April 9th, 2007
|01:48 pm - you win a prize!|
I can't totally despise spam mail when their markov generators create some of the best kook rants possible.
plus the subject line is hee-hee-hilarious.
Wonder how you can grow up a "morman" and continue to spell it like that. Anyway. Whose voice can you imagine reading this?
Subject: You win a prize: a lifetime of free Prozac to keep you happy!
From: "Bullock W. Eve" <zisn@.com>
So part of what we're doing is pathologizing childhood with straight-out definition
That's the whole prescription drug racket in a nutshell: it's billions of dollars in
annual profits generated from mind-altering (yet legal) drugs that flat-out kill
RW: That's exactly right. That's how powerful exercise is.
We've been running this race for decades, funding it with literally billions of
dollars. I don't need a sign-up sheet, a corporate sponsor, or money from friends to
work up a sweat.
You can insert, remove, inject, irradiate and chemically assault patients until they
vomit and their hair falls out.
The answer is because "liver disease" is fictitious. Want to know the real answer?
Researchers have been searching for a cure for cancer since the late 1960s, and for
other diseases since at least the 1970s. SS: Then they give him a whole new drug for
the mental disorder caused by the first drug.
I can't wait to see the AA run sponsored by Absolut Vodka. Not one Morman that I
have ever met can step up to this standard so, I'm sorry up until that point I agree
with the information. A grant to develop a drug delivery implant so you could
implant this in the brains of people with schizophrenia and then they wouldn't even
have a chance not to take the drugs! I grew up Morman and was involved in the Morman
community until I was 18 and not once did I meet a Morman who didn't take 'legal'
drugs in one form or the other. It's right in your face, folks: gambling is legal
when powerful corporations or institutions get a piece of the action.
>Whose voice can you imagine reading this?
As Jack Donaghy? Cos that would rule.
Yeah! I was thinking of Jack Donaghy, but the evil sleazy doctor in Malice would work too.
It could almost work as dialogue between Jack and Tracy Jordan.
"I believe that the moon doesn't exist! I believe that vampires are the best golfers, but their curse is they'll never get to prove it! I believe that there are 31 letters in the white alphabet! ...what was the question again?"
Tracy Jordan's crazy is some of the best crazy I've ever seen on TV. If that makes sense.
Tony Robbins' angrier brother.