Comment: I admire your inquisitive ways. My response is short & distant.

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I admire your inquisitive ways. My response is short & distant.

Am I supposed to believe that Christopher Story is telling the truth? - Bear

I don't know. Mr Story details deception told to him by the very actors that took part in creating said same. What part of the lies should you believe? Seems Mr Story is recounting what he was told by the deceivers. Then he matches predictions they made with actual related events. This is worthwhile to investigate by those with keen interest to know the clandestine ways of the world. Mr Story referenced "Red Cocaine" as I do in his thread. We have read some of the same material. I choose to say little about it, for the information is deception. Authenticating and publishing deception is in and of itself deceptive. Be not concerned about my writing; take what you like, leave the rest as failed humor.

The Innocents Abroad by Mark Twain, by Mark Twain ~ "SPHYNX: The Sphynx is grand in its loneliness; it is imposing in its magnitude; it is impressive in the mystery that hangs over its story. And there is that in the overshadowing majesty of this eternal figure of stone, with its accusing memory of the deeds of all ages, which reveals to one something of what he shall feel when he shall stand at last in the awful presence of God." (awestruck) - The Innocents Abroad by Mark Twain

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul