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Prefecting the Detection of Deliberateness

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posted on May, 28 2008 @ 05:25 AM

The Cardinal Rules For prefecting the Detection of Deliberateness

From dents in your car due to carelessly out of control shopping trolleys, to someone bumping into you as you round a corner, some things may seem innocent enough but often (and boy do I mean often!) there may be sinister hidden forces at play. How many times have you said “oops” as you are grabbing the left breast of the particularly attractive woman behind you in the bank-cue as you to turn and check the time on the clock? Things that you do in everyday life which you pretend to be accidental, or you keep deliberately secret, are in turn being done to you by everybody else.

I think he's on to something here....

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