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New York City Killer Girls

"Lady GaGa brought her mammoth 'Monster Ball Tour' to the UK last night for a spectacular Manchester show which saw the star make 15 costume changes."

"The first American chess tournament was held in New York in 1843."

"Relatives of a computer programmer from Doncaster who was buried as an unknown man in a New York cemetery have filed a damages claim against US authorities. Richard Massey, 27, was reported missing shortly before Christmas 2002."

This is group that could be about anything and everything in addition to the various connotations of the group title, which could, of itself, mean nothing at all.

This group could take years to evolve, if it ever does. There is no promise to provide people with supernal images and pearls of wisdom. I will do what I can in my own time. Images I upload may not seem relevant, but if challenged I can provide the relevance. I will just make up something. You can always find a connection between one thing and another if you are word games player.

I see these groups as a kind of museum or art gallery of cool things. They are like scrapbooks which can be shared. I like to debate but I don't find many debaters on-line. I wonder if it's my neutral style, or is it just other people. It's an enduring mystery. I wonder why people who do talk disappear. I wonder if secert agencies disappear people with intellect.

If you are a networker for some creative project, this group may suit, because I have access to a considerable network of my own.

The usual key words thrown in for the unwary: Amazons. Anakim. Babeocracy. Ponerology.

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