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Confused malcontents swilling Chardonnay while awaiting the Zombie Apocalypse.
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Would you trust me to behave in the closet with your sister ?
If I remember correctly, your propaganda clip shows Kirk Douglas. Well that ain't his real name. His real name is Isador Demski (or some minor variation thereof according to Jenifer). That tells you he is an Edomite. You'll never guess which tribe owned 90% of the slave ships importing Africans to the Americas. Clue: Their tribe name begins with "E' for Echo.
That Hollywood inspired Edomite propaganda was supposed to fill me with a White guilt complex. I think for myself.
No need to thank me profusely. Twice will suffice.
Not interested in your Hollywood gossip. That's just a cowardly diversion.
Learn how to dance, and then maybe we can talk.
You ran away in all of our other threads.
Let's not hijack this one.
"If I can't dance, then I don't want to be in your revolution"--Emma Goldman
Yeah right. Let not hijack the climate change thread by showing Kizzy.
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