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    So you're in San Dumpego, eh?

    When we were in Santdump Cruz we drove by a beach where the gliders like to go. There were dozens.

    We went to the bean beach north of there which is all smooth polished stones. It's amazing. The large rocks have been carved out in strange patterns.

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    it's hot and sunny here in Houdump today..
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    Quote Originally posted by NotAPretender View Post
    that's not bad....

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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    So you're in San Dumpego, eh?

    When we were in Santdump Cruz we drove by a beach where the gliders like to go. There were dozens.

    We went to the bean beach north of there which is all smooth polished stones. It's amazing. The large rocks have been carved out in strange patterns.
    Pronounced: San Dump-e-ago...yeah, I like it.
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    mmm....tasty....
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    Back from OZ...basement/garage was flooded...karma because I had a premonition it would happen and did not fully prepare.
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    Bummer Mr. Dumpster.

    that book has grabbed me by the way...I have quite a bit to say on it...but I gotta go right now...
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    What book ?

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    I think NAP is talking about “Programmed to Kill” by Dave McGowan.

    https://www.amazon.com/Programmed-Ki...rammed+to+kill
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    His history of the Manson case was fascinating and it makes almost too much sense. I remember back in the early 70's wondering why a guy that wanted to start a race war would target hi-status Italians. Wasp's i could understand. When the author pointed out the drugs and organized crime it all fell together.

    I'm still not convinced about the Satanic Cult, Mind-Control, and other aspects. While it does makes sense the mass murderers and serial killers (he doesn't draw a strong enough demarcation between the two groups) would have Satanic cult connections simply due to the fact that it is in the nature of what they obsess about. Death, blood, power, control, murder, sexual perversion. It is precisely that that trips their triggers.
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