One spot left to fill in RP

In a newly reset RP of mine, there is only one spot left needed to be taken. The role of a Human and the Water Dragon he has a pact with. For the sake of gender ratio, I prefer the remaining character to be a guy since it’s all we need to have an even number of both male and female in the RP. The Dragon can be either gender.

This is an RP that took 2 other previous setting forms and some nice inspired planning to finally bring to life and is assigned to surly have a long lasting adventure that will extend through many Chapters if those that join allow it to live that long.

So I’m looking for a good and literate RPer to play the role of a Male Human and a Water Dragon. For further details, please follow this link to the RP itself.



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the Dragons of Mt. Dromdor have been terrorizing the peaceful villages for months, and then the heroes showed up, to slay them.


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‘Paranormal Activity 4’ earns $29M at box office

The latest chapter in the “Paranormal Activity” saga didn’t capture as much attention at the box office as previous films.

Paramount’s “Paranormal Activity 4″ debuted at No. 1 with $29 million, a big drop from the $40 million and $50 million opening weekends of the past two installments.

The top 20 movies at U.S. and Canadian theaters Friday through Sunday, followed by distribution studio, gross, number of theater locations, average receipts per location, total gross and number of weeks in release, as compiled Monday by are:

1. “Paranormal Activity 4,” Paramount, $29,003,866, 3,412 locations, $8,501 average, $29,003,866, one week.

2. “Argo,” Warner Bros., $16,445,475, 3,247 locations, $5,065 average, $43,011,964, two weeks.

3. “Taken 2,” Fox, $13,260,870, 3,489 locations, $3,801 average, $105,832,339, three weeks.

4. “Hotel Transylvania,” Sony, $13,001,434, 3,384 locations, $3,842 average, $118,522,389, four weeks.

5. “Alex Cross,” Summit, $11,396,768, 2,539 locations, $4,489 average, $11,396,768, one week.

6. “Sinister,” Summit, $8,815,475, 2,542 locations, $3,468 average, $31,735,643, two weeks.

7. “Here Comes the Boom,” Sony, $8,407,201, 3,014 locations, $2,789 average, $23,131,529, two weeks.

8. “Pitch Perfect,” Universal, $6,756,430, 2,660 locations, $2,540 average, $45,516,778, four weeks.

9. “Frankenweenie,” Disney, $4,329,358, 2,362 locations, $1,833 average, $28,238,779, three weeks.

10. “Looper,” Sony, $4,202,687, 2,223 locations, $1,891 average, $57,842,819, four weeks.

11. “Seven Psychopaths,” CBS Films, $3,273,480, 1,480 locations, $2,212 average, $9,161,472, two weeks.

12. “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” Summit, $2,153,247, 745 locations, $2,890 average, $9,123,872, five weeks.

13. “End of Watch,” Open Road Films, $826,809, 751 locations, $1,101 average, $37,895,571, five weeks.

14. “Trouble With the Curve,” Warner Bros., $729,354, 925 locations, $788 average, $34,084,572, five weeks.

15. “Atlas Shrugged: Part II,” Atlas Distribution, $613,889, 945 locations, $650 average, $2,859,980, two weeks.

16. “The Master,” Weinstein Co., $520,677, 412 locations, $1,264 average, $14,738,213, six weeks.

17. “House at the End of the Street,” Relativity, $468,298, 746 locations, $628 average, $30,782,862, five weeks.

18. “Brave,” Disney, $421,577, 277 locations, $1,522 average, $235,044,709, 18 weeks.

19. “The Dark Knight Rises,” Warner Bros., $359,509, 345 locations, $1,042 average, $446,764,067, 14 weeks.

20. “Student of the Year,” Eros International, $326,508, 106 locations, $3,080 average, $326,508, one week.




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Is AJ Lee the worst GM of all time?

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To answer the headline to this story, no. The worst General Manager in history is Mike Adamle by a long shot. In the aftermath of AJ Lee?s shocking resignation on Monday Night Raw, however, it?s worth wondering where the now-former authority figure would rank among the most ineffective and eccentric leaders in the history of Monday night?s hottest show, including the likes of Eric Bischoff, ?Mr. Excitement? John Laurinaitis and that notorious aforementioned mangler of monikers.

The reign of a Raw General Manager averages to about 205 days, and although that time period isn?t lengthy by any means, AJ Lee bowed out at 92 days ? less than half the average. Granted, AJ?s all-too-brief tenure as GM has been fraught with peril since taking on these new responsibilities in July, but how many of those problems were the result of AJ?s own unhinged decision-making process? From attacking Vickie Guerrero to forcing Kane and her fianc? Daniel Bryan to undergo anger management therapy to slapping Paul Heyman across the face, AJ has made business very personal on Raw, and the WWE Board of Directors has been keeping a very close eye on her for good reason.

It was AJ?s notorious inability to separate her business and personal lives that would ultimately spell the end of her reign as Raw GM. On Monday night, the feisty Diva ? whom the WWE Board placed on probation in early October ? announced that her self-ousting is due to allegations of fraternizing with a Superstar on the roster. (WATCH | PHOTOS)

That Superstar was later revealed to be John Cena, who recently had a ?business dinner? with the Raw GM. Both AJ and the Cenation leader denied that anything salacious transpired during or after that meal, but Mr. McMahon affirmed that there was ?incriminating evidence? that left the WWE Board with no choice but to ask AJ for her resignation. This conspicuous turn of events put Guerrero in place to serve as Raw?s Managing Supervisor, a role that will no doubt work in her favor when a new General Manager is ultimately appointed.

Coincidences are rare in WWE, especially when The Queen Diva is involved, but what if there was more to that dinner than AJ and Cena are letting on? If AJ?s fraternization with Cena went beyond a mere business dinner ? while she was on probation, no less ? then the title of ?Worst GM Ever? just might have a new No. 1 contender. (POLL: WAS AJ LEE SET UP?)

Although it remains unclear exactly what transpired during that evening repast with the 12-time World Champion, the unorthodox Diva noted on Raw that she?s aware that she?s been on thin ice for quite some time. With AJ?s admission of her shortcomings, it?s difficult to blame her too harshly for not living up to the loftiest of expectations. She might not have made a major impact as Raw GM, but at least she never subjected the WWE Universe to so-called ?People Power,? interrupted Raw broadcasts with incessant emails or waxed poetic about the likes of ?MC Punk? or ?Randy Norton.? Sorry, Mr. Adamle.

So what?s next for AJ? The unpredictable Diva explained on Raw that she?s gone ?from being homeless to being the boss,? due in no small part to her lifelong tenacity. Now that AJ is no longer running Raw, her schedule has certainly opened up, and judging by her hair-pulling brawl with Raw?s new Managing Supervisor, her buttoned-up lifestyle has hardly hindered her fighting spirit. Perhaps the most exciting chapter of the AJ Lee saga is about to begin.

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Informant: NYPD paid me to ‘bait’ Muslims

This handout photo provided by Jamill Noorata, taken May 3, 2012, shows Shamiur Rahman, left, sitting with Siraj Wahhaj at John Jay Community College in New York. Rahman, a 19-year-old American of Bengali descent who has now denounced his work, was a paid informant for the New York Police Department’s intelligence unit was under orders to ?bait? Muslims into saying bad things as he lived a double life, snapping pictures inside mosques and collecting the names of innocent people attending study groups on Islam, he told The Associated Press. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Jamill Noorata)

This handout photo provided by Jamill Noorata, taken May 3, 2012, shows Shamiur Rahman, left, sitting with Siraj Wahhaj at John Jay Community College in New York. Rahman, a 19-year-old American of Bengali descent who has now denounced his work, was a paid informant for the New York Police Department’s intelligence unit was under orders to ?bait? Muslims into saying bad things as he lived a double life, snapping pictures inside mosques and collecting the names of innocent people attending study groups on Islam, he told The Associated Press. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Jamill Noorata)

(AP) ? A paid informant for the New York Police Department’s intelligence unit was under orders to “bait” Muslims into saying incriminating things as he lived a double life, snapping pictures inside mosques and collecting the names of innocent people attending study groups on Islam, he told The Associated Press.

Shamiur Rahman, a 19-year-old American of Bengali descent who has now denounced his work as an informant, said police told him to embrace a strategy called “create and capture.” He said it involved creating a conversation about jihad or terrorism, then capturing the response to send to the NYPD. For his work, he earned as much as $1,000 a month and goodwill from the police after a string of minor marijuana arrests.

“We need you to pretend to be one of them,” Rahman recalled the police telling him. “It’s street theater.”

Rahman, who said he plans to move to the Caribbean, said he now believes his work as an informant against Muslims in New York was “detrimental to the Constitution.” After he disclosed to friends details about his work for the police ? and after he told the police that he had been contacted by the AP ? he stopped receiving text messages from his NYPD handler, “Steve,” and his handler’s NYPD phone number was disconnected.

Rahman’s account shows how the NYPD unleashed informants on Muslim neighborhoods, often without specific targets or criminal leads. Much of what Rahman said represents a tactic the NYPD has denied using.

The AP corroborated Rahman’s account through arrest records and weeks of text messages between Rahman and his police handler. The AP also reviewed the photos Rahman sent to police. Friends confirmed Rahman was at certain events when he said he was there, and former NYPD officials, while not personally familiar with Rahman, said the tactics he described were used by informants.

Informants like Rahman are a central component of the NYPD’s wide-ranging programs to monitor life in Muslim neighborhoods since the 2001 terrorist attacks. Police officers have eavesdropped inside Muslim businesses, trained video cameras on mosques and collected license plates of worshippers. Informants who trawl the mosques ? known informally as “mosque crawlers” ? tell police what the imam says at sermons and provide police lists of attendees, even when there’s no evidence they committed a crime.

The programs were built with unprecedented help from the CIA.

Police recruited Rahman in late January, after his third arrest on misdemeanor drug charges, which Rahman believed would lead to serious legal consequences. An NYPD plainclothes officer approached him in a Queens jail and asked whether he wanted to turn his life around.

The next month, Rahman said, he was on the NYPD’s payroll.

NYPD spokesman Paul Browne did not immediately return a message seeking comment about Tuesday. He has denied widespread NYPD spying, saying police only follow leads.

In an Oct. 15 interview with the AP, however, Rahman said he received little training and spied on “everything and anyone.” He took pictures inside the many mosques he visited and eavesdropped on imams. By his own measure, he said he was very good at his job and his handler never once told him he was collecting too much, no matter whom he was spying on.

Rahman said he thought he was doing important work protecting New York City and considered himself a hero.

One of his earliest assignments was to spy on a lecture at the Muslim Student Association at John Jay College in Manhattan. The speaker was Ali Abdul Karim, the head of security at the Masjid At-Taqwa mosque in Brooklyn. The NYPD had been concerned about Karim for years and already had infiltrated the mosque, according to NYPD documents obtained by the AP.

Rahman also was instructed to monitor the student group itself, though he wasn’t told to target anyone specifically. His NYPD handler, Steve, told him to take pictures of people at the events, determine who belonged to the student association and identify its leadership.

On Feb. 23, Rahman attended the event with Karim and listened, ready to catch what he called a “speaker’s gaffe.” The NYPD was interested in buzz words such as “jihad” and “revolution,” he said. Any radical rhetoric, the NYPD told him, needed to be reported.

Talha Shahbaz, then the vice president of the student group, met Rahman at the event. As Karim was finishing his talk on Malcolm X’s legacy, Rahman told Shahbaz that he wanted to know more about the student group. They had briefly attended the same high school in Queens.

Rahman said he wanted to turn his life around and stop using drugs, and said he believed Islam could provide a purpose in life. In the following days, Rahman friended him on Facebook and the two exchanged phone numbers. Shahbaz, a Pakistani who came to the U.S. more three years ago, introduced Rahman to other Muslims.

“He was telling us how he loved Islam and it’s changing him,” said Asad Dandia, who also became friends with Rahman.

Secretly, Rahman was mining his new friends for details about their lives, taking pictures of them when they ate at restaurants and writing down license plates on the orders of the NYPD.

On the NYPD’s instructions, he went to more events at John Jay, including when Siraj Wahhaj spoke in May. Wahhaj, 62, is a prominent but controversial New York imam who has attracted the attention of authorities for years. Prosecutors included his name on a 3 ?-page list of people they said “may be alleged as co-conspirators” in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, though he was never charged. In 2004, the NYPD placed Wahhaj on an internal terrorism watch list and noted: “Political ideology moderately radical and anti-American.”

That evening at John Jay, a friend took a photograph of Wahhaj with a grinning Rahman.

Rahman said he kept an eye on the MSA and used Shahbaz and his friends to facilitate traveling to events organized by the Islamic Circle of North America and Muslim American Society. The society’s annual convention in Hartford, Conn, draws a large number of Muslims and plenty of attention from the NYPD. According to NYPD documents obtained by the AP, the NYPD sent three informants there in 2008 and was keeping tabs on the group’s former president.

Rahman was told to spy on the speakers and collect information. The conference was dubbed “Defending Religious Freedom.” Shahbaz paid Rahman’s travel expenses.

Rahman, who was born in Queens, said he never witnessed any criminal activity or saw anybody do anything wrong.

He said he sometimes intentionally misinterpreted what people had said. For example, Rahman said he would ask people what they thought about the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya, knowing the subject was inflammatory. It was easy to take statements out of context, he said. He said wanted to please his NYPD handler, whom he trusted and liked.

“I was trying to get money,” Rahman said. “I was playing the game.”

Rahman said police never discussed the activities of the people he was assigned to target for spying. He said police told him once, “We don’t think they’re doing anything wrong. We just need to be sure.”

On some days, Rahman’s spent hours and covered miles in his undercover role. On Sept. 16, for example, he made his way in the morning to the Al Farooq Mosque in Brooklyn, snapping photographs of an imam and the sign-up sheet for those attending a regular class on Islamic instruction. He also provided their cell phone numbers to the NYPD. That evening he spied on people at Masjid Al-Ansar, also in Brooklyn.

Text messages on his phone showed that Rahman also took pictures last month of people attending the 27th annual Muslim Day Parade in Manhattan. The parade’s grand marshal was New York City Councilman Robert Jackson.

Rahman said he eventually tired of spying on his friends, noting that at times they delivered food to needy Muslim families. He said he once identified another NYPD informant spying on him. He took $200 more from the NYPD and told them he was done as an informant. He said the NYPD offered him more money, which he declined. He told friends on Facebook in early October that he had been a police spy but had quit. He also traded Facebook messages with Shahbaz, admitting he had spied on students at John Jay.

“I was an informant for the NYPD, for a little while, to investigate terrorism,” he wrote on Oct. 2. He said he no longer thought it was right. Perhaps he had been hunting terrorists, he said, “but I doubt it.”

Shahbaz said he forgave Rahman.

“I hated that I was using people to make money,” Rahman said. “I made a mistake.”


Staff writer David Caruso in New York contributed to this story.

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