Return To The 36th Chamber is a 1980 martial arts comedy starring Gordon Liu. It was directed by Lau Kar-Leung and written by Ni Kuang. The film follows The 36th Chamber Of Shaolin (1978) and precedes Disciples Of The 36th Chamber (1985). In the first and third films, Liu portrayed the Shaolin monk San Te, but in Return, he portrays an imposter monk.
That’s what Wikipedia says. Either Jen-chieh (the lead character) is an imposter with a severe case of beginner’s luck. Or he’s not really an imposter, but posing as an imposter, keeping his capabilities secret from all but the Shaolin elders. Continue reading
Spring is almost here and I’m already feeling rejuvenated. With the nicer weather, I’m out socializing more and passing out more business cards. Not really because I’m looking for more clients but because it’s easier than exchanging a phone number and I’m not on Facebook. My card is somewhat unconventional and I admit it’s fun to see how people react to it.
If I handed you a business card recently, thanks for checking out my blog. Leave me a comment! I don’t keep count but it seems like I give out my card at least once a week. My concern today is, people might come to PJBRUNET.COM (the address on my card) and find an off-the-wall blog post that’s way out of context. Maybe PJBRUNET.COM should instead go to a “About Me” page but for now, this works :-)
Checking out Coinspotting tonight, I found some Bitcoin predictions here. I disagree with this one:
3. There will be less than 5 alt-coins (out of the 50+ in existence) that will survive 2014
The open source nature of the Bitcoin protocol led to the advent of over 50+ alt-coins, most of which are blatant rip-offs with a tweak or two here and there.