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

Altbouch altbouch at GMAIL.COM
Fri May 24 16:31:47 EDT 2013

Thanks for the birthday wishes. I hope you all have a good day too. Don't sweat the small stuff and be grateful for the things you do have (Like an awesome music collection);-).

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On May 24, 2013, at 12:08 PM, 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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