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Dewey BS: Learning Thru Reason vs. Logic (24) RE: BS: Learning Thru Reason vs. Logic 05 Jan 05


Yes. Guys! I know I have a nasty habit of just throwing these things out there and no-one will understand them not alone believe them. But I know there are some of you out there that trust and believe that what I tell you is not only true but possible.

I'm not trying to make myself a target here, I am just fascinated by the new found discoveries of the brain and the ether (sea of thought knowledge one hears continuously in the subconscious mind, most noticably at sleep, but always available 24/7 to the peaceful undesturbed and determined mind that percieves the radio like intellingence that is always available and working with our thought and the thoughts of others toward definite determined ends, by determined people!)

When you sleep you will hear these voices. You may hear them in you dreams, they are available to you through psychically communicative means. They are transcendant upon you ability to determine your will expressly. Do not hestitate to contact them as they will guide your every thought and action towards the achievement of your definite desire and your define major prupose.


What was the topic anyway?

Oh Yeah Reason vs. Logic, Learning Modalities, Un-employment, something similiar! Can't Remember anymore. Way to much A.D.D. in my head. No drugs, or Alcohol though...

And I swear the above by the devine power and guidance of the Devine Architect of the Universe, and the sacred hallowed Godhead.

Dewey (in space)


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