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Posted by  Per Corell on October 17, 2002 at 12:58:44:

In Reply to:  Re: sniper - explain posted by d on October 17, 2002 at 12:36:19:

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Maby the direction you describe are true, but please don't forget the response. This response rise more quietly than you think, promising true progress, that's not all true, but pressense are obviously progrss and new technology or just some positive means ,you forget and then you maby would gain more than you allready do by being the true crusaders you realy are, in the eye of all the world.
Also those of youe enemies , ------ what do I know, I think that there are other more important issues same direction as evil allway's take ; evil that's for me different obvious things btw, guess these are very simular with most people.
Technology was what started this thing, and it allready won it, jobs and technology are proberly the best offer technology that can solve the obvious problems, what's wrong making the jobs on that, if it will produce healty houses where there are none.
What's crazy about it, is that it is possible, technology acturly work and you can allready se how most of the world know what U.s. are.
Knew a guy who called his houseboat "Beggers bargain" englisk offcaurse.
This is what I tell you all the time, look around and make a more countious step, even a step back can bring a lot ahead if done at the right time, don't let your enemy point to where you shuld attack

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