(OFF") "BRAIN": significant past or future

mike c insect.brain at GMAIL.COM
Fri May 24 12:11:45 EDT 2013

Oops, sorry, and of course I meant "die" trying
However, actual people in important enough places may have to, in the process.
What the hell is wrong with people over here.
yes, happy birthday Albert
bye now

On 5/24/13, mike c <insect.brain at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 5/24/13, mike c <insect.brain at gmail.com> wrote:
>> If Americans do not DEMAND America back, we are heading into hell FAST
>> indeed.
>> You better not hand me a war game reality on our own turf.
>> On 5/24/13, mike c <insect.brain at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello Jon, good to see you checking in again and this gives me a
>>> chance to mention my concern
>>> I too, have been focused on "the last days of may", and also thinking
>>> about Albert's b-day.
>>> But i confess. i am afraid. Everything over here is insane. I heard
>>> the mainstream media has told the public to "mark the 31st" on the
>>> calendar, since a huge space rock (whatever) is cruising through that
>>> "should be safe" but "better stock up on canned goods".
>>> It seems like the trigger of disaster to tighten the reigns of NWO
>>> over here could be/seems to be so impending. Whatever it ends up being
>>> Could the brave people please step forward, it is time to save this
>>> county now or bravely die trying.
>>> the public are so hypnotised and brainwashed.
>>> On 5/24/13, Jonathan Jarrett <jjarrett at coriolis.greenend.org.uk> wrote:
>>>>  	Dear all,
>>>>  		  emerging briefly into the present, I've just had the
>>>> following series of thoughts.
>>>> 1) It is snowing right now in Oxford, UK.
>>>> 2) It is *snowing* at the end of May.
>>>> 3) Heh, the last days of May no less.
>>>> 4) In fact blimey it's actually the 24th!
>>>>  	I actually realised this while on the phone to my ex Kirsten, whom
>>>> one or two of you will remember, and she replied, "Oh well, happy
>>>> birthday
>>>> Al" and her three-year-old daughter took up the chant without knowing
>>>> who
>>>> it was about, so they're now playing some Brain Surgeons to fix that.
>>>> Al, generations and cities across the UK salute you :-) Yours,
>>>>  								Jon
>>>> --
>>>>    Jonathan Jarrett       "There is scarce any tradition or popular
>>>> error
>>>> Medievalist historian    but stands also delivered by some good
>>>> author."
>>>>         Oxford           (Sir Thomas Browne, "Pseudodoxia Epidemica",
>>>> 1646)

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