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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Vatican City Explained

You Must see this guy - wonderful work - funny - very very interesting - watch out - you might learn something - never fear - I've forgotten to remember already,

Monday, September 24, 2012

Steady as she goes - patience on the plateaus

Name Change Process is on a plateau
Many people are actively trying out using my name, which is nice

The number of people dropping by to discuss the name change has been reduced to close to zero

Some, I'm sure, are bravely ignoring any change message.

But overall, my feeling is for now, I have done enough promotion of my new name.

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Another fine conspiracy

Fire erupts in building on White House grounds - The White House-
WASHINGTON - A fire broke out near Vice President Dick Cheney's ceremonial office in a building next to the White House on Wednesday, forcing hundreds of people to evacuate.

Cheney was in the White House with President Bush when the blaze began, and everyone inside the building was evacuated safely, White House officials said

This is the kind of article I'm sure could be a grand conspiracy... Think of the Movie Plots!

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Saturday, October 27, 2007

another link to an article you won't read cause you don't know I'm here

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

more on William Gibson - because you should know his work

The 'spooky' worlds of William Gibson -
The 'spooky' worlds of William Gibson * Story Highlights * William Gibson's new novel is "Spook Country" * Novel a story of crossroads of technology, humanity, truth, reality * Gibson coined term "cyberspace"; writer speaks with an amused wonder * Next Article in Entertainment » By Todd Leopold CNN Decrease font Decrease font Enlarge font Enlarge font (CNN) -- It's an illusion, William Gibson says. A trick. Fiction is a construct that plays with your mind, creating a world within. Gibson William Gibson's recent books take place in a murky, techno-infused present. "A high-res realism," the author calls it. "It's a trick, but I love it." That shared illusion of author and reader fascinates him. "One human being sits down and makes black marks on white paper, and somewhere on the other side of the world someone sits down and interprets black marks on white paper. ... It's an amazing thing," he says in a phone interview. "It's like the movies without the projector. It's like the movies without the screen. And it's kind of immortal in some weird way. You can sit down and get the ... experience direct from Charles Dickens." * * * * *

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Friday, September 07, 2007

No other reason than I want you to read it.

Through the Looking Glass -
Through the Looking Glass
The Post-9/11 Era Has Caught Up With William Gibson's Vision

By Joel Garreau
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, September 6, 2007; Page C01

Southwest Washington is an antique vision of the future. It's mid-century's idea of "progress," a never-to-be-repeated experiment in bulldozing shabby if genuine neighborhoods and replacing them with chilly high-rise modernity. To this day it struggles to present much sense of life or soul.

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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Market Bet suggests big crash a comin'

Market Crash Forecast Suggests New 9/11
Market Crash Forecast Suggests New 9/11
Mystery trader bets on huge downturn that could only be preceded by catastrophe

Prison Planet | August 27, 2007
Paul Joseph Watson

A mystery trader risks losing around $1 billion dollars after placing 245,000 put options on the Dow Jones Eurostoxx 50 index, leading many analysts to speculate that a stock market crash preceded by a new 9/11 style catastrophe could take place within the next month.

The anonymous trader only stands to make money if the market crashes by a third to a half before September 21st, which is when the put options expire. A put option is a financial contract between two parties, the buyer and the writer (seller) of the option, in which the buyer stands to benefit only if the price of the asset falls.

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Poetry, Self Help, Random Thought