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If there is cure for cancer how come billionaires die from it anyways?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 27749722:MV8yMDc3NjkzXzM0OTc5NzA3XzUzQ0RGNzg1] [b]They don't. They have altered clones where their souls are transferred into. A completely new and younger look, but they are the same, but they all come with a new set of papers! No bullshit! It's real! That's what goes on beneath the earth in the underground cities that are full of very bad, and yet awesome technology! Think I'm full of shit? Do a bit of really deep digging about 3 levels down on the hidden internet. It will take some work, but suddenly, there it will be, and you will almost shit in your pants!!! Research "Bucegi Mountains Secrets", "Rainbow City", and "Area 51", but use the relevant keywords like soul transfer, altered clones, fallen angels etc. All of this shit also ties into the moon and mars. Man, talk about how deep a rabbit hole goes, this is a fucking black hole, and as we all know, they have no end, and everything that enters, does not escape! Man, expand you simple little knowledge with the things that have been hidden from you since your birth! It's now time to wake up![/b] [/quote]
Like Steve Jobs and many others?
They are /were not stupid people.
Then why ???
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