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April 13th, 2018, 10:49 PM   #11
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I was just in one of my silly stir up the easy to offendys moods but fine yes god gave me the instructions in the bible can you please read some scripture instead of quarks and other mark twain nonsense
I don't read Twain, but I do read scripture.... and Lovecraft.

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Are you really this moronic or is idiocy currently fashionable in Ozland?
Oh my Adam is attracting the wrong kind of attention lately.
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Oh my Adam is attracting the wrong kind of attention lately.
Maybe Eve can reconcile his behavior.
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pretty sure my behavioral difficulties explains eve's absence nor non existence

Yes wrong type of attention oh how I miss the right type of attention from the internet which is I guess a bunch of emojis and memes but sure blame me here that will teach me <sarcasm>
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To me, anybody who believes in the fible, whoops bible,
is not playing with a full deck!

Didya'll know that DCLXVI=666 (every character except M).
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To me, anybody who believes in the fible, whoops bible,
is not playing with a full deck!

Didya'll know that DCLXVI=666 (every character except M).
The number of the beast might actually turn out to be 616 according to very old bibles!
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To me, anybody who believes in the fible, whoops bible,
is not playing with a full deck!
Newton was a big believer. Spent most of his time looking for coded messages in the Bible. He spent more time on that than on math and physics.
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Unbelievable! Entry in heaven depending on decoding ability?!
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April 14th, 2018, 09:43 AM   #19
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Unbelievable! Entry in heaven depending on decoding ability?!
In my day I was a pretty good coder, but I was never good at decoding, even with a decoder ring. I always knew that I was destined for hell's fires.

PS If I remember correctly, Newton was looking, among other things, for clues to the exact dimensions of Solomon's Temple.
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In my day I was a pretty good coder, but I was never good at decoding, even with a decoder ring. I always knew that I was destined for hell's fires.

PS If I remember correctly, Newton was looking, among other things, for clues to the exact dimensions of Solomon's Temple.
He was also an alchemist. He was looking for the so called "elixir vitae" which gives eternal life as well as the usual converting various substances into gold.

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