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Do you think the aliens are using this on us....?

 
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Do you think the aliens are using this on us....?
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Re: Do you think the aliens are using this on us....?
nah!
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02/07/2013 08:30 PM
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Re: Do you think the aliens are using this on us....?
yes
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02/07/2013 08:32 PM
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Re: Do you think the aliens are using this on us....?
Why is it that the South Park episode about Earth being a Sitcom seems more and more plausible as years go by?
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Re: Do you think the aliens are using this on us....?
And how much dust does the human breath in and eat each day on average? How sick are those things going to make us once they are everywhere inside us?

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Why is it that the South Park episode about Earth being a Sitcom seems more and more plausible as years go by?
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It does, doesn't it!
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Re: Do you think the aliens are using this on us....?
I thought they have nano particles already in operation to invade the body and spy on your insides and do repairs when the matrix universe goes offline from system failures within the clone.

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