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Topic: JSH's second coming.
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Re: JSH's second coming.
Posted: Nov 15, 2011 4:30 PM
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"porky_pig_jr@my-deja.com" <porky_pig_jr@my-deja.com> wrote:

> JSH aficionados, rejoice! HE finally came back, in the guise of Herc.
> See the thread
> http://groups.google.com/group/sci.math/browse_thread/thread/a9a850a405c63458/
> f2fd515cdcc8ca48#f2fd515cdcc8ca48
> I've been using infinite knowledge from God to post in sci.math for 10
> years.
> I don't care what what a bunch of monkeys think... because you can't
> actually!
> TP is about the closest to genuine human thought, the rest of you are
> hedonist behavourist rudimentary muscle control only.
> You're all thick as monkeys! Remove the text book verbatim from
> sci.math and you're no different to alt.kooks alt.config
> alt.silly.little.newsgroup alt.2600
> not a brain cell among you!
> You all spout RUBBISH NON STOP!
> I'm the ONLY PERSON WHO SPEAKS THE TRUTH, and every true statement I
> make gets puked on my ignoramus monkeys who think they are top of the
> food chain mathematicians.
> You're not! None of you! You're PRE ADAM AND EVE! Distant cousins
> to human beings, Neanderthals at best!
> The problem is you are all so incredibly thick, stubborn and you're
> all so full of yourselves, despite your obvious inadequacies, none of
> can comprehend the truth... you are monkeys without the cuteness, or
> politeness.
> Just genetic waste all of you.
> Herc

This doesn't sound like JSH at all.

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