I’m Asian, and I don’t find “I want to be Neenja” a racist thing. To me, it’s a stupidly funny video. I cringe a lot whenever I see Jennifer Murphy’s fake Chinese (or whatever) English accent, because it’s so cringeworthy and funny. What is with fake Chinese accent wanting to be a Ninja? Chinese are not Japanese you know! Some of them are hating each other, because of WWII history you know! Anyhow, I can’t find the original “I want to be a Neenja” music video of Jennifer Murphy, because it was deleted. Luckily, I found a reaction video to Jennifer Murphy’s “I want to be Neenja” music video, and you can watch Jennifer Murphy performs how she wants to be a ninja in the video right after the break.
I left Eve Online for a year and a half or so. Anyway, I just came back to play some more Eve lately, and so far I’m enjoying it. Anyhow check out my video blog on my coming back to Eve Online right after the break. Enjoy!
Just another episode of my gameplay for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Blood and Wine) in 4K resolution using HereticFX Reshade mod. Enjoy!
Just another episode of my gameplay for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Blood and Wine) in 4K resolution. Enjoy!
I just released a brand new dance music single “Innocent.” In coming days, this song will be available on iTunes and elsewhere. You can also listen to this song on SoundCloud. To download this song, go to Epoginis.com.
As I read an article on how “Nepal’s Largest Stone Buddha At 12,600 Feet” got built and then I read the comments, I couldn’t help but feel that people are repeating same old mantra and not thinking for themselves. One comment suggests that instead of building such a statue, the money should go to the poor instead. I totally understand the good intention of such a comment, but it’s a narrow minded thinking and missing the big picture altogether. Of course, at Buddha’s time, he said you should not idolize him and focus on his teaching instead. Nonetheless, we’re not living in a time in which his holiness is alive, and so it’s so misleading to think that a Buddhist tradition can carry on without idolizing him in a physical form through arts and sculptures. After all, his teaching doesn’t come out of thin air. Without the peaceful fanatics (not the violent ones of course) who idolizing him, I don’t think his teaching can be spread far and wide. Although we all know moderation is best, but I don’t think the making/worshiping a Buddha statue is sinful. A narrow minded person could seek out a path where he/she could choose to not remember and respect the Buddha himself through idolizing him, and he or she could pray and hope his holiness trace would disappear along with his peaceful teaching altogether. Sure, it might not change the world in any way of shape or form if this to happen, but his teaching is one of the peaceful ways and to go without such a knowledge the world may be missing out on something really good. Not everyone can inherit a strong self in moments of helplessness in everyday life, and so his holiness teaching could always lift such a spirit out of despair through such terrible times. I think people should not spit out mantra as if they’re a saint themselves, because if you’re a Buddhist you should care not if someone else is idolizing him in a peaceful manner, and instead you should focus on his timeless teaching. Somebody got money to make a statue of his holiness, it’s their business and not yours. If you got money to help the poor, you could always do it yourself instead of preaching. This idea can also be applied to Christianity and other peaceful religions. I’m not recommending anyone to idolizing a cult’s figure and go crazy on normal folks, because the whole idea is to worship and idolize a peaceful deity and in this way peace can exist among our brethren and sistren.