Originally posted by rydizz
I have some doubts about "Alonzo". I am positive this guy isn't 90 years old, you can just tell from how he types and chooses his words.
Come on, this is ATS! You've seen thousands of these. This is just another "I'm an Illuminati insider" post.
I suppose those of you kind enough to take the time to read my introduction and warn of me of the more...skeptical members, were right indeed.
Please elaborate, what type of "words" and what about my typing style would make you think I am not the age I claim?
Are you insinuating that people of my age group should act and sound a certain way? This whole concept confuses me. Why would I lie about being old? I
wish I could turn back the clock. Trust me.
I dont know anything about any Illuminati other than what Ive read in the DaVinci Code. I had many friends that were Freemasons. And heck I joined the
local Elks Lodge, and was talked into being a Shriner. These are groups similar to Freemasonry, with less secrecy I suppose, leading people to have
less interest in making accusations of dubious activities.
Another poster is asking questions as if I'm lying about what years I was in the service, and why I didnt vote sooner. My response is simple. I know
fully well what was taking place in 1939, and what was happening in 1945. I was young, and had just survived a war, I didnt come home and want to get
into politics right away. I was more concerned with finding a job, going to school, and after meeting my wife (of over 60 years now), was spending
every free moment thinking about her.Eisenhower was the first president I voted for, because that was at a time in my life when I actually began to
develop an interest in politics.
I didnt believe in voting for someone just because I liked their name, political party, or how they looked.
And I dont believe I put off an image of some olf geezer sitting in a cave, isolated from the world since I retired. If I did please forgive me. I
wouldnt call myself "cool" or "hip" as the younger generations put it, but I do spend quite a lot of time watching television programs, and reading
articles, magazines, speaking with my kids, grand kids, great grandkids. When you're around children a lot, and say some extinct vocabulary, you get
puzzled expressions and laughter. You catch on pretty quick that people speak differently now. I'm not exactly a fan of the music nowadays, but
inevitably I hear it.
Just because I'm old doesnt mean I have to choose words that are reminiscent of something out of Shakespeare.
edit on 10-2-2012 by AlonzoTyper
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