January 18, 2005
----- Original Message -----
From: "The One True Jon" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2005 5:10 PM
Subject: Curious about colloidial silver
Dear Ken Adachi,
I am interested in any information you would be willing to share with me
about colloidial silver. I understand that this is for educational, not
P.S. "basic requirement of civilized etiquette". ptoo. I spit
on such a phrase. Today's rules of etiquette, behavior and so forth were
not created with good intentions. The English language itself skews and
distorts one's perception of reality through the implied relationships it
subtly reinforces in the heads of those who use it. Identity is no more
than the distortion in the perfect lens of our Being. In other words, I
don't think it has anything to do with etiquette, I think it's just one
of your pet peeves, but that associating the rule with being civilized makes
you feel justified in being particular about it. Aren't brains great? So,
why not just say "I won't answer most unnamed emails. Deal with it"
and be done?
---- Original Message -----
From: "Editor" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "The One True Jon" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2005 6:30 PM
Subject: Re: Curious about colloidial silver
Do you take schizophrenia pills in the morning or do you routinly engage in
such contrarian behavior?
A rhetorical question. No need to reply.
Good Luck and Happy Trails
I didn't catch it immediately, but realized it later when I reread this fellow's
odd "P.S." . It seemed so strange to me when I first read this e-mail
that this guy would initially inquire about colloidal silver in such a polite
manner and then inexplicably launch into a vitriolic and condeming post script
about a phrase I use on the "Contact Us " page concerning signing
ones e-mail when contacting me. It's hardly something you would do if you
expect someone to take the time to reply and send you the information you
request. It's like walking up to a stranger on the street, asking him for
a dollar, and then spitting on him while he's lookiing through his pockets
for the money- really schitzo. Of course, I'm not going to oblidge someone
who behaves like that and said my too-dah-loo to "The One True Jon"
However, when re-reading his P.S. after posting it on the web, I noticed
the second little 'post script' after the initials -"TOTJ". The
tag line that reads:
What's that all about you might ask? That's the One True Nutcase's real reason
for sending me the e-mail in the first place. He wanted to plant a satanic
cryptogram, a curse of sorts. The term "3 Forks" refers to the Trident
spear or the three prong Devil's pitchfork that you might see in cartoons,
and the "No Mercy" part was intended as a hex or curse. The Trident
is a very old satanic symbol going back to the times of Babylonia and Nimrod.
In fact, the Trident was one of the symbolic representations of Nimrod. Of
course, we also see another version of the three prong Trident in the Fleur-de-lis,
another Illuminati/satanic symbol.
This is the second satanic cryptogram I received this week. That guy made
a similar innocent inquiry about a product and then inexplicably attaches
a photo of himself to his e-mail showing his right eye only, accented with
concentric rings centered on the eye (morphed into the picture using Photoshop)
-without a word of explanation or reference. In my reply, I asked him if he
was a satanist and why he was sending me the "all seeing eye". I
think I also called it the satanic 'stink eye' . He replied that he wasn't
a satanist and just liked to "fool around" and "freak people
out". He said that it looked like he 'succeeded' with me. I didn't believe
him of course. He was sending the message "we're watching you; nowhere
to hide", etc. The typical satanic crap.
Why do satanic minions always imagine themselves to be so clever when they
telegraph their intentions with a bullhorn?
Anyway, I put the Blood of Jesus on both of them and sent them wishes for
recovery and return.
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