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Topic: Three Keyed Locks
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Mike

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Re: Three Keyed Locks
Posted: Jan 17, 2013 3:37 PM
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On Jan 17, 12:32 pm, Kevin <barry196...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Three keyed locks always work... so how could I be under a three keyed
> lock? Three keyed locks objectify the trust and confidence that the
> government has for science... Assurances tendered by the science
> community guarantee that three keyed locks always work... so how could
> I be under a three keyed lock? I am under America's three keyed lock
> because Eurasia has a differant three keyed lock, don't ya see? I can
> be under America's three keyed lock... IF I HAVE A DIFFERANT THREE
> KEYED LOCK TO COMPARE WITH IT!!!
>
> ***AMERICA, SCIENCE HAS BETRAYED YOU TO THE ENEMY!!!***
>
> Well, what the real deal is is that... I'm not snubbing Hawking just
> because I'm no longer his student... Glass is a safety issue...
> Hawking is made of glass... What academe needs is for me to be a
> **HARD NUT** even though in reality, I'm affable and a pleasant man...
> Well, ya know, Hawking seems to have a thing for hemispheric is the
> way I'm seeing things... Hawking has the Eurasian hemisphere and I
> have the American hemisphere...


Can we trade?


Date Subject Author
1/17/13
Read Three Keyed Locks
Kevin
1/17/13
Read Re: Three Keyed Locks
Mike

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