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@kyle-culver
That is some lovely work. :heart_eyes:
Loved it.
Thanks @Crimsontine for sharing it here.

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Last weekend, I thought Hesperus :owl: was no more, and that Ariadne :cat: was why.

Here’s last weekend, in case you missed it…

This weekend, I’m not sure what to make of Ariadne, and 3 travellers are missing.

https://twitter.com/gregbuchanan/status/1307270721043869705?s=20

https://twitter.com/gregbuchanan/status/1307271040247226370?s=20

https://twitter.com/gregbuchanan/status/1307271988147302400?s=20

Thanks @MacForADay, for sharing all the subtleties with preservation. :sparkling_heart::sparkles:

Thanks, Greg Buchanan :writing_hand:

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My experiments with AI have finally paid off

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:man_superhero::tangerine::microphone:

SMOOTH, Wonce, Smooth :clap::clap::clap: Did Sean proud, NAILED IT :hammer:

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Here is the video. This is made by someone messing around with some AI…must find the tweet

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@sheralmyst Right here… :wink:

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@kyle-culver

MacGyver does take me back to my ‘Origins’ :tangerine:

BUT - I had no idea?

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That was colonel oneil, not McGiver, though.
Also, Grah means beans. Most often used as meaning “bean soup”, in fact.
(for real, though, it does)

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‘BEANS’ puts a whole new spin on Vy’Keen. :seedling: {(INSERT FART JOKE HERE)}

That face will always be MacGyver, to me. This was probably my favorite TV series, growing up. And honestly, given what’s on today, I think it still is. Although, I haven’t watched an episode since ‘:tangerine:.’

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Daniel is right, it means a lot of things. :slight_smile: I did a quick search and found that in Albanian it is a verb meaning to incite, bellow, roar or rattle. In Fiji Hindi it is a noun meaning planet (I also saw it mean world or home). In Serbo-Croatoan it was bean or bean soup. And in Slovene it was pea (as in the plant).

Many of those pointed to a root of Graha which took me into a big rabbit hole of astrology and ancient languages with various meanings like seizing, holding, stealing, or spoil. It could mean eclipse, planet, house, shark or crocodile. Others like tenacity, persistence, favour. A spoonful or a ladle. The middle of a bow or a movable point in the heavens. And the number nine (which maybe came from navagraha - nine planets) And in one culture it had something to do with a war.

Take your pick, but it seems that we are going to war with a crocodile on one of nine planets over the theft of a ladle of bean soup. Grah.

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It’s a very special anagram… :smirk:

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:person_fencing::crocodile:

Always felt Vy’Keen had the apearance of Croc Skin, and perhaps you have described our ‘Odyssey.’

Btw… ‘GRAH’ @ARGH !

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Origins

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:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: .

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One of these days the cops are going to get you, and all the drugs you’re quite obviously doing… :rofl:

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The new topic for Origins Era video.

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