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The nearer the Pope familiarity breeds cons trope

The nearer the Pope familiarity breeds cons trope

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Published by Frank Gallagher
Higher and higher the nearer to hemp … to hell with hope … get the rope
Higher and higher the nearer to hemp … to hell with hope … get the rope

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Published by: Frank Gallagher on Nov 04, 2013
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 is a simplified and obf*scatory lang*age designed to maDe independent tho*ght impossible.
 means holding two contradictory beliefs sim*ltaneo*sly.
 are those who s*ppress all dissenting opinion.
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 is a s*preme dictator who watches e'eryone.$eality is the Tr*th imper'io*s to perception yet precisely d*e to perception
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