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What the hell?
And please -- It's Michel de Nostredame, duh. The Latinized version is sooooo overused.
j.d., you're lucky I didn't call him Freedom Fries.
If it's a hypothetical quote, why couldn't he have said it in American to begin with...?
This recurring feaure KILLS me.
sc, I already dug myself a hole with this post, so I haveta be careful with people of distinction who don't speak English.dr mvm, it could be all the pointy edges of this feature. My apologies for any injuries I have inadvertently caused you.
"The man of spots will sitIn front of his skyless window:Writing words never traced by human hand, Placed in mouths that never speak them."does he have Measles or Chicken Pox?
I bet when the man of spots sits down it will be on North Lincoln Avenue.
I thought this through. I really did.A man who works for the Dept. of Defense, staring from the inside at a two-way inspection window of his quarantine cell, because of a deadly disease, whose effects include dark red spots, created by the very same people he worked for had broken loose and had swallowed the Western World in panic and fear, thousands inflicted with no hope in sight, when he in fact had worked to create a vaccine in pill form in case and when it was released, but the government has to keep it hidden for a while, or the fact that they had created a destructive agent that had been used both deliberately and accidentally would destroy it.It's Outbreak with a touch of V for Vendetta!
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