Re: Getting people to say nice things about Microsoft (Linspire repo) <OT>

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Sorry - you had clearly mentioned it is your last incarnation on the earth. However, physical incarnations are not pleasant in general............try and see if you can escape physical manifestation altogether - maybe incarnate between the psychic and causal dimensions unlike the rest of us, who do so between the physical and psychic dimensions. :-)




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If this is indeed your last incarnation, do you mean specifically on the earth, or more generally in the physical dimension? :-)


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On Thu, 2007-02-01 at 09:41 -0800, Norm wrote:
> Ric Moore wrote:
> > On Fri, 2007-01-26 at 14:59 -0500, Dmitriy Kropivnitskiy wrote:
> >  
> >> Ric Moore wrote:
> >>    
> >>> That wasn't nice. "old age stories"? Ric
> >>>      
> >> Person who owned a car in 49 is objectively old :)
> >>    
> >
> > Suppose you were born in '49? (like me) I only got my AARP card 7 years
> > ago. That's still young! I just don't look in the mirror when I shave
> > anymore. :) Ric
> A tree planted in '49 is not old and could be considered to be a long
> ways short of its prime.

Statistically that is very true ... of trees. Any human born in '49
statistically has more life behind them than in front of them. Since
this is to be my last incarnation here on Earth, I'm looking forward to
suffering in 7 dimensions, in the next plane, instead of just 4. Read
Edgar Cayce, we Scorpios are on our last turn of the wheel in this plane
which is a festering cheese ball at times. We're off to Andromeda or
somewhere equally "out there" for the next round of existences. I wonder
what the computers will be like? God forbid, a NetLlama in 7 dimensions.
Just imagine.

<cackles>  So long, and thanks for all the BBQ. Ric



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