Friday, September 26, 2008

The War, The Weapons, The Stratagies Congress pretended did not exist. Why were Americans Decieved?

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What are those Windows Reading Now!!


Guided Vortex Missiles
From Air Base In Canada?




*Next to the word Buffi the acronym should read IBF
not IFB
Read the article Car Telling Windows read in the Oakwood Register.
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click onto archive..article is September 17, 2008
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The United Nations prohibited weather and environment warfare in 1977.

If The United Nations is the regulatory body for Wars between it's members, should the United Nations be held financially accountable for damages caused by participating violators?

$7 HUNDRED BILLION DOLLAR BAILOUT?????

IS THE COUNTRY BEING
BLACKMAILED BY

FASCIST OIL LOVERS WANTING TO OWN THE BULK OF

AMERICAN REAL-ESTATE

IF THE GOVERNMENT NEEDS $ TO REDUCE THE NATIONAL DEBT

Collect damages for Piss poor controls of Wars, that French speaking Organization,The United Nations, professes to be proficient at controlling.

Note: 7 billion is the number of people on the planet..ever ponder what kind of real-estate the government is purchasing..$100 dollars a person.

To the Keepers of the ART of killing(The United Nations--France?) Are being Called to Prevent Death and ABUSE.
Interested in Understanding The French Connection between the US and the FBI?

Read future Car telling Windows Blogs to
See the FBI blatantly announce it's self in television shows and movies..

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

did you look under her hind leg?

Anonymous said...

No response to my comment? ...um...I find it hard to believe that you are a lost for words.

Anonymous said...

Main Entry: 1stu·pid
Pronunciation: \ˈstü-pəd, ˈstyü-\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle French stupide, from Latin stupidus, from stupēre to be numb, be astonished — more at type
Date: 1541
1 a: slow of mind : obtuse b: given to unintelligent decisions or acts : acting in an unintelligent or careless manner c: lacking intelligence or reason : brutish
2: dulled in feeling or sensation : torpid 3: marked by or resulting from unreasoned thinking or acting : senseless 4 a: lacking interest or point b: vexatious , exasperating — stu·pid·ly adverb
— stu·pid·ness noun
synonyms stupid , dull , dense , crass , dumb mean lacking in power to absorb ideas or impressions. stupid implies a slow-witted or dazed state of mind that may be either congenital or temporary dull suggests a slow or sluggish mind such as results from disease, depression, or shock dense implies a thickheaded imperviousness to ideas crass suggests a grossness of mind precluding discrimination or delicacy dumb applies to an exasperating obtuseness or lack of comprehension

Anonymous said...

Main Entry: 1hit
Pronunciation: \ˈhit\
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): hit; hit·ting
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English hyttan, probably from Old Norse hitta to meet with, hit
Date: before 12th century
transitive verb
1 a: to reach with or as if with a blow b: to come in contact with c: to strike (as a ball) with an object (as a bat, club, or racket) so as to impart or redirect motion
2 a: to cause to come into contact b: to deliver (as a blow) by action c: to apply forcefully or suddenly 3: to affect especially detrimentally 4: to make a request of —often used with up
5: to discover or meet especially by chance
6 a: to accord with : suit b: reach , attain c: to arrive or appear at, in, or on dof fish : to bite at or on e: to reflect accurately f: to reach or strike (as a target) especially for a score in a game or contest g: bat 2b
7: to indulge in excessively 8: to deal another card to (as in blackjack)
intransitive verb
1 a: to strike a blow b: to arrive with a forceful effect like that of a blow 2 a: to come into contact with something b: attack cof a fish : strike 11b d: bat 1
3: to succeed in attaining or coming up with something —often used with on or upon: to be in agreement : suit
5of an internal combustion engine : to fire the charge in the cylinders
— hit·ter noun
— hit it big : to achieve great success
— hit it off : to get along well : become friends — hit on : to make especially sexual overtures to
— hit the books : to study especially with intensity
— hit the fan : to have a major usually undesirable impact
— hit the ground running : to begin or proceed quickly, energetically, or effectively
— hit the hay or hit the sack : to go to bed
— hit the high points or hit the high spots : to touch on or at the most important points or places
— hit the jackpot : to become notably and unexpectedly successful
— hit the nail on the head : to be exactly right
— hit the road : leave , travel ; also : to set out
— hit the roof or hit the ceiling : to give vent to a burst of anger or angry protest
— hit the spot : to give complete or special satisfaction —used especially of food or drink
— hit the wall
1: to reach the point of physical exhaustion during strenuous activity
2: to reach a limiting point or situation at which progress or success ceases

Anonymous said...

1mark
Pronunciation: \ˈmärk\
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English mearc boundary, march, sign; akin to Old High German marha boundary, Latin margo
Date: before 12th century
1: a boundary land
2 a (1): a conspicuous object serving as a guide for travelers (2): something (as a line, notch, or fixed object) designed to record position b: one of the bits of leather or colored bunting placed on a sounding line at intervals c: target d: the starting line or position in a track event e (1): goal , object (2): an object of attack, ridicule, or abuse ; specifically : a victim or prospective victim of a swindle (3): the point under discussion (4): condition of being correct or accurate f: a standard of performance, quality, or condition : norm
3 a (1): sign , indication (2): an impression (as a scratch, scar, or stain) made on something (3): a distinguishing trait or quality : characteristic b: a symbol used for identification or indication of ownership c: a cross made in place of a signature d (1): trademark (2)capitalized —used with a numeral to designate a particular model of a weapon or machine e: a written or printed symbol (as a comma or colon) f: postmark g: a symbol used to represent a teacher's estimate of a student's work or conduct ; especially : grade h: a figure registering a point or level reached or achieved ; especially : record
4 a: attention , notice b: importance , distinction c: a lasting or strong impression d: an assessment of merits : rating

Anonymous said...

1mark
Pronunciation: \ˈmärk\
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English mearc boundary, march, sign; akin to Old High German marha boundary, Latin margo
Date: before 12th century
1: a boundary land
2 a (1): a conspicuous object serving as a guide for travelers (2): something (as a line, notch, or fixed object) designed to record position b: one of the bits of leather or colored bunting placed on a sounding line at intervals c: target d: the starting line or position in a track event e (1): goal , object (2): an object of attack, ridicule, or abuse ; specifically : a victim or prospective victim of a swindle (3): the point under discussion (4): condition of being correct or accurate f: a standard of performance, quality, or condition : norm
3 a (1): sign , indication (2): an impression (as a scratch, scar, or stain) made on something (3): a distinguishing trait or quality : characteristic b: a symbol used for identification or indication of ownership c: a cross made in place of a signature d (1): trademark (2)capitalized —used with a numeral to designate a particular model of a weapon or machine e: a written or printed symbol (as a comma or colon) f: postmark g: a symbol used to represent a teacher's estimate of a student's work or conduct ; especially : grade h: a figure registering a point or level reached or achieved ; especially : record
4 a: attention , notice b: importance , distinction c: a lasting or strong impression d: an assessment of merits : rating

brad said...

Main Entry: Ma·rie
Pronunciation: \mə-ˈrē\
Function: biographical name
1875–1938 queen of Romania (1914–27); queen dowager (1927–38)

Car Telling Windows said...

Persistent Man.

As I read through the emails I kept thinking stupid man. Then the comment appeared defining the word "stupid" I had a good laugh as I have "dulled in feeling or sensation" these past few weeks.

Your comment, "Did you look under her hind leg?" seemed so barnyard or fishy, as the look might be coming from an ocean view. My original response:

To Mr Limpid Moo

I suggest you view the photographs of Elliot Erwitt. The photographer views his subjects from the ground up, and seemingly on all fours. Erwitt's subjects, many dogs, take on human characteristics; the heads of men, the jumping dog, a bypedilistic dog jump, which displays the dogs manhood, quite small but visible.

http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=elliot+erwitt&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&resnum=1&ct=title

Since You seem to be interested in viewing humans as animals, I thought you'd appreciate the recommendation of a site which aims to appeases your sniffers curiosity .

Or perhaps, I should have recommended a site which defines the differences between a human, a fish, and a statue.

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Anonymous said...

Hell America is still both continents not one country. Anyway since Reagan the leadership is all insane like you and your friends. He has secret lodges in Manly, Ill, yikes! That means they may all be Manly Ill. Great at instigators and of course neither party will interfere in insanity running things especially there. A shame all around since people do have a choice to be idiots around others unless its the natural attraction.