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From: Keith R. Williams
Subject: Re: A weird contraption ?
Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2002 16:49:12 -0500
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> On Tue, 29 Oct 2002 23:08:12 -0500, Keith R. Williams
> >I've been known to walk around the neighborhood at strange times
> >of the night. The dog at the end of the leash visited all sorts
> >of interesting spots. I never heard an "sub aural" noises
> I'm telling you that thing at the end of the leash is a biomechanial
> vehicle for one of the Small Thems. It's not just a dog!
The substituted a biomechanical vehicle for my phydaux?! The
same bastards probably killed Kenny! (seem I"m not *that old -
only 32 ;-).
> >Please, "they" know how to fake pictures. Haven't you seen
> >"Mission Impossible"? Black guys are really good at electronics.
> Oh darn... build a tower extension then, with about fifty telescopes
> and directional audio antenna mikes.
Or simply load up the HVAC system as Newsie says. It only takes
a few coils and capacitors to allow an iron *TOWER* to radiate EM
waves! Scarry stuff!
> >Really? I never notice them. When I was in San Francisco a few
> >years ago there were all sorts of scantily clad young women out
> >at that time of the night. I didn't see any of *them* with
> >"light sabers" or sticks. I did see several people inquiring
> >about their "business" there though.
> They were in stealth mode...
I dunno. They weren't hiding very much, other than their modesty
(and intentions). They were checking out every car at the
stoplights though. Perhaps they were CIA agents (they always
dress smartly) looking for suspicious people?
> >I had that problem too. Noisey buggers (definitely not sub-
> >aural) indeed! I told them to go away and leave my stuff alone!
> There's another one of them low level spy who's attempting to track my
> movement by smearing the ground near the lifts with some sort of
> tracking liquid that smells faintly of lemon...
Service with a smile, no doubt! I put lemon down the garbage
disposal to hide the smell of swordfish. I don't want *them* to
know that we eat swordfish. Every once in a while we make a
lemon pie to throw the buggers off too! The tinfoil used for the
pie crust is reusable too!
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