Re: Forum Mafia 81: DC Bedtime Story (Day 1)
Posted: July 20th, 2019, 2:15 am
I can say with 100% certainty that I'm not going to kill Kamite
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THIRTEEN TO GOLink wrote:ONE BO DOWN!!
absu vs the rest of us? rip :mudkipmote:PT wrote:THIRTEEN TO GOLink wrote:ONE BO DOWN!!
Few people hear the priest muttering this verse again and again as they were being escorted to the Shukubo. Few also saw Link collapse on the floor. Lying down and pale like a corpse, he kept repeating the following, "No. No. No. No. It isn't time yet. No No No No No NOOOOOOOOOOOO." As he got louder, everyone started to look in his direction. Eventually, his mouth frothed and he ceased breathing.Pāpo pi passati bhadraṁ yāva pāpaṁ na paccati,
yadā ca paccati pāpaṁ atha pāpo pāpāni passati.
The wicked experience good fortune
while the wickedness done does not ripen,
but when the wickedness ripens then the
wicked will experience wicked things.
Soon, the participants of the tour rallied themselves against another person. Kamite feared for the worst and started to run. Halfway down the steps towards the Niomon (仁王門), he simply fell unconscious, almost as though he was suddenly sent into a drunken stupor. A nearby policeman checked on Kamite and found that he was still breathing, though somewhat ragged. The policeman searched the Kamite's pocket and found an identification card for Hattori Shizuka.Bhadro pi passati pāpaṁ yāva bhadraṁ na paccati,
yadā ca paccati bhadraṁ atha bhadro bhadrāni passati.
The fortunate experience wickedness
as long as the fortune does not ripen,
but when the fortune ripens then the
fortunate experience good fortune.
All of a sudden, the police officers holding MoonRaven suddenly collapsed. As MoonRaven shook off and fixed her attire, she suddenly collapsed on the ground. Hattori Heizo checked his pair of disposable gloves for any holes before approaching MoonRaven. Searching MoonRaven's pockets revealed that she was in fact a man disguised as an older man disguised as a woman. At the end, the only recoverable item was a receipt for a recent drink of Irish whiskey.Madhuvā maññati bālo yāva pāpaṃ na paccati
Yadā ca paccati pāpaṃ atha bālo dukkhaṃ nigacchati.
So long as an evil deed has not ripened, the fool thinks it as sweet as honey. But when the evil deed ripens, the fool comes to grief.
Despite not knowing any Hindu, Memesu, for some reason, realized the meaning of the phrase. Memesu tore off his clothes and rolled on the ground as though he is being burned. After a while, he suddenly shivers and holds himself in a fetal position. Eventually, he/she stops moving. On closer inspection, there appears to be a layer of latex on the skin of an unnamed FBI Henchman, revealing the skin of a woman. A single receipt was found on his/her body for a bottle of Vermouth.Yassa pāsaṃ kataṃ kammaṃ kusalena pithīyati
So imaṃ lokaṃ pabhāseti abbhā mutto'va candimā.
He, who by good deeds covers the evil he has done, illuminates this world like the moon freed from clouds.
- Verse 173, Dhammapada
Kaito Lady sensed that those around her find her suspicious and started to run for East garden of the Zenkoji temple to hide amongst the crowds. As she ran into a crowd entering the garden, none of the policemen chasing her could track the direction she headed for. As the crowds dissipated, the body of Kaito Lady was found lying down. In her pocket was a badge for Yuminaga-keibu, a leading star in the Arson Division in Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department. The policemen who ran after her and the crowd of people all suddenly dropped unconscious onto the floor as well, just as the other fallen participants had done before.Andhabhūto ayaṃ loko tanukettha vipassati
Sakunto jālamutto'va appo saggāya gacchati.
Haṃsādiccapathe yanti ākāse yanti iddhiyā
Niyyanti dhīrā lokamhā jitvā māraṃ savāhiniṃ.
Blind is the world; here only a few possess insight. Only a few, like birds escaping from the net, go to realms of bliss.
Swans fly on the path of the sun; men pass through the air by psychic powers; the wise are led away from the world after vanquishing Mara and his host.
- Verse 174 to 175, Dhammapada