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If you held "The Caduceus" What would you do?
Ms Sans Serif
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[quote:Perseus7:MV8yMDkxMTMzXzM1MjE4Njc4XzhCRjQ0NDAw] [quote:pi 20063747:MV8yMDkxMTMzXzM1MjE4NTk4XzE3MzFEN0Q3] [quote:Perseus7:MV8yMDkxMTMzXzM1MjE4NTU2XzVDM0NCNURD] [quote:Anonymous Coward 30675591:MV8yMDkxMTMzXzM1MjE4NDAxX0JFRURCRTBE] [quote:Synergy:MV8yMDkxMTMzX0UyNzc1QzMx] :N Hero: [/quote] I would probably suck as many people into the sick, demented, money-driven "medical establishment". The Caduceus was carried by the "god" Mercury. Protector of liars, merchants, and thieves. [/quote] What kind of idiocy is this...don't fall into the moronic bastardization of the original Greek pantheon by the corrupted and evil Romans. [/quote] You've seen that kind of shit before? I thought this guy was a random moron posting made up drivel. [/quote] anyone can carry a symbol and say such and such god is their patron..like the pope having a cross representing jesus christ but all the while being a deceiver and corrupted to the core. the roman empire was an anti-christ entity, which is why they changed all the names of the greek gods and corrupted the nature of what they represented. the christ/anti-christ theme is repetitive in very obvious ways throughout history and certainly not confined to individuals. [/quote]
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