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Chief ·
Originally Posted by Chameli: @ SkeldonDude you know what dude, seems to me that some folks on gni are suffering from some mental illness (not talking about the thread starter) Count me in I am from Berbice!!
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Re: The obvious may not be reliable

Chief ·
Originally Posted by Riya: Take it easy, Chief. The man said he got mental problems. Happy New Year Suga
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Chief ·
Originally Posted by cain: See, I always say dat chief need a good lash yeh. Yo we have to catch up this year. If you coming to NY give me a holler.
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Shanoa ·
Originally Posted by Chief: Originally Posted by Riya: Take it easy, Chief. The man said he got mental problems. Happy New Year Suga Same to you, Chief
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Re: The obvious may not be reliable

skeldon_man ·
Originally Posted by Chief: Originally Posted by Chameli: @ SkeldonDude you know what dude, seems to me that some folks on gni are suffering from some mental illness (not talking about the thread starter) Count me in I am from Berbice!! Chief, count you in as suffering from mental illness? Does this Berbice thing have anything to do with Canje mad house?
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Re: The obvious may not be reliable

warrior ·
Originally Posted by skeldon_man: Originally Posted by Chameli: @ skeldon dude! there is a great ad on local TV for mental illness...some folks who spend their time blabbering on gni should pay a bit of attention to it...nastiness abounds Cham, I have been around handicapped children and adults for a long time. I have volunteered for Special Olympics and have done a lot of volunteering for the mentally and physically disadvantaged. I hate to see some of these nasty and ignorant jackasses...
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Shanoa ·
Just for the record....Chief speaking for himself This Berbician is sane as can be!
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Re: The obvious may not be reliable

skeldon_man ·
Originally Posted by warrior: Originally Posted by skeldon_man: Originally Posted by Chameli: @ skeldon dude! there is a great ad on local TV for mental illness...some folks who spend their time blabbering on gni should pay a bit of attention to it...nastiness abounds Cham, I have been around handicapped children and adults for a long time. I have volunteered for Special Olympics and have done a lot of volunteering for the mentally and physically disadvantaged. I hate to see some of these...
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Re: The obvious may not be reliable

Chief ·
Originally Posted by skeldon_man: Originally Posted by Chief: Originally Posted by Chameli: @ SkeldonDude you know what dude, seems to me that some folks on gni are suffering from some mental illness (not talking about the thread starter) Count me in I am from Berbice!! Chief, count you in as suffering from mental illness? Does this Berbice thing have anything to do with Canje mad house? It has to do with dem Canje gals and after 6pm then everyone get mad.
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Re: The obvious may not be reliable

skeldon_man ·
Originally Posted by warrior: Originally Posted by Ronald Anthony Arjune: The schizophrenic may be the solution to understand the unexplained but we have not been trained to reason with them. They, the public, don't want to buy my books probably because their mental reflection and reading my books will automatically resolve the unknown with the intuition obtained therein. IT is my belief that harmful interactions between people is meant to harm man physically by their psychological...
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Re: The obvious may not be reliable

skeldon_man ·
Originally Posted by Chameli: @ skeldon dude! there is a great ad on local TV for mental illness...some folks who spend their time blabbering on gni should pay a bit of attention to it...nastiness abounds Cham, I have been around handicapped children and adults for a long time. I have volunteered for Special Olympics and have done a lot of volunteering for the mentally and physically disadvantaged. I hate to see some of these nasty and ignorant jackasses make mockery of these unfortunate...
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Chief ·
Originally Posted by Chameli: since when this bie a hindu..is this an insult??? all along he said they are christian dat foucker mad.
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Shanoa ·
Take it easy, Chief. The man said he got mental problems.
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cain ·
See, I always say dat chief need a good lash yeh.
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warrior ·
Originally Posted by Ronald Anthony Arjune: The schizophrenic may be the solution to understand the unexplained but we have not been trained to reason with them. They, the public, don't want to buy my books probably because their mental reflection and reading my books will automatically resolve the unknown with the intuition obtained therein. IT is my belief that harmful interactions between people is meant to harm man physically by their psychological conspiracy looking that the problem is...
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TI ·
Wear on a helmet and neck brace, and hopefully you won't get beheaded!
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The obvious may not be reliable

Ronald Anthony Arjune ·
The schizophrenic may be the solution to understand the unexplained but we have not been trained to reason with them. They, the public, don't want to buy my books probably because their mental reflection and reading my books will automatically resolve...
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they Don't Talk With Their Hearts

Ronald Anthony Arjune ·
They (the truth) don't talk with their hearts and they appear trustworthy but are really fake to get by in life. They are disabling the WIFI on my phone, tablet and laptop and I struggle in anguish to establish a connection. I believe they changed the circuitry in these devices and somehow the technology has to adapt to prevent them from failing, giving technology a handicap. I recently removed a virus from windows defender-a Trojan. They may be freemasons and I don't trust walking on the...
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Re: they Don't Talk With Their Hearts

cain ·
"Maybe the temple of Solomon is covered because we wouldn't know the name of God because if we pronounced it IT may kill God or make him manifest as flesh and fill the hole of man (the anus that God created in the Man) Zero was from India so the Man may be Hindu since Zero relates to a hole and OM." AhOmmmm!!!!!
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Re: they Don't Talk With Their Hearts

Ronald Anthony Arjune ·
Further Reasoning: They use our trust to control us with our incomplete perception (what you don't know I will write next, or the pending contact on the keyboard of this computer, or going to the store to buy milk). They are controlling our dimension of mind with the dimensions of the physical perspective of our eyes as we wonder when the contact with the material will be made with our bodies, so we yearn always feeling the need for our bearing. The word spoken by someone does not correlate...
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Re: they Don't Talk With Their Hearts

cain ·
RE: they Don't Talk With Their Hearts How about those who talk with their butts? http://soundbible.com/2150-Common-Fart.html
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The dirt is the body of the spirit

Ronald Anthony Arjune ·
They disable us with dirt. You have to touch the dirt to touch the Jews. Disregard washing hands. They fooled the Hindus with cleanliness. They use the extra irrational number to control by creating the complementary of the whole with it with the circumcision foreskin. For example if you weigh an apple you will have an irrational number and not an exact quantity. They (truth) ignore the direction and momentum of the heart to ignore man and nature since that rejects the emotions. I think God...
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