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10 hours ago, buffalo_bill said:

Nothing because the envelope is sealed.

...and no one would ever open and make a copy of someone...555555555555555

It's called blackmail....like with the speeding cameras and those that had special people in their car when a picture was taken of the speeding car...had some embarrassed people 55555555555

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17 hours ago, buffalo_bill said:

I don´t know what koolaid is

You ask, I comply...google is your friend.

Kool-Aid is a brand of flavored drink mix owned by Kraft Heinz based in Chicago, Illinois. The powder form was created by Edwin Perkins in 1927 based upon a liquid concentrate called Fruit Smack.

Kool-Aid was invented by Edwin Perkins in Hastings, Nebraska. All of his experiments took place in his mother's kitchen.[1] Its predecessor was a liquid concentrate called Fruit Smack. To reduce shipping costs, in 1927, Perkins discovered a way to remove the liquid from Fruit Smack, leaving only a powder; This powder was named Kool-Aid. Perkins moved his production to Chicago in 1931 and Kool-Aid was sold to General Foods in 1953.[2] Hastings still celebrates a yearly summer festival called Kool-Aid Days on the second weekend in August, in honor of their city's claim to fame. Kool-Aid is known as Nebraska's official soft drink.

"Drinking the Kool-Aid" is an expression used to refer to a person who believes in a possibly doomed or dangerous idea because of perceived potential high rewards. The phrase often carries a negative connotation. It can also be used ironically or humorously to refer to accepting an idea or changing a preference due to popularity, peer pressure, or persuasion. In recent years it has evolved further to mean extreme dedication to a cause or purpose, so extreme that one would "drink the Kool-Aid" and die for the cause.

The phrase originates from events in Jonestown, Guyana, on November 18, 1978, in which over 900 members of the Peoples Temple movement died. The movement's leader, Jim Jones, called a mass meeting at the Jonestown pavilion after the murder of U.S. Congressman Leo Ryan and others in nearby Port Kaituma. Jones proposed "revolutionary suicide" by way of ingesting a powdered drink mix lethally laced with cyanide and other drugs which had been prepared by his aides.[1][2]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drinking_the_Kool-Aid

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On 8/17/2020 at 6:46 AM, buffalo_bill said:

" Everyone who visits the brothel must fill out a form with their contact details, which are kept in a sealed envelope. "

 

Oh yes

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The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Electric_Kool-Aid_Acid_Test

The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test is a nonfiction book by Tom Wolfe that was published in 1968. The book is remembered today as an early – and arguably the most popular – example of the growing literary style called New Journalism. Wolfe presents an as-if-firsthand account of the experiences of Ken Kesey and his band of Merry Pranksters, who traveled across the country in a colorfully painted school bus, the destination of which was always Furthur, as indicated on its sign, but also exemplified by the general ethos of the Pranksters themselves. Kesey and the Pranksters became famous for their use of LSD and other psychedelic drugs in hopes of achieving intersubjectivity. The book chronicles the Acid Tests (parties in which LSD-laced Kool-Aid was used to obtain a communal trip), the group's encounters with (in)famous figures of the time, including famous authors, Hells Angels, and the Grateful Dead, and it also describes Kesey's exile to Mexico and his arrests.

 

 

Tom Wolfe chronicles the adventures of Ken Kesey and his group of followers. Throughout the work, Kesey is portrayed as someone starting a new religion. Due to the allure of the transcendent states achievable through drugs and because of Kesey's ability to preach and captivate listeners, he begins to form a band of close followers. They call themselves the "Merry Pranksters" and begin to participate in the drug-fueled lifestyle. Starting at Kesey's house in the woods of La Honda, California, the early predecessors of acid tests were performed. These tests or mass usage of LSD were performed with lights and noise, which was meant to enhance the psychedelic experience.

The Pranksters eventually leave the confines of Kesey's estate. Kesey buys a bus in which they plan to cross the country. It is driven by the legendary Neal Cassady, the person upon whom Dean Moriarty's character in Jack Kerouac's On the Road was based. They paint it colorfully and name it Furthur. They traverse the nation, tripping on acid throughout the journey. As the Pranksters grow in popularity, Kesey's reputation grows as well. By the middle of the book, Kesey is idolized as the hero of a growing counterculture. He starts friendships with groups like Hells Angels and their voyages lead them to cross paths with icons of the Beat Generation. Kesey's popularity grows to the point that permits the Pranksters to entertain other significant members of a then growing counterculture. The Pranksters meet the Grateful Dead, Allen Ginsberg and attempt to meet with Timothy Leary. The failed meeting with Leary leads to great disappointment. A meeting between Leary and Kesey would mark the meeting of East and West.

In an effort to broadcast their lifestyle, the Pranksters publicise their acid experiences and the term Acid Test comes to life. The Acid Tests are parties at which everyone takes LSD (which was often put into the Kool-Aid they served) and abandon the realities of the mundane world in search of a state of "intersubjectivity." Just as the Acid Tests are catching on, Kesey is arrested for possession of marijuana. In an effort to avoid jail, he flees to Mexico and is joined by the Pranksters. The Pranksters struggle in Mexico and are unable to obtain the same results from their acid trips....

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An Acid Test invitation from 1965

 

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A TV station tried to find out from several participants what they would like to say by walking through the streets. 2 of them showed Q-anon stickers. The most intelligent of these participants recommended the reporter to look it up in the internet, the others either threatened them or started yelling something about good old Billy Gates, vaccinating and generally loosing control plus Merkel leading a gang of monsters trying to conquer Germany. The reporter answered that they were able to enforce their right to demonstrate by a nocturnal decision of our justice system but that exceeded their mental capacity. Late afternoon they spread rumours that Trump would be in town, they did not know that Donald plays golf over the weekend.

Where do all these idiots come from?

 

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Still sleeping Bubi...1.2M protesters in German...even Robert Keddey, Jr. was there but the lying/false media never reports the facts!

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Cav , it was 38000 people estimated. The creme de la creme of the German associated idiots. Maybe still more that during President Trump´s inauguration. People of your school of thinking have obviously problems with  numbers. Start using reasonable sources one day but you won´t.

https://www.tagesspiegel.de/berlin/bibelsprueche-trommeltanz-und-faschisten-zehntausende-demonstrieren-in-berlin-gegen-die-corona-massnahmen/26140564.html

If you want another 20 links to German papers writing about him, no pomplemm. This guy also needs treatment, obviously.

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you can go back to sleep as you don't even know what is going on in Germany...but you are an expert on the USA 🤣 🤣🤣🤣🤣 ROTFLMAO

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