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Clippers Setting Sail Towards New Territory -

The great Earl Boykins once stated that pressure busts pipes. Once back in familiar waters, the leftover Clipper crew hopped out, jumped into their shiny Kia®‎ Candenzas, and drove off into the sunset, unwilling to return to Clipperland until months later with vastly improved facial hair and five pounds of... For the Clippers, pressure caused them to anchor into the seabed while simultaneously cracking the hull of their ship. Source:

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MISSILE STONEWARE: Thor's thunder~bolt~serpent “ingot”; Freya's “βαυβóν”; Odin's ferry~boat “dart”. MAGIC.κ.TOOL: hafted saxon knife (“seax”) & saw; hilted hammer & harpoon. ♦SACRED♦ADAMANTINE♦LIGHTNING♦SHUTTLE♦
──► DECK: Move your mouse over the above ło کee the noteς I've inکcribed onło the łhunderbolł-کerpenł's deck. (Sept 2nd). ──► BOTTOM-UP: Odin's ferry boat from beneath (Sept 15th). ──► STAR-BOARD: »thunder-boat«...
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J0 - the master definition of 'A Job' and the acid test for 'Full Employment'
* I *FEEL* fully employed therefore I *AM* fully employed ... EVERYBODY *wants* to create more jobs. But it appears to me that our system for driving our supply for jobs, to satisfy all our needs, and quite...
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The Humpy, H. Dymock 1925
Notes: Hetty Dymock (1876-1977) was born in Poplar, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in the East End of the City on Nov. 1, 1876. The 1882 England census shows the family living in what has been called one of...
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