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Topic: Imperial Knight Sir Kevin
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Mike

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Registered: 12/20/08
Re: Imperial Knight Sir Kevin
Posted: Jan 29, 2013 7:19 PM
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On Jan 29, 2:51 pm, Kevin <barry196...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> On Jan 28, 6:27 pm, Kevin <barry196...@yahoo.com> wrote:
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> > It can't be the case that Sir Kevin is a Knight of the British Realm
> > because without ladies in waiting, knighthood is an empty honorific...
> > 'Imperial Knight Sir Kevin' is more appropriate because first of all,
> > the Supreme Court of the United States government is the most deeply
> > complexed entity of all when I speak of those having a masquerade
> > complex... Uh, why doesn't psychiatry transmute the gender of everyone
> > on the supreme court bench if that is the solution to the problem of
> > their having a masquerade complex? (Hilary and I are in denial that we
> > have any empathy for each other... Washington politics isn't tough,
> > Hilary... From the outside looking in, Washington politics is a
> > *MASQUERADE BALL*... I might have reason to feel threatened by Newt if
> > he and I should have any genuine empathy between us... It may be the
> > reason he doesn't seem to have any stress management issues.)Hacking
> > the internet for the sake of improving the security of the internet is
> > admittedly a ploy so what is the truth of the matter? The truth of the
> > matter is that banking is not threatened by hackers... Bankers would
> > love to be supportive of what hackers are trying to accomplish against
> > the government but for obvious reasons you're not going get
> > verification of that fact from them... I'm serious about the lion's
> > heart... The lion's heart is a very serious thing, don't you know... I
> > can objectify CERN is the space that is between myself and the
> > bathroom mirror and I can do it faster than anyone else on earth.

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> Lion's Heart (sans ladies in waiting) plus Elizabeth 'The Great' (sans
> ladies-in-waiting) equals Imperial Knighthood... There is structure to
> imperialism... Imperialism is objectifiable and objectified by The
> British... I'm not shocked by American ignorance in this regard but I
> am awed by the fact that The British Crown can teach me something I
> wouldn't have suspected.


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