gender, either, despite our rich communication via music and a fair amount of text.

(S)He is incredibly friendly, posts on all sorts of topics, and has somehow configured his/her ID number to be the number pi to the tenth or so digit.

Interesting indeed....

wink
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Oh, Pi, I think many ACs over there are tagged as PI.
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evening pi
i see what you mean
fascinating indeed and i can think of no reason why that would occur
motive prior to archetype acquisition
very different motives fit same archetype
that feels odd

huh
clever you to discover that

hmm
 Quoting: aether


It was almost frightening until I determined that the two were indeed separate people.... because when the 'doppelganger' spoke of certain subjects, they espoused a viewpoint that I occasionally suspected the 'original person' secretly held. Negative of course.

However, I was able to detect flaws in the 'doppelganger's' logic, and my objections were never addressed. All in all, despite the esoteric subject content and near perfect synchronization with topics I THOUGHT were poorly known, the 'doppelganger' and company were astoundingly weak in argument.

Though I also came across some familiar friendly individuals, one of whom left this site some time ago.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


that is beginning to make sense
did it feel doppelganger was mimicking because the archetype it was mimicking fitted it motive: as in
use the mimicked archetype disguise to get what it wanted

or

was the motive to mimic the archetype thus discredit the archetype generally. as in:
a concerted effort to dilute the good standing of an archetypes reputation by appearing to others true

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Though I also came across some familiar friendly individuals, one of whom left this site some time ago.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


One of whom is a prolific AC ('lop guest'), always under the handle of Pi.

I had spoke with the individual months ago.... and interestingly I could not pin down a gender, either, despite our rich communication via music and a fair amount of text.

(S)He is incredibly friendly, posts on all sorts of topics, and has somehow configured his/her ID number to be the number pi to the tenth or so digit.

Interesting indeed....

wink
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


hmm

I wonder if that is the same poster I was 'warned about' in my introductory thread there.

Beware of pie, he likes cake...



It was also one of the first things I asked you, if you remember.

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Though I also came across some familiar friendly individuals, one of whom left this site some time ago.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


One of whom is a prolific AC ('lop guest'), always under the handle of Pi.

I had spoke with the individual months ago.... and interestingly I could not pin down a gender, either, despite our rich communication via music and a fair amount of text.

(S)He is incredibly friendly, posts on all sorts of topics, and has somehow configured his/her ID number to be the number pi to the tenth or so digit.

Interesting indeed....

wink
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Oh, Pi, I think many ACs over there are tagged as PI.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I indeed suspected this.

I saw lots of threads about politics, etc. by 'Pi'.

But this was one time, on one thread. And the individual appeared only briefly this time around.

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Though I also came across some familiar friendly individuals, one of whom left this site some time ago.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


One of whom is a prolific AC ('lop guest'), always under the handle of Pi.

I had spoke with the individual months ago.... and interestingly I could not pin down a gender, either, despite our rich communication via music and a fair amount of text.

(S)He is incredibly friendly, posts on all sorts of topics, and has somehow configured his/her ID number to be the number pi to the tenth or so digit.

Interesting indeed....

wink
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Oh, Pi, I think many ACs over there are tagged as PI.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I indeed suspected this.

I saw lots of threads about politics, etc. by 'Pi'.

But this was one time, on one thread. And the individual appeared only briefly this time around.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Gotcha

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evening pi
i see what you mean
fascinating indeed and i can think of no reason why that would occur
motive prior to archetype acquisition
very different motives fit same archetype
that feels odd

huh
clever you to discover that

hmm
 Quoting: aether


It was almost frightening until I determined that the two were indeed separate people.... because when the 'doppelganger' spoke of certain subjects, they espoused a viewpoint that I occasionally suspected the 'original person' secretly held. Negative of course.

However, I was able to detect flaws in the 'doppelganger's' logic, and my objections were never addressed. All in all, despite the esoteric subject content and near perfect synchronization with topics I THOUGHT were poorly known, the 'doppelganger' and company were astoundingly weak in argument.

Though I also came across some familiar friendly individuals, one of whom left this site some time ago.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


that is beginning to make sense
did it feel doppelganger was mimicking because the archetype it was mimicking fitted it motive: as in
use the mimicked archetype disguise to get what it wanted

or

was the motive to mimic the archetype thus discredit the archetype generally. as in:
a concerted effort to dilute the good standing of an archetypes reputation by appearing to others true

 Quoting: aether


It appeared to be this. But, the 'doppelganger' was more prolific, not just in the thread I posted in.... the 'topic preference' appeared to be a match though.

Almost like a 'mirror image'.

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Though I also came across some familiar friendly individuals, one of whom left this site some time ago.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


One of whom is a prolific AC ('lop guest'), always under the handle of Pi.

I had spoke with the individual months ago.... and interestingly I could not pin down a gender, either, despite our rich communication via music and a fair amount of text.

(S)He is incredibly friendly, posts on all sorts of topics, and has somehow configured his/her ID number to be the number pi to the tenth or so digit.

Interesting indeed....

wink
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


hmm

I wonder if that is the same poster I was 'warned about' in my introductory thread there.

Beware of pie, he likes cake...



It was also one of the first things I asked you, if you remember.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Given the apparent depth of the understanding of the subject matter..... that, is a tough one.


Ah, so there was the prompt...

I never even read a whole page of that thread. If memory serves. LOL

I guess I'll look at it now... looks interesting.
 Quoting: pi


Yes.

I was having trouble getting the post to quote properly.


It was also related to a response I received on the day I joined the 'outpost'.

One poster said to me,

"Beware of pie, he likes cake..."


I was uncertain if he was speaking about you, or another.

hf
 Quoting: Seer777


Heh heh heh...
 Quoting: Obsequious Pachyderm


Mmmmm....

It is an awfully effective lure isn't it...
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evening pi
i see what you mean
fascinating indeed and i can think of no reason why that would occur
motive prior to archetype acquisition
very different motives fit same archetype
that feels odd

huh
clever you to discover that

hmm
 Quoting: aether


It was almost frightening until I determined that the two were indeed separate people.... because when the 'doppelganger' spoke of certain subjects, they espoused a viewpoint that I occasionally suspected the 'original person' secretly held. Negative of course.

However, I was able to detect flaws in the 'doppelganger's' logic, and my objections were never addressed. All in all, despite the esoteric subject content and near perfect synchronization with topics I THOUGHT were poorly known, the 'doppelganger' and company were astoundingly weak in argument.

Though I also came across some familiar friendly individuals, one of whom left this site some time ago.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


that is beginning to make sense
did it feel doppelganger was mimicking because the archetype it was mimicking fitted it motive: as in
use the mimicked archetype disguise to get what it wanted

or

was the motive to mimic the archetype thus discredit the archetype generally. as in:
a concerted effort to dilute the good standing of an archetypes reputation by appearing to others true

 Quoting: aether


It appeared to be this. But, the 'doppelganger' was more prolific, not just in the thread I posted in.... the 'topic preference' appeared to be a match though.

Almost like a 'mirror image'.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


yes
i`m hovering over what to write cos there are several motive options
we will see

well done for discovering
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i`m hovering over what to write cos there are several motive options
we will see

well done for discovering
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It certainly was an interesting experience

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i`m hovering over what to write cos there are several motive options
we will see

well done for discovering
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It certainly was an interesting experience

tounge
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 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


I've got to read up.

I read this this morning and thought it was interesting legend:

The Legend of Chung Mo Yim was my favourite of them all.

Chung was the emperor’s first wife. As was customary back then, the emperor could have as many consorts as he wanted. Chung’s emperor was a fool, so she was sent from heaven to protect him and the dynasty. Chung was gorgeous...but only on half her face. The other half of her face was totally scarred. This represented her half human (the scarring), half heavenly origins. Once a month though, on the full moon, the gods allowed her to show her true, complete self and her entire face was restored and no one in the land could match her beauty. On this day, the emperor could look at no one else. He was hers entirely. She used this time with him to counsel him on political matters, making sure that he was protected against interlopers and those who would advise him to act on policies that would hurt his subjects. On every other day though, well, he was distracted. And most of the time he was distracted by his second wife. She was fair and wily. And she was also supernatural, sent from the dark side of heaven to disrupt the order on earth and cause chaos. Underneath all that prettiness, Second Wife was actually a fox. And this is where the Chinese term for homewrecker comes from: Woo Lei Jing, or “fox spirit”, a devious woman who preys on married men.

Chung Mo Yim and Woo Lei Jing battled constantly. Chung repeatedly thwarted Woo Lei Jing’s attempts to bring down the empire. In the end, Chung prevailed. The empire was rewarded with several years of lasting peace and Chung was recalled back to heaven, where she never had to be (half) ugly again and became a proper goddess, with all its rights and privileges. A good emperor is one who recognises the value of his Chung Mo Yim.

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