Yin Xiaotian’s popularity and resources In the latest issue of

In the latest issue of “Tucao conference”, Du Chun, Babel, Huang Jue and other male stars have launched a self mockery mode. They all come to the stage to reveal their

own scars. With the popularity of the “Tucao conference”, more and more stars regard this platform as a place to tell the truth, not afraid of mentioning their own black

history, but also by netizens as “washing the white Congress”. Before that, stars like Zhang Shaohan and Yang Chao all put down their shelves and won praise from everyone. This time Du Chun was unwilling to lag behind. He took the initiative to mention the biggest “black spot” in his body, the incident of knife insertion teaching.

Yin Xiaotian’s popularity and resources were very good in the past few years. It can be said that he could become a top flow star in one step. As a result, his fame fell sharply because of the incident of “inserting knives” in that year. He was not only neglected,

but also experienced the deception of his ex-wife. It can be said that his life was very miserable. Netizens who know the truth of the matter feel that it is because Du Chun and other celebrities boosted the tide that Yin Xiaotian was wronged, so Du Chun has

always been known as the “master of inserting knives”, Du Chun’s popularity has also been affected by this matter.

Unexpectedly, Du Chun also responded to the incident for the first time after Yin Xiaotian responded generously to the incident. He said at the Tucao meeting that he and Yin Xiaotian had worked together, but not a good brother. How did he become a

“cutters”? And then he was just young and vigorous, and simply felt that big men could not beat women, so he was pursuing justice. However, he also admitted that he could

understand the abuse of his netizens now, after all, netizens are also upholding justice for Yin Xiaotian. Du Chun therefore joked: “I and netizens should be just alliance, please call me the leader of the alliance in the future.”

Du Chun had the courage to speak it out. Although he did not apologize to Yin Xiaotian personally, he also hinted that he had made mistakes and could accept the criticism of netizens. In the entertainment circle, few stars dare to take the blame. Du Chun’s

“white wash” has been unanimously praised by everyone. However, some netizens feel that his attitude is not correct, just for the sake of enthusiasm.

Du Chun’s good brother, Babel, was unwilling to lag behind and responded actively to the fact that he was scolded for making bad movies. His new film “Fat Man Action Team” was criticized as “plagiarism” by netizens. He clarified that it was only a tribute

and felt particularly aggrieved. Previously, he opened a chafing dish restaurant with duck blood problems. He also made an apology statement. This time, he took the

initiative to mention “duck blood”. It seems that he really cared about the health problems of the chafing dish restaurant. Previously, he was scolded by netizens, but he

still responded politely with good words. It’s not easy to be a star, but to have a strong heart.

This year’s “Tucao conference” is still very sharp. Xiaobian thinks there should be more celebrities on the stage.

Many netizens feel that when they see the star Tucao themselves,

they feel that their “black spots” are not so

prominent, and they become lovely. Do you think Du

Chun and Babel are sharp enough for their Tucao?

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Across Hong Kong’s Deepwater Gold Market

Across Hong Kong’s Deepwater Gold Market, banknotes suddenly fell from the

sky on Saturday afternoon, with crowds surging and voices bubbling. When the police arrived at the scene, they immediately blocked the road, forbidden passers-by to “collect money” and boarded the rooftop of the building for investigation.

Banknotes fall from the sky

At about 2 p.m. on the 16th, the scene was opposite Shenshui Chengjin Mall. Suddenly, a lot of money was thrown from the roof of the adjacent building. The money was flying like rain and snow, dancing with the wind in the air. The passers-by looked up and looked up one after another. Some people raised their airplanes to take pictures. All of them rushed to the direction where the money fell. When someone found that the money falling from the sky was HK$100, the situation was on the spot. More sensational, the crowd instantly out of control, have joined the ranks of money collection.

Passers-by snatched money

Some drivers even jumped out of private cars to collect money directly, others rushed out of the road regardless of safety, others climbed up the eaves, the situation was chaotic, but the scene was constantly heard the “unbelievable truth” of the roar and laughter.

A Happy Passer-by Finding Money

Witnesses photographed the mysterious man who scattered money, put on his hat and mask, and scattered the money on the roof of a building. It is learnt that the mysterious man scattered at least six banknotes.

A mysterious man suspected of throwing money

Miss Liao was on the spot when the accident happened. She said that the scene was at the D exit of Deepwater Cheng Station of Hong Kong Railway. “A lot of people were standing there. Suddenly, there was a man standing on the top of the building. He left his money on the street for no reason, and those people shouted.” Miss Liao said that everyone believed that the money must be counterfeit. “Do you know it’s true, those people have been picking up money, and some people have climbed to the eaves to pick up money.”

“Master Money” scattered?

It is reported that the money is suspected to be a virtual coin customer known as the “young master of money”. He himself broadcasts cash from the sky on Facebook at the same time, suspecting to publicize his trading competition.

Money Master Facebook Live Broadcast

He also asked netizens live which district he hoped there would be “miracles” again: “robbing the rich to help the poor, and then maybe there will be money falling from the sky in different parts of Hong Kong. Do you support it? Everything can be done as long as there is a dream!”

Mr. Yen, whose real name is Huang Po-jie, calls himself “the first person in the Hong Kong block chain”. He recently started a high-profile class to promote mining machines and earned nearly HK$200,000 in one class.

At 2:42 p.m. on Saturdays, Master Coin broadcasted live on his Facebook. Just before the money came down from the sky, he opened his hands in front of the camera to welcome it.

He wrote in his post: “Today’s theme is robbing the rich and helping the poor. I have a dream since childhood. I hope to be a justice messenger and superhero. Maybe many people will lose this heart because they are getting older and worn out by work. I can also feel it very well, because I have worked hard, but the world of coin circle is too fantastic to reach in a few years. I regain my childlike innocence. I wonder if you ever imagined that one day money would fall from the sky. My young master, standing

here today, tells you that as

long as you have a dream,

everything will happen if you

have a chance. Money will fall from the sky.

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Sun Qian had joined Guan Yu in escorting the two

Sun Qian had joined Guan Yu in escorting the two ladies, and they were on the road to Runan when

Xiahou Dun suddenly determined to pursue. So with a couple of hundred horse, Xiahou Dun set out.

When Xiahou Dun was seen approaching, Guan Yu bade Sun Qian go ahead with the carriage while he remained to deal with the pursuers.

  When they were near enough, Guan Yu said, “In coming after me thus you do not reinforce the magnanimity of your master!”

  Replied Xiahou Dun, “the Prime Minister has sent no definite instructions. You have caused

the death of several people, among them one of my commanders,

and so I have come to capture you! You have behaved most grossly. The Prime Minister will decide.”

  thereupon Xiahou Dun dashed forward with his spear ready to thrust.

  But at that moment a rider came up behind him at full gallop, crying, “You must not fight with Guan Yu!”

  Guan Yu stayed his steed at once and waited.

  the messenger came up, drew from his bosom an official letter, and said to Xiahou Dun, “The Prime Minister loves General Guan Yu for his

loyalty and honor, and fearing lest Guan Yu might be stopped at the various passes, he sent me with this letter to show when necessary at any point on the road.”

  “But this Guan Yu has slain several commanders of the passes. Does the Prime Minister know that?” said Xiahou Dun.

  the messenger said these things were unknown.

  “then,” said Xiahou Dun, “I will arrest him and take him to the Prime Minister, who may set him free or not as he wills.”

  “Do you think I fear anything you can do?” said Guan Yu getting wrathful.

  And he rode forward. Xiahou Dun, nothing loth, set his spear

and prepared for battle.

they met and had reached the tenth encounter when a second horseman came up at full speed, crying, “Generals, wait a little!”

  Xiahou Dun stayed his hand and asked the messenger, saying, “Am I to arrest him?”

  “No,” replied the messenger. “Fearing lest he should have

difficulties at the passes, the Prime Minister has sent me with a dispatch to say he is to be released.”

  “Did the Prime Minister know that he had slain several commanders on the way?”

 “He did not know!”

 “Since he was ignorant of that, I may not let this Guan Yu go,” and Xiahou Dun gave the signal to his men to close in round Guan Yu.

  But Guan Yu flourished his sword and made to attack them and a fight was again imminent, when a third rider appeared,

Ma Teng’s reply was, “the Imperial Protector of Yuzhou, Liu Bei.

In A Plum Garden, Cao Cao Discusses Heroes;
Using The Host’s Forces, Guan Yu Takes Xuzhou.

“Who is it?” was the question on the lips of the conspirators.

Ma Teng’s reply was, “the Imperial Protector of Yuzhou, Liu Bei. He is here and we will ask him to help.”

“Though he is an uncle of the Emperor, he is at present a partisan of our enemy, and he will not join,” said Dong Cheng.

  “But I saw something at the hunt,” said Ma Teng. “When Cao Cao advanced to acknowledge the congratulations due to the Emperor, Liu Bei’s sworn brother Guan Yu was behind him, and grasped his sword as if to cut down Cao Cao. However, Liu Bei signed to him to hold his hand and Guan Yu did. Liu Bei would willingly destroy Cao Cao, only he thinks Cao Cao’s teeth and claws are too many. You must ask Liu Bei, and he will surely consent.”

  Here Wu Shi urged caution, saying, “Do not go too fast. Let us consider the thing most carefully.”

  they dispersed. Next day after dark Dong Cheng went to Liu Bei’s lodging taking with him the decree. As soon as Dong Cheng was announced, Liu Bei came to GREet him and led him into a private room where they could talk freely. The two younger brothers were there as well.

  “It must be something unusually important that has brought Uncle Dong Cheng here tonight,” said Liu Bei.

  “If I had ridden forth by daylight, Cao Cao might have suspected something, so I came by night.”

  Wine was brought in, and while they were drinking, Dong Cheng said, “Why did you check your brother the other day at the hunt, when he was going to attack Cao Cao?”

  Liu Bei was startled and said, “How did you know?”

  “Nobody noticed but I saw.”

  Liu Bei could not prevaricate and said, “It was the presumption of the man that made my brother so angry. Guan Yu could not help it.”

  the visitor covered his face and wept.

  “Ah,” said he, “if all the court ministers were like Guan Yu, there would be no sighs for lack of tranquillity.”

  Now Liu Bei felt that possibly Cao Cao had sent his visitor to try him, so he cautiously replied, “Where are the sighs for lack of tranquillity while Cao Cao is at the head of affairs?”

Dong Cheng changed color and rose from his seat.

“You, Sir, are a relative of His Majesty,

and so I showed you my inmost feelings. Why did you mislead me?”

But Liu Bei said, “Because I feared you might be misleading me,

and I wanted to find out.”

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Cao Cao said, “I happened to notice the GREen plums on the

Cao Cao said, “I happened to notice the GREen plums on the trees today, and suddenly my thoughts went back to a year ago when we were thrashing Zhang Xiu. We were marching through a parched county,

and everyone was suffering from thirst. Suddenly I lifted my whip, and pointing at something in the distance I said,

‘Look at those fruitful plum trees in the forest ahead.’ The soldiers heard it, and it made their mouths water. Seeing the plums kindles my appreciation. I owe something to the plums, and we will repay it today. I ordered the servants to heat some wine very hot and sent to invite you to share it.”

  Liu Bei was quite composed by this time and no longer suspected any sinister design. He went with his host to a small spring pavilion in a plum garden, where the wine cups were already laid out and GREen plums filled the dishes. They sat down to a confidential talk and free enjoyment of their wine.

  As they drank, the weather gradually changed, clouds gathering and threatening rain. The servants pointed out a mass of cloud that looked like a dragon hung in the sky. Both host and guest leaned over the balcony looking at it.

  “Do you understand the evolution of dragons?” asked Cao Cao of the guest.

  “Not in detail.”

  “A dragon can assume any size, can rise in glory or hide from sight. Bulky, it generates clouds and evolves mist; attenuated, it can scarcely hide a mustard stalk or conceal a shadow. Mounting, it can soar to the empyrean; subsiding, it lurks in the uttermost depths of the ocean.

This is the midspring season, and the dragon chooses this moment for its transformations like a person realizing his own desires and overrunning the world. The dragon among animals compares with the hero among people. You, General, have traveled all lakes and rivers. You must know who are the heroes of the present day, and I wish you would say who they are.”

  “I am just a common dullard. How can I know such things?”

  “Do not be so modest,” said Cao Cao.

  “Thanks to your kindly protection I have a post at court. But as to heroes I really do not know who they are.”

  “You may not have looked upon their faces, but you must have heard their names.”

“Yuan Shu of the South of River Huai,

with his strong army and abundant resources: Is he one?” asked Liu Bei.

His host laughed,

“A rotting skeleton in a graveyard. I shall put him out of the way shortly.”

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Following the lead of other phone phreaks such as

Following the lead of other phone phreaks such as Captain Crunch,

they gave themselves handles. Wozniak became “Berkeley Blue,”

Jobs was “Oaf Tobark.” They took the device to college dorms and

gave demonstrations by attaching it to a phone and speaker. While the

 

potential customers watched, they would call the Ritz in London or a dial-a-joke service in Australia.

“We made a hundred or so Blue Boxes and sold almost all of them,” Jobs recalled.

 

The fun and profits came to an end at a Sunnyvale pizza parlor. Jobs and Wozniak

were about to drive to Berkeley with a Blue Box they had just finished making. Jobs

needed money and was eager to sell, so he pitched the device to some guys at the next table.

They were interested, so Jobs went to a phone booth and demonstrated it with a call to Chicago.

The prospects said they had to go to their car for money. “So we walk over to the car, Woz and me,

and I’ve got the Blue Box in my hand, and the guy gets in, reaches under the seat, and he pulls out a gun,”

Jobs recounted. He had never been that close to a gun, and he was terrified. “So he’s pointing the gun right at

my stomach, and he says, ‘Hand it over, brother.’ My mind raced. There was the car door here, and I thought

maybe I could slam it on his legs and we could run, but there was this high probability that he would shoot me.

So I slowly handed it to him, very carefully.” It was a weird sort of robbery. The guy who took the Blue

Box actually gave Jobs a phone number and said he would try to pay for it if it worked. When Jobs later called

the number, the guy said he couldn’t figure out how to use it. So Jobs, in his felicitous way, convinced the guy

to meet him and Wozniak at a public place. But they ended up deciding not to have another encounter with

the gunman, even on the off chance they could get their $150.

The partnership paved the way for what would be a bigger adventure together. “If it hadn’t been for the

Blue Boxes, there wouldn’t have been an Apple,” Jobs later reflected. “I’m 100% sure of that. Woz and

I learned how to work together, and we gained the confidence that we could solve technical problems and

partnership that would soon be born. Wozniak would be the gentle wizard coming up with a neat invention

that he would have been happy just to give away, and Jobs would figure out how to

make it user-friendly,

put it together

in a package, market it,

and make a few bucks.

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Jobs thus became one of the first fifty employees at Atari

Jobs thus became one of the first fifty employees at Atari,

working as a technician for $5 an hour. “In retrospect,

it was weird to hire a dropout from Reed,” Alcorn recalled.

 

“But I saw something in him. He was very intelligent, enthusiastic,

excited about tech.” Alcorn assigned him to work with a straitlaced

engineer named Don Lang. The next day Lang complained,

 

“This guy’s a goddamn hippie with b.o. Why did you do this to me?

And he’s impossible to deal with.” Jobs clung to the belief that his fruit-heavy

vegetarian diet would prevent not just mucus but also body odor,

even if he didn’t use deodorant or shower regularly. It was a flawed theory.

Lang and others wanted to let Jobs go, but Bushnell worked out a solution.

“The smell and behavior wasn’t an issue with me,” he said. “Steve was prickly,

but I kind of liked him. So I asked him to go on the night shift. It was a way

to save him.” Jobs would come in after Lang and others had left and work through most

of the night. Even thus isolated, he became known for his brashness.

On those occasions when he happened to interact with others, he was prone

to informing them that they were “dumb shits.” In retrospect, he stands

by that judgment. “The only reason I shone was that everyone else was so bad,” Jobs recalled.

Despite his arrogance (or perhaps because of it) he was able to charm Atari’s boss.

“He was more philosophical than the other people I worked with,” Bushnell recalled.

“We used to discuss free will versus determinism. I tended to believe that things

were much more determined, that we were programmed. If we had perfect information,

we could predict people’s actions. Steve felt the opposite.” That outlook accorded

with his faith in the power of the will to bend reality.

Jobs helped improve some of the games by pushing the chips to produce fun designs,

and Bushnell’s inspiring willingness to play by his own rules rubbed off on him.

In addition, he intuitively appreciated the simplicity of Atari’s games. They came

with no manual and needed to be uncomplicated enough that a stoned freshman could

figure them out. The only

instructions for Atari’s Star

Trek game were “1. Insert

quarter. 2. Avoid Klingons.”

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Getting shocked was a badge of honor for Woz

Getting shocked was a badge of honor for Woz.

He prided himself on being a hardware engineer, which meant that random shocks were routine. He once devised a roulette game where four people put their thumbs in a slot; when the ball landed, one would get shocked. “Hardware guys will play this game, but software guys are too chicken,” he noted.

During his senior year he got a part-time job at Sylvania and had the

chance to work on a computer for the first time. He learned FORTRAN from a book and read the manuals for most of the systems of the day, starting with the Digital Equipment PDP-8. Then he studied the specs for the latest microchips and tried

to redesign the computers using these newer parts. The challenge he set himself was to replicate the design using the fewest components possible. Each night he would try to improve

his drawing from the night before. By the end of his senior year, he had become a master. “I was now designing computers with half the number of chips the actual company had in their own design, but only on paper.” He never told his friends. After all, most seventeen-year-olds were getting their kicks in other ways.

On Thanksgiving weekend of his senior year, Wozniak visited the University of Colorado. It was closed for the holiday, but he found an engineering student who took him on a tour of the labs.

He begged his father to let him go there, even though the out-of-state tuition was more than the family could easily afford. They struck a deal:

He would be allowed to go for one year, but then he would transfer to De Anza Community College back home. After arriving at Colorado in the fall of 1969, he spent so much time playing pranks (such as producing reams of printouts saying “Fuck Nixon”) that he failed a couple of his courses and was put on probation.

In addition, he created a program to calculate Fibonacci numbers that burned up so much computer time the university threatened to bill him for
the cost. So he readily
lived up to his bargain
with his parents and
transferred to De Anza.
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In a short time Cao Hong, Li Dian, and Yue Jing came

In a short time Cao Hong, Li Dian, and Yue Jing came

to the imperial chariot and their names having been duly communicated.

Cao Hong said, “When my brother, Cao Cao, heard of the approach of the rebels, he feared that the advance guard he had sent might be too weak, so he sent me to march quickly for reinforcement.”

  “General Cao Cao is indeed a trusty servant!” said the Emperor.

  Orders were given to advance, Cao Hong leading the escort. By and by scouts came to say that the rebels were coming up very quickly. The Emperor bade Xiahou Dun divide his force into two parts to oppose them. Xiahou Dun and Cao Hong’s armies threw out two wings with cavalry in front and foot behind. They attacked with vigor and beat off the Li Jue and Guo Si’s rebels with severe loss of ten thousand. Then Xiahou Dun and Cao Hong begged the Emperor to return to Luoyang, and Xiahou Dun guarded the city.

  Next day Cao Cao came with his GREat army, and having got them duly camped he went into the city to audience. He knelt at the foot of the steps, but was called up hither to stand beside the Emperor and be thanked.

  Cao Cao replied, “Having been the recipient of GREat bounty, thy servant owes the state much gratitude. The measure of evil of the two rebels is full, I have two hundred thousand of good soldiers to oppose them, and those soldiers are fully equal to securing the safety of Your Majesty and the Throne. The preservation of the state sacrifice is the matter of real moment.”

High honors were conferred on Cao Cao. He was appointed Commander of Capital District, Minister of War, and granted Military Insignia.

the two rebels, Li Jue and Guo Si, wished to attack Cao Cao’s army while fatigued from its long march. But their adviser, Jia Xu, opposed this, saying, “There was no hope of victory.

He has both strong soldiers and brave leaders.

Submission may bring us amnesty.”

Li Jue was angry at the suggestion,

crying, “Do you wish to dishearten the army?”

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Imperial Guardian Yang Biao memorialized the Throne, saying

Imperial Guardian Yang Biao memorialized the Throne, saying,

“The decree issued to me some time ago has never been acted upon. Now Cao Cao is very strong in the east

of Huashang Mountains, and it would be well to associate him in the government that he might support the ruling house.”

  the Emperor replied, “There was no need to refer to the matter again. Send a messenger when you will.”

  So the decree went forth and a messenger bore it into the East of Huashang. Now when Cao Cao had heard that the court had returned to Capital Luoyang, he called together his advisers to consult.

  [e] Duke Wen of Jin (reigned 636-628 BC) was ruler of the western state of Jin during the Spring and Autumn period. He and his successors made Jin a dominant state for nearly 200 years. ……

  [e] the Qin Dynasty ended in BC 206. From BC 206 to BC 202, there was actually no emperor in China; and the principal event in this period of anarchy was what we call the Strife between Chu and Han. It was a continuous conflict between Xiang Yu and Liu Bang, the former a native of Wu,

and the latter of Pei. Both of them had been lieutenants under King Huai of Chu. This King, aka Emperor Yi, was a descendant of the old ruling house of the state of Chu, and during

the troubles attending the breakup of the Qin empire, he setup a kingdom on the ruins. Xiang Yu eventually became the leader of Chu army; and he allegedly had King Huai murdered. Liu Bang, now a leader of Han army, mourned King Huai’s death to show his loyal heart.

Xun Yu laid the matter before Cao Cao and the council thus: “Eight hundred years ago, Duke Wen of Jin supported Prince Xiang of the declining Zhou Dynasty, and all the feudal lords backed Duke Wen*. The Founder of the Hans, Liu Bang, won the popular favor by wearing mourning for Emperor Yi of Chu*.

Now Emperor Xian has been a fugitive on the dusty roads.

To take the lead in offering an army

to restore him to honor is to have an unrivaled

opportunity to win universal regard. But you

must act quickly or someone will get in before you.”

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