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PostFri Jul 09, 2010 2:37 am » by Gostrider



I bet most kids could be this smart if only the ptb controllers
would back the f**k off with their DUMBING DOWN edu systems,
drugs and posions in the air, water and foods.
THINK :think:
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PostFri Jul 09, 2010 2:46 am » by Emeraldtruth


At about 1 min 23 secs he said ..
"Right now we're at bones n' skull".
Coincidence or skull n bones?

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PostFri Jul 09, 2010 3:02 am » by Gostrider


emeraldtruth wrote:At about 1 min 23 secs he said ..
"Right now we're at bones n' skull".
Coincidence or skull n bones?
:headscratch:

Well in this case I think it is just a coincidence.
The point here is that we all have the potential to be much smarter than
'they' want us to believe, especially at the younger age.
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PostFri Jul 09, 2010 3:43 am » by Gostrider


When I was 7 years old I could look at a blank map of the US with all the states outlined and could fill in every state name perfectly and very quickly! Believe it or not. How many US adults could do that? Sofar I've never found one.

I proved this talent once with a online program by clicking in all the correct states location extremely fast and 100% correct with one of my co-workers watching. She couldn't believe it. Then many of the other co-workers attemped this task. All failed miserably.

Could I learn/do new similar types of task today? No way! Not with all the vaccination shots, chemtrails air, fluoride drinking water and GM foods in my system.
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PostFri Jul 09, 2010 4:02 am » by sockpuppet


gostrider wrote:When I was 7 years old I could look at a blank map of the US with all the states outlined and could fill in every state name perfectly and very quickly! Believe it or not. How many US adults could do that? Sofar I've never found one.




I can. :oops: But I love geography and maps and my family bought me an atlas when I was 8. I still have it, though the pages are all falling out.
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PostFri Jul 09, 2010 4:18 am » by Slowlyawakening


The 3 months that I was in college, I didn't have to study for any of my geography tests. It was too easy. And I requested to be moved from Spanish 101 to 102 but was still better than the other students. English was easy too. The only problems I had were in Math.

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PostFri Jul 09, 2010 4:56 am » by Gostrider


sockpuppet wrote:
gostrider wrote:When I was 7 years old I could look at a blank map of the US with all the states outlined and could fill in every state name perfectly and very quickly! Believe it or not. How many US adults could do that? Sofar I've never found one.




I can. :oops: But I love geography and maps and my family bought me an atlas when I was 8. I still have it, though the pages are all falling out.

:flop: Right on Sock! I have always been interested in geography too.

I've met many people that could not even read a road map. Also I seen this one vid where random (US) people were asked to point out Iraq on a globe. Many if not most did not even have a clue. Talk about the dumbing down of society ....
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