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Old 28-09-2014, 08:32 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by lightgiver View Post

"From The Grassy Knoll" with Vyzygoth...

Nixon - 1970's, Cambodia, Middle East Wars, "The City" of London, Poem -Rudyard Kipling, NATO Pact, Knights Templars and Trade Routes, Chess and Checkerboard Floor, Mayflower Labor Day - Dover - Plymouth, Albagensians (Albigensians) and Cathars, Scottish Rite - French Grand Orient Lodge, York Rite - Grand Lodge of England, Monasteries - Dominican, Adam Weishaupt - Bavarian Lodge - Beenan Orden, A Federated World, Luther and Rosicrucians, Vatican's Mystery Religion, Shortwave Radio, Patriot Business, Membership Lists, Holy Grail - Emasculation - King Arthur, Spear of Destiny - Real Story, New York - Skull - York - Upper Room - 33 Vertebrae - Dante's Inferno - Heberacume, Borders of US - Canada marked by masonic obelisks, Re-Unification of the Americas, Masonic Marriage Matching - Eugenics, Ben Franklin - Madame Bouvier, A Vegetarian World - Hinduism - Brahmans, Aleister Crowley and Occult, OTO, Dalai Lama - Pope - Shepherds to Lead the Flock..

Bram Stoker's former home, Kildare Street, Dublin, Ireland..The Stokers moved to London, where Stoker became acting manager and then business manager of Irving's Lyceum Theatre, London, a post he held for 27 years...

In the episode, Ash and his friends find at the local Pokémon Center that there is something wrong with the Poké Ball transmitting device..The episode is infamous for certain repetitive visual effects which induced photosensitive epileptic seizures in a substantial number of Japanese viewers, an incident referred to as the "Pokémon Shock" (ポケモンショック Pokemon Shokku?) by the Japanese press. 685 viewers were taken to hospitals; two people remained hospitalized for more than two weeks. Due to this, the episode has not been rebroadcast worldwide. After the incident, the Pokémon anime went into a 4-month hiatus, and it returned on TV Tokyo in April 16, 1998. Since then, the episode has been parodied and referenced in cultural media, including The Simpsons and South Park."Dennō Senshi Porygon" aired in Japan on December 16, 1997 at 6:30 PM Japan Standard Time (09:30 UTC).. The episode, which was broadcast over 37 TV stations that Tuesday night, held the highest ratings for its time slot, and was watched by approximately 4.6 million brainwashed households...

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