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Old 2009-12-16, 20:35   Link #3381
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this is a snapshot from final fantasy 7 advent children

I was wondering who is that black wolf that's showing up every now and then on the movie?
and what is its relation to cloud?
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Old 2009-12-16, 23:40   Link #3382
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this is a snapshot from final fantasy 7 advent children

I was wondering who is that black wolf that's showing up every now and then on the movie?
and what is its relation to cloud?
a symbol of cloud's and friends'(tifa, barret) guilt? at least that's what it says here
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Old 2009-12-17, 02:27   Link #3383
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Japan seems to have very good relationship with Brazil for some reason. There seems to be lot of Brazilians in Japan (putting aside the issues) and vice-versa. Anyone know the reason why this seems to be the case?
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Old 2009-12-17, 02:34   Link #3384
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Old 2009-12-17, 02:43   Link #3385
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Strangely I didn't think Wikipedia , anyhow thanks.
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Old 2009-12-17, 03:44   Link #3386
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so I can put it after everything desu
lol!
oh crap sorry, i meant to be
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Old 2009-12-17, 10:36   Link #3387
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I have a question concerning a song and Wong fei hung
Don't know if this is just my imagination or not but I was watching (am watching) Magnificent Butcher from 1979 and wong fei hung is in it now what caught my ear was the music used because it sounds a lot like the themesong from Once upon a time in China (1991)
Is that song/tune something that is associated with wong fei hung in older movies also? or simply coincidence (cause I thought it would only be part of Once upon --- in China)
I haven't seen it yet in other older hung gar movies, I just started watching some but just curious that's all
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Old 2009-12-19, 10:51   Link #3388
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It seems EuroStar trains broke down coz of the temperature outside being cold and in the inside of tunnel being hot. Why?
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Old 2009-12-19, 11:43   Link #3389
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It seems EuroStar trains broke down coz of the temperature outside being cold and in the inside of tunnel being hot. Why?
wild guess, the cold wind doesn't get to the inside of the tunnel
but trains here broke cause the switches were frozen solid, you sure it isn't just that?
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Old 2009-12-19, 12:03   Link #3390
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It seems EuroStar trains broke down coz of the temperature outside being cold and in the inside of tunnel being hot. Why?
It might be due to the temperature differential. The sudden change in temperature can cause a number of problems to electrical / mechanical systems.
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Old 2009-12-19, 12:04   Link #3391
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It's a copula, so no, and please don't.
its the net I can anyway

but I shant only one thing gets to do that
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Old 2009-12-20, 04:22   Link #3392
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Some other news says it coz of condensation when the trains going from cold to warm enviroment (entering the tunnel probably from france).
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Old 2009-12-25, 07:35   Link #3393
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I have a question concerning a song and Wong fei hung
Don't know if this is just my imagination or not but I was watching (am watching) Magnificent Butcher from 1979 and wong fei hung is in it now what caught my ear was the music used because it sounds a lot like the themesong from Once upon a time in China (1991)
Is that song/tune something that is associated with wong fei hung in older movies also? or simply coincidence (cause I thought it would only be part of Once upon --- in China)
I haven't seen it yet in other older hung gar movies, I just started watching some but just curious that's all
Now this is going to be a very flimsy answer, but from what i read on some youtube comment, the song from Once Upon a Time in China (English title: A Man of Determination) was originally used for military drills. So i am guessing that the version in the Magnificent Butcher and the one in OUTC are 2 different adaptations of the same song. The lyrics for the version in OUTC were written by James Wong, and sung by George Lam for the movie though. That much I know. As for the rest, it is merely surmise.
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Old 2009-12-25, 16:47   Link #3394
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Now this is going to be a very flimsy answer, but from what i read on some youtube comment, the song from Once Upon a Time in China (English title: A Man of Determination) was originally used for military drills. So i am guessing that the version in the Magnificent Butcher and the one in OUTC are 2 different adaptations of the same song. The lyrics for the version in OUTC were written by James Wong, and sung by George Lam for the movie though. That much I know. As for the rest, it is merely surmise.
whow, that at least gives me some leads to look for =)
Thank you very VERY much X3
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Old 2009-12-27, 04:41   Link #3395
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Was is the average price for a haircut (dudes) in the U.S.?

I ask because of an american movie I was watching, where the barber charges 20 bucks for a simple haircut!

I mean WTF!? 20 bucks just for that! o_0
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Old 2009-12-27, 04:48   Link #3396
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Was is the average price for a haircut (dudes) in the U.S.?

I ask because of an american movie I was watching, where the barber charges 20 bucks for a simple haircut!

I mean WTF!? 20 bucks just for that! o_0
Dunno about the U.S. but in the U.K a couple of local barbers charge 11-12 UKP for a basic haircut (that's $18-$19).
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Old 2009-12-27, 04:59   Link #3397
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Dunno about the U.S. but in the U.K a couple of local barbers charge 11-12 UKP for a basic haircut (that's $18-$19).
Hell, that's pretty damn expensive, IMHO.

Over here, it is actually easy to find places that will do it for 60 pesos (current exchange rate = 4.67337 US Dólar). With a bit of extra cash (80 - 90 pesos) you can pretty much get a simple haircut anywhere in my city.
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Old 2009-12-27, 05:01   Link #3398
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It varies wildly depending on whether you use a traditional barber, a chain store of hair styling (e.g. Great Clips) or an upscale hair salon.

My needs are simple so I usually go for the intermediate ($10-$20) levels for the hair washing and head massage - bonus points if from a pretty girl.
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Old 2009-12-27, 05:18   Link #3399
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My needs are simple so I usually go for the intermediate ($10-$20) levels for the hair washing and head massage - bonus points if from a pretty girl.
The prices I gave are for a traditional barber at a small village or town highstreet, nothing fancy, not what I would call a "hair salon". And it doens't include washing the hair or any head fondling.

Ah, I remember when I were lad, you could get a haircut for.... can't remember really but I'm sure prices have risen a lot over the years.
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Old 2009-12-27, 06:16   Link #3400
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It varies wildly depending on whether you use a traditional barber, a chain store of hair styling (e.g. Great Clips) are an upscale hair salon.
Hmmmm, Can't say I have been in all the fancy places around here. However, anyone asking more than 150 pesos for a haircut here is obviously leaving out a lot of people as potential costumers.

And as xris mentions below......

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The prices I gave are for a traditional barber at a small village or town highstreet, nothing fancy, not what I would call a "hair salon". And it doens't include washing the hair or any head fondling.

Ah, I remember when I were lad, you could get a haircut for.... can't remember really but I'm sure prices have risen a lot over the years.
The prices I gave only include the haircut itself in most places. Anything extra such as washing and/or massage are not included.
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