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From: Mark Fergerson
Organization: @Home Network Member
X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.61 [en]C-AtHome0407 (Win98; U)
Subject: Re: Smile
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 19:30:25 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 14:30:25 EST
While I'm still wondering why this
appeared in SED, I'll add to the
> You have to teach them that colored is not necessarily black and white
> Brown people (India - Aryans are India-ns and nothing but India-ns of India)
> had flourishing civilizations before there was anything moving in frozen
It gets better. Remember they had
blue-skinned gods? I still wonder if
there's a connection with what happens
when you ingest too much silver metal or
compounds (on-topic for the photo
And speaking of Aryans, do you know
what the Portuguese word for "bagpipe"
is? Did you even know they have one? Do
you know why they need one? Hint; what's
the etymology of the word "Portugal"?
Ever seen pics of the archeological
digs at what's assumed to be Sheba (as
in "Queen of")? Sure look like runes to
me. Amazing the traces the Aryans left
behind as they migrated.
Probably better to just let them know
that racism of any stripe is damned
> "Dave Fenner" wrote in message
> > Conversation overheard between two of my grandchildren:
> > 'Everything in the world used to be black & white, there was no
> > colours'
> > 'Yeah, everything only got coloured after the war ended'
Now I'm wondering how much of that is
due to color film being developed for
war use and getting into the civilian
Mark L. Fergerson
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