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    Rich Man Epidemic:

     

     I know I have discussed this before, but I don't want to see the cycle resurrected.  Women have not heard the full-story of the "sugar daddy" that is abusive to their harems or mistress.  You might not have heard this either?  That dominatrix women have Masters aka: warlocks.  I suspect the Westboro Warlock is something women engage in to cast wicked spells on former boyfriends where some of us might end up in prison or even dead... all the Westboro Warlock need to do is read the court actions or obituaries till his prophetic gaze come true and the women get their wishes, while he gets his undulations.  Some women even do this at Church and ask Jesus to put a hit on their former boyfriend, sort of like... if she can't have him: no one can.  So here I am to reiterate the warning to men and our woman, beware of the "sugar daddies."  In this economy women get desperate for funds... and get sucked right into being mistresses of oft time losers, that steal their "street value" medications, like Vicodan or Librium and parley it to support their concubine slaves with the woman's own needed medication, and have them self-medicate with cheap alcohol, like vodka.  Wake-up women.  The sugar daddies are no good.  Find a wholesome protector and provider.  The economy will change.  Pray and know you prayed for as well. Dreams for Global Imperialism.... Brought To You by: UFO-RIDER Signed: David M. Pedjoe

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