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    Thesis Brain Gear:


    Welcome to another in the think tank: Do you know in Vincent Van Gogh's time.  They did not use electro-convulsive treatment aka: ECT.  They dipped them in tanks of ice water to shock the system!  (Sound saner than ECT?  It is!  No brain damage!).  But I have improved on the Frigid tank system.  One is you take ice cold showers in the Winter-time, has many health benefits... cold showers.  It lowers one's blood pressure, it saves the lanolin in your skin fatty tissue to protect you from all season skin disorders, you also adjust to 64 indoor temperatures, like AC in the Summer-time.  Oh Yeah!  Also the best deal in hot spells with well water.  The shower is your swimming pool and the AC is your salvation from drowning.  Real cool.  Ride the wave... The improvement I collected from experience and buddies is "Brain Freeze" from eating ice cold Ice Cream.  This gets right to the psychic source and re-boots your brain not chill your body. That from the tank option can overheat your head as a survival mechanism from hyperthermia.  I wish I had more to say, the saving drown victims is priceless.  A gift you can share with loved ones.  "Freely ye have received, freely give."  Half right!  "Give and it will be given onto thee" and immutable law!  God is good.  Amen.  Catch a wave and your sitting on top of the World... wave to your friends, and toot your horns once again.  Si?  Bueno Noches!  Papa Low Rider!  From the desk of Almighty God on Earth Bringing you thesis concepts near daily Warning do not spam. Read!  FWD and Save... Signed: Perkaunas Mirtis Puodzunius

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