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#1 Jim Hackett II

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Posted 07 October 2014 - 07:01 AM

For myself when I wondered about the assassination's fable vs. truth in youth I headed for the "Carnagie" Library.

Weisberg and Lane and Thompson and Popkin and Meaghler though except for Lane and Thompson I had to go to the IU Library in Bloomington.

 

Those fine folks were the first questioners asking the same freaking questions I had and positing things that made more sense than the LHO Fable in particular.

Ideas that could actually pass the smell test as so much of the WCReport could not.

Not as dictation but as sign pointers on the road to the Oceania Conclusion of the now.

 

Time will bring the aging of perspective and where once the bright light of youth and bravado shone a wisdom of equals.

What the heqq does all this time passage have to do with the now and the super state?

 

Well the younger gotta have somewhere to get reality besides wikibullpedia and McMadman McAdams and Smack da Gary.

Whatever these maggots are getting paid it is too damn much...

 

The assembled experiences and knowledge right flipping here and the MAIN PAGE information I hope are someone's 'Carnagie Library'.

The curious will find the as the Gyrene says 'the straight skinny" in polite terms.

The curious of any age.

 

Too much of history today is a smather of bull and a sprinkle of truth according to the MSM.

Little wonder people around the world know the murder of politicians matter,

the murder of "reporters' too.

 

I never imagined at age 20 to live to see 30,

all else was out of the question

I never dreamt of seeing 60,

but since I did

I'll still speak truth to the international security/surveillance state's citizens.

 

With those that have lighted the walkway for me how can I not?

I see more illumination up ahead.


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#2 Greg Burnham

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Posted 07 October 2014 - 10:52 AM

Jim,

 

I certainly hope that we can live up to your very ambitious hope for us, namely, that we become the "Carnegie Library" for some of those seeking to learn about this subject.


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#3 Jim Hackett II

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Posted 09 October 2014 - 11:04 AM

It is without a doubt that this site is not in vain.

 

I started to email the admininstrators, but I decided I wanted to say this publicly.

Stan your work is top knotch.

Greg your effort and expenditures are not wasted.

Charlie you keep on keeping on to keep the direction proper.

Phil keep the ink and medium handy please.

Adele trust that your portion of knowing that which we know is IMPORTANT!

 

I hate lists because some always are overlooked, anyway there have been few jfk forums of the quality of the main site and this forum.

Y'all know this.

 

Greg if anyone were to apply this site as a substitute for a small town "Carnigie Library",

I am certain also beyond doubt that they would find a much better collection of valid data than I did in the stacks.

 

Truth and integirty never die even when buried in buloney.

Jim



#4 Greg Burnham

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Posted 09 October 2014 - 04:52 PM

Isn't that "bulloney" with too "L's"???  :D


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#5 Jim Hackett II

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Posted 10 October 2014 - 07:10 PM

Lost an "L"...

It should have been "bulloney".

 

Some quite close to me say I'd forget my behind if it were not attached.

 

I hold a different view.....

my behind is on its' own to keep up and keeping up is getting easier all the time.

;)

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