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redqueen

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bc hasn't worked for awhile Frank would Ya
mind posting the gist of what's being said or
something that can help me in lookin for a different
source?Please
 

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TempestOfTempo

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that's a beautiful sight but Ya Know tptb won't let that fly
they like to make sure they are in charge of all Our necessities
We need to live,they also like charging Us money for those
things

Me and the lil one were just talking about this and I told them
I can See tptb polluting Our air so much so they can then sell
Us clean air in a bottle or something and I can See that,when
it comes to these evils there is nothing I would put past them
Back in the 80s, Tokyo's smog situation was so out of control that they did have fresh oxygen vending machines. Honestly not sure if they still have them or not...
 

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Sperm concentration:

15-45 days post-vaccination: -14.5%

75-120 days post-vaccination: -15.4%

150+ days post-vaccination: -15.9%

Total motile count:

15-45 days post-vaccination: -2.0%

75-120 days post-vaccination: -22.1%

150+ days post-vaccination: -19.4%

Despite claims of later recovery in the abstract, it seems like numbers point to the opposite. And that's just after the first two doses.


"I could defile myself into a Porsche by the end of the year..."
 
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"Asterix and the Chariot Race" (French for "Asterix et Transitalique", "Asterix and the Trans-Cursive") is the 37th book in the Asterix series, and the third book written by Jean-Yves Ferry and illustrated by Didier Conrad. The book was released worldwide in more than 20 languages on October 19, 2017(19.10=911) with a print run of 5 million copies

*The word "race" can be used not only as a chariot race, but also as a race of people.

On the Russian-language site, I created a post on this comic, which came out before the events of the coronavirus pandemic. There are some interesting coincidences, but I've only looked at a third of the comic. When I finish reading it, I'll translate it and make a post in one of the threads.



"crowned" = 37 (Full Reduction)
In Shakespeare's 37th sonnet, the 55th (LV) word out of 116 is "crowned".

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auriga_(slave) :

In ancient Rome, the auriga was a slave with gladiator status, whose duty it was to drive a biga, the light vehicle powered by two horses, to transport some important Romans, mainly duces (military commanders). An auriga was a sort of "chauffeur" for important men and was carefully selected from among trustworthy slaves only.

It has been supposed also that this name was given to the slave who held a laurel crown, during Roman Triumphs, over the head of the dux, standing at his back but continuously whispering in his ears "Memento Mori" ("remember you are mortal") to prevent the celebrated commander from losing his sense of proportion in the excesses of the celebrations.

The term became common in later times to indicate any biga driver.





 
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Back in the 80s, Tokyo's smog situation was so out of control that they did have fresh oxygen vending machines. Honestly not sure if they still have them or not...
lmbo Thank Ya TempestOfTempo
that's something I didn't Know and by the looks
of what I can find it was being sold in 2006 still so
chances are it's probably still available

 

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The reference to "see the missing scroll" is the previous Asterix book and the second one by Jean-Yves Ferri
a reference to the insider that was posted in the comic book

Asterix and the Missing Scroll (French: Le Papyrus de César, "Caesar's Papyrus") is the 36th book in the Asterix comics series, and the second written by Jean-Yves Ferri and illustrated by Didier Conrad.[1] A central theme is censorship and the battle over information.
Plot:
Caesar has completed writing his Commentaries on the Gallic War, but his publisher, Libellus Blockbustus, encourages him to omit Chapter 24 on "Defeats at the Hands of the Indomitable Gauls of Armorica", fearing it would besmirch the Roman leader's curriculum vitae. A mute Numidian scribe, Bigdhata, steals a copy of the chapter and gives it to the journalist Confoundtheirpolitix, who in turn passes it on to the village of indomitable Gauls.
Chief Vitalstatistix is unfazed by the lie that all Gaul has been conquered by the Romans, but his wife Impedimenta urges him to campaign for the truth. Since the Gauls have, unlike the Greeks and Romans, no skills in reading and writing, the druid Getafix (accompanied by Asterix, Obelix and Dogmatix) travels to the sacred forest of the Carnutes to meet his former teacher, Archaeopterix, who will then pass on the truth by word of mouth to future generations. The true story eventually reaches René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo in a French cafe, who publish the censored tales in comic books as the Asterix adventures.

 

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lmbo Thank Ya TempestOfTempo
that's something I didn't Know and by the looks
of what I can find it was being sold in 2006 still so
chances are it's probably still available

One of the flavors back then included "Minty Fresh" lol... nothing like oxygen from a vending machine to exemplify how "advanced" we have become after the industrial revolution eh?
 

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Asterix and the Griffin (French: Astérix et le Griffon) is the 39th book in the Asterix series, and the fifth to be written by Jean-Yves Ferri and illustrated by Didier Conrad.[1] The book was released worldwide in more than 20 languages on 21 October 2021 with an initial print run of over 5 million copies.
In Rome, the geographer Cartographus informs Julius Caesar of the reported existence of the griffin, a beast that is half-eagle and half-lion with horse's ears, located in Sarmatian territory in the remote eastern lands of Barbaricum. The Romans have captured a Sarmatian Amazon woman, Kalashnikova, who cautions against attempting to capture the griffin. Her warning is deliberately misinterpreted by Cartographus and goes unheeded. Caesar deploys an expedition of Roman soldiers to locate and capture the griffin, which he intends to display at the circus in Rome in an effort to boost his popularity.

Notice that the axe is stuck in the ground on the east side.
I overlaid the map below, although I didn't need to, since the French version of wikipedia has a picture of the Sarmatian lands.


 

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Asterix and the Griffin (French: Astérix et le Griffon) is the 39th book in the Asterix series, and the fifth to be written by Jean-Yves Ferri and illustrated by Didier Conrad.[1] The book was released worldwide in more than 20 languages on 21 October 2021 with an initial print run of over 5 million copies.
In Rome, the geographer Cartographus informs Julius Caesar of the reported existence of the griffin, a beast that is half-eagle and half-lion with horse's ears, located in Sarmatian territory in the remote eastern lands of Barbaricum. The Romans have captured a Sarmatian Amazon woman, Kalashnikova, who cautions against attempting to capture the griffin. Her warning is deliberately misinterpreted by Cartographus and goes unheeded. Caesar deploys an expedition of Roman soldiers to locate and capture the griffin, which he intends to display at the circus in Rome in an effort to boost his popularity.

Notice that the axe is stuck in the ground on the east side.
I overlaid the map below, although I didn't need to, since the French version of wikipedia has a picture of the Sarmatian lands.


Interesting posts Slava but not sure how this fits in with the Covid Scamdemic and doctors speaking out?
 
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