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GUEST,Hector Ballsworthy, the Independent Press BS: The Mother of all BS threads (59138* d) RE: BS: The Mother of all BS threads 26 Jan 09


Of COURSE they are related! THAT's the key! It is through the management of carp...artificially gilded carp I might add...passed off as goldfish and distributed to pet stores and Chinese restaurants worldwide, that the Lizard Men plan to secure ultimate power! Each fish will carry a small microwave and radio transmitter that will beam their mind-control program in all directions.

But.....and this is no small but....they still LACK the vital infusion from the Rutledge bloodlines! It truly horrifies me that that only thing standing between us and our collective enslavement or annihilation as free homo sapiens on this planet is one shockingly conceited high society woman in a state of perpetual denial....and her even more shockingly conceited and naive niece who is concerning herself with dreadful rubbish like a bright pink Porsche and 789 pairs of frightfully expensive shoes! It is tragic. These are the people who should be leading us out of the darkness into the light of hope, resistance, and triumph over the Dark Overlords, and what are they doing? BUYING PINK PORSCHES and dreaming about remodeling a country inn!!!!!!!!!!

Am I the only one left who is sane?

Send your thoughts and your monetary support to Hector Ballsworthy, the Independent Press, 12 Horse End, Bollockshatham on Tweed, Kent, UK.


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