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Old 12-26-2010, 07:35 AM
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Apparently along with not being able to present a logical argument or talk civil, you can't spell or use proper English. Get an education and come back little boy. Maybe your daddy can help.

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Old 12-26-2010, 07:42 AM
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wow !!!

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Old 12-26-2010, 08:01 AM
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I'm not the smartest guy, but I pull an A average in college. I didn't do well in High School because I saw it as a joke (American public school system is - thank you liberals) and I didn't care
So I should be delusional? Nervous or neurotic? Hmmmm...
I'm punctual and Mr. Reliable to my Platoon.
My integrity is intact
What am I to be ashamed about?
I'm very social. When I'm back in the States I'm always out and about - Masons, Kappa Sigma, college, friends, work, and so on.
I've never made a major mistake twice.
Incapacity to love? Talk to my ex about that. She may be my ex, but we're still great friends and lovers, just not dating. Her decision.
I do love a good bourbon, but never to an extreme that affected my friends, family, or work.
I'd never ever consider suicide, it would kill my mom.
I'm satisfied with my sex life...well, not in Iraq I'm not as no fraternization and there is a supply sergeant I could get friendly with.
Actually I'm following through with my plans. After the deployment I start my new life on the other side of the country and possibly the world.
I wouldn't say I need constant stimulation, but I do get bored easily
I'm financially secure (just finished paying off a brand new truck - that's nice to say). Also, I had to support a friend for a year while his now ex-wife sucked his account dry, and still pay my bills.
I'm a model citizen with a few speeding tickets.
I couldn't have had a delinquent juvenile life. My dad is a senior cop and I wouldn't have survived my teen years if I had put my toe out of line. Like I've said, the only thing on my record is a few speeding tickets.
I have long term goals that are slowly coming to fruition.



Yes, that's it. Don't fit in with your narrow views, we need to get drugged up. People need to get off the pills and live naturally. Do some need it? Sure, but Christ, not every person needs to take pills.

I think u have had to much bourbon


why u telling me all this u fool.. i could care less about u..

go suck a straw !!

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Old 12-26-2010, 08:05 AM
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Apparently along with not being able to present a logical argument or talk civil, you can't spell or use proper English. Get an education and come back little boy. Maybe your daddy can help.

what the freakin hell are u talking about...man, u r gone !!!
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Old 12-26-2010, 08:12 AM
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So what is the link behind these publications and freemasonry? After a cursory glance I couldn't find any information where these men were speaking of, about, or to Freemasons.

what the hell are u talking about ????
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Old 12-26-2010, 08:16 AM
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mentally deranged !!!

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Old 12-26-2010, 08:18 AM
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wackooooooos !!

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Old 12-26-2010, 08:25 AM
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NOW, u see behind the scenes of a freek mason...
totally into a phantom being talking to them.. lol !!! it worked.

Now u see, ladies and gentlemen, the minds and character of a freemason... stay tuned...

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Old 12-26-2010, 09:15 AM
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The ritual of Freemasonry was based on incestuous acts, the deceptions and frauds of Zeus, which he practiced on his mother Demeter, and upon his daughter. These acts are re-enacted before the initiate to impress him with the moral teachings of the "mysteries."


The "natural law," once practiced by mankind, before the codified law was given at Mt. Sinai, had become obscured by men's sins; it was no longer a clear guide to human behavior. The idea of "Let your conscience be your guide," has never proved workable, because natural man is sinful. The Bible says that even the very imagination of his heart are "only evil continually. "(Gen. 6:5).................

Near the ancient ruins of Ur Mind !!!

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Old 12-26-2010, 11:12 AM
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I think u have had to much bourbon
Actually while I'm deployed I cannot drink as the Army has a no alcohol policy.

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why u telling me all this u fool.. i could care less about u..

go suck a straw !!
I post to counter your lies.
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