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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
Anonymous Coward
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Fuck! look at this thread, isn't that some nano tech shit?
"OMG! Alien Tech! Green Pulsing Plasma Feeding Into The BP BOP!"
Thread: OMG! Alien Tech! Green Pulsing Plasma Feeding Into The BP BOP!


On what page did the OP post the nano engineering post? morphing or something?
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I was watching that glowing stuff and thinking "What on earth is THAT???"

Yeah, that was some freaky stuff they were pumping into whatever it was.

When I saw it, I thought of OP and the "cargo".
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Thank to krispy, here it is:

-OP 8:38 AM Good day. DED show interesting communication between Mistral and PP form 01:12
Pourquoi Pas relay to Mistral, failure on portable pcr device, show negative on aerosolised option
Mistral request dispersal method and rate
PP report dispersal method inconclusive, nano release still plausible and suspect nanoengineering because of metalic carbon compound morphing (translation problem)
Mistral relay to Em, keep safe perimeter from column
Em request confirmation on chinese asset movement
Mistral reply chinese asset movement strategic
GCP captain reported that he is maintaining cargo in perimeter zone
i dont know what the cargo is, girlfriend can guess that is also chemical but not sure,maybe proof, i think most of traffic about cargo is on vector channel now
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Fuck! look at this thread, isn't that some nano tech shit?
"OMG! Alien Tech! Green Pulsing Plasma Feeding Into The BP BOP!"
Thread: OMG! Alien Tech! Green Pulsing Plasma Feeding Into The BP BOP!


On what page did the OP post the nano engineering post? morphing or something?
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Here it is
[link to las.physik.uni-oldenburg.de]

Increased consumption and transportation of oil and its products increase the problem of pollution of lakes and oceans. Even the most severe regulation rules of oil transportation cannot prevent the accidents leading to oil spills. Every year about 20 accidents occur, with thousands of tons of oil being spilled into seas, and several accidents every week with tens or hundreds of tons spilled. According to the estimation of oil spill clean up companies, the collection of 1 kg of oil in the open sea costs about 1 Euro, in coastal waters the price is about 10 times higher, and when oil reaches the shore the oil collection costs increase up to 100 Euro per kg. Therefore, fast detection of oil spill accidents not only saves nature, but also reduces the accident elimination costs. It is evident that oil spills in coastal waters, harbours, and oil terminals are especially dangerous and particularly fast actions should be taken when such
accidents occur. Therefore, reliable oil spill detection systems are very important. Several oil spill control methods based on radio wave reflection suppression, oil fluorescence or contact electrical sensors have been developed [1]. Radio wave radars operate well in open seas, where sea surface waves are is stable, but in closed coastal areas they are much less effective. On the contrary, application of contact electrical or fluorescence sensors is limited to small high-risk areas ship traffic permitting. Remote laser induced oil fluorescence is probably the most reliable method allowing oil detection on any surface. A number of airborne fluorescence lidars have been developed [2-5]. Some of them currently operate to monitor spills in active sea traffic regions. However, airborne lidar exploitation is very expensive and it cannot be performed continuously. In this paper we analyse oil fluorescence peculiarities and describe a laser fluorosensor for oil spill detection in coastal waters designed for onshore or shipboard installation. Despite less strict safety and reliability requirements in comparison with airborne laser fluorosensors, this method of oil spill detection meets additional difficulties related to the inclined path of rays during sampling, and the strong natural fluorescence of coastal waters.
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I just took a look over at the White House website, check this out if you have time. No, not sinister! Just nice and clean packagin is all, very convenient.

Energy & Environment

"Each of us has a part to play in a new future that will benefit all of us. As we recover from this recession, the transition to clean energy has the potential to grow our economy and create millions of jobs -– but only if we accelerate that transition. Only if we seize the moment. And only if we rally together and act as one nation –- workers and entrepreneurs; scientists and citizens; the public and private sectors."

-President Obama, June 15, 2010

For decades it has been clear that the way Americans produce and consume energy is not sustainablecontinued..

Scrolling down,

Our Environment

The Obama Administration is committed to protecting our country’s air, water, and land...From restoring ecosystems in the Chesapeake Bay and the Everglades , to reducing the impacts of mountaintop mining, we are bringing together Federal agencies to tackle our biggest environmental challenges.

Protecting our Oceans
The Interagency Task Force on Ocean Policy ( [link to www.whitehouse.gov] updated June 12th) is charged with developing a recommendation for a national policy that ensures protection, maintenance, and restoration of oceans, our coasts and the Great Lakes. It will also recommend a framework for improved stewardship, and effective coastal and marine spatial planning.

Land Conservation
President Obama in <<<March 2009>>> signed the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009( [link to www.whitehouse.gov] (P.L. 111&#8208;11), the most extensive expansion of land and water conservation in more than a generation. In April, 2010, President Obama signed a Presidential Memorandum establishing the America’s Great Outdoors Initiative to promote and support innovative community-level efforts to conserve outdoor spaces and to reconnect Americans to the outdoors.


There is more, but I'm only going to copy one more....

Restoring our Ecosystems
President Obama established the Louisiana-Mississippi Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Working Group ( [link to www.whitehouse.gov] October 2009 to improve Federal coordination of restoration activities within the Louisiana and Mississippi coastal regions. In response to the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill ( [link to www.whitehouse.gov] the Gulf of Mexico, Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus is developing a plan to restore the Gulf Ecosystem, which will be informed by the Working Group’s March 2010 Roadmap for Restoring Ecosystem Resiliency and Sustainability ( [link to www.whitehouse.gov] well as input from local residents, elected officials and leading scientists and conservationists.

[link to www.whitehouse.gov]
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Thank to krispy, here it is:

-OP 8:38 AM Good day. DED show interesting communication between Mistral and PP form 01:12
Pourquoi Pas relay to Mistral, failure on portable pcr device, show negative on aerosolised option
Mistral request dispersal method and rate
PP report dispersal method inconclusive, nano release still plausible and suspect nanoengineering because of metalic carbon compound morphing (translation problem)
Mistral relay to Em, keep safe perimeter from column
Em request confirmation on chinese asset movement
Mistral reply chinese asset movement strategic
GCP captain reported that he is maintaining cargo in perimeter zone
i dont know what the cargo is, girlfriend can guess that is also chemical but not sure,maybe proof, i think most of traffic about cargo is on vector channel now
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What was that about metalic fibers rubbing away or down, somewhere?
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Forced flu vacs? I read somewhere everyone would have to take two flu shots this year. Anyone else read that? I guess if there was a biological attack (cough, cough, I think it already happened) the vaccines woud realy save us, pftt.

Executive Order 13527 of December 30, 2009

Establishing Federal Capability for the Timely Provision of Medical Countermeasures Following a Biological Attack


By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows:


Section 1. Policy.

It is the policy of the United States to plan and prepare for the timely provision of medical countermeasures to the American people in the event of a biological attack in the United States through a rapid Federal response in coordination with State, local, territorial, and tribal governments.

This policy would seek to:

(1) mitigate illness and prevent death;
(2) sustain critical infrastructure; and
(3) complement and supplement State, local, territorial, and tribal government medical countermeasure distribution capacity


[link to www.whitehouse.gov]

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Fuck! look at this thread, isn't that some nano tech shit?
"OMG! Alien Tech! Green Pulsing Plasma Feeding Into The BP BOP!"
Thread: OMG! Alien Tech! Green Pulsing Plasma Feeding Into The BP BOP!


On what page did the OP post the nano engineering post? morphing or something?
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Didn't mean to sidetrack there, SA.
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I was watching that glowing stuff and thinking "What on earth is THAT???"

Yeah, that was some freaky stuff they were pumping into whatever it was.

When I saw it, I thought of OP and the "cargo".
 Quoting: SR37 1019703


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Fuck! look at this thread, isn't that some nano tech shit?
"OMG! Alien Tech! Green Pulsing Plasma Feeding Into The BP BOP!"
Thread: OMG! Alien Tech! Green Pulsing Plasma Feeding Into The BP BOP!


On what page did the OP post the nano engineering post? morphing or something?



Didn't mean to sidetrack there, SA.
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No distraction at all 900755.
This is a mystery fun thread, every post gets us closer.
peace
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07/03/2010 07:17 AM

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I'm going to look at Krispy's resume on OP's posts tomorrow, maybe it'll make more sense to me then.

Thanks, Krispy for putting this all together for us. By doing so, has anything jumped out at you , missed earlier?

You guys and gals have a good night! hf


Yes there's lots of info and links ... headspinning stuff.
But maybe it is a guidence to find things back and to overview it.

" has anything jumped out at you " > sorry I dont understand, what does that mean ?
I will answer tomorrow when I read your explenation ...lol... English is not my birth language ;)

Sleep well :)


meaning that when you read all this again...did something of importance grab your attention, that you/we might have missed, when reading it the first time around?
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Hello everyone,
again working on updates/summary's for the last 4 hours.

No nothing special to grab my attention,
all seems very logic following up. I think we are doing a hell of a job to figure thing out and connecting dots. it all makes sence !
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SO NO ONE ANSWERED ME

WHO DAMAGED THE FRENCH SUB?
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Alright.. according to OP, it was a US helicopter
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Oh. My. God.

Look at this Executive Order issued today.

[link to www.whitehouse.gov]

For Immediate Release July 02, 2010 Executive Order-- Optimizing the Security of Biological Select Agents and Toxins in the United States
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Policy. It is the policy of the United States that:

(a) A robust and productive scientific enterprise that utilizes biological select agents and toxins (BSAT) is essential to national security;

(b) BSAT shall be secured in a manner appropriate to their risk of misuse, theft, loss, and accidental release; and

(c) Security measures shall be taken in a coordinated manner that balances their efficacy with the need to minimize the adverse impact on the legitimate use of BSAT.

Sec. 2. Definitions. (a) "Select Agent Program" (SAP) means the regulatory oversight and administrative activities conducted by the Secretaries of Health and Human Services and Agriculture and the Attorney General to implement the Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002 and the Agricultural Bioterrorism Protection Act of 2002.

(b) "Select Agent Regulations" (SAR) means the Federal regulations found in Part 73 of Title 42 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 331 of Title 7 of the Code of Federal Regulations, and Part 121 of Title 9 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

(c) "Biological Select Agents and Toxins" means biological agents and toxins with the potential to pose a severe threat to public health and safety, animal and plant health, or animal and plant products and whose possession, use, and transfer are regulated by the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Agriculture under the SAR.

Sec. 3. Findings. (a) The use of BSAT presents the risk that BSAT might be lost, stolen, or diverted for malicious purpose. The SAP exists to provide effective regulatory oversight of the possession, use, and transfer of BSAT that reduces the risk of their misuse or mishandling. The absence of clearly defined, risk-based security measures in the SAR/SAP has raised concern about the need for optimized security and for risk management.

(b) In addition, variations in, and limited coordination of, individual executive departments' and agencies' oversight, security practices, and inspections have raised concerns that the cost and complexity of compliance for those who are registered to work with BSAT could discourage research or other legitimate activities.

(c) Understanding that research and laboratory work on BSAT is essential to both public health and national security, it is in the interest of the United States to address these issues.

Sec. 4. Risk-based Tiering of the Select Agent List. To help ensure that BSAT are secured according to level of risk, the Secretaries of Health and Human Services and Agriculture shall, through their ongoing review of the biological Select Agents and Toxins List ("Select Agent List") contained in regulations, and no later than 18 months from the date of this order:

(a) designate a subset of the Select Agent List (Tier 1) that presents the greatest risk of deliberate misuse with most
significant potential for mass casualties or devastating effects to the economy, critical infrastructure, or public confidence;

(b) explore options for graded protection of Tier 1 agents
and toxins as described in subsection (a) of this section to
permit tailored risk management practices based upon relevant contextual factors; and

(c) consider reducing the overall number of agents and toxins on the Select Agent List.

Sec. 5. Revision of Regulations, Rules, and Guidance to Accommodate a Tiered Select Agent List. Consistent with section 4 of this order, I request that:

(a) The Secretaries of Health and Human Services and Agriculture, no later than 15 months from the date of this order, propose amendments to their respective parts of the SAR that would establish security standards specific to Tier 1 agents and toxins.

(b) The Secretaries of Health and Human Services and Agriculture each, no later than 27 months from the date of this order, promulgate final rules and guidance that clearly articulate security actions for registrants who possess, use, or transfer Tier 1 agents and toxins.

Sec. 6. Coordination of Federal Oversight for BSAT Security. To ensure that the policies and practices used to secure BSAT are harmonized and that the related oversight activities of the Federal Government are coordinated, the heads of executive departments and agencies identified in section 7(a)(ii) of this order shall:

(a) no later than 6 months from the date of this order, develop and implement a plan for the coordination of BSAT security oversight that:

(i) articulates a mechanism for coordinated and reciprocal inspection of and harmonized administrative
practices for facilities registered with the SAP;

(ii) ensures consistent and timely identification and resolution of BSAT security and compliance issues;

(iii) facilitates information sharing among departments and agencies regarding ongoing oversight and inspection activities; and

(iv) provides for comprehensive and effective Federal oversight of BSAT security; and

(b) no later than 6 months from the issuance of final rules and guidance as described in section 5 of this order, and annually thereafter, review for inconsistent requirements and revise or rescind, as appropriate, any regulations, directives, guidance, or policies regarding BSAT security within their department or agency that exceed those in the updated SAR and guidance as described in section 5 of this order.

Sec. 7. Implementation. (a) Establishment, Operation, and Functions of the Federal Experts Security Advisory Panel.

(i) There is hereby established, within the Department of Health and Human Services for administrative purposes only, the Federal Experts Security Advisory Panel (Panel), which shall make technical and substantive recommendations on BSAT security concerning the SAP.

(ii) The Panel shall consist of representatives from the following, who may consult with additional experts from their department or agency as required:

1. the Department of State;

2. the Department of Defense;

3. the Department of Justice;

4. the Department of Agriculture (Co-Chair);

5. the Department of Commerce;

6. the Department of Health and Human Services (Co-Chair);

7. the Department of Transportation;

8. the Department of Labor;

9. the Department of Energy;

10. the Department of Veterans Affairs;

11. the Department of Homeland Security;

12. the Environmental Protection Agency;

13. the Office of the Director of National Intelligence;

14. the Office of Science and Technology Policy;

15. the Joint Chiefs of Staff; and

16. any other department or agency designated by the Co-Chairs.

(iii) To assist the Secretaries of Health and Human Services and Agriculture and the Attorney General in implementing the policies set forth in sections 1, 4, 5, and 6 of this order, the Panel shall, no later than 4 months from the date of this order, provide consensus recommendations concerning the SAP on:

1. the designation of Tier 1 agents and toxins;

2. reduction in the number of agents on the Select Agent List;

3. the establishment of appropriate practices to ensure reliability of personnel with access to Tier 1 agents and toxins at registered facilities;

4. the establishment of appropriate practices for physical security and cyber security for facilities that possess Tier 1 agents. The Department of Homeland Security shall Chair
a Working Group of the Panel that develops recommended laboratory critical infrastructure security standards in these areas; and

5. other emerging policy issues relevant to the security of BSAT.

Thereafter, the Panel shall continue to provide technical advice concerning the SAP on request.

(iv) If the Panel is unable to reach consensus on recommendations for an issue within its charge, the matter shall be resolved through the interagency policy committee process led by the National Security Staff.

(v) The Secretaries of Health and Human Services and Agriculture and the Attorney General shall report to the Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism on the consideration and implementation of Panel recommendations concerning the SAP, including a rationale for failure to implement any recommendations.

(vi) The Panel shall be chartered for a period of 4 years subject to renewal through the interagency policy committee process led by the National Security Staff.

(b) To further assist the Secretaries of Health and Human Services and Agriculture and the Attorney General in implementing the policy set forth in sections 1, 4, 5, and 6 of this order, the National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity shall provide technical advice and serve as a conduit for public consultation, as needed, on topics of relevance to the SAP.

Sec. 8. Sharing of Select Agent Program Information. (a) Consistent with applicable laws and regulations, the Secretaries of Health and Human Services and Agriculture and the Attorney General shall, no later than 6 months from the date of this order, develop a process and the criteria for making SAP information available to executive departments and agencies when such information is necessary for furthering a public health, safety, security, law enforcement, or national security mission.

(b) SAP information shall continue to be safeguarded properly and handled securely to minimize the risk of disclosing sensitive, personal, and other information protected by the Privacy Act, 5 U.S.C. 552a.

Sec. 9. General Provisions. (a) The National Security Staff shall, on a biennial basis, review the implementation and effectiveness of this order and refer to the interagency policy committee process any issues that require further deliberation or adjudication.

(b) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect the authority granted by law to a department or agency, or the head thereof, or functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

(c) This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.

(d) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.



BARACK OBAMA

THE WHITE HOUSE,
July 2, 2010.
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Btw ; tnx for the interesting information you provided !
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You're welcome. Just trying to put puzzle pieces together with you all. Hopefully we'll get more info from the OP today.
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Interesting testimony to Congress from Drew Endy:

[link to energycommerce.house.gov]

Quote:

"future large-scale deployments of synthetic biology- based technologies will need to be proactively coupled to the constructive resolution of matters involving resource utilization and land use politics."

"The more pressing security concern is to ensure that the tools and policies defining the future of biotechnology do not directly or inadvertently lead to a remilitarization of biology by nations."

This was on May 27th, 2010
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To the Asylum with you all >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

FFS !!!!!!!!!!
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I was watching that glowing stuff and thinking "What on earth is THAT???"

Yeah, that was some freaky stuff they were pumping into whatever it was.

When I saw it, I thought of OP and the "cargo".



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Tnx !!!! for finding the live footage !!!

yoda bump
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This information needs to be spread, on what is truly going on in the Gulf. They refused help, because they needed time to propagate enough oil into the ocean waters to sustain.
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I don't know if this is relevant, but I was just watching to BP live feed and the second camera zoomed in on a yellow structure that looked like it had cylinders linked together. It had a tag on it with the number 301. I tried to get a snap shot but I was to late. Did anybody else see it?

It was on the second camera.

link: [link to www.jtnog.org]
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This could be EXTREMELY relevant!Can you do a screen capture if this shows up again...
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Interesting testimony to Congress from Drew Endy:

[link to energycommerce.house.gov]

Quote:

"future large-scale deployments of synthetic biology- based technologies will need to be proactively coupled to the constructive resolution of matters involving resource utilization and land use politics."

"The more pressing security concern is to ensure that the tools and policies defining the future of biotechnology do not directly or inadvertently lead to a remilitarization of biology by nations."

This was on May 27th, 2010
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oh wow
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I don't know if this is relevant, but I was just watching to BP live feed and the second camera zoomed in on a yellow structure that looked like it had cylinders linked together. It had a tag on it with the number 301. I tried to get a snap shot but I was to late. Did anybody else see it?

It was on the second camera.

link: [link to www.jtnog.org]

This could be EXTREMELY relevant!Can you do a screen capture if this shows up again...
 Quoting: Childoflight 1020683

hiding on what ROV was that? I agree with Childoflight, I didn't even see that post, good catch
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Don't know how significant this is, but go to [link to www.nsf.gov] which is the U.S. National Science Foundation site for Antarctic research, and down the left hand navigation column under "U.S. Antarctic Program sites" is the sub-heading "PolarIce (RPSC Science Support Website)"

If you click on it, guess what?
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Now put an 's' after the 'http' in the address, and voila!

[link to www.usap.gov]
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Now put an 's' after the 'http' in the address, and voila!

[link to www.usap.gov]
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Yes, strange "Final Frontier"
[link to www.usap.gov]
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cliff notes in glp lingo = krispy notes
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Guy's and gurl's,
I am off for a bunch of hours ... : family birthday.

Have funn, take care and keep on the great job(s) !!!

bighug grouphug
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cliff notes in glp lingo = krispy notes
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huh ? ..lol...
what you mean ?
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cliff notes in glp lingo = krispy notes


huh ? ..lol...
what you mean ?
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Joke, in a good way,lol.
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Seriously, this started last Saturday!!!! Wow, just wow.
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cliff notes in glp lingo = krispy notes

*

huh ? ..lol...
what you mean ?

*


Joke, in a good way,lol.
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Ow :D okay then :P
Dont get lost in the summary's ...lol....

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