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These days, a grassroots comedian from the Northeast has attracted a lot of attention. His name is Li Zheng, and he looks ordinary, but he is a highly educated grassroots artist with a master's degree in physics. Li Zheng has studied and worked abroad for many years and has excellent logical thinking ability. Currently, he works in a bank in Shenyang and speaks crosstalk part-time at Dingtai Tea House in his spare time.
The reason why Li Zheng has attracted widespread attention is because his comments on Guo Degang and Deyun Society in the live broadcast room have caused a lot of controversy. Some people say that he is rubbing the heat, and he admits it openly. Others called him "Tsunade Hei", to which he also confessed, saying that this is because some Deyun Society fans often attack others online, so he decided to expose their master.
So Li Zheng re-read Guo Degang's brother-in-law's "Qinkou Said: Deyun Society in My Eyes" and found the logical loopholes in it, vowing to clear the wrongs of those who were attacked. One of the stories comes from "Qinkou Talk", that is, "Cao Yunjin made a big fuss about Guo Degang's birthday banquet".
Li Zheng began to question: "Why did Luan Yunping stand by at that time? Did Guo Degang's brother-in-law lie when he wrote the book? Who is the person who really bullied the ancestors? In this story, Cao Yunjin caused a storm because he was late. He specially reserved a place for him, and those sitting at that table were all veteran members of the Deyun Society. Li Zheng believes that there is nothing wrong with Cao Yunjin asking for a seat, and perhaps he cares whether he is suitable to sit in that position.
Next, Li Zheng raised more questions. If Cao Yunjin really scolded so fiercely at that time, why didn't anyone stop him? Would an ordinary unit gathering allow someone to stand up and scold people at the table? This can only show that everyone is eager to hear Cao Yunjin scold, otherwise they will not let him scold the entire banquet. And, if the situation is really as the book says, then why didn't any photos or videos come out that night and everyone was silent?
Li Zheng speculated that this scene was very strange. More than 200 people sat at more than ten tables, and Cao Yunjin was scolded the whole time, and no one stopped him. There is only one possibility, everyone wants to hear him scold, and no one stops him. Otherwise, Cao Yunjin's scolding to the first table would be stopped.
Then, Li Zheng further asked, why did Wang Hai wait until Cao Yunjin finished scolding before coming out to stop him? If he really wanted to stop Cao Yunjin, why didn't he strike when Cao Yunjin spoke? It all looks very weird.
Li Zheng also pointed out that if Shi Niang really knelt, it was in front of the apprentices who remained, not after Cao Yunjin walked away. This detail is important because it means that there were many people who supported Cao Yunjin at that time, and they were also making trouble. So, either Luan Yunping has a problem, or there is a problem with the description in the book.
In the end, Li Zheng came to the conclusion that it was not Cao Yunjin who really bullied and destroyed the ancestors, but the group of apprentices who remained. This incident revealed the disharmony within the unit, the lack of common values, the uneven hearts of the people, the eight immortals crossing the sea, and each other. In this case, no one dares to speak up, which is really puzzling.
All in all, Li Zheng raised many reasonable questions through an in-depth analysis of the story in "Qinkou Said", which made people rethink the situation at that time. This incident not only involved Guo Degang and Cao Yunjin, but also revealed some deeper problems, triggering people's reflection on unity and values within the unit. This is also a topic worthy of in-depth study and discussion.
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