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People in Sudan 2000 years ago had as good as no tooth decay – but is using purple nutsedge really the reason for it?

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Dearest Marty, my heart throb,  

Italians examined the teeth of people buried approx. 2,000 years ago in an ancient cemetery in Sudan, and they found as good as no tooth decay. They think that these people probably cleaned their teeth with purple nutsedge and its antibacterial properties. Maybe it helped a little but it is very bitter. I doubt that they all used that bitter weed.  

I am thinking something else, namely that whenever these people lived, medical terrorists had not yet applied remote-controlled germs to destroy people’s teeth. It would be quite revealing to trace back where and when the barbers and butchers started to destroy people’s health with remote-controlled germs/bacteria, etc. It is very sneaky but I don’t think that it is complicated to breed germs under certain codes and activating them via some radio device. Building huge pyramids is difficult. Radio or training animals is not. It is so much older than 1885.  Or 1836 (Samuel Morse).  Or 1830 (James Clerk Maxwell). 

450 BC, the Greeks used optical telegraphy already. And this all these many decades, no culture invented wireless telegraphy/radio before 1830/36? They are pulling our legs.

They write: The funny thing is that, at its core, radio is an incredibly simple technology.

And the problem is that the world still is unaware of radio remote-controlled germs and medical terrorists killing billions of people in an average of 75 years. 

Yes, I know, this is allegedly “crazy” but with enough courage, one can do without a reputation. 😉 Rhett Butler said this, although he meant another kind of reputation. But in principle, it is the same.

You live deep in my heart. You have no intention to leave and I am very glad that you stay. I’ll choose you over and over in a heartbeat, Marty. I am proud of you and your strengths and intellect. It is advanced. And most of all, I love your personality. It speaks directly to me. There is nothing revolting. It is just beautiful in a very tender masculine way.

How can I not be yours? It is impossible.











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  1. Poppy

    November 25, 2015 at 10:27 am

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