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Re: hycinthina and Ben's Booklet


boooooring...........


Traveler200000@aol.com wrote:
> 
>  wow msbucky
> 
>  ...point 1)   The horse isn't dead. He just won the Kentucky Derby
> and has
> been put out to stud. He will live the rest of his days in Hosta ...
> oops...
> I mean horse heaven. Hell, we may even syndicate him and use his seed
> to reap
> an honorable family harvest.( pun very much intended)
> 
>  ...point 2)   He has dropped the load on you, me and the rest of the
> family. I don't choose avoidance, like you.
> 
>  ...point 3)   He has honorably chosen (so far I believe, not sure) to
> 
> consult the highest authority I am aware of, the court of "Peer
> Review,"
> brothers and sisters in his chosen field. In the process has raised
> the
> respect and values of our family 10 fold.
> 
>  ...point 4)  He has gotten on with his life as of today. He just S -
> - - in
> YOUR pot, and you chose to wear it.
> 
>  ...point 5)  He has accomplished a great deal, he drew you from your
> closet
> to claim your rightful place in the family.
> 
>  ...point  6) He has been highly constructive and exposed a thief. Who
> like
> a leach has been feeding on YOUR attention and subservient attitude.
> How much
> more constructive would you have him be? He is risking his honorable
> name.
> Just as DR. Zonnenveld is.
> 
>  ...Point 7) Helen Williams my name is Jim Towle and I choose and test
> my
> friends with the tempering fire of Honor. You failed.
> 
> 
> 
> Jim Towle
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