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September 26th, 08:26 AM   #41
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What is Chiun?
 
September 27th, 08:55 AM   #42
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What is Chiun?
I am so glad you asked, Sean. As noticed by my sig, I run a website that focuses on entertainment-- from music and art to movies and theatre.

Naturally, when I decided to wax philosophical, I would choose one of the greatest teachers in all of comedic fiction to represent my school of thought.

Hence, Chiun.
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I am so glad you asked, Sean. As noticed by my sig, I run a website that focuses on entertainment-- from music and art to movies and theatre.

Naturally, when I decided to wax philosophical, I would choose one of the greatest teachers in all of comedic fiction to represent my school of thought.

Hence, Chiun.
Lol. "You move like a pregnant yak." So that's what your old avatar meant...
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Haha. Seems like a funny movie.
 


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