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>> No. 2042 Anonymous
23rd April 2012
Monday 1:39 am
2042 on the subject of Nexialism
I was reading through some fairly dead parts of the internet and discovered that General Semantics - the science upon which it is based and in turn inspires has an actual modern institute of its own.
You can just troll through their index and find all the actual information they provide (pdf, wmv and mp3 formats)
As they had Robert Anton Wilson speaking at a conference and he's definitely a /boo/ sort I thought you might be interested.
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>> No. 2350 Anonymous
16th January 2013
Wednesday 2:43 pm
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Well, maybe. It's not so much /boo/ as facebook being dicks, because;
More interestingly, if you use facebook with the akamai script blocked it now has
in the URL and all of the buttons and links (except home) refuse to do anything. It looks like image related.
Removing the extra bit of URL (manually or by clicking the home button) makes it work again.
>> No. 2351 Anonymous
16th January 2013
Wednesday 5:55 pm
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Not surprised - you've probably blocked the Javascript that Facebook runs with. People use CDNs such as Akamai to take the load of their own servers - its perfectly normal for them to do things like putting all their Javascript, CSS and images on there - makes the site faster for you and cheaper for them.
>> No. 2352 Anonymous
16th January 2013
Wednesday 6:18 pm
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That makes sense except for the bit where it's redirected me to the /?_fb_noscript=1 page.
>> No. 2353 Anonymous
16th January 2013
Wednesday 8:09 pm
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They'll have a bit of code that detects you haven't loaded the Javascript and so have redirected you to a page that still looks right, but doesn't do much. If they let you go to the normal Javascript-required page, it would probably look like shit if you tried to use it without having all the .js files and code you might need loaded - it's the same procedure if you had Javascript switched off in your browser.

All pretty normal in the world of big website.
>> No. 2354 Anonymous
16th January 2013
Wednesday 8:13 pm
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>Removing the extra bit of URL (manually or by clicking the home button) makes it work again.

>> No. 2032 Anonymous
16th April 2012
Monday 10:47 am
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>> No. 2320 Anonymous
24th December 2012
Monday 1:40 am
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If in doubt, cosmic rays. Early astronauts experienced bright flashes, which turned out to be cosmic radiation penetrating their craft and their eyelid and stimulating their retina.
>> No. 2321 Anonymous
24th December 2012
Monday 11:06 pm
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>but is it because they form a triangle?

Pretty much. Like them triangular UFOs, see?

Granted any old three points will form a triangle. But still.
>> No. 2322 Anonymous
24th December 2012
Monday 11:18 pm
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Three points won't form a triangle if they're overlaid or if they're in torus shaped space.
>> No. 2330 Anonymous
10th January 2013
Thursday 12:39 am
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It's not like we have satellites or anything orbiting Earth!
>> No. 2331 Anonymous
10th January 2013
Thursday 1:00 am
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>> No. 2179 Anonymous
11th October 2012
Thursday 11:25 pm
2179 So I was wondering...
Are there any other 'travelling men' on britfa.gs?
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>> No. 2293 Anonymous
7th December 2012
Friday 8:25 pm
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£25? I have to pay £35!
>> No. 2294 Anonymous
8th December 2012
Saturday 1:18 am
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She was 20 but she was the devil incarnate for penny pinching plus she and I were former chefs so we know how much we should really pay for a meal.


It does but I feel it is too expensive as far as I am concerned. No enough is done to lower fees paid for lodge dues and more money is poured into the RMBI instead.


Oh dear why do I get the feeling you might be from around or near to London?
>> No. 2295 Anonymous
8th December 2012
Saturday 1:22 am
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I'm in the south-east, yes, but not in London.
>> No. 2298 Anonymous
11th December 2012
Tuesday 11:26 am
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At our installation this year the meal cost us £16 each. That's West Yorkshire for you.
>> No. 2360 Anonymous
18th January 2013
Friday 12:20 pm
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They start telling you the 'juicy' secrets if you ever end up joining the scotish rite. A friends grandad was rather high up in it and he ended up inheriting a load of his documentation. its all crap as is to be expected really. things about what the 'true' pronouniation of gods name is. If you don't think the man is real it's hard to give a shit. Reminds me of scientology in that respect.

>> No. 1785 Anonymous
3rd October 2011
Monday 3:31 am
1785 godlikeproductions.com
Does anyone here visit this loonytunes site, and does anyone have any opinions on it? Must have been well over five years ago when I found it but I can't seem to permanently stay away from this cesspit. My own memorable experiences:

1) The stuff about Blair's government being stuffed to the gills with paedophiles and blackmailed by Murdoch and the FBI, and the subsequent mysterious deletion of those lengthy threads.

2) Finding out Prince Harry was in Afghanistan months before the press announced it via an anonymous GLP post.

3) Being permanently mystified by esoteric conspiracy theory (or are they ARGs?) with stuff about 'the woman of scars' in seemingly coded language.

4) Being mildly freaked out by the conspiracy theories about GLP - that user avatars are full of spyware, that Stanford Research Institute uses the site as a data mining experiment, that you can't talk about the Tavistock Institute on there etc.
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>> No. 2260 Anonymous
13th November 2012
Tuesday 2:43 pm
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I'm supposed to be seeing someone from the Tavistock Clinic next month.

What should I do?
>> No. 2262 Anonymous
13th November 2012
Tuesday 2:49 pm
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You will get on a London bus with explosives strapped to you and detonate them in Tavistock Square on 7/7, did you say?
>> No. 2263 Anonymous
13th November 2012
Tuesday 3:14 pm
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In all seriousness: don't let craziness like this thread prejudice you against meeting a mental health professional whom you might get on with. I know a very nice doctor who was Tavistock-trained.

The Tavistock Institute and the Tavistock Clinics share a name and little else, apparently.
>> No. 2281 Anonymous
20th November 2012
Tuesday 6:54 am
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I came very close to applying for an unpaid role as Trustee at the Tavistock Institute a few months ago - http://www.tavinstitute.org/news/detail.php?nid=172

I know that my CV would get me instant acceptance and I could, for a start, address the language some of the fucking idiots they have working for them use.

Decided against it when I reflected that like quite a few of fellow Russell group graduates in the UK, I am feeling very literally treasonous currently.
>> No. 2289 Anonymous
3rd December 2012
Monday 5:36 pm
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Jesus that is harsh, I feel sorry for the guy.

>> No. 2267 Anonymous
13th November 2012
Tuesday 10:41 pm
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UFOs are currently and quite suddenly trending on Google news.

Brooklyn, Texas, New Orleans, Indo-Chinese border, Preston, Tenerife and Scotland all mentioned there right now.

Also trending: Child Abuse, Large Hadron Collider.

>> No. 2119 Anonymous
15th July 2012
Sunday 10:34 am
2119 I, Pet Goat II by Heliofant

There's so much occult in this single video, almost every little detail is a message or reference.
My favourite is the Evolution Chart above the whiteboard showing a halo above the final stage of Man's head.

Analysis of the video (though they miss a lot):

Heliofant homepage- http://www.heliofant.com/
Details about I, Pet Goat II- http://www.heliofant.com/gallery.html
More about Heliofant- http://www.heliofant.com/heliofant.html
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>> No. 2135 Anonymous
15th July 2012
Sunday 2:06 pm
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Right... so it's a portrayal of the state of the worlds religions and media after 9/11? Some sort of... spiritual zeitgeist? Promise of a new world order, what with the crumbling churches and buildings. They're made of ice to represent transience? Climate change?

Oh fuck it, it's hardly a coherent message if you're sticking a dozen symbolic features in every frame. This would seem to be one made for people to analyse rather than a direct statement of any sort.

>The reference to pentacostalism (the fire at the heart of suffering) in the film's description is a huge clue as to the studio's motives.

May I ask what you think the studios motives are?
>> No. 2136 Anonymous
15th July 2012
Sunday 2:24 pm
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I think the studio and filmmakers' motives are purely evangelical and promoting end-times Christianity. I think the motives of those spreading the video are murkier, and may serve to promote militarism and the continuing War on Terror.
>> No. 2137 Anonymous
15th July 2012
Sunday 3:23 pm
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http://www.3dworldmag.com/2012/07/06/friday-animation-fun-i-pet-goat-ii/ for interview with the filmmaker who explains his concepts.
>> No. 2138 Anonymous
15th July 2012
Sunday 3:38 pm
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To me it sounds purely expressive rather than political.
>> No. 2172 Anonymous
21st August 2012
Tuesday 3:51 pm
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It is awfully Christian. Nothing more than Christian propaganda.

>> No. 2076 Anonymous
27th May 2012
Sunday 9:28 pm
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Police in Miami have shot dead a man who was chewing the face of another man. Officers were called around 2pm local time on Saturday by drivers who saw two naked men fighting on a bike track next to the city's MacArthur Causeway.

When they arrived at the scene they drew their weapons and ordered the man to stop biting at the other man's face. He ignored them, prompting officers to open fire. Even after being shot, the man continued and the officers fired again, killing him.



Keep your eyes peeled for signs of the zombie apocalypse.
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>> No. 2115 Anonymous
11th July 2012
Wednesday 12:50 am
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You won't be laughing about that typo when I simply reload to an earlier save state after I die in the apocalypse! Sucker!
>> No. 2116 Anonymous
11th July 2012
Wednesday 9:52 am
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This is merely news focus, just like when a train crash happens in blighty and you hear a couple of far worse ones from east asia or south america. It's hardly spreading at two cases, lads.
>> No. 2118 Anonymous
11th July 2012
Wednesday 7:13 pm
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You will be first to die when the containment is breached.
>> No. 2170 Anonymous
21st August 2012
Tuesday 12:23 pm
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Yo, this is old news for amerifags. The guy was apparently hopped up on bath salts or something like that.
>> No. 2171 Anonymous
21st August 2012
Tuesday 12:27 pm
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If you'd paid attention to the timestamps on this thread you'd realise it's old news for us as well, you dribbling cretin.

>> No. 2142 Anonymous
23rd July 2012
Monday 1:50 pm
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So what will it be? A hoax alien invasion using project blue beam? A terrorist plot by Iran? A terrorist plot blamed on Iran? A lone wolf attack? A nuclear device buried under the Olympic stadium? Christ's resurrection?
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>> No. 2162 Anonymous
20th August 2012
Monday 3:45 am
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I don't know why people run around thinking we are doomed. I don't find anything wrong with the globalisation of the world. I am for it. Why shouldn't I be? Nobody brings forth anything reasonable other than "lizards", "Jews" and "Illumanati".
>> No. 2165 Anonymous
20th August 2012
Monday 9:41 am
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But...but.. freedoms! liberty! tek our gunz! flouridation!
>> No. 2168 Anonymous
21st August 2012
Tuesday 5:09 am
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Quite right, some of these tinfoil hatted fanatics would even have you believe that wildlife charities are a cover for land-grabs, they all need medicating.
>> No. 2169 Anonymous
21st August 2012
Tuesday 9:52 am
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You don't understand how centralisation of power is a really dangerous thing when it's on a global scale? You don't understand that a small number of super rich families hold an astonishing amount of power and control in the world? You think it's a good thing that the arms, oil, pharmaceutical and financial industries have so much influence over the media and politicians that the can effectively do what they want?

I am genuinely jealous of the bliss you must feel you utter, utter ignoramus.
>> No. 2341 Anonymous
12th January 2013
Saturday 1:22 am
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Couldn't resist.

I'll get my coat.

>> No. 2043 Anonymous
25th April 2012
Wednesday 12:00 am
2043 Remote viewing projects
Wiki for Ingo Swann: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingo_Swann

Dox from recent NASA Glenn research center hack featuring name "Ronald S Pandolfi" and CIA email address login detail:

Pandolfi's history of intelligence agency high weirdness:
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>> No. 2057 Anonymous
1st May 2012
Tuesday 4:43 pm
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From what I can make out the DIA Stargate program was indeed binned but more recently the NSA has been spending/wasting money on it.
>> No. 2067 Anonymous
10th May 2012
Thursday 7:10 pm
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Probably some black ops shit. Not to be too 'tinfoil-hat' about things, but it's pretty likely that most governments on the planet are researching and practicing things that they'd rather keep away from the public and their fellow governments of the world.
>> No. 2071 Anonymous
10th May 2012
Thursday 8:43 pm
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Would it be possible for OP to put the pastebin back up?
>> No. 2072 Anonymous
14th May 2012
Monday 5:36 am
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OP here, it was a UGNazi paste,they just got busted, no copy saved here.

Found a copy of 'Psychic Warrior' memoir by a military remote viewer, highly bizarre.
>> No. 2113 Anonymous
11th July 2012
Wednesday 12:48 am
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I suspect the Soviet and American intelligence got somewhere with this, but aren't likely to broadcast it if it's aces. Even a mild success rate would be good going considering the costs of intelligence in manpower and equipment. Seemingly risk-free too.

You'd hardly publish blueprints of your latest stealth plane or other high tech gear either if really it gave you an edge over the opponents. Could be something to it, maybe not. I'll never be sure unless I'm directly involved with such a project.

Likewise I think many "paranormal" things are probably carefully investigated and some found to contain truth or even practical uses for the government or military. This too is never going to see the light of day in any official capacity.

Keep in mind plenty ex government agents/scientists/military etc. have been "whistleblowers" to less than orthodox projects (from ufos to esp) but even those with better than average experience and credentials will not be taken seriously by the media and majority thanks to the combination of the masses following key opinion formers, counter propaganda muddying the water and the media/public's attitude of "2 cool 4 school" (constant cynical and jaded viewpoint) combined with the emperor's new clothes effect (the consensus view is powerful peer pressure and few want to be seen as an "outsider").

>> No. 2105 Anonymous
7th July 2012
Saturday 3:19 pm
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So this is doing the rounds at the moment, and this seems the right place to drop it.


Anyone got a decent theory of what it's actually trying to say?
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>> No. 2109 Anonymous
10th July 2012
Tuesday 11:16 pm
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Starts off interestingly enough, then kind of veers of into more mundane territory.

What is it trying to say? Pretty obvious really. And a bit all over the place.
>> No. 2110 Anonymous
10th July 2012
Tuesday 11:46 pm
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"Psychedelics and the news are a really bad combination"

>> No. 2048 Anonymous
25th April 2012
Wednesday 11:40 pm
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Westminster Coroner's Court was shown a video of what detectives saw as they arrived at his flat on 23 August 2010. There was a cutting from the Observer newspaper about the top five regrets of the dying, make-up and a red wig.


If his body was found in August 2010 then why was there a news article from February 2012 in the video?

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>> No. 2049 Anonymous
25th April 2012
Wednesday 11:51 pm
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There wasn't an article from February 2012 in the video.
>> No. 2108 Anonymous
10th July 2012
Tuesday 11:12 pm
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http://wikispooks.com/wiki/Gareth_Williams for a splendid collection of pertinent links and clues.

As the article writer suggests, the Aangirfan speculative blog really is a must-read. I've been checking out aangirfan for years now, does anyome have any theories on who is behind the blog?

>> No. 2086 Anonymous
8th June 2012
Friday 7:32 pm
2086 Vajrayana Cults

The absense of the Diamond Way, FWO and Aro Ter from the list is mostly due to it being an UScentric blog, however the cult check-list and coverage of the recent deaths in the desert are excellent.
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>> No. 2106 Anonymous
8th July 2012
Sunday 2:01 am
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FWO? Can't find any hits.

And I can't find any particular criticism of the Diamond Way?

And what are we discussing here?
>> No. 2107 Anonymous
9th July 2012
Monday 7:41 pm
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Cor blimey guvnor, what a lot of Dalai Lama Ding Dongs. Some of that behaviour seems frankly neppalling.

>> No. 2013 Anonymous
8th March 2012
Thursday 7:27 pm
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Does anybody know if it's possible for psychedelic drugs to aid in the creation of a tulpa alongside disipline?
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>> No. 2017 Anonymous
8th March 2012
Thursday 9:33 pm
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Hey Alan. Stop pissing about on .gs and finish Jerusalem will you!
>> No. 2018 Anonymous
8th March 2012
Thursday 11:50 pm
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Slick, thanks.
>> No. 2068 Anonymous
10th May 2012
Thursday 7:47 pm
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>Does anybody know if it's possible for psychedelic drugs to aid in the creation of a tulpa alongside disipline?

Translation: I take self-delusion seriously enough to want to cheat at it.
>> No. 2069 Anonymous
10th May 2012
Thursday 8:21 pm
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>I take self-delusion seriously enough to want to cheat at it.

Would it be cheating, or would it be taking the left handed approach?
>> No. 2070 Anonymous
10th May 2012
Thursday 8:38 pm
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I heard this lad did it all the time!

>> No. 2061 Anonymous
6th May 2012
Sunday 9:54 pm
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This random and out of place sentence caught my attention:
>Scientists have dismissed the idea the perigee could cause strange behaviour - like lycanthropy...

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>> No. 2065 Anonymous
7th May 2012
Monday 3:15 am
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If you want to know why it's bollocks, it's because gravitation is proportional to mass, and the mass of blood (or water) in your body is negligible, so there's no noticeable effect.
>> No. 2066 Anonymous
7th May 2012
Monday 8:41 am
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What makes cancer tenacious? The moon rules the fluids
Including the inner juices of human beings
That which assimilates and feeds the body
So the crab feeds his astral plane
Assimilating and distributing all he receives
Slowly, until it becomes apart of you
>> No. 2087 Anonymous
8th June 2012
Friday 10:50 pm
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>>2066 I never did understand what that bit was about... still don't.
>> No. 2088 Anonymous
8th June 2012
Friday 11:02 pm
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It's about the idea that the moon manipulates the liquids in our bodies in the same way it controls tides. The word 'lunacy', for example, came about by the belief that people temporarily lost their sanity at night because of lunar activity. When she says 'cancer', she's referring to the star sign and the astrological influences over our lives.
>> No. 2089 Anonymous
8th June 2012
Friday 11:43 pm
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That video was a bit naff. I mean, a good amateur effort, but naff nonetheless.

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