WHO IS H. H. Excellency?
Sometimes the dragon wins.
8/8/2015 the Crazy Bird who discovered the short-short Path to Total, Complete Enlightenment.
Doing something very dangerous that you may/may not get away with.
Tickling the Dragons tail refers to:
1. Doing something very dangerous that you may/may not get away with. Sometimes the dragon wins.
HINT HINT: The dragons are toothless. Meaning they have no way to bite. Harmless???
RA: the Egyptian sun god and chief deity .
88 Radium is a chemical element with symbol Ra and atomic number 88. It is the sixth element in group 2 of the periodic table, also known as the alkaline earth metals.
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The demon core was a 6.2- kilogram (14 lb), 3.5-inch-diameter (89 mm) subcritical mass of plutonium which went briefly…en.wikipedia.org
Konjac “Devil’s tongue” Tungsten or Tongue of Satan
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The Wadjet (or Ujat, meaning “Whole One”) is a powerful symbol of protection in ancient Egypt also known as the “Eye of Horus” and the “all seeing eye”
RA: the Egyptian sun god and chief deity . O Ra 88
2. Because 88 is pronounced in Chinese Mandarin language as “ba ba,” (phonetically synonymous with the English “bye bye”) it is used as a farewell in Chinese texting language.
3. Nazi skinhead code for Heil Hitler. H being the 8th letter of the alphabet, therefore 88=HH=Heil Hitler. Often found at the end of Nazi members’ e-mail addressees and signatures.
4. The 88mm Anti-aircraft vehicle was a greatly feared Nazi weapon during WWII; because of this weapon, Nazi’s were sometimes referred to as 88’s.
5. David Lane, a convicted neo-nazi, wrote “88 Precepts,” a book outlining the methods needed to establish an all-white community.
6. A word jazz pianists use to replace “piano.” They call pianos “88s” because that is the number of keys on a piano.
8. The number of official constellations (as defined by the International Astronomical Union).