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From: "Steven Dinius" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Nazi Human Experimentation : 16 Ja 2003 - Pictures of My RadiationElectrocution and Burns
Date: Sat, 18 Jan 2003 01:10:00 -0700
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WILL YOU GUYS GET OVER THIS?
Somebody's laughing quite loudly over their idea of a J O K E.
And you're giving them P O W E R.
I sent them a message to take a hike and so far the last message I've seen
was in the 3pm time frame. Do you realized we've used 15 or so percent of
the total posts here speculating on this? Do you even have proof it's real?
Our own posts are fairly OT--this guy's on another planet. I had 17 new
messages this afternoon from the group and only ONE was about a radio.
If he's really that radiation sick he'd be dead in days! Have you ever read
accounts of post-atomic bombed Japan and the medical conditions of the
radiation-ravaged citizens? It is not a trifling matter--deadly sickening
serious and a horror to read. And if that dish is so bad, why don't the
people who live under KSRV's tower all die horribly from RF burns?
How many megawatts of power do you need to radiate to do that? I don't even
care, it's sci-fi CRAP.
Put some picture of radios/TVs/phonos/tubes and schematics up and get
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