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I suspect, he must be just a tad bit crazier than me lol Though his craziness started in 94? mine started in 78. I bet I could give him a run for his money lol lol
originally posted by: dashen
a reply to: GreenWitch2Hartford
What do you figure Admiral Rogers (17th director of the National Security Agency btw) is up to?
Both of Peggy's parents were of Ashkenazi Jewish descent. Her mother, Florette Seligman (1870–1937), was a member of the Seligman family. When she turned 21 in 1919, Peggy Guggenheim inherited US$2.5 million, about US$36.1 million in today's currency. Guggenheim's father, Benjamin Guggenheim, a member of the Guggenheim family, died in the sinking of the RMS Titanic, and he had not amassed the fortune of his siblings; therefore her inheritance was far less than the vast wealth of her cousins.
Most often presenting as a keyhole-shaped pupil, coloboma may affect one or both eyes.
originally posted by: AgarthaSeed
a reply to: Sostratus
Back when Q first posted #216, that seemed to be the consensus ( the Vatican layout. )
And it still very well could be.
...or it could be time travel.
Thursday on MSNBC’s “All In,” Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) said he thought Donald Trump, Jr. lied during his testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Blumenthal said, “I would anticipate Donald Trump, Jr. hopefully coming back before the Judiciary Committee. He testified before the Judiciary Committee that his father had no advanced knowledge about the Trump Tower meeting on June 9.”
Hayes asked, “He told you under oath in closed session?”
Blumenthal said, “He told us under potential penalty of perjury. Michael Cohen yesterday described in some detail a meeting where the president was told by Donald Trump Jr. about that meeting and events.”