Message from discussion 3 seconds longer day evry year is 5 minut per 100 years 2.5 solar
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From: Bill Snyder <bsny...@airmail.net>
Subject: Re: 3 seconds longer day evry year is 5 minut per 100 years 2.5 solar
Date: Thu, 04 Oct 2012 11:40:06 -0500
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On Thu, 4 Oct 2012 11:51:29 -0400, GravityPhys...@webtv.net (tj
>[the usual drived]
FOAD, moron. You aren't fooling anybody. And shove your
imaginary engine up your spamming, psychotic ass.
Everybody knows you have no engine, you have no yacht, you have no
money. Every post you make shows us all that you're a dumb,
illiterate bullshit artist.
And you can't even fool the Relfdroid any more. That must suck,
to be a crap-slinger who can't even fool the world's biggest born
sucker. Or maybe you get some kind of kick out of having everyone
laughing at you.
I wonder just how big a loser you are. Do you manage to hold some
kind of ultra-low-end job, of the WalMart greeter or "fries with
that" variety, or are you too crazy to be employable at all?
Interesting that the globe-trotting gazillionare with the huge
yacht and the mansion and all, posts from an ancient webtv
account. You'd think he could afford something a tiny bit
classier. I wonder if he lugs the TV around with him, or just the
set-top box? (Actually, I wonder if he's dialing in from his
trailer, or from his mommy's basement.)
You were mildly amusing when you first showed up, an illiterate
boob trying to pose as a zillionaire inventor, but that was years
ago. And there's nothing more boring than yesterday's stale joke.
Bill Snyder [This space unintentionally left blank]