Oh, and a few more things.
As far as the makeup of people in my area, I'd say the most common professions are computer programmers and nurses. NOT doctors, lawyers, heads of
state, etc. Not to say those types of people don't hash here and there. We might have one lawyer who does real estate law, but he's not a
But the hash is open to anybody who wants to come run. And at times, that has brought in other people that might have more prestige in society.
Mostly, we get the opposite of the leader types. Because the hash has a bit of a raunchy reputation, those people with images to protect don't really
come out to hash, in my experience. So you don't get lawyers, CEOs, politicians, etc. You get average people with regular jobs.
In another article you mention that KGB agents were hashers? So what? The hash is a concept that goes beyond national borders. Was the Catholic
church evil because members of the Nazi party were Catholics? Does a religion practiced around the world mean it's being influenced by other
governments just because government personnel may be a part of that religion in a foreign country? You are grasping at straws to try to come to
I don't even know whether it's true. Give us some non-anecdotal proof. IF KGB agents were hashers, it would not bother me. Everybody, even KGB
agents, does things for fun. Suppose a KGB member was part of a world-wide bicycling club because he liked to bike. Does that mean the bike
organization is corrupted?
I mean, even if the KGB were part of hash groups over in Russia, how would that spread to the US? As stated before, each kennel is different. There
is no controlling group or organization except at the kennel level. Possibly the city level. But an autonomous group operating in Russia that
happens to have KGB agents has no affect on an autonomous group operating in the US.
You know it's strange how you're asking for proof that hashes do charity. How about a little proof about anything other than hashes can be a little
raunchy? You launch into coincidences and try to tie them together into a theory. How about proof? Saying G is used by masons and that G for
Gispert has the same meaning is not by coincidence. Prove it.
Your arguments are equivalent to things like, oh here, let me make one up right now. You're on a website that starts with www. W is the 23rd letter
of the alphabet. 2 x 3 = 6. So that means www stands for 666. Argh! This site bears the mark of the beast! And you're posting on it. That means
you are part of a Luciferian cult.
edit on 23-10-2012 by excultmember because: grammar and punctuation.