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2023.06.06 04:42 ThatGrumpyGoat Best American Chinese food delivery in Montreal? (As opposed to authentic Chinese food or even Canadian Chinese food.)

I'm a temporary American transplant to Montreal, here for work.
I have been looking for Chinese restaurants (ideally delivery) that are closest to American Chinese food. I realize westernized Chinese dishes aren't comparable to authentic recipes, and that westernized Chinese food in Canada and the US is pretty similar. But either I've had a run of bad luck trying new places in Montreal or I'm noticing differences between the local Canadian Chinese and American Chinese (or maybe just a regional thing).
Compared to Chinese food from the States, the westernized Chinese places I've tried here has been less sweet (👍), but also with more watery sauces (👎), with unexpected substitutions compared to the US versions. For example, I've ordered veggie lo mein from a few restaurants and got very thin noodles (more like mei fun) instead of the thicker egg noodles that are synonymous with lo mein in the States. Or I ordered General Tao's tofu but it was unbattered and lightly sautéed rather than battered and fried. The food is generally fine, but it's never quite what we're expecting when we order.
My spouse and I are both craving American Chinese and we're thinking about ordering in the next few days. Our experiences so far have not been stellar. Does anyone know where we can get the greasy, delicious, salty American Chinese food we're craving?
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2023.06.06 04:14 Physical-Egg-666 Growing up as a Chinese adoptee (24F) in a racist family in the South

(I am just venting about a unique situation I suppose. I was wondering if anyone else feels the way I do. FOR CONTEXT: I grew up in a low socioeconomic and rural town that primarily specialized in deep fried southern food and cotton fields. This meant that, in typical manner of small town America, no one ever really leaves. My mom, dad, aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents all attended the same high school as me. One of my childhood friend’s grandmother was the person who signed off on my parents’ marriage license. (I did not know that fact until my mom showed me their old marriage certificate several years later and I saw the familiar looking last name of said friend.) Most townsfolk married someone from their high school class, my parents being no exception. Some even had the same teachers or principals as me. The demographics of my version of small town America was composed mostly of what my teenage self would refer to as “hick rednecks'' and “military jackasses.” (I was mostly referring to the two sides of my family: dad’s side being hick rednecks and mom’s side being military jackasses.) Overall, my hometown was an interesting mix of people ranging from God-fearing Baptists and self-proclaimed “country bumpkins”. There were lots of speeches about hell and brimstone during my childhood.
I’m not sure how to sum up my experience growing up Chinese American. Up until I was an adult, I rarely bothered to share the truth about my adoption. Mostly due to feeling exhausted from having to repeat the same stories to people again and again:
“China had an overpopulation problem in the 1900s. As a knee jerk reaction, the deeply conventional and patriarchal government implemented the One Child Policy. Basically, if parents had more than one kid, they would be heavily taxed and ostracized. Now, if said second child was a girl, they’d be in some hot shit. In Chinese culture, usually it is the son that takes care of their elderly parents while the daughter is married off and becomes part of her new family of in-laws. Being born a girl was seen as an inconvenience as their culture historically coveted males. This often led to Chinese baby girls to be left for dead in trash cans, taken by the government, or even killed. Having a second daughter was seen as a betrayal to the Chinese regime and for some reason warranted infanticide. Well, I’m obviously a girl who survived what essentially was a mass slaughter. Probably the second born daughter which was extra hot shit for my biological parents. They wanted better for me (maybe), so I was put up for adoption. I hung out in a Chinese orphanage for about half a year until two random white people decided to adopt me. They brought me back to America, and the rest is history. No, I have no memories as I was a literal baby. No, I do not know who my birth parents are since adoption was conducted anonymously since putting a child up for adoption was also considered treason. And personally, just my opinion, it’s a little fucked that the government is slightly more approving of murdering babies for something completely out of their control instead of putting them up for adoption.” Or something along those lines…
I was adopted by my mom and dad, but primarily raised by a single mom for most of my childhood. I guess my peers just assumed when they saw my mom, that my dad happened to be Asian which is where I must have gotten my “exotic” genes. My childhood was also very abusive (from all sides of my family). Although I do have love for my family somewhere buried under the deep-seeded resentment, I no longer have a relationship with any of them besides of few of my distant cousins. This is mostly for my own safety/peace of mind because my relatives tend to influence me very negatively.
My earliest childhood memories involved a lot of weird and invasive questions I would hear from adults and peers alike regarding my ethnicity. Well that, and a strange feeling in the pit of my stomach that I would later identify as “survivor’s guilt” as an adult. Logically speaking, I have no reason to feel guilty for being alive, but I do. It would occur any time some adult friend of my parents would gush about how “lucky” I was to be adopted. I suppose luck had some part in my survival, but I didn’t expect people to be tone deaf enough to tell that to a little kid already struggling to come to grips with her cultural identity.
The snarky part of my brain would parody their comments:
“Oh, how these two altruistic white saviors decided to welcome a child as their own despite having no blood ties whatsoever.” Which, in part, is true. My parents did a very selfless thing. They were not able to conceive a baby of their own and they chose me out of the millions of parentless babies in the world. I think the damaging part is the underlying implications about how these nice people could have had any child and yet they settled for a baby no one wanted. My family would refer to my miracle of survival as “God’s plan.” They would talk about how God perfectly orchestrated my early life tragedies so I could be rescued from an awful life with those “evil communists.” I have nothing personal against religion nor people who truly believe in the G man upstairs. My beef comes from how this perspective is very centered on the adopters instead of the adoptees. Yes, it is BOTH our stories, but I often feel like adoptees' voices and feelings of uncertainty are often drowned out by a chorus of “you’re so lucky” and “why do you feel like that? You’re so ungrateful.” Also, I was a healthy baby girl born with no neurological or physical deficiencies. I definitely had much better odds than other babies at being adopted during the One Child Reign. Hearing these implications from people who do not understand nor want to understand the complexity of the adoptee’s experience fed into my survivor guilt and feelings of inadequacy. The adoption progress does involve a loss for the adoptee: a loss of culture, identity, and familial ties. I feel like adoption, specifically international adoption, is highly idealized and romanticized. Although I never told my mom, there was a part of me deep down that felt like a second-rate baby. Mostly because I knew how it would make her sad to know that somewhere in my little kid brain, I didn’t think that I would truly be wanted if my mom’s fertility situation went differently.
I would often describe the state of Texas as “that really annoying, overly-friendly hick cousin that comes to every holiday and gets completely sloshed out of their mind and drunkenly brags about their mediocre accomplishments” to people who would ask me to describe Texas. But for all the Texan pride and arrogance about our current Lone Star State, I suppose I could see its appeal. Living in rural Texas is a familiar, humble, and stable experience. My hometown was relatively safe. I could walk to my childhood friends’ houses after school just a few blocks away from my own house without much fear. Most people waved and smiled at each other in passing. (Looking back through adult lenses, I’m not sure how much of it was genuine.) Most townsfolk could fill their relatively uneventful lives with the downtown gossip of families going through some type of soap opera behind closed doors. And despite living in a small town, the schools were large enough to where we could participate in varsity sports seasonally. The rare minority of people who actually did have the courage to leave eventually moved back to start a family because “there’s no place like good ole home!”
The monotony is what partially induced my pubescent angst and desire to someday escape the only place I’ve ever known. That, and the fact that the things you could do for entertainment in small town USA was close to none. The drawback of only living in one town your entire life is limited world experiences. The safety net of someone’s childhood confinements has the potential to induce complacency confused with comfort. How could you ever expand your worldview when you’re hanging out with the same people with the same ideals again and again?
The Asian population in my hometown was close to nonexistent as well. In my high school graduating class, there was one other Asian kid that attended school as me. When my school’s standardized testing scores would be released, the performance metrics were broken down by how well each ethnic group of students did. Since there were only two Asian kids in my grade level, it would be pretty obvious if one of us failed. (Luckily, neither one of us did.) And of course, my peers encouraged both of us to date since “we’d be, like, SO perfect for each other! We’d get married and have little genius Asian babies!”
The feeling of being “othered” or “different” had always been present throughout my childhood. As a kid, the complexity of prejudices eluded me in my naivety, but the uncomfortable feeling of my peers hyperfocusing on my almond-shaped eyes, my flat nose, my stick straight black hair, and any other features felt like they were screaming, “ASIAN!” very loudly. A part of me felt some sort of unspoken alliance between me and my Hispanic friends. It was as if to some degree, they understood what it was like to have your whole personhood categorized by the color of your skin. Sadly, a large portion of my family was uncomfortable with the presence of anyone of Hispanic descent, and I'd often be forced to come up with excuses for my friends of color to not come over in fear of my traditionally southern family making an off-the-cuff comment about how "Mexicans are dirty, poor, and thuggy criminals." Their political diatribes, usually involving immigration, were the popular conversation starters during family get-togethers. My family was very much the type of people that would preach out being a good, godly man/woman while snickering about non-White people's "oddities." Talking about how Jesus loves all and then whispers sanctimoniously about a low-income Hispanic family on the opposite side of the room.
"Oh, GOD BLESS their hearts!"
I doubt those families needed my family's pity.
My mom's sister once texted me after I returned a stray dog to their rightful owner,
"I need to know their race so I can determine their education levels. If they're Mexican, it makes sense why they didn't pay you for rescuing their dog. Mexicans are always looking for the cheap way out."
They were Hispanic, and they were very thankful for the return of their dog. I didn't understand why a decent deed automatically required me to be compensated nor how their racial background tied into their obligation to compensate me.
I snarky replied, "What does their ethnic background have anything to do with how they should act?"
To which she responded, "Calm down. I can practically hear you getting huffy with me from your text. Don't get mad at me! I told you that those Mexicans are always coming to our country and expecting us to learn THEIR language while they refuse to learn English! Plus, when you're my age and all your tax dollars go into keeping lazy illegals afloat, you'll understand why I'm not willing to let some freeloading Mexicans take advantage of my niece."
I no longer talk to that aunt.
My dad's (now current) wife also got very sloshed at the last Christmas event I attended and ranted very loudly about how "the Bible said that evil yellow people like (me) would bring the end of the world and second coming of Jesus to end our sinful tyranny" in front of my entire family with my dad awkwardly ignoring her xenophobic remarks.
It also did not help that in elementary school, some of my classmates would see me and bow to me while one boy would pretend to bang a gong as soon as I entered the classroom and snicker while singing, “CHING, CHONG, CHINKY!” Or how during snack breaks, my peers would pop up to ask me questions like, “do you know karate,” or, “can you speak Chinese to me, " or “ew, don’t tell me you’re gonna eat my dog. He’s a really cute puppy!”
As evasive and uncomfortable these comments could get, I felt like they were fairly innocuous and were asked out of a mix of childhood ignorance and genuine curiosity. I think the part that bothered me the most was having some of my classmates point out how “weird” my eyes looked while placing their fingers at the corners of their eyes and stretching them outwards and loudly proclaiming, “LOOK, NOW I’M CHINESE TOO!!! I LOOK JUST LIKE YOU!” But the absolute worst feeling would be when someone would mention how I look nothing like my very obviously white mom or dad.
“How could they be your parents when you don’t even look like them?”
To which I had a carefully crafted answer my mom would help me rehearse beforehand: “Oh, yeah, I’m adopted from China. Not all families look the same.”
And the retort back would usually be, “Do you miss your real parents?”
Do I?
I ponder that question to this day.
It feels uncomfortable to have people refer to my sperm and egg donors as my “real parents.” My adoptive parents felt very real to me because they were all I knew.
I don’t think I fit the concept of the model minority. I did not come out of the womb as one of those “wiz kids” playing the piano like Mozart, doing linear algebra before I was verbal, and eating dogs for breakfast. My experience as being an Asian American and labeled as the “good minority” has been a weird space to be in. As much as I partially appreciated being known as the “successful, smart, culturally assimilated” race of people, a part of me felt bitter at the notion that all my successes in life might be attributed to my ethnicity. When I would express my discontent with these labels, I would often get reprimanded as ungrateful.
“Don’t you want to be smart?”
“What’s so bad about being Asian? It’s a compliment!”
“Are you embarrassed to be Asian?”
“And you’re basically guaranteed a spot in medical school to become a doctor.”
“The guys are obsessed with you because of your exotic genes!”
(Pro tip for anyone, but especially for my fellow marginalized members: if someone calls you “exotic,” run.)
The answers to these questions usually go, “yes, nothing, no, what, and ew.”
Yes, I do want to be smart. I hope that my cognitive abilities will help me contribute something positive to society one day.
Nothing is wrong with being Asian or whatever you are. It just feels very uncomfortable to hear about an entire group of people as if they’re all the same.
No. I have never and will never be embarrassed of what I am.
What? Why do you assume I automatically want to become a doctor?
Ew, exotic? I don’t even want to reply to that comment.
I wish that I had the vocabulary at the time to respond like that. Instead, I would awkwardly laugh at their comment and say something along the lines of, “haaaa, I don’t know any other Asians. If you run into them, you’ll have to ask them.”
When you would hear about brilliant minds in history such as Albert Einstein or Stephen Hawking, most wouldn't say, “Oh well, it’s because they’re white. All those white genetics are what keep them so hard-working and successful.” Instead, as a demographic that is adequately represented in society, Einstein and Hawking and so many other white men had their accomplishments acknowledged as their own individualistic brilliance. An experience I so desperately wanted. So what if I was good or bad at math? I want to be called smart because I am smart. Not because I have some God-given wiz genes that have prophesied my successes from my first primordial cell. Or what if I was terrible at math? I don’t want to be labeled as a “bad” or “fake” Asian. I don’t want to be categorized as one of those “innocent, submissive Asian girls that would make a proper wife one day.” I just want to exist in my own space as my own person. Whoever I ended up becoming.
(Does anyone have negative experiences from adoption? I would love to know because the rare fellow adoptees I have met have very different (positive) experiences than myself.)
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2023.06.06 03:56 newpua_bie East Coast to (maybe) East Coast

Myself, my wife (in our mid-late 30s) plus a partially completed small human are considering relocating. We're currently near a very well-known college town in New Jersey and are looking for a change of scenery. My job is fully remote and wife's job (once she goes back to work) is highly mobile insofar that she will be able to find good employment in any moderate-to-large city. I apologize for being vague, but for Reasons(TM) we'd be easy to doxx if I went into too many details.
I made posts in different subs a while ago about Maryland and Northern Virginia, which seem to meet many of our wants. In particular, we're looking for family-friendly areas with educated population, good schools, good Asian food and hopefully a decently large Asian (ideally but not necessarily Chinese) minority. Neither of us is from the US so we don't have a ton of knowledge of all possible nice places.
Other areas we considered are Boston and the Research Triangle in NC, but we've never actually visited either (unlike the DC area) so it's hard to have strong opinions. We specifically don't want anywhere too warm or too humid. Everything else equal mild winters are better than super harsh winters, but it's a small factor. Ideally a more progressive than conservative environment would be good.
I have heard mixed opinions about Denver, and Chicago is one of those places where you hear about it but you don't know anyone who actually lives there. We're not particularly interested in California, but are open to being taught otherwise.
The last factor to consider is that given our current income, states that have lower state income taxes would be good. The way math works out for us at this time is that property taxes, sales taxes, etc, are essentially irrelevant compared to income taxes. None of the zero-tax states seem particularly appealing (maybe Washington?), but even a few percentage points of a difference would have an impact.
All possible recommendations or "under no circumstances move there" type of suggestions are welcome!
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2023.06.06 03:49 hello-cactus After 1-2 hours testing rule

Recently diagnosed In March and trying to test my BG as often through finger pricking when I’m trying new foods especially cheat meals or if I feel off. It seems my fasting #’s are at 90-100 and after meals it can be 95’s-110’s.
For example, I’ve had a 1.5 slice of pizza went on a walk, was out for 3 hrs to run errands and didn’t check until I came back home to see my BG around 100. Yesterday, had chicken cacciatore with lupin flour pasta, a cup of watermelon after dinner yesterday and tested 2 hrs after with BG is 94. Month ago, I got Chinese food and had this sweet sticky breaded chicken with sweet potatoes and a meat veggie dish. I was afraid it would spike me but it was only somewhere in 100’s when I went to check later that night.
My question is do I exactly have to time it (1-2 hrs after eating) testing myself to know when I spike? I’m scared that I have already spiked when I’m out. How long does it take if to go down if you do spike? I just haven’t hit a high number yet when checking, It feels like I’m doing something wrong. I’ve paired a fat/fiber to balance anything that has carbs and go on walks. 2nd highest I’ve had was 118 getting Korean bbq, tofu soup, had 4-5 rice cakes, and 3 tablespoons of purple rice. The highest I’ve had was being hospitalized in March eating stacks of pancakes with bananas at BG of 150.
Sorry if this sounds silly, I’m just worried.
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2023.06.06 03:15 Ok_Interview_779 Advice please ASAP!!!

Advice please ASAP!!!
I’ve had my little friend Austin for a year a three months. I am currently moving beginning of July and the house I am staying at will NOT allow him under any circumstances. My cousin offered to take Austin but she has 2 little kids and does not know much about hamster care. What do I do with my little friend?? I don’t want to take him to an animal shelter since I do not trust they will provide him with the care he deserves unless anyone has suggestions of GOOD places. Is there anyone who lives in the Massachusetts area near Newton that would take care of him? I am very sad, upset, and worried about Austin. He’s a great friend and for the whole year and three months I’ve had him, he has NEVER tried escaping. He is a shy hamster but can easily be handled, just give him time to come out and he will love you. He is starting to get older and lose his fur but that doesn’t stop him from looking cute and staying active. Cage and everything would be included, along with his toys, food, wheel, etc… I really wish I could take him where I am moving but my fiancée’s father does NOT want him in the house at all. Please help!!! Added some pics of him and his cage to check him out!!
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2023.06.06 03:12 ResiysheikhB90 Need a Crash Course on Starting a food truck in NJ

I am very interested in starting a food truck (maybe Portuguese food) in NJ and needed a crash course on some of the logistics If anybody has any insight or can point me to resources related to the cost of spots, permits/licensing, certifications I would greatly appreciate it. Also, are there any resources to help me buy a turnkey food truck with the spot and permit ready to go so I can get an idea of the cash flow and gross revenue before I start that would be great
As the saying goes: no one gives better better advice than strangers on the internet looking forward to hearing from everyone.
Thanks in Advance
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2023.06.06 03:12 Ok_Interview_779 Please help!! ASAP

Please help!! ASAP
I’ve had my little friend Austin for a year a three months. I am currently moving beginning of July and the house I am staying at will NOT allow him under any circumstances. My cousin offered to take Austin but she has 2 little kids and does not know much about hamster care. What do I do with my little friend?? I don’t want to take him to an animal shelter since I do not trust they will provide him with the care he deserves unless anyone has suggestions of GOOD places. Is there anyone who lives in the Massachusetts area near Newton that would take GREAT care of him? I am very sad, upset, and worried about Austin. He’s a great friend and for the whole year and three months I’ve had him, he has NEVER tried escaping. He is a shy hamster but can easily be handled, just give him time to come out and he will love you. He is starting to get older and lose his fur but that doesn’t stop him from looking cute and staying active. Cage and everything would be included, along with his toys, food, wheel, etc… I really wish I could take him where I am moving but my fiancée’s father does NOT want him in the house at all. Please help!!! Added some pics of him and his cage to check him out!!
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2023.06.06 03:09 Hildebrand_66 Best pizza, best Chinese? Other food spots that are a must? What are the absolute musts??

Looking for THE best pizza. Had secret pizza last time. Ate at an Italian place at Caesar’s palace then had brunch at the Paris.
Where should I absolutely go to next?
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2023.06.06 02:26 bie716 Singapore experts of r/bangtan! What advice and recommendations do you have for ARMY visiting Singapore for the SUGA Agust D Concert? (16 - 18 June 2023)

In just under two weeks, ARMYs will descend upon Singapore to see SUGA! Help an ARMY out and let them know about safety, how to get around, where to eat, tourist attractions, BTS-related things to do, or anything else that you think someone should know when they visit! (Special thanks to the mods for your input and feedback for this guide!)

BTS' Past Visits

Red Bullet Tour (2014 BTS Live Trilogy Episode II) at the The Star Performing Arts Centre (13 Dec 2014)
Music Bank performance (4 Aug 2017) at the Suntec Convention Centre
Love Yourself World Tour (19 Jan 2019) at the National Stadium
This made history as the first time a K-pop group held a concert at the venue (largest concert venue in the country) and tickets sold out in about 3.5 hours! (45,000 audience)

Concert Venue

Do note that it’s currently the June school holidays too (26 May-26 Jun), so the Sports Hub and surrounding areas may be crowded with many other visitors besides the concert-goers. Please be mindful!


Non-exhaustive list (all prices are in SGD)
(Note: You may want to check out Klook for discount tickets/passes)


Singapore is a food paradise with various cuisines from the local ethnic groups, as well as international ones. For Muslims, there are a lot of Muslim-owned or Halal-certified options around (look for this certificate, or the label “Muslim-owned”), including most of the fast food chains like McDonald’s/KFC/Burger King/Subway.
Carrying some cash with you (~$10 per pax) is a good idea, especially if you’re venturing out to hawker centres; while many places now have an electronic payment system in place, cash is still king in terms of versatility, and anecdotally most stores prefer cash or will charge a credit-card payment surcharge.

Where to eat?

What to eat?

Breakfast (These are generally very affordable options that should cost you below $10 per person, particularly if you go to food courts/hawker centres)
Lunch & dinner

Getting Around

Singapore has a great public transport system. It’s really easy & cheap to get around on the MRT (mass rapid transit trains) and buses. Use Google Maps or the City Mapper app to navigate yourself and get route recommendations (the latter also has transport arrival timings and fare estimates. It also works in many cities globally, so is very useful for tourists). Various transport passes are available for tourists, but you can also use your contactless credit cards (Visa and Mastercard) to pay for the fares (no registration required).
In general, using the Circle Line (yellow) or Downtown Line (blue) should get you to most tourist attractions. Orchard Road (main shopping belt) can be accessed via the North South Line (red), between Orchard and Somerset MRT stations. Map for reference, with links to versions in Chinese/Malay/Tamil available for download.
Taxis and ride-hailing cars: We have Grab and Gojek in place of Uber.
General navigation
All signs are in English, and the locals - esp the younger generation - are able to speak English fluently. If you’re really lost, feel free to approach others to ask for help! People are generally friendly and helpful despite initial appearances :)
As a side note: in general, if Google Maps is asking you to circle around a building to get somewhere - don’t. You can cut through most places on the ground floor quite easily, even the residential buildings (unless they’re private properties like condominiums/landed housing). MRT stations are connected to a good number of places via sheltered corridors if they’re nearby enough. Enjoy the aircon & shade instead of walking outside in the heat if you can.


Weathewhat to wear

The weather is especially hot these days (max temp of up to 35 degrees celsius, or 95 Fahrenheit), with possible spurts of heavy rain at certain times of day, so dress light and carry an umbrella (most places do have sheltered walkways between buildings and bus-stops/MRT stations though, so don’t worry too much about getting around in the rain). Mall air-conditioning can be cold, so hv another layer (e.g. cardigan/wrap/scarf) on hand. Remember to hydrate frequently & avoid staying outdoors for too long!


We’ve tried to achieve a balance between being succinct and informative, but certainly the above info is not exhaustive. So do feel free to ask in the comments below if the info you need is not here! Fellow SG ARMY, or those familiar with Singapore, feel free to chime in!
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2023.06.06 02:09 gijndugf68 Should I send an apology text for leading her on?

I had an old HS friend FaceTime me every now and then. She was in town so we hung. We were at the store together, had Chinese food, and then drank some wine. We ended up hooking up(no sex), then she went home. We planned to go for dinner, but I realized after a day it was all a mistake. I didn’t know how to tell her, but like an hour ago(30 minutes ahead of schedule) I cancelled and said I wasn’t going to go down this road. She blocked me and kicked me off her Netflix subscription. I was honest and don’t wanna waste time, should I say sorry?
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2023.06.06 02:08 gijndugf68 Should I send an apology text for leading her on?

I had an old HS friend FaceTime me every now and then. She was in town so we hung. We were at the store together, had Chinese food, and then drank some wine. We ended up hooking up(no sex), then she went home. We planned to go for dinner, but I realized after a day it was all a mistake. I didn’t know how to tell her, but like an hour ago(30 minutes ahead of schedule) I cancelled and said I wasn’t going to go down this road. She blocked me and kicked me off her Netflix subscription. I was honest and don’t wanna waste time, should I say sorry?
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2023.06.06 01:55 AdamLuyan Buddha's Will (1-3) 佛遗教经

Buddha's Will (1-3) 佛遗教经
Buddha's Will, translation to Chinese by Kumarajiva Tripitaka (344–413 CE).
Annotation, Tripitaka is Pali, Sanskrit The Vedas, means all Buddhist teachings. Here, calling Kumarajiva as Tripitaka, mean he is a recognized Veda, is an accepted Buddha publicly, such as Tang Tripitaka (Xuanzang, 602 – 664 CE), means Tang Buddha (or Tang Veda). Presently in China, tittle Veda or Tripitaka has been reserved for those ancient sages, not allow people after 1949 to entitle the honor anymore.


Shakyamuni Buddha, on his first-time turning juristic wheel (Annotation 1), ferried Añña Kondañña, etc. five, on his last sermon, ferried Subhadda, etc. All should be ferried had been ferried. Between two Sal trees (Annotation 2), Social Honor would enter Nirvana. At the middle nighttime, all were silent, without any sound, Buddha briefly talked juristic essentials.

Buddha's Will (1-3) illustration 1 佛遗教经
Annotation 1, Juristic Wheel, is Ark’s steering wheel, as shown in Illustrations 1-3.
注2,据说梭罗(意大利语萨鲁-法索罗的缩写)是一种棕榈树 (如插图1-2墨西哥约柜上的图案)。如果它的头被砍断了,不能从树干或根部生长出新枝,就死了。佛教用娑罗树来象征具足戒(即人神契约,即戒渡,即约柜,如图1-5和1-2)中的根本十戒,若有违犯,如同断头,就超出了六渡(即六艘方舟)的拯救范围。戒渡包括男戒(即三千威仪八万四千细行,参见16.2节),女戒(即五百威仪十万八千魅力),和神佛戒(即十八神佛不共法,参见15.1节)。男戒和女戒是共同法,可与所有的菩萨(即真人)共享。十八神佛不共法只与神佛共享,即只在八地及以上(参见第16章道谛)的大菩萨中共享。释迦牟尼是从许多金童(即亚当)故事抽象出来的宗教寓言人物,坐在了中间,表示此刻他代表上帝或玉皇大帝。
Annotation 2, it is said that Sal (abbreviation of Italian Sal Fasullo) is a kind of palm tree (as shown in Illustration 1-2 Mexican Human-God Contract). If its head is cut off, cannot grow new branches from the trunk or roots and dies. Buddhism uses the tree to symbolize the fundamental ten precepts in Covenant Ark (as shown in Fig. 1-2 and 1-5), and if violated, it is like head off, which is beyond the scope of salvation of the six arks. Covenant Ark includes Man’s Precepts namely 3,000 Majesties 84,000 Enchantments, Woman’s Precepts namely 500 Majesties 108,000 Charms, and Eighteen God Buddha Uncommon Laws. Man’s Precepts and Woman’s Precepts are Common Laws, are common-able among all Bodhisattvas (i.e., real humans). Eighteen God Buddha Uncommon Laws are Common Laws among Gods, Goddesses, and Buddhas, are only common-able among Mahasattvas, which means Bodhisattvas of eighth land and above (refers to chapter 16 Path Crux). Shakyamuni, a religious allegorical figure abstracted from many Golden Boy (i.e. Adam) stories, sits in the middle, indicating that at this moment he represents God.


You kinds of monks and nuns! After my extinction, should respect and cherish Sal Fasullo, like gloominess meets light, like people in poverty gain treasure. One should know that those are grand masters for you kinds of, as if I was in the society, there were no differences. Holders of immaculate precepts should not sale or trade; should not own or invest on lands and dwellings; should not farm citizens, slaves, servants, and livestock; all farming and treasures, all should be left far away, like avoiding the fire pit. Do not cut down the vegetations, develop land to dig. Alchemy, divination viciousness and fortune, Astrology or admiring celestials, dance rituals to inflate wanes, fortune telling, or fate prediction by calculations on their experiences, all of those, you should not. One should be frugally on clothes, food, and time, calmingly live by oneself. Should not, participate in social affairs, ally leagues, use curses and celestial medications, hobnob with nobles, be intimate with flirtatious or arrogant people, all of those, one should not do. One should rectitude own heart, with correct spells to pursue ferry; should not conceal blemishes; should not show bizarreness to confuse crowds. For food, clothing, housing, and transportation, the four Common Affairs donated from worshippers, your kinds should know quantity and contentment, interestingly accept Common Affairs, should not put in storage or deposit for interest.


These are briefly talking of phenomena of hold precepts, precepts are roots of correct-sequential liberations, hence name of Sal Fasullo. Because of depending on, one gains precepts, gains meditational stillness, up to intelligence and gnosis to extinguish bitterness, therefore, monks and nuns should hold immaculate precepts, do not have them ruined or waned. One can hold immaculate precepts, one can have benevolent laws. If without immaculate precepts, those benevolent achievements, and virtues can not be born, therefore one should know, precepts are No. 1 seclusive functional virtuous dwelling place.
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2023.06.06 01:54 kneaddough Anyone wanna take a guess? How many miles and how much does it pay?

Anyone wanna take a guess? How many miles and how much does it pay?
I see these from time to time and never take them, but decided to take a little gamble today since I was having a good day anyways. I have a feeling I’m going to regret it. Lol.
I called support and they said it’s a bug. The only information I can give you is that it was from a fancy Chinese restaurant, and there were three huge bags of food.
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2023.06.06 01:31 CatNoirConfesses A Cat in Time

Civilian info
Name: Donatien (formerly Adrien)
Surname: Agreste
Nicknames: Don
Age: permanently 14
Gender: Male
Date of birth: 10/13/2000
Appearance: Don's appearance was altered by his Akuma, so his hair has turned more white-blonde and his eyes change to blue.
Outfit: Don wears a simple gray shirt with a darker gray strip across it horizontally with a black hoodie over it. He has loose jeans with light gray sneakers. He also wears a brown bandana around his neck and brown studded wrist guards that have x-shaped straps wrapping around his two middle fingers.
Sexuality: Straight
Personality: Don is less flirty and more adventurous than his original counterpart. He takes advantage of his freedom and loves exploring the worlds he and Alix encounter throughout their adventures. Despite his feelings for Marinette,(whom he discovers is Ladybug) he finds himself drawn to Alix's charm and spunk. This makes Don conflicted as he doesn't want to give up his original love but still can't help but adore his new partner.
Alliance: Good
Hero info
Name: Cat Blanc
Miraculous: Black Cat (technically White since it's still affected by the Akuma)
Costume: Cat Blanc wears a detailed white catsuit, including a belt tail and white pointed ears. His hair becomes wild and untamed, and his eyes becomes completely blue with white irises and slitted pupils. His bandana and wrist guards remain after transformation.
Weapon: Extendable staff
Miraculous power: Mega Cataclysm - can summon a mass of energy that can destroy anything. He can use this power as many times as he wants without detransforming.
Extra abilities: Cat Blanc can also control the amount of Cataclysm in his blasts, and he can form the energy into solid weapons that he typically uses to fight. He can also extend his claws for extra grip on things.
Transformation phrase: Plagg, claws out!
Detransformation phrase: Plagg, claws in!
Kwami info
Kwami name: Plagg
Age: As old as the universe itself.
Gender: Male
Favorite food: Camembert
Likes: Teasing Adrien, eating Camembert.
Dislikes: Being left out of conversations, not having Camembert.
Family: Chinese Zodiac Kwamis. (technically not a part of them since he's an alternate version)
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2023.06.06 00:56 Loose_Track2315 Time to share one of my fave Twitter posts

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2023.06.06 00:20 GreyWalken Babies arn't real! (a joke, but who knows?)

Babies arn't real! (a joke, but who knows?)

![img](5dzv1e4lw94b1 " Yeah how is this baby eating an apple without teeth? Nice try, government!")
As with most things on the internet, this is a work of fiction, a joke. Be sceptical when reading. (Or is that exactly what they want you to think!? Hmmmm?)
Why don't we remember our time as babies?
Why do babies on old paintings look like adults?
Why is fast-food getting promoted and everyone getting fat?
Why do doctors always take the baby away for a moment before giving them to the mom!?
Why is it normalized moms and babies sleep in different bedrooms???
First of all, let's start with the beginning. If we look at old paintings we see human babies look radically different to the animatronics we have today. Yes, I called modern human babies animatronics because that's what they are!

![img](o4nl6221x94b1 "Here we see the larval stage of a human infant. Why don't we see this in 'Real Life????' note how I had to censor this image because of the ELITES!!!!!")

Alright, let us look how "babies are born" in our "modern society" if we can call it that. (hint: its more like a zoo!) So imagine you are a woman. (yes, even if you are a male incel I want you, just for a moment, imagine you are a women, I know its hard, but you can do it, I believe in you!)
Alright so you are a woman. You are around 23 years old. You are brainwashed 24/7 by commercials to eat constantly, often unhealthy food that makes you fat! (men have the same problem, except they don't give birth). Anyway, you eat a whole bunch of burgers and taco's all the time. It's so unhealthy your period simply stops. You are also constipated and very fat. So, you go to the doctor and they brainwash you: "You are pregnant!" The doctor will just make something up like "Oh, your so many months pregnant" but in fact you are just constipated.
So a few more months without periods and doing the number two go by. Everyone congratulates you and in some weird cultural ritual (and perhaps fetish) they all need to rub the pregnant belly!
I still have not figured out why that is, perhaps it reduces constipation cramps or something. Anyway, one day you become incontinent and pee. You shout like a banshee 'My water broke!' then the husband's racing genomes become activated as he races to the hospital (running over some poor people along the way, just as the elites planned).
So the doctors put on protective masks and gloves (Why do they do that? Since when are pure new born babies "dirty"?) Then you get distracted by some stupid breathing exercise the nurses are telling you to do.
Keep in mind doctors are ELITES!!!! They have enough money to pay for their "studies". Also do not forget how ELITES revel in dirt. They turned being a "hoarder and going goblin mode" into something mainstream. ELITES hold orgies, appear half naked on TV and drink the blood of toddlers! The elites made 'twerking' mainstream, showing their obsession with butts and shit. So in other words ELITES secretly love dirty things like poop.
So, what happens when a women ate nothing but Mc Donalds and was constipated for months??? THINK!!!! Or, erm, no lets not think about that. Sorry. Let's just say the doctors disctract the mother with breathing exercises as she does a number two. All the doctors pretend you are giving birth, but its all a lie (as most things in our society are, or should I say: Zoosiecty!?)
The doctors pretend to take the baby away "Oh, we need to check if its male, female or intersex!"
"Oh, we need to weigh the baby and cut the umbilical cord" "blah blah blah" lies Lies LIES!!!!!!!
In reality they throw away the number two, (or keep it for their vile desires *ahem*) Then they take one of the baby-animatronics and give it to you. "Ooh here is your baby! It's a healthy baby boy! What will you name it? blah blah" lies lies snoooore
So what are these baby-animatronics? They are machines build by the elite to drain milk from women. The animatronics "drink" milk, that milk gets stored into their mechanical 'bellies' aka 'milk containers'. The containers are later sent to the elite. Mommy milkies makes the elite stay eternally young (also drinking blood makes them stay young too)

![img](rx5khbe9x94b1 "Underneath the 'skin' you can see the baby is just a milk container, a machine")
"But Anon, how does the delicious milk from those hot big milfy milkers go to the elite? Mothers never leave their tiny counterparts alone?" I hear you ask. Parents never leave their babies alone???? Ha! Why do you think, parents and babies sleep in different rooms????!!!! Why is this normalized! And why do some mothers (and others (hey a rhyme!) ) claim to see shadow people huh???? Parents are brainwashed by TV to sleep in different rooms!!
Shadow people are just agents, humans using oscillation overthrusters to pass through dense matter. They do this by transferring themselves to the other three spacial dimensions of our universe, the three dimensions that are left mostly empty because god decided to sleep on the seventh day (but whatever, that's not the point)
This way shadow people enter the room of dababy
No, not this baby!!!!! (altho he kinde cute tho, hhmm bbc, sorry! alright lets continue *ahem*)
I mean This Baby!
Here you see the shadow agent entering "the baby's" room. The shadow agent will replace the milk container of the baby. The baby will now have an empty milk container, and the agent will bring his full container to king charles, bezos, ronald mcdonald or some other elite.
Now I here you say: But Anon, if babies are not real, where do TODDLERS come from? In fact, if there are no BABIES where do we come from?????? I hear you scream "PLOT HOOOOOOOOOLE"
I could tell you all about female holes with much gusto, oh yes! *ahem sorry* but this is not what this text is about.
So let me tell you about homestu.... sorry nobody wants to hear some ancient obscure internet meme
Its not the birds and the bees!!!!!!!!
In the past, just like animals, humans made love and got children this way. However this never happens nowadays, not only because the elite brainwashes us to make us asocial basement dwellers and to be afraid of social contact. (Almost all heteros are male incels or femcels). The water is full of female hormones to make men and women infertile. Its like taking anti-conception pills in the eighties. They are full of female hormones, this way women can't get preggers. Because of the female hormones men become infertile and also trans and gay (hmm sexy)
In the past there were REAL BABIES that looked like small adults. When a baby was around one year old it would enter its larval stage, forming a cocoon around its body. The larval child can still wriggle, drink milk and cry. When the baby leaves its cocoon, it has no longer a larval form and is able to walk. You know human babies are actually born to early compared to other mammals, because the babies need to be small enough to pass through the female hooha.
I assume the cocoon is necessary to make the bones more dense, when this process is done the baby can walk and practice break dance for its future mating rituals, for when its and adult of course.
"Okay okay, fine and dandy, that's how it went in the past, but where do TODDLERS and ADULTS come from if there are no BABIES!!?7"
Hold your horses (or ponys) buddy! I'm about to tell you. I swear IT GETS WORSE!!!!!!
As most people know (at least those that are in THE KNOW) the ELITES cannot do anything without informing us; the sheep; the public about it. As is stated by the INTERGALACTIC RIGHTS TREATY: The subordinate class/species must be made aware of all actions the ruling class/species takes involving said subordinate class/species. (see intergalactic rights treaty page: 875354854 subsection 5417; written 45,235BC Azergut Azmalick; Planet Omnaglobe) Yeah the elites work together with Aliens "oh big shock wawza" get over it!
David Bowie (left) in his true alien form chilling with some elite stoner rich human kid (right)
So, the elites always tell exactly what they are doing to us, except they do it indirectly. This way they circumvent breaking the rules. its called PREDECTIVE PROGRAMMING!!!!8!!!! So ever read Brave New World or seen all its movies? Ever seen science fiction? Ever seen the matrix movies? What do they all have in common and what do we see again and again and again in science fiction? HUMAN CLONING!!!!!!!!!
"WHAT THE EARTH IS HOLLOW AND NOT FLAT????" Yes get over it newfag! Flat earth was the biggest psyop of the decennia along with babies. So yeah, it happened around 1850. The ELITE was sitting on top of all their Vatican and Templar gold, smoking big cigars. They had just finished one of their first and most successful psyops. Convincing people the earth is not hollow! Researchers discovered around 1845 the Earth was hollow and inside was a mysterious world named 'Agharta'. The Elites quickly silenced the project and convinced the public it was a hoax.
I mean, yeah, the Aghartans were advanced and had telepathy but the most wealthiest Agarthans became part of the Non-Aghartan Elite. The Aghartans had landing spaces for aliens but could not go to space themselves.
So, the Elites learned about Aghartan technology and combined with Western tech they started using it against the Aghartan people. Aghartans were sold as slaves often under the guise as "Aboriginal, Chinese or Polynesians". The Elites took over Agharta and used it build their industries. It was around 1950 the Elite began using the internal sun of the Earth as their own reactor. A dome was build around the internal sun, and its power was used for energy. Agharta was cast into darkness, a perpetual night. The nightclubs of Agharta did very well back then.
Remember in the 90's when a sheep was cloned? Well, it depends, maybe you're to young to remember or to old and riddled with dementia. But I do! I was still a sheep myself back then. I was eating a ham sandwich and my mommy said "They cloned a sheep" and I shouted "What now!?" and dropped the ham sandwich. What a day!
Of course, it was all a dog and pony show, a psyop! The ELITE had already mastered animal cloning in the 50's and was able to clone humans in the 60's. It was then they filled Agharta with cloning pods! Since 1969 every baby you see is a fake one! That is why we can't remember our time as babies. Also the television and the meds in our food made us forget certain things, like me losing my virginity, sigh....
So yeah, humans are cloned, they come out of the pods as toddlers. They are immediately drugged, then the shadow men take the toddlers, and go to the house of parents, the enter the baby-rooms and replace the baby-machines with real human cloned toddlers.
The toddlers wake up, ready to form memories. The parents are happy because baby got a 'growth spurt' and is now a toddler. Note: The cloning process also skips the larval stage of the children.
So long and thanks for all the fish!
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2023.06.05 23:40 RazaVirk Why Was My First Travel and Food Vlog in Sheikhupura So Memorable?

The History of Virk Caste & City Sheikhupura. In this video you will learn about History of Virk caste and city Sheikhupura. Virk caste is an old caste which originated from the time of the Vedic period. The people of this caste are known for their hardworking nature and they are also known for their loyalty and devotion to their families. Virk caste is known for its agricultural background and its members are mainly engaged in farming and related activities. The members of this caste are known to be very hardworking and it is said that they never give up on their dreams and ambitions. Virk caste is a sub-caste of the Jat community and is mainly found in the districts of Hoshiarpur, Gurdaspur, Punjab, and some parts of Himachal Pradesh. The main language of Virk caste is Punjabi and the people of this caste speak the language fluently. Sheikhupura is a city in the province of Punjab in Pakistan. It is the capital of the Sheikhupura district and is a major industrial and agricultural center of Pakistan. The city has a rich history and culture and it is known for its monuments, heritage sites, and forts. Sheikhupura is also known for its art, music, and literature. Virk caste is known for its traditional values and its hardworking nature. Its members are devoted to their families and they are very proud of their heritage and culture. The people of this caste are very friendly and welcoming to outsiders. Sheikhupura is a rapidly developing city with a population of around one million people. It is an important city in the country and is very well connected with the other parts of the country. It is a major transport hub and is connected to the other parts of the country via road, rail, and air. It is also known for its numerous educational institutions, including universities and schools. Virk caste is mainly engaged in farming and related activities and its members are devoted to their families. Sheikhupura is a city in the province of Punjab in Pakistan and is a major industrial and agricultural center. It is a rapidly developing city and is well connected with the other parts of the country. It is also known for its art, music, and literature and its numerous educational institutions. Virk caste is a traditional caste of people in the state of Punjab, India and Sheikhupura is a city in the province of Punjab in Pakistan. People from both these places should be aware of their traditional values and heritage and should make use of the opportunities that are available in these places. Explore the traditional values and hardworking nature of Virk caste and the rich history of Sheikhupura and make use of the opportunities available in these places. Hi, Youtube friends welcome to my Youtube channel in this video I will show you the Shocking History of Virk Jatt Caste & City Sheikhupura through this video I will move you from your YouTube screen to land of Virkistan. Wonder what Virkistan means and where its located let me end your curiosity and introduce my beloved and very owned City Sheikhupura and I name it Virkistan. It’s my 2nd complete video on Dil Dil Virkistan YouTube channel and I assure you that you will like and enjoy it. So Why you are still reading this description get hurry go to my videos like my YouTube videos share with your friends and subscribe to my YouTube channel. Don't forget to press the 🔔 icon as well 😀. Subscribe here to see more of my videos in your feed! 📷 / @virkistan 📸Follow Dil Dil Virkistan on Instagram: 📕Follow Dil Dil Virkistan on Facebook: 🎵 Follow Dil Dil Virkistan on TikTok: ABOUT MY CHANNEL: This channel will move you from your youtube screen to the land of Virkistan. Wonder what Virkistan means and where it's located let me end your curiosity and introduce my beloved and very owned City Sheikhupura and I name it Virkistan. Sheikhupura City is situated in the Punjab Province of Pakistan and is well-known for its production of the best export quality rice in the South Asian region. The old name of Sheikhupura City was Virk Garh and it was an empire of Virk ancestors. You will see many historical places in my City and I will show you all of them. Besides this, you will see famous food spots and traditional meals on this Youtube channel. So Why you are still reading this description get hurry go to my videos like my YouTube videos and subscribe my channel. Dont forget to press the 🔔 icon as well 😀. Subscribe here to see more of my videos in your feed! 📷 / @virkistan
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2023.06.05 23:15 bras-and-flaws Non-Panda Chinese Food?

Are there any Chinese take-out places besides Panda Express? I've horribly never branched beyond their boundaries and know that it should hardly be considered Chinese, but rather Americanized or white washed Chinese food. I enjoy eating other Asian regions foods though, and would like to branch out to embrace the authentic dishes and support small businesses.
When I did a Google and Yelp search, I only saw recommendations for Thai, Japanese, Korean or other Asian regions foods. Am I looking incorrectly, are there no Chinese spots, or do I just need to order the right dishes off these restaurant menus?
EDIT: Okay I was not clear enough, I'm looking for recommendations in or around the city. I live downtown but am willing to travel for good food. I know there is plenty of Asian food in the area - I'm a big fan of many Japanese and Thai places and can easily find Korean, Vietnamese, and other foods too - but Chinese always comes up short.
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2023.06.05 23:14 Ennik_wy 16 f awkward looking for some friends b/c I barely have any

I am a chinese introvert with no social skills who is into kpop, studying and food. I have a passion for equality and diversity and I love learning about other cultures. I have no friends in real life so I'm looking for some online buddies!
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2023.06.05 22:27 jacexperiences 25F travelling to Seoul and Jeju in 3 weeks

25F, Chinese Female, don't speak Korean but I do speak Fluent English.
Will be in Seoul for a week starting from 24th June! Thereafter heading to Jeju. Have yet to book my lodging so will appreciate recommendations, open to anyone hosting homestays to immerse in authentic local culture too :) Preferably near Incheon Airport but if not its fine.
Any local Koreans who speak English and are free to hang out, explore or recommend attractions / cities / neighbourhoods / popular spots with? Foreign students welcomed to travel together too. I have no food restrictions nor allergies.
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2023.06.05 22:06 QuiGonJosh 36 [M4R] TN/USA

I've moved back to TN from NJ last year, and have been trying to get out more and meet new people again. Work doesn't make that easy, especially with long overnight shifts, but it never hurts to try anyway. I'm into live music, biking/hiking/sports, exploring the city, and going out for drinks/food.
I have cats and plants, love black coffee and whisky, and binging streaming shows during bad weather. Music is my #1 though, and I'm always listening to something wherever I am. Trading playlists and finding new bands are a great way to get to know someone new. I’m looking for someone to talk to about my day and vice versa. New friends, casual chats, or any kind of consistent conversation helps pass the time and makes the days much better.
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2023.06.05 21:29 ZhaoJianMu Akiyo


Genres: thriller, scifi, fantasy, historical, military, mythology, gods

Chapter one starts off with Marienburg Poland, 1945 which is more the end than the beginning. This part continues off from Apocalypse. Amaturasu from 700,000 BP in Japan area on another Earth, not the Earth from the Apocalypse. Alexei of the Tsar of Russia, Akiyo's ancestor. Premise and bloodlines of Akiyo are mentioned. The year is 1918 or later. A formula is used to cure Alexei's hemophilia. Alexei, known as Alyoshi in this part of the story, has to go to Kiev to avoid the 5th Army in January 1919. Chapter two is the pogroms in Russia and other places including Poland, but not limited to just Poland. Alyoshi and a girl have to survive together during all this as well as the famine that came in 1920 eventually ending up in Kazakh, I don't mention the Spanish Flu of 1918 as I was not aware of it until 2020.

Rasputin dies, finally. Alyoshi meets the Korienko mafia family. Chapter three Alyoshi learns the history, Jewish laws etc of the Korienko family. After a while the Korienko family hides in Japan. Chapter four fallout bunkers around the world are built and the Korienko family builds one in Japan and so it is shared between the royals of japan and the Korienko family as well as other Japanese citizens. Over sixty seven million of the Japan citizens get into the bunker with the Korienko family included in that number. Nuclear winter begins on Earth. Blue and Green aliens blow up the planet, honest. Later Akiyo is born in the bunker in 2050. The cave of Amaturasu is found and the door opens. Cave trials and tattoos or death happens for those that enter. Food in the bunkers around the world becomes scarce. Preparations are made to leave the bunkers. Chapter five Akiyo is exiled from the others and must travel the outside of the bunker.

The time in the bunker was at a normal rate but the Earth went through more than 40,000 years of changes. Chapter six Akiyo is hunted, captured and sold to the fighting pits as a gladiator. A massive gladiator fight happens. Chapter seven she is sold to a warlord and during the war her family searches for her. Floods come and the world is just somewhere else in the universe. Chapter eight the ancients are revealed. University begins for Akiyo. A video fopah, Voidtech is explained, master's access and the nightclub on the university campus. Chapter nine Akiyo attends Tackle tryouts. Tackle is like American Football but with emphasis on bone crunching tackles. Chapter ten challenger bare knuckle cage match. Rules of Tackle explained. Several Tackle games happen. Chapter eleven Akiyo is shot by a fan of Tackle. Chapter twelve graduation from university. Flight to Japan, new job at a night club, Silent Moon. She get's phds in Physics, Anthropology, and Archaeology and then works at a physics lab. Chapter thirteen she ends up somewhere with lot's of trees and while crunching on an ant.

Lab accident causes the universe to implode and she is sent through a worm hole into our earth. First chronology of time. 300,000,000 years before present (present is 2010 as that is when I made the timeline of all things that are created and happen). Second chronology of time. Chapter fourteen 252,400,000 years before present. 246,000,000 years before present. 240,000,000 years before present. 235,000,000 years before present. 230,000,000 years before present. Chapter fifteen 220,000,000 years before present. 215,000,000 years before present. 200,000,000 years before present. 195,000,000 years before present. 150,000,000 years before present. Chapter sixteen 145,000,000 years before present. 105,000,000 years before present, vista of the gods. 100,000,000 years before present. 97,000,000 years before present. 83,000,000 years before present. 75,000,000 years before present. Chapter seventeen 68,000,000 years before present. 65,000,050 years before present. 40,000,000 years before present. 10,000,000 years before present. 3,000,000 years before present. Chapter eighteen 1,000,000 years before present the dragon wars or that is what humans called it. Third chronology of time. 600,000 BC Cro-Magnon. 400,000 BC Neanderthal.

The power of steel. 300,000 BC Denisovan. 193,000 BC Erectus. Chapter nineteen 128,000 BC Sapien. Crimson Order. 98,000 BC. 38,000 BC. Chapter twenty 24,000 BC First druidess. 12,146 BC. 12,040 BC. 12,016 BC. Chapter twenty one Noah's Flood. 10,488 BC. 10,150 BC. 10,098 BC. Chapter twenty two 5,490 BC Talheim Death Pit. 4,000 BC. Chapter twenty three 3,000 BC. Chapter twenty four 2,530 BC Maigh Ithe. 2,500 BC Umma and Lagash. 2,000 BC Anglesea Isle. The wickerman. Chapter twenty five 1,500 BC Battle of the ten kings. 1,430 BC to 1,350 BC Hatti. 1,269 BC Dapur. Chapter twenty six 1,200 BC Trojan War. 1,184 BC Battle of Troy. Chapter twenty seven 1,100 BC Dorian Invasion. 925 BC Sack of Jerusalem. 597 BC Siege of Jerusalem. 595 BC First Sacred War. 490 BC Battle of Thermopylae. Chapter twenty eight Sparta. 480 BC. 478 BC. 460 BC. Chapter twenty nine 449 BC. 431 BC. 427 BC. 410 BC. 395 BC. Chapter thirty 358 BC Rise of Macedon. 357 BC. 356 BC. 343 BC. 339 BC. 334 BC Alexander the Great. Chapter thirty one 327 BC. 323 BC. 319 BC. 315 BC. 298 BC.

Chapter thirty two 293 BC Battle of Aquilonia. 274 BC. 264 BC. 260 BC. 246 BC. Chapter thirty three 219 BC. 218 BC. 183 BC Gladiatrix. 180 BC. 160 BC. Chapter thirty four 149 BC Third Punic War. 74 BC Spartacus. 73 BC. 58 BC Gallic War. 55 BC Invasion of Britain. Chapter thirty five 53 BC Parthian War. 49 BC Civil War. 47 BC. 44 BC Caesar assassination. Chapter thirty six 30 BC. 0 AD. 33 AD. 43 AD Rome Occupies Britain. 50 AD Caer Caradock. Chapter thirty seven 60 AD 9th Legion. 66 AD Jewish Revolt. 68 AD Four Emperors. 70 AD. 101 AD. Chapter thirty eight 115 AD. 132 AD. 208 AD Red Cliffs. 228 AD Northern Expeditions. 247 AD. Chapter thirty nine 291 AD Eight Princes War. 312 AD. 376 AD. 413 AD Sack of Rome. Chapter forty 455 AD Attila the Hun. 460 AD Birth of Merlin. 470 AD Carmarthen. 480 AD. 490 AD Death of Teudrig. Chapter forty one 500 AD Meurig Beheaded. 510 AD Igraine Tricked. 511 AD Merlin takes Arthur. 512 AD. 514 AD. 515 AD Uther dies. Chapter forty two 521 AD Excalibur. 531 AD King Arthur. 535 AD Gwynivre. 536 AD. 538 AD Picts. Chapter forty three 540 AD Wizards War I. 545 AD Wizards War II. 554 AD Picts War.

565 AD Mordred betrays Arthur. Chapter forty four 572 AD Camlann. 579 AD Destruction of Camelot. 580 AD First writ outlawing magic. Chapter forty five 614 AD Siege of Jerusalem. 626 AD Siege of Constantinople. 627 AD. 645 AD Tang Wars. 670 AD Silla. Chapter forty six 673 AD Jinshin War. 675 AD. 712 AD Hispania. 716 AD Frankish Civil War. Chapter forty seven 718 AD. 719 AD Reconquista. 774 AD Saxon Wars. Chapter forty eight 909 AD Chinese Civil War. 943 AD. 960 AD Song Dynasty. 1002 AD ST. Brice's Day Massacre. 1014 AD King Brian Boru. 1017 AD Canute. Chapter forty nine 1066 AD Norman Conquest. 1095 AD First Crusade. 1101 AD Crusade of 1101. 1145 AD Second Crusade. Chapter fifty 1184 AD Medieval Inquisition. 1185 AD Third Crusade. 1200 AD Fourth Crusade. 1209 AD Mongol Invasion of China. Chapter fifty one 1215 AD Fifth Crusade. 1221 AD Mongol Invasion of Rus. Chapter fifty two 1226 AD Sixth Crusade. 1246 AD Seventh Crusade. 1250 AD Inquisition France. 1258 AD Siege of Constantinople. 1268 AD Eighth Crusade. 1269 AD Ninth Crusade.

Chapter fifty three 1272 AD Mongol Invasion of Japan. 1279 AD. 1285 AD Mongol Invasion of Poland. 1286 AD Mongol Invasion of Vietnam. Chapter fifty four 1297 AD Battle of Stirling Bridge. 1298 AD Falkirk. 1304 AD Stirling Castle. 1326 AD Teutonic War. 1331 AD to 1353 AD Black Death. Chapter fifty five 1409 AD Teutonic War. 1411 AD Ming. 1414 AD Hunger War. 1422 AD Ottoman. 1431 AD Teutonic War. Chapter fifty six 1478 AD Spanish Inquisition. 1486 AD Malleus Maleficarum. 1508 AD Treaty. 1519 AD Teutonic War. Chapter fifty seven 1570 AD Anegawa. 1573 AD End of Muromachi. 1575 AD Nagashino. 1577 AD Tedorigawa. 1600 AD Sekigahara. Chapter fifty eight 1600 AD Musashi. 1641 AD Dajima Bay. Chapter fifty nine 1641 AD To the Americas.
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