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Re: [hreg] SOlar Power via the Moon - Personal Invitation

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  • Jimmy Garrett
    That sounds awesome. I d love to check that out. Sent from my iPhone
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 20, 2012
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      That sounds awesome. I'd love to check that out.

      Sent from my iPhone

      On Mar 20, 2012, at 10:41 PM, "Ralph Parrott" <ralph.parrott@...> wrote:


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      [Contact us] SOlar Power via the Moon - Personal Invitation


      13 Mar 2012 17:50:29 -0000






      Barrie Featherstone sent a message using the contact form at  
      My name is Barrie Featherstone I work in the marketing department of an adult  
      enrichment learning company located in the Upper Kirby section of town. On  
      Monday, April 2nd, we have a special guest speaker that you may be interested  
      in. The speaker's name is David Criswell, here is his wiki blurb  
      Dr. Criswell currently holds 18 patents in your field of expertise and has  
      invented processes that allow for the collection of Solar Energy and their  
      subsequent production and distribution in a microwave format that is lunar  
      based. Dr. Criswell has already testified to the Senate on this subject.  
      Would you and/or any members of your team be interested in attending this  
      lecture? There is no charge to attend but we will be taking voluntary  
      donations at the door that will be used to further the project goals.
      The class will run from 7 - 9 pm on the 6th floor at 2990 Richmond avenue,  
      Houston 77098-3109. You can register by calling 713-529-4414 between 9 AM and  
      5:30 PM Monday through Friday. If I can answer any questions you may have  
      feel free to email me back.
      PS you may also list it as an event for your general membership.
      Best wishes,
      Barrie A. Featherstone

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