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October 1, 2016

‘message in a bottle’ (3.0)

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 4:24 pm

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the misty, marvelous, magical, moment is, island of Nantucket! Good to be with you and yours on a soggy Saturday afternoon, too late for cartoons, on this wet and wild First Day of October, 2016.  Fret not friends, for there is, always available 24/7 on your “family cable bill”, many, many mind numbing false flag carnival acts performed by the many actors, I mean anchors round this big, spinning ball we all share presently.  Acts of high daring like Wile E. Coyote did so many moons ago, brought to you by LOONY TOONS! Shows entertained via that hilarious rascal, the rouge, rippin’ road runner always outwitting the ego driven, carnivorous, idiot coyote, who had a thing for “ACME” killing products.

“…Yes, I rather like the way that sounds, Wile E. Coyote, super genius”!

(as he is about to get run over by a train)

“Be ba be Da, da, da, da, da, ‘that’s all folks!”

Give it up for the clowns over at CNN, FOX News, MSNBC, PBS, RT, Al Jazeera, along with many others, such as Reuters, AP, UPI, you name it, bringing you ‘the fake’, baked in a cake; ever jamming it down your throat until it ’s way more than you can take!  Unadulterated hor$e$hit my brothers and sisters!  Providing–with a nominal charge of at least 200 dollars a month–all who are caught in it’s hypnotic, addictive, alluring WEB of servitude and slavery, an infinite, nauseating assortment of mind control packages, all dressed up in bright, shiny bows, lo, a brilliant array of predictive programming garbage subconsciously injected into it’s unwitting audience…

How much can the human brain, soul, heart take?

Have a groovy, peaceful, restful, happy, confident, clear, sunny Saturday, wherever this little ‘message in a bottle’ may be reaching…


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