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Re: the startling ... discovery of . . . 'Peer-Manure'! whoa!!

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  • ramblin_bullfrog
    At first glance, someone like myself could feel different and uninterested in what your link leads to; But upon further investigation, I find a place of deep
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      At first glance, someone like myself could feel different and
      uninterested in what your link leads to; But upon further
      investigation, I find a place of deep and well contiplated
      conversations and ideas.

      Thanks.



      --- In antigravityufotypepropulsion@yahoogroups.com, MessiahTwain
      <yonibluestar@y...> wrote:
      > fwd: NPA_Dissidents
      >
      > ~~
      > ~~~
      >
      > NPA colleagues all!
      >
      > how 'sweet' it is to live, to experience another month, year,
      > decade of 'fresh' meetings, discoveries, awakenings.
      >
      > ten years after the first publication, am now just a few days
      > from finishing the editing of "The Undiscovered Physics";
      > correcting perhaps a half-dozen typos, and 'rephrasing'
      > likely another half-dozen overly 'fragrant' (spicy, pungent,
      > simply-honest ... ) words and statements.
      >
      > ready for the second publication!
      >
      > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NaturalPhilosopHER/
      >
      > and joyously-giddy from re-opening of the tome/tomb,
      > uproariously-laughing at the 'aromas' wafting up from the
      > 'perfumed-language' at every reference to the rotting-
      > corpses (peers) of the pungent morgues (journals)
      > preserved by our bloated institution of 'science' fraud .
      >
      > coughing, gagging ... tears-overflowing ... as I overlay/
      > replace the oft-used word 'bullshit' with the words 'corrupt', or
      > 'deceit' or 'peer-manure'!
      >
      > how odiferously decadent!
      >
      > to have lived into another century, millennium, era ... and
      > witness the fall of another reeking-Church of abuse, Berlin
      > 'wall' of ignorance -- planetwide rubble-dusting.
      >
      > and watch that unwholesome (noxious) smog clear, and blow
      > away forever ...
      >
      > in the clear freshness of this new day.
      >
      > again, this, our one and only day,
      >
      > (not Saint Crispin's day!)
      >
      >
      >
      > Millennium Twain
      >
      > sans manure ...
      >
      > et tu?
      >
      > ..
      >
      > .
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