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2023.03.31 07:51 linn_lee Would my chart tell anything about relationships or the tendency’s I’d have in them.

Would my chart tell anything about relationships or the tendency’s I’d have in them.
I tend to be VERY avoidant unfortunately and I’ve been told several times “I couldn’t see you in a relationship”. I think about relationships but like to keep my crushes just as that, crushes. I’d rather them not talk to me and if they do I usually get very anxious and avoid them. It’s sad id rather keep them as day dreams then actually make a move. If anything in my chart points to moving past this I think that would motivate me to do better or just talk to a therapist. Thanks!!!
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2023.03.31 07:46 DedicatedSkeleton Why is my chest so much lighter than the rest of my body?

I (F) am a light skinned black woman, thought it was just because of a lack of sun exposure but a partner recently pointed out that my nether regions are only a shade or two lighter than my arms whereas my chest is a good 4-5 shades lighter
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2023.03.31 07:44 llamafeelings I have never felt such a strong connection with someone before. Will dating each other be a favorable outcome for marriage?

I have never felt such a strong connection with someone before. Will dating each other be a favorable outcome for marriage?
This guy (25m) and I (25f) have been texting and talking everyday for over a month now. He lives on the west coast, so we are long distance but we are planning to meet up next month. Talking to him feels so natural and it’s as if we’ve known each other our whole lives. Everything with him feels easy and it’s been a lot of fun staying up late talking to each other.
If we were to start this long distance relationship, would it be worth based off of our synastry? is it harmonious?
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2023.03.31 07:38 mr-senpai My (growing) 3DS Collection

My (growing) 3DS Collection
I'll be adding PersonaQ 2 and Alliance Alive Limited Edition, as they've been sitting at a local shop and I'm taking them home next.
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2023.03.31 07:36 networkmehard Does Mars Saturn and Jupiter form a Yode in this chart?

Does Mars Saturn and Jupiter form a Yode in this chart?
Can someone explain further what a Yode is and if that little triangle has any important significance in this chart? Thank you
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2023.03.31 07:32 Skovkatt- Spindrift

I have an ask those spindrift glasses ( not sun glasses ) are they for man , woman or are they unisex?
Here some shops sell them as female glasses and others as male glasses.
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2023.03.31 07:32 LoveMangaBuddy Read Fighting the Curse - Chapter 76 - MangaPuma

In a world where the path to immortality is broken, Lu Cheng, a cursed travellers, becomes the only person who can attract the heavenly tribulation. At the moment of death, the mysterious system is activated, Lu Cheng is determined to become stronger and change his fate, and upgrade himself by crossing the tribulation! Sun, Moon, and Death …… is the end of the world? The most important thing is th ... Read Fighting the Curse - Chapter 76 - MangaPuma. Read more at
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2023.03.31 07:18 yawningvoid28 TCM (U.S.) Daily Schedule For the Month of April, 2023.

(All Airtimes E.S.T.)
(12:00AM) Poltergeist (1982/1h 54m/HorroTobe Hooper)
(2:00AM) What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962/2h 12m/HorroRobert Aldrich)
(4:15AM) Bride of Frankenstein (1935/1h 15m/HorroJames Whale)
(6:00AM) Beau Brummel (1924/1h 20m/Silent/Harry Beaumont)
(8:30AM) Disraeli (1929/1h 30m/Drama/Alfred E. Green)
(10:00AM) Noah's Ark (1929/1h 15m/Drama/Michael Curtiz)
(12:00PM) The Dawn Patrol (1930/1h 35m/Drama/Howard Hawks)
(2:00PM) Night Nurse (1931/1h 12m/Drama/William A. Wellman)
(3:30PM) Jewel Robbery (1932/1h 10m/Romance/William Dieterle)
(4:45PM) Blessed Event (1932/1h 23m/Comedy/Roy Del Ruth)
(6:30PM) Employee's Entrance (1933/1h 15m/Drama/Roy Del Ruth)
Hollywood Steps Out (1941/0h 8m/Animated Short/Fred “Tex” Avery)
(8:00PM) The Brothers Warner (2007/1h 34m/Documentary/Cass Warner)
(9:45PM) Clash of the Wolves (1925/1h 13m/Silent/Noel Mason Smith)
(11:15PM) The Invention of Cinema: Cinema Finds Its Voice (2022/Dcocumentary)
(12:30AM) Gus Arnheim and His Cocoanut Grove Orchestra (1928/0h 9m/Short/?)
(12:30AM) Baby Rose Marie the Child Wonder (1929/0h 8m/Short/Bryan Foy)
(12:30AM) Lambchops (1929/0h 7m/Comedy/Murray Roth)
(1:15AM) The Jazz Singer (1927/1h 36m/Musical/Alan Crosland)
(3:00AM) Don Juan (1926/1h 51m/Silent/Alan Crosland)
(5:00AM) Lights of New York (1928/0h 57m/Crime/Bryan Foy)
(6:30AM) Little Caesar (1930/1h 20m/Crime/Mervyn Le Roy)
(8:30AM) 'G' Men (1935/1h 25m/Crime/William Keighley)
(10:15AM) Bullets or Ballots (1936/1h 17m/Crime/William Keighley)
(2:00PM) High Sierra (1941/1h 40m/Crime/Raoul Walsh)
(4:00PM) Key Largo (1948/1h 41m/Crime/John Huston)
Racketeer Rabbit (1946/0h 8m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(6:00PM) Larceny, Inc. (1942/1h 35m/Comedy/Lloyd Bacon)
Bugsy and Mugsy (1957/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(8:00PM) The Public Enemy (1931/1h 14m/Crime/William A. Wellman)
The Scarlet Pumpernickel (1950/0h 7m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(9:45PM) Jack L. Warner: The Last Mogul (1993/1h 44m/Documentary/Gregory Orr)
(11:45PM) Baby Face (1933/1h 16m/Drama/Alfred E. Green)
(1:15AM) One Way Passage (1932/1h 9m/Drama/Tay Garnett)
(2:45AM) Two Seconds (1932/1h 8m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(4:15AM) Life Begins (1932/1h 11m/Drama/James Flood)
(5:30AM) Fashions of 1934 (1934/1h 18m/Musical/William Dieterle)
(7:00AM) Dames (1934/1h 30m/Musical/Ray Enright)
(8:45AM) Gold Diggers of 1937 (1936/1h 40m/Musical/Lloyd Bacon)
(10:30AM) Max Steiner: Maestro of Movie Music (2019/2h 0m//Documentary/Diana Friedberg)
(12:45PM) The Adventures of Mark Twain (1944/2h 10m/Drama/Irving Rapper)
Rhapsody Rabbit (1947/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(3:15PM) Rhapsody in Blue (1945/2h 19m/Musical/Irving Rapper)
(5:45PM) Helen of Troy (1956/1h 58m/Epic/Robert Wise)
Big House Bunny (1950/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(8:00PM) Safe in Hell (1931/1h 13m/Drama/William A. Wellman)
(9:30PM) Heroes for Sale (1933/1h 13m/Drama/William A. Wellman)
Page Miss Glory (1936/0h 8m/Animated Short/Fred “Tex” Avery)
(11:00PM) Page Miss Glory (1935/1h 33m/Comedy/Mervyn Le Roy)
(12:45AM) Anthony Adverse (1936/2h 16m/Adventure/Mervyn Le Roy)
(3:15AM) Marked Woman (1937/1h 36m/Drama/Lloyd Bacon)
(5:00AM) Cain And Mabel (1936/1h 30m/Comedy/Lloyd Bacon)
(6:30AM) The Great Divide (1929/1h 12m/Western/Reginald Barker)
(7:45AM) The Truth About Youth (1930/1h 7m/Drama/William Seiter)
(9:00AM) My Past (1931/1h 23m/Romance/Roy Del Ruth)
(10:15AM) The Maltese Falcon (1931/1h 15m/Crime/Roy Del Ruth)
(11:45AM) Madame Du Barry (1934/1h 19m/Drama/William Dieterle)
(1:15PM) In Caliente (1935/1h 24m/Musical/Lloyd Bacon)
(2:45PM) Love Is A Racket (1932/1h 12m/Drama/William A. Wellman)
(4:00PM) Murder in the Clouds (1934/1h 1m/Adventure/D. Ross Lederman)
(5:15PM) Smart Blonde (1936/0h 59m/Frank Mcdonald)
(6:30PM) Little Big Shot (1935/1h 18m/Drama/Michael Curtiz)
Stage Door Cartoon (1944/0h 8m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(8:00PM) 42nd Street (1933/1h 25m/Musical/Lloyd Bacon)
(10:00PM) Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933/1h 36m/Musical/Mervyn Le Roy)
(11:45PM) Footlight Parade (1933/1h 42m/Musical/Lloyd Bacon)
(1:45AM) Three on a Match (1932/1h 4m/Drama/Mervyn Le Roy)
(3:00AM) Mary Stevens, M.D. (1933/1h 12m/Drama/Lloyd Bacon)
(4:30AM) I Found Stella Parish (1935/1h 24m/Drama/Mervyn Le Roy)
(6:00AM) When a Man Loves (1927/1h 52m/Silent/Alan Crosland)
(8:00AM) Svengali (1931/1h 16m/HorroArchie Mayo)
(9:30AM) You Said A Mouthful (1932/1h 15m/Comedy/Lloyd Bacon)
Porky’s Baseball Broadcast (1940/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(11:00AM) Elmer The Great (1933/1h 14m/Comedy/Mervyn Le Roy)
(12:30PM) Oil For The Lamps Of China (1935/1h 50m/Adventure/Mervyn Le Roy)
(2:30PM) The Great O'Malley (1937/1h 11m/Drama/William Dieterle)
(4:00PM) Flirtation Walk (1934/1h 37m/Musical/Frank Borzage)
(6:00PM) Gold Diggers of 1935 (1935/1h 35m/Musical/Busby Berkeley)
Buccaneer Bunny (1948/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(8:00PM) The Sea Wolf (1941/1h 40m/Adventure/Michael Curtiz)
(9:45PM) Brother Orchid (1940/1h 30m/Crime/Lloyd Bacon)
(11:30PM) The Life of Emile Zola (1937/2h 3m/Drama/William Dieterle)
(1:45AM) The Story of Louis Pasteur (1936/1h 25m/Drama/William Dieterle)
(3:30AM) So Big (1932/1h 30m/Drama/William A. Wellman)
(5:00AM) From Headquarters (1933/1h 4m/Crime/William Dieterle)
(6:30AM) The Corn Is Green (1945/1h 54m/Drama/Irving Rapper)
(8:30AM) Our Miss Brooks (1956/1h 25m/Comedy/Al Lewis)
(10:00AM) Up The Down Staircase (1967/2h 4m/Drama/Robert Mulligan)
(12:15PM) Jim Thorpe: All American (1951/1h 47m/Drama/Michael Curtiz)
Baseball Bugs (1946/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(2:15PM) The Winning Team (1952/1h 38m/Drama/Lewis Seiler)
(4:00PM) Trouble Along the Way (1953/1h 50m/Comedy/Michael Curtiz)
(6:00PM) One on One (1977/1h 38m/Drama/Lamont Johnson)
Rabbit Hood (1949/0h 8m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(8:00PM) The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938/1h 42m/Adventure/Michael Curtiz)
(10:00PM) Life with Father (1947/1h 58m/Comedy/Michael Curtiz)
(12:15AM) Jezebel (1938/1h 44m/Drama/William Wyler)
(2:15AM) The Letter (1940/1h 37m/Drama/William Wyler)
(4:00AM) Bordertown (1935/1h 30m/Drama/Archie Mayo)
(5:45AM) The Life Of Jimmy Dolan (1933/1h 10m/Drama/Archie Mayo)
(7:15AM) Moby Dick (1930/1h 15m/Adventure/Lloyd Bacon)
(8:45AM) The Old Man and the Sea (1958/1h 26m/Drama/John Sturges)
(10:15AM) The Fountainhead (1949/1h 54m/Drama/King Vidor)
(12:15PM) When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth (1971/1h 40m/Adventure/Val Guest)
(2:00PM) -The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex** (1939/1h 46m/Romance/Michael Curtiz)
(4:15PM) Alexander Hamilton (1931/1h 13m/Drama/John G. Adolfi)
(5:30PM) The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936/1h 56m/Adventure/Michael Curtiz)
What’s Opera, Doc? (1957/0h 7m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(8:00PM) They Won't Forget (1937/1h 30m/Drama/Mervyn Le Roy)
(10:00PM) Storm Warning (1951/1h 33m/Drama/Stuart Heisler)
(12:00AM) Confessions of a Nazi Spy (1939/1h 50m/Suspense/Anatole Litvak)
(2:00AM) I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932/1h 12m/Drama/Mervyn Le Roy)
(4:00AM) The Mayor of Hell (1933/1h 20m/Crime/Archie Mayo)
(6:00AM) Wild Boys of the Road (1933/1h 17m/Drama/William A. Wellman)
(7:30AM) Kings Row (1942/2h 7m/Drama/Sam Wood)
A Mutt in a Rut (1959/0h 6m/Animated Short/Robert McKimson)
(10:00AM) Good-Bye, My Lady(1956/1h 35m/Drama/William A. Wellman)
(11:45AM) Splendor in the Grass (1961/2h 4m/Drama/Elia Kazan)
(2:00PM) The Learning Tree (1969/1h 47m/Drama/Gordon Parks)
(4:00PM) Summer of '42 (1971/1h 42m/Romance/Robert Mulligan)
(6:00PM) A Little Romance (1979/1h 48m/Romance/George Roy Hill)
Carrotblanca (1995/0h 8m/Animated Short/Douglas McCarthy)
(8:00PM) Casablanca (1942/1h 42m/Romance/Michael Curtiz)
(10:00PM) Destination Tokyo (1943/2h 15m/WaDelmer Daves)
(12:30AM) Objective, Burma! (1945/2h 22m/WaRaoul Walsh)
(3:00AM) This Is the Army (1943/1h 55m/Musical/Michael Curtiz)
(5:15AM) Across the Pacific (1942/1h 37m/Suspense/John Huston)
(7:00AM) The Green Pastures (1936/1h 30m/Drama/Marc Connelly)
(9:00AM) Sergeant York (1941/2h 14m/WaHoward Hawks)
Easter Yeggs (1947/0h 7m/Animated Short/Robert McKimson
(11:30AM) One Foot in Heaven (1941/1h 48m/Drama/Irving Rapper)
(1:30PM) The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima (1952/1h 42m/Drama/John Brahm)
(3:15PM) The Nun's Story (1959/2h 29m/Drama/Fred Zinnemann)
(6:00PM) Oh, God! (1977/1h 44m/Comedy/Carl Reiner)
A Star is Bored (1956/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(8:00PM A Star Is Born (1954/2h 56m/Musical/George Cukor)
(11:15PM) A Lion Is in the Streets (1953/1h 28m/Drama/Raoul Walsh)
(1:00AM) A Streetcar Named Desire (1951/2h 2m/Drama/Elia Kazan)
(3:15AM) The FBI Story (1959/2h 29m/Crime/Mervyn Le Roy)
(6:00AM) Crime Unlimited (1935/1h 12m/Crime/Ralph Ince)
(7:15AM) Something Always Happens (1934/1h 9m/Comedy/Michael Powell)
(8:30AM) Crown v. Stevens (1936/1h 5m/Crime/Michael Powell)
(9:45AM) Mr. Cohen Takes a Walk (1936/1h 19m/Comedy/William Beaudine)
(11:15AM) Jack L. Warner: The Last Mogul (1993/1h 44m/Documentary/Gregory Orr)
(1:15PM) The Curse of Frankenstein (1957/1h 22m/HorroTerence Fisher)
(2:45PM) Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1970/1h 37m/HorroTerence Fisher)
Hair-Raising Hare (1946/0h 7m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(6:15PM) Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970/1h 35m/HorroPeter Sasdy)
14 Carrot Rabbit (1952/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(8:00PM) The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948/2h 6m/Adventure/John Huston)
(10:45PM) In This Our Life (1942/1h 37m/Drama/John Huston)
(12:30AM) The True Adventures of Raoul Walsh (2014/1h 35m/Documentary/Marilyn Ann Ross)
(2:30AM) The Roaring Twenties (1939/1h 44m/Crime/Raoul Walsh)
(4:30AM) Juarez (1939/2h 12m/Drama/William Dieterle)
(6:45AM) Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet (1940/1h 43m/Drama/William Dieterle)
(8:30AM) Yes, My Darling Daughter (1939/1h 26m/Comedy/William Keighley)
(10:15AM) Arsenic and Old Lace (1944/1h 58m/Comedy/Frank Capra)
(12:30PM) Out of the Fog (1941/1h 33m/Crime/Anatole Litvak)
(2:30PM) The Hard Way (1942/1h 49m/Drama/Vincent Sherman)
(4:30PM) Scandal: The Trial of Mary Astor (2018/1h 2m/Documentary/Alexa Foreman)
(6:00PM) The Great Lie (1941/1h 47m/Drama/Edmund Goulding)
Tweety’s S.O.S. (1951/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(8:00PM) Now, Voyager (1942/1h 57m/Romance/Irving Rapper)
(10:15PM) Dark Victory (1939/1h 46m/Romance/Edmund Goulding)
(12:15AM) The Strawberry Blonde (1941/1h 37m/Comedy/Raoul Walsh)
(2:30AM) Princess O'Rourke (1943/1h 34m/Comedy/Norman Krasna)
(4:15AM) City for Conquest (1940/1h 41m/Drama/Anatole Litvak)
(6:15AM) Nora Prentiss (1947/1h 51m/Drama/Vincent Sherman)
(8:15AM) Union Depot (1932/1h 15m/Drama/Alfred E. Green)
(9:30AM) Parachute Jumper (1933/1h 13m/Adventure/Alfred E. Green)
(11:15AM) They Made Me a Criminal (1939/1h 32m/Drama/Busby Berkeley)
(1:00PM) Air Force (1943/2h 4m/WaHoward Hawks)
(3:15PM) Passage to Marseille (1944/1h 49m/WaMichael Curtiz)
(5:15PM) Mr. Skeffington (1945/2h 7m/Drama/Vincent Sherman)
Bugs and Thugs (1954/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(8:00PM) White Heat (1949/1h 54m/Crime/Raoul Walsh)
Yankee Doodle Daffy (1943/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(10:30PM) Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942/2h 6m/Musical/Michael Curtiz)
(12:45AM) Gentleman Jim (1942/1h 44m/Comedy/Raoul Walsh)
(2:45AM) The Sea Hawk (1940/2h 7m/Adventure/Michael Curtiz)
(5:00AM) Manpower (1941/1h 45m/Drama/Raoul Walsh)
(6:45AM) Background to Danger (1943/1h 20m/Suspense/Raoul Walsh)
(8:15AM) The Crowd Roars (1932/1h 25m/Adventure/Howard Hawks)
(9:45AM) They Drive by Night (1940/1h 33m/Drama/Raoul Walsh)
There Auto Be a Law (1953/0h 7m/Animated Short/Robert McKimson)
(11:30AM) Greased Lightning (1977/1h 36m/Biography/Michael Schultz)
(1:30PM) The Dawn Patrol (1938/1h 43m/WaEdmund Goulding)
(3:15PM) Chain Lightning (1950/1h 34m/Drama/Stuart Heisler)
Go Fly a Kit (1957/0h 7m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(5:30PM) The Spirit of St. Louis (1957/2h 18m/Drama/Billy Wilder)
Drip-Along Daffy (1951/0h 7m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(8:00PM) The Searchers (1956/1h 59m/Western/John Ford)
(10:15PM) Sergeant Rutledge (1960/1h 51m/Western/John Ford)
(12:15AM) America America (1963/2h 57m/Drama/Elia Kazan)
(3:15AM) The Arrangement (1969/2h 7m/Drama/Elia Kazan)
(6:00AM) Young Man with a Horn (1950/1h 52m/Romance/Michael Curtiz)
(8:00AM) Blues in the Night (1941/1h 28m/Drama/Anatole Litvak)
(9:30AM) Sparkle (1976/1h 38m/Drama/Sam O'Steen)
(11:30AM) Kisses for My President (1964/1h 53m/Comedy/Curtis Bernhardt)
(1:30PM) Flamingo Road (1949/1h 34m/Drama/Michael Curtiz)
(3:30PM) The Candidate (1972/1h 49m/Drama/Michael Ritchie)
Ballot Box Bunny (1951/0h 8m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(5:30PM) A Face in the Crowd (1957/2h 6m/Drama/Elia Kazan)
Sahara Hare (1955/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng and Chuck Jones)
(8:00PM) Land of the Pharaohs (1955/1h 46m/Adventure/Howard Hawks)
(10:00PM) Mister Roberts (1955/2h 3m/Comedy/John Ford)
(12:15AM) Dial ‘M’ For Murder (1954/1h 45m/Suspense/Alfred Hitchcock)
(2:15AM) House of Wax (1953/1h 28m/HorroAndre De Toth) - (4:00AM) The Bounty Hunter (1954/1h 19m/Western/Andre De Toth)
(5:30AM) Doctor X (1932/1h 16m/HorroMichael Curtiz)
(7:00AM) Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933/1h 12m/HorroMichael Curtiz)
Ant Pasted (1953/0h7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(9:00AM) Them! (1954/1h 34m/HorroGordon Douglas)
The Haunted Mouse (1941/0h 6m/Animated Short/Fred “Tex” Avery)
(11:00AM) The Bad Seed (1956/2h 9m/HorroMervyn Le Roy)
(1:30PM) Dead Ringer (1964/1h 55m/Suspense/Paul Henreid)
(3:30PM) What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962/2h 12m/HorroRobert Aldrich)
(6:00PM) Wait Until Dark (1967/1h 48m/Suspense/Terence Young)
Lumber Jerks (1955/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(8:00PM) My Fair Lady (1964/2h 50m/Musical/George Cukor)
(11:00PM) The Music Man (1962/2h 31m/Musical/Morton Dacosta)
(1:45AM) Gypsy (1962/2h 29m/Musical/Mervyn Le Roy)
(4:15AM) Camelot (1967/2h 59m/Musical/Joshua Logan)
(8:00AM) The Petrified Forest (1936/1h 23m/Drama/Archie L. Mayo)
(9:30AM) Dark Passage (1947/1h 46m/Drama/Delmer Daves)
(11:30AM) Crime Wave (1954/1h 13m/Crime/Andre De Toth)
(1:00PM) Bullitt (1968/1h 54m/Crime/Peter Yates)
(3:30PM) The Yakuza (1974/1h 52m/Crime/Sydney Pollack)
(5:30PM) Dog Day Afternoon (1975/2h 10m/Crime/Sidney Lumet)
Rabbit Fire (1951/0h 7m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(8:00PM) Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966/2h 11m/Drama/Mike Nichol)
(10:30PM) Cool Hand Luke (1967/2h 9m/Drama/Stuart Rosenberg)
(12:45AM) The Wild Bunch (1969/2h 28m/Western/Sam Peckinpah)
(3:15AM) Petulia (1968/1h 45m/Romance/Richard Lester)
(5:15AM) The Fox (1967/1h 50m/Drama/Mark Rydell)
(7:15AM) Gay Purr-ee (1962/1h 26m/Musical/Abe Levitow)
(8:45AM) Treasure Island (1973/1h 27m/Adventure/Norm Prescott)
(10:30AM) The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964/1h 42m/Comedy/Arthur Lubin)
Swooner Crooner (1944/0h 7m/Animated Short/Frank Tashlin)
(12:30PM) Ocean's Eleven (1960/2h 7m/Comedy/Lewis Milestone)
(3:00PM) 4 for Texas (1963/2h 4m/Western/Robert Aldrich)
(5:15PM) Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964/2h 3m/Musical/Gordon Douglas)
**Bugs Bunny Rides Again (1948/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(8:00PM) Rio Bravo (1959/2h 21m/Western/Howard Hawks)
(10:30PM) The Big Sleep (1946/1h 54m/Film-NoiHoward Hawks)
Zipping Along (1953/0h 7m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(1:00AM) Strangers on a Train (1951/1h 36m/Suspense/Alfred Hitchcock)
(3:00AM) I Confess (1953/1h 35m/Drama/Alfred Hitchcock)
(5:00AM) All Through the Night (1942/1h 47m/Comedy/Vincent Sherman)
(7:00AM) Old Acquaintance (1943/1h 50m/Drama/Vincent Sherman)
(9:00AM) The Male Animal (1942/1h 41m/Comedy/Elliott Nugent)
(10:45AM) Two Guys from Milwaukee (1946/1h 30m/Comedy/David Butler)
(12:15PM) Colorado Territory (1949/1h 34m/Western/Raoul Walsh)
(2:00PM) The West Point Story (1950/1h 47m/Musical/Roy Del Ruth)
(4:00PM) Johnny Belinda (1948/1h 42m/Drama/Jean Negulesco)
The Last Hungry Cat (1961/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng and Hawley Pratt)
(6:00PM) Stage Fright (1950/1h 50m/Suspense/Alfred Hitchcock)
Duck Amuck (1953/0h 7m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(8:00PM) Mildred Pierce (1945/1h 53m/Drama/Michael Curtiz)
(10:15PM) Joan Crawford: The Ultimate Movie Star (2002/1h 30m/Documentary/Peter Fitzgerald)
(12:00AM) To Have and Have Not (1944/1h 40m/Romance/Howard Hawks)
(2:00AM) Harper (1966/2h 1m/Mystery/Jack Smight)
(4:15AM) Watch on the Rhine (1943/1h 54m/Drama/Herman Shumlin)
(6:15AM) Nobody Lives Forever (1946/1h 40m/Romance/Jean Negulesco)
(8:00AM) The Mask of Dimitrios (1944/1h 35m/Suspense/Jean Negulesco)
(10:00AM) Three Strangers (1946/1h 32m/Drama/Jean Negulesco)
(12:00PM) Knute American (1940/1h 38m/Drama/Lloyd Bacon)
(2:00PM) The Hasty Heart (1950/1h 39m/Drama/Vincent Sherman)
(3:45PM) Between Two Worlds (1944/1h 52m/Drama/Edward A. Blatt)
(5:45PM) Deception (1946/1h 50m/Drama/Irving Rapper)
Slick Hare (1947/0h 8m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(8:00PM) Black Legion (1937/1h 20m/Suspense/Archie L. Mayo)
(10:00PM) The Maltese Falcon (1941/1h 40m/Suspense/John Huston)
(12:00AM) Tab Hunter Confidential (2015/1h 30m/Documentary/Jeffrey Schwarz)
(1:45AM) Battle Cry (1955/2h 29m/WaRaoul Walsh)
(4:30AM) The Beast with Five Fingers (1946/1h 28m/HorroRobert Florey)
(6:00AM) The Verdict (1946/1h 26m/Drama/Don Siegel)
(7:30AM) Dust Be My Destiny (1939/1h 28m/Crime/Lewis Seiler)
(9:00AM) The Wrong Man (1956/1h 45m/Suspense/Alfred Hitchcock)
(11:00AM) The Young Philadelphians (1959/2h 16m/Drama/Vincent Sherman)
(1:30PM) 20,000 Years in Sing Sing (1932/1h 21m/Crime/Michael Curtiz)
(3:00PM) San Quentin (1937/1h 10m/Drama/Lloyd Bacon)
(4:30PM) Blackwell's Island (1939/1h 11m/Crime/William McGann)
(6:00PM) Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison (1951/1h 27m/Crime/Crane Wilbur)
Rabbit Seasoning (1952/0h 7m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(8:00PM) Alice Doesn't Live Here Any More (1974/1h 53m/Comedy/Martin Scorsese)
(10:15PM) Mean Streets (1973/1h 50m/Crime/Martin Scorsese)
(12:15AM) Full Metal Jacket (1987/1h 58m/Drama/Stanley Kubrick)
(2:30AM) A Clockwork Orange (1971/2h 17m/HorroStanley Kubrick)
(5:00AM) The Rain People (1969/1h 41m/Drama/Francis Ford Coppola)
(6:45AM) Finian's Rainbow (1968/2h 40m/Musical/Francis Ford Coppola)
(9:15AM) Cabin in the Cotton (1932/1h 17m/Drama/Michael Curtiz)
(10:45AM) The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter (1968/2h 3m/Drama/Robert Ellis Miller)
Hillbilly Hare (1950/0h 7m/Animated Short/Robert McKimson)
(1:00PM) Ode To Billy Joe (1976/1h 45m/Drama/Max Baer)
(3:00PM) The Oklahoma Kid (1939/1h 25m/Western/Lloyd Bacon)
(4:30PM) Dodge City (1939/1h 45m/Western/Michael Curtiz)
(6:15PM) Along the Great Divide (1951/1h 28m/Western/Raoul Walsh)
Baby Buggy Bunny (1954/0h 7m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(8:00PM) Bonnie and Clyde (1967/1h 51m/Crime/Arthur Penn)
(10:00PM) Rachel, Rachel (1968/1h 41m/Drama/Paul Newman)
(12:00AM) Firecreek (1968/1h 44m/Western/Vincent McEveety)
(2:00AM) Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967/1h 49m/Drama/John Huston)
(4:00AM) Start the Revolution Without Me (1970/1h 30m/Comedy/Bud Yorkin)
(5:45AM) Captain Blood (1935/1h 59m/Adventure/Michael Curtiz)
(8:00AM) Adventures of Don Juan (1948/1h 50m/Adventure/Vincent Sherman)
Captain Hareblower (1954/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(10:00AM) Captain Horatio Hornblower (1951/1h 57m/Adventure/Raoul Walsh)
(12:00PM) The Great Race (1965/2h 37m/Comedy/Blake Edwards)
(2:45PM) Around the World in 80 Days (1956/2h 50m/Adventure/Michael Anderson)
(6:00PM) Time After Time (1979/1h 52m/Science-Fiction/Nicholas Meyer)
What’s Up, Doc? (1950/0h 7m/Animated Short/Robert McKimson)
(8:00PM) All The President's Men (1976/2h 18m/Drama/Alan J. Pakula)
(10:30PM) The Exorcist (1973/2h 1m/HorroWilliam Friedkin)
(12:45AM) Scarecrow (1973/1h 52m/Drama/Jerry Schatzberg)
(3:00AM) Badlands (1973/1h 35m/Crime/Terrence Malick)
(4:45AM) Night Moves (1975/1h 39m/Mystery/Arthur Penn)
(6:30AM) A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935/2h 12m/Comedy/Max Reinhardt)
(9:00AM) All This, and Heaven Too (1940/2h 23m/Romance/Anatole Litvak)
(11:30AM) A Warm December (1972/1h 39m/Romance/Sidney Poitier)
Scent-imental Romeo (1951/0h 6m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(1:30PM) Fanny (1961/2h 13m/Romance/Joshua Logan)
(4:00PM) The Prince and the Showgirl (1957/1h 57m/Comedy/Laurence Olivier)
(6:00PM) The Goodbye Girl (1977/1h 50m/Comedy/Herbert Ross)
Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century (1953/0h 7m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(8:00PM) Superman: The Movie (1978/2h 23m/Sci-Fi/Richard Donner)
(10:30PM) Batman (1989/2h 4m/Crime/Tim Burton)
(12:45AM) Girlfriends (1978/1h 26m/Comedy/Claudia Weill)
(2:30AM) Cookie (1989/1h 33m/Comedy/Susan Seidelman)
(4:15AM) The Brothers Warner (2007/Documentary/Cass Warner)
(6:00AM) Untamed Youth (1957/1h 20m/Drama/Howard W. Koch)
(8:00AM) The Swarm (1978/1h 56m/HorroIrwin Allen)
(10:00AM) Big Wednesday (1978/2h 6m/Drama/John Milius)
(12:15PM) Over the Edge (1979/1h 35m/Crime/Jonathan Kaplan)
(2:00PM) The Last Of Sheila (1973/2h 0m/Mystery/Herbert Ross)
(4:15PM) It's Alive (1974/1h 30m/HorroLarry Cohen)
(6:00PM) The Omega Man (1971/1h 36m/Sci-Fi/Boris Sagal)
One Froggy Evening (1955/0h 7m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(8:00PM) The Color Purple (1985/2h 34m/Drama/Steven Spielberg)
(11:00PM) Empire Of The Sun (1987/2h 32m/WaSteven Spielberg)
(2:00AM) McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971/2h 1m/Western/Robert Altman)
(4:15AM) Countdown (1968/1h 41m/Drama/Robert Altman)
(6:00AM) Night and Day (1946/2h 8m/Musical/Michael Curtiz)
(8:30AM) San Antonio (1945/1h 51m/Western/David Butler)
(10:45AM) Pride of the Marines (1945/1h 59m/WaDelmer Daves)
(1:00PM) Caged (1950/1h 36m/Drama/John Cromwell)
(3:00PM) Baby Doll (1956/1h 54m/Drama/Elia Kazan)
(5:00PM) Cheyenne Autumn (1964/2h 40m/Western/John Ford)
Don’t Look Now (1936/0h 7m/Animated Short/Fred “Tex” Avery)
(8:00PM) Romance on the High Seas (1948/1h 39m/Musical/Michael Curtiz)
(10:00PM) Calamity Jane (1953/1h 41m/Musical/David Butler)
(12:00AM) Inside Daisy Clover (1965/2h 8m/Drama/Robert Mulligan)
(2:15AM) Sex and the Single Girl (1964/1h 54m/Comedy/Richard Quine)
(4:15AM) Bright Leaf (1950/1h 50m/Drama/Michael Curtiz)
(6:15AM) The Breaking Point (1950/1h 37m/Drama/Michael Curtiz)
(8:00AM) Roughly Speaking (1945/1h 57m/Drama/Michael Curtiz)
(10:00AM) John Loves Mary (1949/1h 36m/Comedy/David Butler)
(11:45AM) Up Periscope (1959/1h 51m/WaGordon Douglas)
(1:45PM) Cash McCall (1960/1h 42m/Romance/Joseph Pevney)
(3:30PM) A Summer Place (1959/2h 10m/Drama/Delmer Daves)
(5:45PM) Rome Adventure (1962/1h 59m/Romance/Delmer Daves)
Walky Talky Hawky (1946/0h 7m/Animated Short/Robert McKimson)
(8:00PM) East of Eden (1955/1h 55m/Drama/Elia Kazan)
(10:15PM) Rebel Without a Cause (1955/1h 51m/Drama/Nicholas Ray)
(12:15AM) Giant (1956/3h 21m/Drama/George Stevens)
(3:45AM) Return to 'Giant' (1996/0h 55m/Documentary/Jim Brennan)
(4:45AM) George Stevens: A Filmmaker's Journey (1984/1h 50m/Documentary/George Stevens Jr.)
(6:45AM) The Bride Came C.O.D (1941/1h 32m/Comedy/William Keighley)
(8:30AM) Janie Gets Married (1946/1h 29m/Comedy/Vincent Sherman)
(10:15AM) June Bride (1948/1h 37m/Romance/Bretaigne Windust)
(12:00PM) Room for One More (1952/1h 38m/Comedy/Norman Taurog)
(1:45PM) Four Daughters (1938/1h 30m/Romance/Michael Curtiz)
Feed the Kitty (1952/0h 7m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(3:30PM) Spencer's Mountain (1963/1h 59m/Drama/Delmer Daves)
(5:30PM) The Sundowners (1960/2h 13m/Drama/Fred Zinnemann)
The Three Little Bops (1957/0h 7m/Animated Short/Friz Freleng)
(8:00PM) Bird (1988/2h 41m/Drama/Clint Eastwood)
(11:00PM) Unforgiven (1992/2h 10m/Western/Clint Eastwood)
(1:30AM) Klute (1971/1h 54m/Mystery/Alan J. Pakula)
(3:30AM) Rollover (1981/1h 55m/Drama/Alan J. Pakula)
(5:30AM) Bye Bye Braverman (1968/1h 34m/Comedy/Sidney Lumet)
(7:15AM) Deathtrap (1982/1h 55m/Comedy/Sidney Lumet)
(9:15AM) Every Which Way But Loose (1978/1h 54m/Comedy/James Fargo)
(11:15AM) Honeysuckle Rose (1980/1h 59m/Drama/Jerry Schatzberg)
(1:30PM) This Is Elvis (1981/1h 41m/Documentary/Malcolm Leo)
(3:30PM) The Song Remains The Same (1976/2h 16m/Documentary/Peter Clifton)
(6:00PM) Jimi Hendrix (1973/1h 42m/Documentary/Gary Weiss)
Long-Haired Hare (1949/0h 8m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(8:00PM) Woodstock: The Director's Cut (1970/3h 4m/Documentary/Michael Wadleigh)
(12:00AM) Super Fly (1972/1h 36m/Crime/Gordon Parks, Jr.)
(2:00AM) Black Belt Jones (19741h 25m/Crime/Robert Clouse)
(3:30AM) Cleopatra Jones (1973/1h 29m/Crime/Jack Starrett)
(5:00AM) Black Samson (1974/1h 27m/Action/Chuck Bail)
(6:30AM) A Slight Case of Murder (1938/1h 25m/Comedy/Lloyd Bacon)
(8:00AM) The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945/1h 20m/Comedy/Raoul Walsh)
(9:30AM) The Man Who Came to Dinner (19421h 52m/Comedy/William Keighley)
(11:30AM) No Time for Sergeants (1958/1h 59m/Comedy/Mervyn Le Roy)
(1:45PM) Auntie Mame (1958/2h 23m/Comedy/Morton Dacosta)
(4:15PM) What's Up, Doc? (1972/1h 34m/Comedy/Peter Bogdanovich)
(6:00PM) The In-Laws (1979/1h 43m/Comedy/Arthur Hiller)
My Bunny Lies Over the Sea (1948/0h 7m/Animated Short/Chuck Jones)
(8:00PM) Local Hero (1983/1h 51m/Comedy/Bill Forsyth)
(10:00PM) Crossing Delancey (1988/1h 37m/Romance/Joan Micklin Silver)
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2023.03.31 07:09 inevitabledrill sergeant sun and his co-ops moon and star completed mission “lounge & vibe” successfully.

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2023.03.31 07:03 Phillip228 [US] Microsoft Rewards - Bing News Quiz - Test Your Smarts (03/31/2023)

Q1: After a national strike by transit workers this week, travel in which EU country ground to a halt?
 (B) Germany 
Q2: What did astronomers detect in space that is 30 billion times larger than the mass of the sun?
 (A) A black hole 
Q3: Which NFL QB, and former league MVP, has asked to be traded from the team that drafted him?
 (A) Lamar Jackson 
Q4: The FDA just cleared which life-saving medication to be sold over-the-counter?
 (B) Narcan 
Q5: Nokia says it will launch what service on the moon later this year?
 (C) 4G internet 
Q6: Soccer legend Lionel Messi just surpassed 100 career goals while playing for his home country of...
 (C) Argentina 
Q7: Colombia had to spend $3.5M to relocate 70 of which animal that once belonged to infamous cartel boss Pablo Escobar?
 (A) Hippos 
Q8: Atlanta resident Nathan Firesheets rode every Disney ride in the world in 12 days. How many countries did he visit?
 (B) 4 
Q9: Scientists made a jumbo, edible meatball using the genetic sequence of which extinct animal?
 (C) Woolly mammoth 
Q10: Speaking of ancient animals, scientists named a recently discovered beaver fossil after which southern store chain?
 (A) Buc-ee's 
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2023.03.31 06:56 Harper_182 Skies above

A felled log lay across the rutted mud trail which twisted up into the woods. It was green with moss, and the soggy, rotten wood sank under our boots, first Sam’s, then mine. The woods breathed around us. They arched overhead, completing a green ceiling that let in beams of hot sunlight, which clung to rising steam. Arms reached out from the trees, snatching at our clothes and skin. The mud was red and thick.
“Smells like a campfire!” Sam called back.
He walked ahead as usual. Birds called out in warning, and leaves russled as squirrels, alarmed by our intrusion, scattered frantically for the safety of higher limbs.
“We should go camping soon,” Sam said, “or hiking. Let’s do the Appalachian!”
“What does this feel like to you then?” I asked.
“This is just a walk in the woods.” He said, “I mean a real hike.”
A mosquito brushed my neck, and I swatted at it. A cool wave settled onto my hot skin. The air here was still, suspended. A dark spider hung in the void above us, wrapping a struggling moth in her deadly blanket.
Sam slipped in the rut and rose with a handful of the red clay, tossing it back playfully. The birds, seeing no imminent danger, turned to singing songs. Melodies rang out around us as we twisted and climbed further. A monarch, large and silent, danced with us as we went.
“Where would we go?” I asked.
Sam paused and looked back wistfully.
“Somewhere with a river.” He smiled, “we could bring fishing poles, and beers.”
“So who’d carry the cooler of beers on this imaginary trip?”
“We’ll bring them in our backpacks, and leave them in the river to cool as we fish.”
He started back up the trail.
“We’ll catch fish for dinner, so we don’t need to bring food. And we’ll take tents and cook our catch by the fire while drinking beers with the stars.”
We came to a curve in the red trail, that broke off in a fork. The smaller off-shoot led down the mountain.
“Which way do you think?” I asked.
“Probably need the road more travelled in this case.” Sam said, and kept hiking up.
“You have a place in mind?” I asked.
“Colorado.” He said, looking ahead. “They have stars in Colorado.”
The red clay pulled at our boots with every step. Sweat started to roll down my back. Little gnats and mosquitos buzzed around my eyes and ears. As the beams through the canopy started changing shades of orange, the trail started to level.
“I heard Colorado has clean rivers, full of trout.” Sam said. “And skies with millions of stars.”
The trees started to open up ahead of us.
“I think I’d like that.”
The smell of campfire around us grew stronger, and smoke started to drift around the tops of the trees near us. In the clearing we saw a small White House with a couch on the porch. The paint was chipping, and the couch was torn and dark. The steps to the large porch were crooked. The door was green, with old mud stains. As we got closer we saw the smoke rising from just beyond the porch, behind the house. A mousey-looking woman peeked out at us from behind the curtains. A old brown lab lay in a patch of sand next to the broken steps. He rose, and stretched, and wandered up to see us.
Sam crouched, taking off his hat. The old lab had silver hairs on his face, and his tail wagged limply as he came up to smell sams hand.
“Look at this old guy,” Sam smiled. The golden sun washed over them.
I looked wearily past them to the side of the house to where the smoke was rising. Sam rose and we walked cautiously around the edge. The woman inside followed our progress at the window. Sam raised his hand to motion for her to be still.
The first thing we saw was the trash. Broken glass and bottles. Broken wooden legs of an old table jutted out like pilars, and cardboard and plastic and old tires were piled sporadically. In the middle of this dump was a rusted fire pit, with a small fire burning, and next to the fire pit stood a man, naked. His hair was gray and as wild as the woods around us. His skin was deep with weathered wrinkles. His feet were bloody and bare. He had a smear of blood down the cheek, and his eyes were furious.
When he saw us he picked up a red can of gasoline, and poured it over his head. The gas splashed around his feet and pooled in the well of an old worn tire.
“Woah!” I said firmly, “we’re only here to help.”
We froze where we were. He turned to the woman inside.
“You bitch!” He screamed.
The woman squeaked and disappeared behind the curtains. He turned back to us. Sam had his hands up over his head, harmlessly, while mine hovered near my hips.
“Frank, right?” He started, “were just here to help. Talk to me.” He smiled at him.
Frank looked back and forth at us, still holding the gas can. He started pacing around the fire pit.
“Frank, can you tell us what’s wrong?” Sam said.
“She called you here huh” Frank said viciously, “she called you here to kill me.”
“She’s just worried about you Frank. She wants to make sure you don’t hurt yourself.”
“We’re here to help.” I said.
When I spoke, Frank’s head snapped around. His eyes were black, bloodshot.
“You want to take me away, huh?” He said, pacing. Gas spilled from the red can, splashing down his leg. Sam sat on a tire, and ran his hands through his blonde hair.
“Look, I don’t want to take you away. She called us to help you. Can you just put the gas down and talk?”
I backed away. Frank looked nervously at me, then sam. He put the can down next to the fire pit. He was pacing over the broken glass, leaving bloody footprints with every step. “What’s your dogs name?” Sam asked lightly.
“That’s...that’s Lee,” Frank said, “General Lee.”
The dog was back on the porch, sleeping. I glanced around the yard. Trash was scattered everywhere. An old truck sat on flat tires by the trail we came up on. Frank was standing still now, listing as Sam spoke soothingly. The woman was still behind the curtains. The air was still calm and the monarch still danced above our heads. The birds no longer called, watching solemnly with the squirrels at the drama beneath. The sun still glowed and washed the yard in golden light, hanging on the thin smoke from the fire pit. General Lee rose again from the porch, and walked back towards Sam happily. Sam rose with a bright smile, and turned to pet the General.
“We’ll need a dog like this for Colorado.” He said smiling at me with his blue eyes.
Then Frank dropped the old, gas-doused tire around Sam’s shoulders, who was still smiling at the thought as Frank pulled him backwards into the licking flames.
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2023.03.31 06:50 rafaelwm1982 What do you think of the most important chapter in Zhuangzi's book [full text]

2.1.1 Ziqi of Southwall [Nanguo Ziqi] sat slumped on his writing table. Looking up, he slowly exhaled, so utterly blank that he seemed to have lost his other half.
2.1.2 Yan Cheng, Ziyou, who was standing in attendance before him, said, “How can this be? Can the body really be made like dead wood and the mind like lifeless ashes?
2.1.3 He who slumps on his writing table now is not the same as those who hitherto have slumped on writing tables.”
2.2.1 Ziyou said, “Yan, is not it good that you ask about this! Just now I lost myself—do you understand what this means?
2.2.2 You may have heard the pipes of Man but never heard the pipes of Earth, or you may have heard the pipes of Earth but never heard the pipes of Heaven.”
2.3 Ziyou said, “May I be so bold as to ask how this happens?”
2.4.1 Ziqi said, “When the Great Clod [Dakuai] sighs, it is called ‘wind.’
2.4.2 It only acts without intent [wuzuo], yet when it does act, a myriad hollows angrily howl.
2.4.3 Is it only you who hasn’t heard how long drawn out it is?
2.4.4 As great waves spread through mountain forests,
2.4.5 the holes in giant trees a hundred spans in girth become like nostrils, like mouths, like ear canals, like beam brackets, like circular animal pens, like mortars, like water holes, like drainage pits.
2.4.6 These roar like rushing water, whiz like flying arrows, curse, pant, shout, cry, some deep as a valley, some painfully sad.
2.4.7 As ones in front sing gheeyoo, ones behind sing nheeyuu. Light breezes result in minor harmony, whirlwinds in great harmony [dahe].
2.4.8 When such a fierce wind passes by, all the hollows become empty.
2.4.9 Is it just you who hasn’t seen how it makes things sway and shake, rustle and swish?”
2.5 Ziyou said, “Then the pipes of Earth are just all the hollows, and the pipes of Man, are just bamboo panpipes, but may I be so bold as to ask what the pipes of Heaven are?” Ziqi said, “They blow through the myriad things differently since they allow them all to act on their own.
2.6 Since it is universal that things initiate themselves, to rouse them, whatever need do that!
2.7.1 Great intelligence is broad and deep, Petty intelligence involves nit-picking.
2.7.2 Great words burn brightly, Petty words just run on and on.
2.7.3 Asleep, the spirit remains engaged, Awake, the person is all too susceptible.
2.7.4 Whenever one interacts with others, it becomes a pitfall In which one struggles daily in heartfelt strife, Whether accommodating, crafty, or secretive.
2.7.5 Little fears produce continuous anxiety, Great fears leave one thoroughly depressed.
2.7.6 When starting like an arrow released by a crossbow trigger, it means they would assert mastery over “right” and “wrong.” When holding back as if bound by sworn treaty, it means they would preserve a victory already won.
2.7.7 Their ruination is like the withering of autumn and winter, that is, they steadily deteriorate day by day.
2.7.8 They are so obsessed with what they are doing it’s impossible to have them recover.
2.7.9 They are so satiated that it is as if they are sealed up in it—which is a way to describe their aging occlusion.
2.7.10 When a mind is so close to death, there is no way to have it recover the yang [life] force.
2.7.11 One is either joyful, angry, prone to grief, delighted, worried, regretful, hesitant, obstinate, personable, self-indulgent, high-spirited, or posturing.
2.7.12 Music comes from emptiness; steamy air forms mushrooms.
2.7.13 Day and night replace each other before us, yet no one knows how such generation occurs.
2.7.14 Have done with it! Have done with it! Since mornings and evenings achieve this, are they not themselves the source of their generation?
2.8.1 If it were not for that [bi], there would be no I; if there were no I, there would be nothing for it to endow, so it is, indeed, close by.
2.8.2 We know not how it serves as the cause.
2.8.3 A true lord [zhenzai] might seemingly exist, except we can’t find any evidence for it.
2.8.4 That it can move is self-evident,
2.8.5 but we see not anything physical to it,
2.8.6 For it has properties [qing] but lacks bodily form [xing].
2.8.7 The body has its hundred joints, nine apertures, six viscera, and all continue to survive together in it.
2.8.8 So with which should I form a particularly intimate relationship?
2.8.9 Are you equally fond of them all, or are there among them those to which you are partial?
2.8.10 If so, are you going to treat all of them as your male and female servants?
2.8.11 Do these servants lack the wherewithal to manage one another other?
2.8.12 Or do they take turns in being ruler and subject?
2.8.13 Or does a true ruler exist there among them?
2.8.14 It would not matter whether we ascertain or fail to ascertain the facts [qing] here, for neither would increase or diminish the truth involved.
2.8.15 Once one has received his physical body [chengxing], he lives out his life to the end by never forgetting what he is.
2.8.16 Whether people interact with others in terms of confrontation or compliance, their progress toward the end is as if they were in a race to get there, and not a one of them is able to stop—is this not sad!
2.8.17 They belabor themselves their whole lives but we never see their success,
2.8.18 And, worn out with unrelenting effort for the sake of what they are fond of, they know not where they will finish up—is this not pitiful!
2.8.19 People say that they won’t die of it, but what’s the good of that!
2.8.20 As their bodily forms [xing] change, at the same time so do their minds [xin].
2.8.21 Human life, is it inherently as dull-witted as this? Or is it I alone who am dull-witted, while others are not?
2.8.22 If one follows his formed mind [chengxin] and makes it his teacher, will anyone ever be without a teacher?
2.8.23 “What need to know alternatives since the mind should make its own choices?” There are such people, and the stupid are to be found among them.
2.8.24 However, for right and wrong to exist without first being formed in the mind is to leave today for Yue and yet arrive there yesterday,
2.8.25 that is, this is to regard that which has no existence as something which does. When the non-existent is believed to exist, even if it were the Divine Yu, he could not know what to do about it, so how could I ever hope to do so!
2.9.1 Speech is not the blowing of air; speech consists of something said,
2.9.2 but what speech discourses about is characteristically indeterminate.
2.9.3 So, does it, after all, consist of discourse,
2.9.4 or does it never consist of discourse?
2.9.5 We might assume that it is different from the sounds made by hatchlings, but is there really a difference, or is there no difference?
2.9.6 Where does the Dao hide so that truth and falsehood thus arise? Where does [perfect] speech hide so that right and wrong occur?
2.9.7 Where does the Dao go that it does not exist?
2.9.8 Where does [perfect] speech exist yet prove incapable?
2.9.9 The Dao hides within the lesser completions. [Perfect] speech hides within flowery rhetoric.
2.9.10 Therefore, the rights and wrong of the Confucians and the Mohists are such that each regards the wrong of the other as right and the right of the other as wrong.
2.9.11 If one wishes to affirm what they deny and to deny what they affirm, nothing is better than to let them cast light in this way.
2.10.1 There is no one who is not an “other” [bi]; there is no one who is not a “this one” [shi]. If it is from the point of view of the other, then one does not see it; if it is from what oneself knows, then one knows it.
2.10.2 Thus I declare that the “other” depends for its existence on “this one” and “this one” also depends for its existence on the “other.”
2.10.3 Such is the doctrine of immediate mutual generation of the “other” and “this one” [bishi fangsheng zhi shuo]. Nevertheless, as soon as “it’s life,” immediately “it’s death,” or as soon as “it’s death,” immediately “it’s life,” or as soon as “it’s possible,” immediately “it’s impossible,” or as soon as “it’s impossible,” immediately “it’s possible.” “What is” for its existence depends on “what is not,” and “what is not” for its existence depends on “what is.”
2.10.4 Therefore, the sage follows not such a path but instead illuminates things with the light of Heaven and indeed depends on this.”
2.10.5 “Both this one is an “other”;
2.10.6 and an “other” is “this one.”
2.10.7 There are both an “I am” [shi] and an “I am not” [fei] for the “other” [bi] as well as an “I am” [shi] and an “I am not” [fei] for “this one” [ci].
2.10.8 So, after all, do “other” [bi] and “this one” [shi] really exist, or, after all, do “other” and “this one” not really exist?
2.10.9 Where “other” and “this one” don’t find respective mates is called the pivot of the Dao [daoshu].
2.10.10 As one’s pivot reaches the center of the circle [huanzhong], his resonance [ying] becomes correspondingly inexhaustible.
2.10.11 Both “it is” exists in an inexhaustible quantity and “it is not” exists in an inexhaustible quantity.
2.10.12 Therefore, I say that nothing is better than to let them cast light on each other. To use my finger as basis to determine that another’s finger is not a finger is inferior to using what is not my finger as basis to determine that my finger is not a finger; to use a given horse as basis to determine that another horse is not a horse is inferior to using what is not a given horse as basis to determine that a given horse is not a horse. Heaven and Earth are one finger; the myriad things are one horse.
2.11.1 Suitability [ke] derives from what suits,
2.11.2 and unsuitability [buke] derives from what does not suit.
2.11.3 Although things become what they are through the operation of the Dao, that they become “so” [ran] is because of what people say of them.
2.11.4 What makes them “so”? Their being “so” is based on being deemed “so.” What makes them “not so”? Their being “not so” is based on being deemed “not so.”
2.11.5 People obstinately regard some things as “so”; people obstinately regard some things as “suitable.” But no thing fails to be “so”; no thing fails to be “suitable.”
2.11.6 Because of what the deeming “it is” signifies, let us cite as evidence a crossbeam and a pillar, a leper and a Xi Shi, for these may be deemed oversized, deviant, deceptive, or strange, but pervading all things the Dao treats them as one and the same.
2.11.7 Disintegration [fen] means integration [cheng];
2.11.8 Integration means destruction.
2.11.9 Nothing exists exclusively whole or exclusively destroyed since these states continually interchange while consisting of one and the same thing.
2.11.10 Only one of perfect comprehension understands how such interchange comprises one and the same thing, so he does not use things because he thinks they are “right” [shi] for it but instead dwells in the ordinary. The ordinary [yong] is what is inherently useful [ziyong]; the inherently useful is what is interchangeably expedient [tong]; and what is interchangeably expedient has the potential for fulfillment [de].
2.11.11 When fulfillment happens, it does so about like this.
2.11.12 This is just to follow “it is” and do nothing more.
2.11.13 To do nothing more while remaining unaware of doing so may be called the Dao. To belabor the divine intelligence [shenming] to make things one while remaining ignorant that they are already one and the same may be called “three in the morning.”
2.11.14 What does “three in the morning” mean? When the monkey keeper was distributing nuts, he said, “Three in the morning and four in the evening,” and all the monkeys were angry. He then said, “If that’s how you feel, I’ll make it four in the morning and three in the evening,” and all the monkeys were pleased. No discrepancy in name or reality [mingshi] ever occurred, yet pleasure and anger occurred as if there had been—and this also is to follow “it is.”
2.11.15 In such a way the sage brings about harmony by taking “it is” and “it is not” and lets them rest on the potter’s wheel of Heaven.
2.11.16 This is called the two courses [lianghang] approach.
2.12.1 What the people of antiquity knew reached the ultimate. What was this ultimate that they reached? It was that things never yet existed for them: this is the ultimate reached, the utmost perfection achieved, to which nothing can be added.
2.12.2 Next came those for whom things existed, but that boundaries were never involved.
2.12.3 Next came those who had it that boundaries did exist between things but that no “it is” and “it is not” ever applied to them.
2.12.4 The manifestation of “this is” and “this is not” is the reason why the Dao was diminished.
2.12.5 As the Dao is diminished in this way, so is emotional attachment [ai] produced.
2.12.6 But do such diminution and completion really exist, or do such diminution and completion not really exist?
2.12.7 Allow that diminution and completion exist—thus we have Master Zhao playing the zither. Allow that diminution and completion don’t exist—thus we have Mr. Zhao not playing the zither.
2.12.8 Zhao Wen playing the zither, Music Master Kuang [Shi Kuang] propping himself up on his baton, and Master Hui slumped on his writing table—what these three masters knew just about covers it.
2.12.9 Because for all three it was achieved during the prime of life, this carried them to the end of their years.
2.12.10 It was only what they were fond of that distinguished themselves from others.
2.12.11 Since they were fond of it, they wished to clarify it.
2.12.12 They tried to clarify it without others gaining clarity, so they finished up by becoming as obscure as the “Treatise on Hardness and Whiteness.”
2.12.13 And even his son also tried to finish Wen’s tradition [lun], but he spent his entire life at it without completion.
2.12.14 As such, can they be said to have reached completion? If so, even I may reach completion.
2.12.15 As such, can they not be said to have reached completion? If so, no one else nor I may ever reach completion either.
2.12.16 Therefore, the brightness [understanding] created by slipperiness and uncertainty is what the sage charts. As for deeming things “right,” he does not do this but instead entrusts himself to the ordinary. This may be said to be the way to make things clear.
2.13.1 Now that I have had this to say about it, I am not so sure if what I assert is of the same category as “is so” or whether it is not of the same category as “is so.” Since “it is of the same category” and “it is not of the same category” create a category to which they mutually belong, my assertion and its opposite are mutually indistinguishable.
2.13.2 Nevertheless, let me try to put this into words.
2.13.3 Is it that “things had a beginning”?
2.13.4 Or is it that “things never had [weishi] a beginning”?
2.13.5 Is it that “it was never so that things never had a beginning”?
2.13.6 Is it that “things really exist”?
2.13.7 Is it that “things don’t really exist”?
2.13.8 Is it that “it has never been so that things don’t really exist”? Is it that “it has never been so that it has never been so that things don’t really exist”?
2.13.9 At the same moment, things exist yet don’t exist, so I am not quite sure that of such existence and non-existence, what really exists and what really does not.
2.13.10 And now that I’ve had something to say,
2.13.11 I am not quite sure that as the result of my having said this whether I mean they exist or whether I mean they don’t exist.
2.13.12 In the whole world nothing is any larger than the tip of an autumn hair, yet Mount Tai is small, and no one is more long-lived than a dead infant, yet Pengzu died young. Heaven and Earth share the same life with me, and the myriad things are one with me. 2.13.13 Since they already are one with me, how do I manage to say anything about it?
2.13.14 But since I have already referred to this as “one,” how do I manage not to say anything about it?
2.13.15 One and the saying of it make two; two and one make three. To go on from this point in such a manner, even a clever calculator could do it—let alone an ordinary one!
2.13.16 Therefore, by going on from having no words to having words brings us to three, so how much the more will result by going on from having words to having words!
2.13.17 Don’t go on to having them—comply with what things are and go no further.
2.14.1 The Dao never had boundaries. 2.14.2 Words have never had constancy.
2.14.3 It is because of “it is” that boundaries exist. Let me talk about such boundaries. There is left and there is right.
2.14.4 There is normal behavior; there is inclination.
2.14.5 There are divisions; there are distinctions.
2.14.6 There is competition; there is contention.
2.14.7 These are called the “eight virtues.”
2.14.8 As for that which is outside the six directions, the sage lets that exist without discussing it.
2.14.9 As for that which is within the six directions, the sage discusses this without considering it in detail.
2.14.10 As for the records of the former kings related to governing the world during the Spring and Autumn era, the sage considers them in detail but without making distinctions.
2.14.11 Therefore, in such “division” there is a failure to divide; in such “distinction” there is a failure to distinguish.
2.14.12 You may ask, “What does this mean?”
2.14.13 The sage holds things in his bosom.
2.14.14 Everyone else distinguishes things in order to impose their views on each other. Therefore, I say that in such “distinction” there is a failure to recognize.
2.14.15 The great Dao does not correspond [cheng] to anything.
2.14.16 Great distinction does not use words.
2.14.17 Great benevolence is not benevolent.
2.14.18 Great uprightness is not humble.
2.14.19 Great courage is not recalcitrant.
2.14.20 When the Dao would be made clear, it won’t be the Dao.
2.14.21 When words would make distinctions, they will fall short.
2.14.22 When benevolence [ren] would be constant, it won’t be universal [zhou].
2.14.23 When uprightness would display its cleanliness, it won’t inspire trust.
2.14.24 When bravery would spend itself in recalcitrance, it won’t succeed.
2.14.25 These five are round but the tendency is to try to make them square.
2.14.26 Therefore, to know that one must stop at what one does not know is to have reached perfection.
2.14.27 Who understands the distinction not spoken, the Dao not rendered in words? If anyone can so understand, such understanding is called the Storehouse of Heaven.
2.14.28 Pour into it, but it never fills; pour from it, but it never empties.
2.14.29 Yet one knows not whence this understanding comes. 2.14.30 This is called preserving the gleam.
2.15.1 Thus it was long ago that Yao posed the question to Shun: “I wish to attack and subdue Zong, Kuai, and Xu’ao, but, [here on the throne] facing south, I feel uneasy. Why is this?”
2.15.2 Shun replied: “These three lords still live among the bitter fleabane and artemisia,
2.15.3 So what reason should you have to feel uneasy? In the past ten suns appeared together, and the myriad things were all illumined,
2.15.4 but how much the more powerful is your virtue [de] than those suns!”
2.16 Front Teeth Missing [Nieque] asked Wang Ni: “Do you know what all people alike agree on as “right” [shi, “it is”]?”
2.17 Wang Ni replied: “How should I know that?”
2.18 “Do you know that you don’t know?”
2.19 But he replied: “How should I know that?”
2.20 “If this is so, then does no one know?”
2.21 But he replied: “How should I know that?
2.22.1 Nevertheless, let me try to put this into words.
2.22.2 How can I know that what I mean by “I know it” is not really that I don’t to know it?
2.22.3 How can I know that what I mean by “I don’t know it” is not really that I do know it?
2.23.1 Now I am going to try to ask you some questions.
2.23.2 If a human being beds down in a damp place, his back will ache so that he will finish up half dead, but is this so for the loach? If a human lives up in a tree, he’ll be so beset with worry and fear that he’ll shudder and tremble, but is this so for the ape? Of these three, which knows the right place to live?
2.23.3 Human beings eat the meat of animals that feed on grass and grain; reindeer and deer eat grass; centipedes find snakes delicious; owls and crows relish mice. Of these four, which knows the right taste?
2.23.4 The female ape is regarded by the dog’s head monkey as a proper mate; reindeer roam with deer; the loach swims together with fish. Mao Qiang and Imperial Concubine Li [Liji] were thought beautiful by everyone, but if fish saw them, they would dive deep, if birds saw them, they would fly high, and if reindeer or deer saw them, they would dash off. Of these four, which knows the right standard for beauty for the whole world?
2.23.5 From the way I see it, the doctrines of benevolence [ren] and righteousness [yi] and the paths of “it is” [shi] and “it is not” [fei] are too confused and crooked—how should I know how to make distinctions among them?
2.24 Front Teeth Missing asked: “Since you don’t know the difference between advantage and harm, does this mean that the Perfected one [zhiren] definitely does not know the difference between them?”
2.25.1 Wang Ni replied: “The Perfected one is divine [shen].
2.25.2 The Great Marshland might blaze, yet he can’t be burned; the Yellow and Han Rivers might freeze, yet he can’t be chilled; thunderclaps might split mountains or typhoons thrash the sea, but he can’t be alarmed.
2.25.3 Such a one as this drives the clouds as carriage,
2.25.4 rides astride the sun and the moon,
2.25.5 and so travels beyond the bounds of the four seas.
2.25.6 Since life and death are no change for him,
2.25.7 how much less likely are considerations of advantage or harm to have an effect!”
2.26.1 Master Quque [Master Startled Magpie] asked Master Tall Parasol Tree [Changwu zi] “I have heard it from you, Master, that the sage does not make selfconscious work of the affairs of the world.
2.26.2 Neither does he pursue advantage nor avoid harm.
2.26.3 Neither does he take delight in being sought after,
2.26.4 nor does he follow the Dao by clinging to it.
2.26.5 He never says what is said, and what he has to say is never said,
2.26.6 and, as such, wanders off beyond the dust and dirt.
2.26.7 You, Master, thought these rash and simplistic words, but I think they are how to practice the marvelous Dao. What do you think, my master, of that?”
2.27.1 Master Tall Parasol Tree replied: “Since it would have been perplexing to hear them even if they came from the Yellow Thearch, how could I, Qiu, ever understand them! You really plan too far in advance! You see a chicken egg and demand of it the hour that ends the night, or see a crossbow pellet and demand of it a dove to roast.
2.28.1 I am going to try to discuss it for you in illogical terms,
2.28.2 so you listen to it as such. How about that?
2.28.3 He sidles up to the sun and the moon and carries the universe under his arm.
2.28.4 To form a perfect union with them, accept their lack of definition and disorderliness, and regard inferiors as superiors.
2.28.5 While everyone else belabors himself,
2.28.6 The sage stupidly goes his own way.
2.28.7 He identifies with a myriad ages yet, Integrally one with them, is pure.
2.28.8 The myriad things are all so,
2.28.9 Thus, he takes up instances of “this is” and lets them accumulate.
2.29.1 How do I know that to love life is not a delusion?
2.29.2 How do I know that to hate death is not to suffer youthful loss and thus know not where to return?”
2.29.3 Concubine Li was the daughter of the Ai district border defense commandant. When the state of Jin first captured her, she cried so much that tears soaked the whole front of her garment, and it was only after she had arrived at the palace, shared his master bed with the ruler, and eaten his fine meats that she regretted she had ever cried.
2.29.4 How do I know that the dead don’t regret that they had ever first begged for life!
2.30.1 Someone who dreams he is drinking wine when dawn comes might start weeping, and someone who dreams that he is weeping when dawn comes might go out hunting.
2.30.2 Just when he is dreaming, he is unaware that he is dreaming.
2.30.3 So while in one dream he might go on to divine another dream he has in it.
2.30.4 It is only after he wakes up that he realizes that he has been dreaming.
2.30.5 Moreover, only after one has experienced a great awakening will he realize that this is all a great dream.
2.30.6 Yet the stupid think that they are awake, something they know with absolute clarity [qieqie], so their “Ah, Master” and “Ah, herdsman” are obstinately superficial.
2.30.7 I, Qiu, and you are both dreaming.
2.30.8 And when I say that you are dreaming, this too is a dream.
2.30.9 So, this is the way I talk about it, the name for which is “talk that is bizarre as can be” [diaogui].
2.30.10 If after a myriad generations, a great sage is encountered only once but knows how to interpret what I say, this would be to encounter him as if between dawn and dusk.
2.31.1 Suppose you and I have an argument, and you beat me and I don’t beat you—does this result in you being right and I wrong? Or, I beat you and you don’t beat me—does this result in my being right and you wrong?
2.31.2 Is one of us right and one wrong? Are both of us right? Are both of us wrong? If you and I can’t come to a mutual understanding, others will certainly suffer from the obscurity of what we say, so whom shall we appoint to decide who is correct?
2.31.3 Should we appoint someone who agrees with you to decide? But since such a one would agree with you, how could he decide it? Should we appoint someone who agrees with me? But since such a one would agree with me, how could he decide it?
2.31.4 Should we appoint someone who disagrees with both you and me to decide? But since such a one would disagree with both you and me, how could he decide it?
2.31.5 Should we appoint someone who agrees with both you and me to decide it? But since such a one would agree with both you and me, how could he decide it?
2.31.6 If all this is so, since neither I nor you nor anyone else can come to a mutual understanding, should we depend on yet someone else?
2.32.1 What does it mean to be in accord with Heaven’s distinctions?
2.32.2 I say that what is deemed right is not right, and what is deemed so is not so. If right really turned out to be right, there would be no dispute between right and not right. If so really turned out to be so, there would be no dispute between so and not so.
2.32.3 The mutual dependence of changing pronouncements is such that they seem not to depend on each other.
2.32.4 Be in accord with Heaven’s distinctions and comply with their continuous transformations [manyan], for this is the way that one may exhaust the limits of one’s years.
2.32.5 Forgetting years, forgetting judgment, one takes action [zhen] in the limitless [wujing]. Therefore, one who lodges [yu] there has no limits.
2.33 Penumbra asked Shadow: “A short time ago you were moving, but now you are stopped. A short time ago you were sitting, but now you are standing up. How you lack independent control!”
2.34.1 Shadow replied, “Is it that I have something on which to depend [youdai] that I behave as I do?
2.34.2 And does that on which I depend have something else on which to depend that it behaves as it does?
2.34.3 Is my dependency that of the snake scales on the snake or the cicada wings on the cicada?
2.34.4 How should I know why I behave so? How should I know why I don’t behave so?”
2.35.1 Once Zhuang Zhou dreamt that he was a butterfly, a butterfly happy as can be, and was himself fully aware how well this suited his disposition!
2.35.2 But he was not aware that he was Zhuang Zhou.
2.35.3 When he awoke suddenly, he was astonished to be Zhuang Zhou,
2.35.4 but he did not know whether he was Zhuang Zhou who had dreamt that he was a butterfly or a butterfly which was dreaming that he was Zhuang Zhou.
2.35.5 Between Zhuang Zhou and the butterfly there had to be a boundary.
2.35.6 And this is known as the transformation of things [wuhua].
Source: Zhuangzi translated by Richard John Lynn.
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2023.03.31 06:42 sinknee I’ve always felt disconnected in relationships and switch between chasing and feeling smothered. I’ve heard that’s in line with my aries venus, but was wondering if anyone could help me conceptualize how this shows up in my chart (e.g., venus retrograde in the 10th)?

I’ve always felt disconnected in relationships and switch between chasing and feeling smothered. I’ve heard that’s in line with my aries venus, but was wondering if anyone could help me conceptualize how this shows up in my chart (e.g., venus retrograde in the 10th)?
Are my significant partnerships just supposed to come later on in life? A lot of my chart seems to promote my (hyper)independence, my libra moon just seems so at odds with that when it comes to my actual emotions/desire for partnership.
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2023.03.31 06:32 level6toast I guess I'm not the only one with weird vivid dreams, this one has been bothering me the past few weeks, feel like I missed a message

I had this dream recently, it really shook me and seemed like an actual message or warning. Typically, if I even remember my dreams, they may be disturbing or strange but nothing important. I've had scarier dreams and been shaken, but not felt like there was anything to worry about after the dream wore off.
This dream happened right around when a new neighbor moved in, haven't seen them, just have a bad vibe for some reason.
Tw there is blood and someone was murdered. You don't see the violence but know it happened. I'm writing the dream sometime later and I'm not sure if it's fused with another dream. I did have a moment where I wondered if this was a real person who was murdered and trying to tell me something, and maybe it was related to the new neighbor somehow.
I was waiting with my friends at a bus stop, these people don't exist in real life, the only person I recogized after I woke was a character from a TV show I rewatched a year or two ago. Oddly now that I think about it, while watching the show we were staying at an airbnb that had a funny vibe.
At one point I started getting annoyed with them (all guys) and their immaturity so I decided to go for a short walk. I knew the bus wasn't coming in a while, but I did not want to go far. In the dream I was much younger than now. It kinda threw me. I would not have a band of young men around me these days.
I walked a bit deeper into the neighborhood and up a curving path through a grassy area toward some houses along the main road. Where the path met the sidewalk I saw a statue and thought it was strangely placed. I had a sense of foreboding. And not sure if I recall correctly but I think in my dream there was a serial killer on the loose and one of my friends didn't want me to be off on my own...
When I got close to the statue I saw it was of a woman in robes, and realized to my shock and horror it was a real woman drenched in blood and thought she was dead. And then I wasn't sure. Was this some kind of sick prank? The blood on her face and body was tacky and thick like mostly dried paint. I felt like it would peel off like acrylic paint and wondered if it was real. It was a deep red and clotted like period blood.
Something told me not to call the police, I had the creepy feeling I was being watched, that I might be killed if I did. And that they wanted to watch people react to this, but not get caught. I wasn't sure if I ran if I could escape them or if they had planned for that. There were also no branches or objects laying about, though I noticed a pile of stuff in a place I could not reach quickly, as if it had been cleared away. And I might get grabbed if I tried.
My next reaction for some reason was to try to sense where she was from and if her family was nearby. If they were in the neighborhood the killer would probably let me go, hoping more people would come to the scene and react to it. It would please him.
I felt cold and empty trying to sense family in the area, so I knew they weren't there. I wondered about her family, if they were worried or looking for her. Or if she really was alone. I did not sense she had any close family or friends for some reason. I felt a sense of loneliness and sadness for her.
I can still picture her face, where the blood wasn't, she had smooth skin, round face, probably in her 30s. My sense was she was from the West Coast, maybe PNW? But then I felt that was wrong. She seemed familiar but I could not place her. For a strange moment I felt like I had seen her in a photo from an earlier, distant time, which seemed impossible since she seemed so young. It was early spring but she wasn't pale from winter like the rest of us.
She seemed like she recently had been recently to a warm sunny place and tanned by the sun. I could almost sense the warmth of the sun from her, a strong sun, maybe tropical this time of year. And that she had been somewhere very green, lush. It was almost like I could smell it. It had a woodsy sense, felt cool in contrast to the sun. I could also sense from her a colder, sharper, northern personality that seems not pacific northwest. She knew real winter. For some reason I thought somewhere tropical was her ancestry and she may have felt at peace there, but winter was in her blood and upbringing.
And from her eyes she seemed very sharp witted and pragmatic. I was worried that if she had a message I might not get it, and she might be impatient, as she was much smarter and quicker than me. I couldn't tell if she was frozen somehow or dead. My feeling was that she was barely alive and she could be saved if I could figure out how to help her without appearing to get help, because whoever was watching might end her.
One memory tells me her eyes were closed, another tells me they were open, clear and shiny eyed, alert as if she were alive and conscious. She had the look of the dead, staring into nothing, but even though her eyes didn't move, I sensed her eyes clear and her seeing me with clarity and watchfulness. Part of me sensed a wisdom and power from her and I wondered if I was being tested somehow. She was standing at a sort of crossroads and when I left my friends and took that path I sensed a transition to another world, like I passed through a veil.
It was hard to tell if she were alive or dead. She seemed frozen and unable to move. I felt like she needed my help, but at the same time it seemd like she had control of the situation and was just watching to see how I'd handle it. Or maybe just felt bitter resignation. I felt confused.
Suddenly I sensed a warning from her, like someone had closed in, and I looked around me to make sure no one could take me by surprise. I still sensed that someone else was there, watching. And intended harm. There was nothing nearby to use as a weapon. And I felt like she had been posed there, deliberately to be found. And that the area was kept clear of anything I might happen to use to defend myself. Whoever did it wanted some form of attention, the more, the better. But they didn't want to be caught.
I kept feeling more and more scared. I did not want to abandon her but at the same time it seemed best to get reinforcements. The neighborhood seemed oddly cold and empty, like a simulation. The only people I was sure to find and trust were my friends. And I sensed she was ok I left, she wasn't afraid, there was a sense she wished, wanted I would go. I'm not really sure though.
I had a weird feeling that she was left there and posed by the serial killer. But at the same time it was so unreal I swore it had to be a prank. Like one of those people who pretend they're statues and stand very still. There was also something supernatural about her that I dismissed as imagination.
I headed back to my friends, listening and alert to danger. I feared leaving her that she would gone before we could get back, but I wanted to leave the danger behind. At one point I felt like I passed through a kind of weak force field back into my world. Wasn't sure if it was me imagining it. Wasn't sure what would happen if I brought people back to rescue her. Hopefully a group of us could overpower the serial killer or make him keep his distance. Would she still be there? Would the serial killer have had his laugh and moved her, or was he waiting for more? I wasn't sure if she would be removed or it was a different world I walked into.
The friend who intially tried to stop me from wandering off seemed confused and worried when he saw me. I told them about it and woke up when they grouped up and started heading toward the path with me telling them where she was.
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2023.03.31 06:11 flyinghorseduck 120 Fortunes from a Fortune Teller

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1 Answer the call. It comes soon.
2 Your gut will soon tell you to do something that contradicts reason. Follow reason.
3 You must drink of the poison well and eat of the spoiled pantry.
4 A wilting lineage droops to shadowy lows. What the rotten fruit begets chokes out the tree of its birth.
5 Seek the Egg of Stone; Face the Dragon!
6 You will find the answer to a long, mysterious riddle in your family bloodline buried between two oak trees, west of the village you grew up in.
7 Torch and candle, wax and wick, in the hall of fire, move right quick!
8 Look for the priestess, she will bring salvation.
9 Your actions have had unintended and unforeseeable consequences, and have placed into action the final piece of that which now approaches you. You are the harbinger of your own death
10 If you believe in telekinesis, raise my hand. The fortune teller then proceeds to raise their hand.
11 You can either have a meaningful death or enjoy old age, but not both.
12 A Fall is Coming; Winter Just Round the Bend; Enjoy Spring; Summer Shall Bring An End!
13 Trust not the travelers numbering odd.
14 Do not cross the mountain!
15 Cross the Mountain!
16 Greed is a poor man's compass, and I see gold and riches in your future.
17 Beware, for the Great Gyre is Nigh; The Slouching Beast Will Soon Arrive!
18 Every failure is a rung in your ladder. Climb on.
19 Your deeds are the seeds you sow. Harvest is coming.
20 A path of death lies in your wake.
21 The path less traveled is paved in gold.
22 Your wealth will grow but your friendships will suffer.
23 You will soon have the opportunity to help someone strong in their time of weakness.
24 (1d10) Stars Mark the Path!
25 When the dawn will come at the birthday of the mother, rats and snakes will devour all hopes.
26 Poor fortune for ye, unless you confess your guilt to the willow tree.
27 Follow the flight of birds, never in winter, always returning.
28 And through the drifts the snowy clifts Did send a dismal sheen: Nor shapes of men nor beasts we ken The ice was all between.
29 Your luck is a shame until you trade with your mate who has one of the same.
30 A single wolf is slaughtered by many enemies that surround it. Let this be a warning sign of danger that is preventable by the pack.
31 The shadow of the dragon is an omen, but coming of the wolf is the sign.
32 Lay not your head in the barn animals' bed, for the headsman soon calls.
33 Keep a Candle Burning; Lest The Dark Take Even Your Fears Away.
34 As the hermit emerges from hiding, darkness shall soon emerge as well.
35 That which you hold most dear will turn against you and lead you to ruin
36 Jump the Broom; Dance above the Blades!
37 The Moon Shines Brightest to Those in Her Favor.
38 Great deeds are done by those who are scared and foolish deeds by those who are not.
39 Left at the stream, at the face look right, crawl through the dark, and you will find the light!
40 A figment in blue will cross your path tomorrow. You will know it when you see the sign. You must turn around 4 times and speak the following words:
41 Steel your heart for darkness ahead. Your betrayal has already happened though you do not yet know it.
42 Fools will take great heed of your words. Use this to your advantage.
43 You will be presented with one of your deepest fears. Overcome it or perish.
44 Never bring upon yourself the wrath of the chicken. You may think this a metaphor, but it is not. Their beaks are sharp like my toes.
45 The treasure you are looking for is in the fruit.
46 Fair weather does not bring a rainbow.
47 Someone you remember, someone you forget, someone with a favor, another with a threat.
48 Your greatest challenge is within, not without.
49 The fall of slow rain upon the barren field will lead you to the house which shelters your destiny
50 For one wish to make, it'll be more wish to crumble.
51 The rope with which you climb may also hang you if you are not careful.
52 Cloak in the water. The man is crying. Let the leaf falls and everything will be fine.
53 Beware! Blessings from above may actually be curses from below!
54 Swords Shall Pierce Thine Heart; Pin Thy Love Lest It Be Lost.
55 Salt thy wounds, relish the sting, sweet is the knave, and bold is the king.
56 The thoughts you have had but not put into action are leading you down a path to your own undoing
57 When the leaves fall from the trees so too shall the stars fall from the sky.
58 Not all the frogs are in the pond, beware of them.
59 Build Not Houses of White Stone.
60 Between silver and gold, choose evil's bane. Between fire and chill, the lady's kiss.
61 Thrice will call the raven, heed its warn lest the fourth cry your dirge.
62 Three Crones Shall Visit Thee and Thier Lights Shall Reveal the Truth of What Thou Doth Seek!
63 A shrewd and very attractive fortune teller has put a curse on you. I will remove it for an additional sum.
64 The face of the one you seek is thus- a busker at dawn; a composer at noon; a patron at dusk; a maestro under the stars.
65 The truth will come from a child's toy. The lie will come from a weapon.
66 Beware the men with gills. Speak not to the sea or the southern wind.
67 Don't trust the song of the birds.
68 Poorly-dresed skanks like you will die alone. Naked, and alone. (Works best in an arctic setting, or not.)
69 Never lick a horse in the mouth, they bite.
70 Watch for a nobleman in red, for he is a devil in disguise.
71 Travel five days with the silver star at your heels, then cross the raging river. There you will come to realize your true self.
72 Don't move when the night song come, or you'll gain something you don't want, and lost something you wanted to keep.
73 Your hands will taste of orange in the near future.
74 The gears turn long after the machine has been broken. He who built it cannot mend it. He who holds it cannot carry it. He who finds it cannot speak it.
75 Beware of the blinding red light. If you see this light, you must flee. It will only bring you death!
76 Do not heed advice from one with whom you would not trade places.
77 Gold, Silver, Copper; Never in the Opposite Order!
78 Find the woman who gives birds their song.
79 Let Not Cold Enter Your Heart, For Then Only Love Can Drive It Out!
80 When you are done, the spirit haunting will pass over you.
81 Speak Not The Name Unspoken; They Listen, Always.
82 Trust the twin with no siblings, but abhor the lone child.
83 In the high plain there's a dark moon. Don't follow the light.
84 A copper for the maid, a silver to the beggar, and a gold for a lonely tune, may the vault of riches open to you.
85 You will be an old man/woman by the time your quest is complete.
86 You Must Seek the Leaf that Grows Not On Any Tree!
87 Take something old, give something new, doubt something red, trust something blue.
88 Begrudge not the thieving monkey, lest you take its place in the tiger's jaws.
89 The mother has disguised herself. Her babe is lost and will not return. She will nurse no other.
90 Listen to your fear, it may make a good point.
91 Someone you trust is plotting against you.
92 Gaze through the cracked window, and only then will you see clearly.
93 A dragon will give you a jewel. Beware the generous miser.
94 Spill Forth a Dram for the Lost; Make Merry in the Name of Those Who Pay the Highest Price!
95 Do not trust your thoughts. They will hinder your victory.
96 One for the fire, two for the clouds, and three for the knights.
97 Your nights will grow colder still, to match the heat of growing fires.
98 An ancient empire will rise from the waves along with ancient secrets.
99 A helping hand will come from an unlikely place. Trust it at your own peril.
100 Caution and prudence are luxuries afforded only to those with time on their side.
101 Today was possibly the most important day of your life! Congrat.. oh... you missed it... tsk tsk tsk... What a shame... A do-over, then! Tomorrow you will wake up and it will be today. Make sure you return or that decree will stay. k, Bye!
102 Seek ye the good behind the bad and beware the bad behind the good.
103 A song contains a wish. Only the name will answer.
104 The poison of the moon lies only once.
105 Only when the lovers are reunited can the curse be broken.
106 If you never fall you aren't moving fast enough.
107 A fortune most cold if you do as you're told.
108 Near the montains, there is a grey falcon. Look at the eyes, and you'll die. Look at the tail, and you'll be rich.
109 Your legacy depends not on what you do when you succeed, but rather what you do when you fail.
110 The light will be in the shadowest darkness.
111 The wisest men envy the grave.
112 The black sky will shield you from your enemies. Travel by night.
113 Sphinx of Black Quartz, Judge Thy Vow.
114 Your money, here, have it back. The fortune you've asked me to read, never shall I speak of it in this life or any hereafter.
115 Beware the snake's venom, not its bite.
116 You will find common purpose with an enemy and turn them into an ally.
117 What you have lost will never again be found.
118 Beware, young mouse, for the lion is thorned.
119 There be dragons in ye head. Make sure to feed them.
120 Three Coins Must Ye Pay; Three Prices Dear, Secrets Thrice Revealed, 'ere The Light of Day.
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2023.03.31 06:06 Imaginary-Ad3698 [20/m] 🟢▫️Hey, you can call me N, I'm from North Carolina of the USA.🟢▫️▫️▫️

I like to bake cookies: Chocolate Chip, Almond, and Oatmeal types.
I like to drink tea: Black Tea with Lemon, and Mint Tea.
I like to game: Sometimes I play ps4, and games such as Dead By Daylight, Minecraft, Fall Guys, and Multiversus.
I love Astronomy: I really enjoy watching the stars at night, looking at the moon, and researching about the universe, it really fascinates me!
I love animals: my favorite animals are Lions, Frogs, Cats, and Lizards. I like dogs amd bears too, dolphins, but I really love all animals lol.
I like nature: I love chilling in nature, sitting out side, bare feet in the grass, and feeling the sun touch my skin, and the wind brush on my face. Also, to see the trees sway in the wind, and to hear the birds chirping, ita so beautiful.
I like to draw: I like to do quick sketches, and sometimes I make art for people I meet.
I like to help people: I like to support people however I can, so if you ever need to vent, I can be here for you, I won't judge 😄.
Dm me for my discord, and introduce yourself, and the type of hobbies you like. I look forward to meeting you!
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2023.03.31 06:05 PerhapsNotMaybeSo Please tell me anything I’m in a rut at the moment

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2023.03.31 06:04 hjnsv Confusing dream about mystery woman. Please help

Last night I had a rather confusing dream. For some context: I have always considered myself a straight woman but last night I had a dream in which I fell in love with a female friend
This was not a friend that I know in real life but just a dream woman that I understood to be a close friend. This woman and I went out to eat somewhere, and then went to her house for a sleepover (this was all in a platonic friendly way). For the duration of our shared dinner and while at her house I felt drawn to this woman, she was extremely vibrant and and fun to be around. Once we arrived at her home we hung out to together, laughing and chatting while getting ready to sleep. Once we laid down, she straight out asked me if I liked her. In my dream I was completely startled as it all felt very real. I literally felt like my heart stopped beating for a moment. After a long pause I confessed that I did in fact like her. She was ecstatic about it, she jumped up and hugged me. We spent time discussing our future together, planning basically our whole lives. For some reason she lived in London and she literally decided to move to the US just so that we could be together. In my dream I was over the moon with everything that was happening. Anyways, after all of this I finally woke up.
In all, it was a lovely dream and I woke up feeling happy but it left me completely confused. I have never had a crush on a woman before so this is kind of out of the blue for me. Could this dream mean I may not be straight? All day I’ve been stressing over what this could mean. It’s left me totally confused about my own identity so any advice on interpretation would be extremely helpful.
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2023.03.31 05:58 loboefimero Shiny Egg PKSM Sun/Moon

I wanted to know if I can check what Pokémon egg will be shiny by just checking it out with PKSM. I wanted to filled several boxes with eggs and then check what egg will be shiny on PKSM. I'm using the masuda method on Pokémon Sun.
Please and thank you 🥺
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2023.03.31 05:58 Turmentic Sam’s Legendary Collection: Why the sun follows the Moon #sioux #metazoo

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2023.03.31 05:56 DNVN04 Finaly finished Dead Space 3

Gotta say it doesn’t deserve all the hate it gets, i will now talk about the things I didn’t like and the thing i did like.
(Spoilers ahead obviously)
I didn’t like:
-The new weapon system, it’s dense and it doesn’t have a tutorial, they just dump it on you, but once i got it, it was really fun exploring all kinds of weapon combinations, but a tutorial would’ve been nice.
-the graphics, for some reason they didn’t feel like an improvement from DS2 like DS2 was to DS, why was that?
-how long and tedious the campaign is! Seriously, all of the side missions felt like a round trip just to waste ammo, they didn’t add to the general story, at best they added a text log with lore but that was it.
-the weird Co op Campaign, i didn’t have anyone to play with so i got itchy not knowing what those Co op. Doors were about, i guess they didn’t add too much like the side missions anyways.
-also Carver intermittently being there, why couldn’t they try to make it a little bit like Halo 3 campaign with the Arbiter?
-the side characters, they present us with a bunch of them, but we didn’t get to really know them, and then they all get killed, so long girl whose name i don’t remember, you where… good? I guess. Goodbye mister, I’m sorry you couldn’t walk a few meters to grab a gear and reactivate the elevator to get the warm suit… you will be missed? Why was he on the mission anyway?
-Weird love triangle with obvious antagonist that definitely will double cross us, if it were to me i would’ve cut all that, it felt weird, and then Ellie forgiving us and falling in love with Isaac in the span of minutes?
-the whole campaign wasn’t scary at all :( it didn’t have any of those eerie moments like the first two games, you know? Like the dude banging his head at the end of the hallway or the crazy woman calling for her necro bomb baby.
-ugh no save stations? I don’t like the autosave thing, i forces me to live with my mistakes and move on like Real Life itself and i don’t play videogames to play real life.
Things I like:
-the story and lore behind the markers, the machines, the convergence and the brethren moons, wow
-that last bit of the game where you enter the alien “city” it felt like straight out of Mountains of Madness, with the giant monolithic structures and alien statues, and weird reverse engineered technology, if only the game were just like this.
-thank god for those adorable robot buddies, the helped me so much getting all that craftable crap.
-“you can’t study alien life because there is only Dead Space out there” really ominous, great stuff.
-“the aliens didn’t create the markers, they found them just like us, and then they made the sacrifice to safe the universe” so mysterious! Where did the markers came from then? Who where this selfless aliens that froze themselves for our sins? Again great stuff.
-F****** Unitologyst bastard getting himself killed by blindly following a lie, kinda repetitive from DS with Doctor Mercer, but fun nonetheless.
-the ancient aliens and their necromoph counterparts, i don’t know why but that whole concept is so appealing to me.
-planet cracker and Ship Repair tool are so Op once i stuffed them with Damage nodes, i was one-shoting necros left and right.
-Isaac Lives! But not DS4 :(
-love the aesthetic of the new suits, they feel cohesive within the universe, futuristic yet used and old, great design choices.
-Carver you soft teddy bear! I love his redemption arc, a little rushed at the end but nice, it was nice to have another character to root for.
-Eye Poke Boss Monster, funny.
-basically Skeleton Necromorphs, to me they one up the Necro children from DS2.
-The amount of stress the Hunters gave me, i love-hate those enemies, and felt like they didn’t overused them.
That’s it, as i said before, it’s not the best game out of the three, but it’s not THAT bad, it gets some things right, i heard the campaign was rushed so some of the character developments had to be cut, but overall a nice story, i really hope we get to continue Isaac’s Story in the future.
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