Sunday, February 04, 2018

Super Blue Blood Bowl LII Pre-Game: Gigantic

Pretty flowers? Pretty. Do you like them? I'm very hungry.


Well, it's the NFLim's Big Day. 


The Big Game is finally here; the Super Blue Blood Bowl LII. And they're pulling out all the stops to ensure that the Vegas are well-pleased with their adorations and ceremonial gladiator games. 






As we've seen, the redesigned NFLim logo not only incorporates the All-Important 44 but also Lyra, the Harp of Apollo.


And the New Atlantis' Baphomets shiteous new logo (well, it will always be new to me) coincidentally corrolates to the GOAT.


Jimbo points us to this flagrant hilarity-the Philae-Delphi Eagles as Giants, trophy as idol perched atop black pyramid. Patro-Baphomets as a Blue Man Group? Luxor-licious!


Oddsmakers in Heaven or Las Vegas are calling for a final score of 91-44.




And boy oh boy, someone's putting their ducks in a row--the Pearly Dow-Drop dropped 666 points on Friday. And thank you to RL for reminding me I forgot to use that line in the last post.



And Trump's approval rating coincidentally jumped to 49 percent. Grant that man Garlands evergreen and forget-me-not wreaths!





By the way, someone remind me to create a 49 tag.




We're definitely going to be needing one.


Love the NLP here- "summon a hologram." Perfect. 

Don't ever change, MKOFTEN legacy-program.


But there's some confusion as to whether His Purpleness will be summoned on account of Prince may have thought holograms were demonic.  



Say, you don't think all of these shenanigans have anything to do with piggybacking on a little Sibyl mojo, do you? 

Either way, I'm betting the Twin Cities pay tribute to the Regulus of Rock in some way. Party like it's 1999!





Sidenote: the "OK, Now Be Really Evil" gang seem to be interested in twins. Or is that the Mengele Effect?


And who better than Philae-Delphi's own Pink to sing "the Star Spangle-Maker Banner?" Let's all hope she gets her voice back.



Cuz' she's a Pearl of a gal. Go Pink! Go Vegas!



While we're at it, let's all hope this Asteroid coming in from the void doesn't rip asunder what it saw. Because I bet a fortune on the Pats.


Or perhaps the Aster-oid! will deliver you-know-who from you-know-where. Keep your fingers crossed, NASA!


But if you want to see the Asteroid AJ12:9, look in the direction of Beauty and the Beast. Hopefully, you won't be seeing it on the third part of the waters.

And say, am I crazy or does 2002 AJ129 encode both 23 September and Revelation 12:9 ("And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.")

Nah, I'm crazy. I mean, what do fallen angels have to do with all of this, anyway?



Right, Phylax? 

How about you; are anti- or pro-Phylaxtic? 

Reason I ask is that some of the most pro-Phylaxtic corporations in the world are jockeying to best please the Pearlies.




For instance, software giant Intuit dew-dropped this little CGI loveletter to the Vegas. It seems to be an orientation video to the post-2044 world. Looks like it cost a packet. Give it a peek. 


Just do it soon. They'll be watching to see if you're watching.



And yeah; not even remotely a coincidence. I mean, allegedly not even remotely a coincidence.



I especially like the scene in A Giant Story when the Vegas unleash the Slaughterbots. So shiny!



OK, so I watched a bunch of the new Super Bowl ads and they are every bit as curb-stompingly stupid as you might expect. I actually lost 5 IQ points just watching them. Through my sick.

However, the new Coca-Cola ad is a fascinating display of submission to our near-future Vegan Overlords. I think it's called "(We'll Make Great) Pets" but maybe I'm thinking of something else.


Screamingly-blatant CIA mind-control outlet Vice got in on the primate surrender-signaling as well, with "AskSlutever"' teaching men how to properly beg the Vegas to spare their puny, miserable lives. 

Beg or peg, I forget which.  I didn't really watch the whole thing seeing how she reminds me of Courtney Love. Just not as murdery.



And no, I didn't spot any Mermaids in the ad previews but I won't die of shock if some do show up. However, there was quite a bit of water symbolism to be found. You'll see what I mean.




Hey; its 12:25, do you know where your Lucifer and his pet Terminator action figures are? 

Ask Alexa.


While you're at it, ask Alexa where your golden Reptilian idol is. You need it for your afternoon grovelings. 

If Alexa Luthor doesn't know, ask Kyle Odom.



Oh; before I forget; ask Kyle where he keeps his "emotional support peacock." I was hoping to borrow it for the Big Game. 


And wouldn't you just know it? Domes! Coincidentalicious!


The domes keep the bad out and the good in. Meaning keeping they keep the choice livestock in their paddocks. 

Soup's on, Semjaza. I bet y'all are downright ravenous after that long trip.



On a more serious topic, here's some sad news- another train crash. Second in two weeks. Cayce is just outside Columbia.





63 comments:

  1. Amazing, as usual. It's all coming down now, isn't it? Literally. I've shooped me a shirt with the New Atlantis Baphomets logo on it and will display it proudly today. If anyone asks, you'll get full credit.

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  2. Domes, 'Continuity of government[civilisation]' shelters, DUMBs, Hades/Underworld, etc.

    This is the predictive programming for its few existing and soon-to-be denizens, and like Hotel California, you can go there (supposedly missing/dead), but you can't leave (until after the cataclysm).

    qv Logan’s Run, The Island, The Village, A boy & his dog, etc.

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    1. What do you recommend the average person do about this impending disaster? Bunker up? Run to the hills and find a cave? Or should we just accept our coming annihilation with stoic acceptance?

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    2. I recommend the average person ceases being an average person.

      Unfortunately, I suspect very few average persons read this blog, so this recommendation won't reach many of them, but then if they read this, they're already well on the way...

      Research!

      Either way, bear in mind that we're still here after 50 million years, and 4,000 'annihilations', so there's plenty of hope for those few who happen to be in the right place at the right time (however miserable survival is). The problem being addressed today, is not how a goodly fraction can survive, but how a technologically advanced civilisation can survive.

      As to 'run up the hills and find a cave' this is precisely what the ancestors of the Basques could well have done. Check 'em out. There are clues as to the cycle of rebirth all over the place.

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    3. Follow the Maya. They up and high tailed it in a big canoe, landed at a place called Brasstown ball. When the water is back in its cradle, walk down the mountain to to a place the Maya called the navel of the world, there you will find instructions of what to do next.

      http://lostworlds.org/mayan-astronomers-forsyth-petroglyph/

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    4. It seems Brian Aldiss figured out (or became privy to) mankind's predicament and wrote an allegory, with names and numbers changed to avoid too great a similarity.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helliconia#Humans

      Cocnerning 'continuity of civilisation', this is an interesting observation from the above:
      "The books hint that humans in some regions are becoming more competent at preserving knowledge and social structures through the winter, and that over the next few great years they may develop a scientific-industrial civilisation capable of surviving throughout the great year"

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    5. Here’s the deal: no one gets out alive. The only goal of life is to make your own dreams. Chris is performing yeoman’s work by telling us of a shadowy group’s agenda to fool us into embracing their dream but that’s all it is.

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    6. As to 'run up the hills and find a cave' this is precisely what the ancestors of the Basques could well have done. Check 'em out. There are clues as to the cycle of rebirth all over the place.

      http://rabbithole2.com/presentation/ancient/petroglyphs_pictographs_cave_drawings_spirals.htm

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  3. Cinimod_ofCarthach9:35 AM, February 04, 2018

    Have you ever read Edgar Cayces readings on Atlantis?

    “Leila's soul was first conceived in the Mind of God, as were each of us. She was among numerous lights that appeared in the dark, when the "morning stars sang together in the heavens." It was the first dawn and she found herself awake and filled with wonder. In this early morning light her virgin consciousness would have been so near to the infinite, omnipotent mind of her Creator that the two were as one. Throughout this wondrous Presence were countless others like herself, yet each with a slightly different point-of-being in the Whole.“

    Lilith shows up here as well.

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    1. Zod that sounds like 'Sophia'
      I wonder if our returning 'Vegans' were the 'Gods' worshipped in ancient Atlantis.
      Perhaps they return to 'war' with their ancient nemesis; to reclaim the planet and all it's resources (including US) for themselves.
      A 'second war' in 'Heaven'?

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  4. I have a strange feeling about this event. I can nearly touch the fear and angst flowing out of the internet prior to this event. False flag theories these day start days or even weeks before these events, and some some of them are very convincing if you look up the players orchestrating security and construction of this thing. Maybe it is the panic they wanted to create inside of the minds of the sceptical thinkers, but this time I can somehow feel it is manifesting on a different level.

    As European I never was interested in the sport activities at a SB, but saw them as prophetic display of the things to come. As crazy as it sounds, I really hope they "only" do their ritualistic display of madness this time and don't kill alot of people in a mass sacrifice.

    Odds are off the chart, that this will be just harmless family fun ...

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  5. "And boy oh boy, someone's putting their ducks in a row--the Pearly Dow-Drop dropped 666 points on Friday. And thank you to RL for reminding me I forgot to use that line in the last post." - I was about to mention such things but thought I'd first read the article. Miguel had like the screen shot I shared of your previous pearly dew drops falling 666 times while Liz blows up such and such amount of buildings within buildings in the year of our Demiurge 2000 t-minus to one. I've been having more and more precog dreams. Some of the commentators you've been attracting show a depth of awareness that skims the cream and garners aplomb. Thanks as always. Feels good that even if I didn't slide this one in for two point conversion that, I'm at least playing with the right team. That is to say, thank you as always, and I look forward to when I can contribute something more useful, in due time.

    CLK this is NFLM or NLMF or I don't know, probably Fox Mulder at this point. Thanks for being a staple in my life. I honestly do not want to live in a world that is bereft of you and your wonderful, thoughtful, useful conclusions. I know you'll never let the bastards get you down, and if they did, fuck man, I'd do what it took to save you. As if I have any power right now anyways. But hell, it's the sentiment, the intention, so, thanks dude. Love your work as usual. Let's see more people contribute monetarily more to the Secret Sun this year, so mote it be.

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  6. "Cayce". Maybe he dreamed that train accident too. He had lots of dreams. People used to dream, then we were drowned with television. TV ads dream for us.

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  7. Sweet baby Jesus! Let the games begin!!!

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  8. 'Fall', the ball's rendered so as to appear either falling through the sky or post-kick heading towards/past goal, It's not a resting on the ground view It's in motion, the ball wouldn't sit like that - not on Earth anyway, add the stitching which looks like the cracking of some unnatural egg &... 'the falling/kicked alien egg will crack/give birth?' - FallingWater will sign It further.

    The signalling in season millie bobby brown of the x-files is being thumb-screwed ever-tighter, chimera spook-vision-twinned girls & the revelation (of the method) of william?

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  9. Great post as usual Chris. So as I was reading this, my wife was looking at her magazine and and yelled “Knowles!” And I looked over and she showed me a big ad on the back it’s a Gucci ad with Mermaids being all hip and lethargic with cell phones- done in a old masters styled painting. I go look into it and it’s a whole line “they” are doing for this year intitled ‘Utopian Fantasy’ it never ends... http://www.dazeddigital.com/fashion/article/38454/1/snow-white-ophelia-gucci-ss18-campaign-ignasi-monreal-alessandro-michele

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    1. I just checked out that link! Lots of pearls, too.

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    2. That's Ophelia, I believe, not a mermaid

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  10. http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/02/no_way_to_run_a_railroad_three_fatal_amtrak_crashes_in_49_days.html
    3 in 49. Linked to Drudge.

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    1. Yesterday, 03.02.1018, a Rasmussen poll has Trump's approval rating at 49%.

      https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-apos-approval-rating-highest-155853086.html

      Lots of coinky-dink fun w/ #49.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/49_(number)

      Symbolically, often associated w/ "The End"; the end of a journey; completion, perfection.

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    2. This brings us to a most peculiar website: http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/train-derailments-1

      It appears to be a double-disinfo site, i.e. it is presented as a woo-woo site salted with obvious fakery and misdirection, in order to provide useful information to its target audience (who?), who no doubt know how to ignore the salt.

      This is supported by a deduction that the incredible pole-shift is what remains after eliminating the impossible, whereupon one can conclude that this 'ning' site is a bit like The Bible: seductively deluding the gullible, offending the intelligent atheist, but informing the cognoscenti.

      Their explanation as to why train derailments are increasing is thus appealing (if you discount the celestial visitor as salt).

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    3. And maybe the fact that the infrastructure is falling apart does not help much with train safety.And the fact that train companies have
      laid of a lot of key employees in the last 20 years can not be helping either.

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  11. https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/weird-news/679459/Half-shark-dolphin-mystery-sea-creature-viral-picture-Australia-Sea-World
    Also linked to Drudge. Because it's the Big Day.

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  12. Writing this at 4 pm I'll say first up I won't be watching the Boring Bowl. I was an NFL fan and had been watching since 1970, but I'm sick of the rigging and now the kneeling crap and so haven't watched any NFL this season.

    Having said that, I'll say if it goes according to the NFL's now VERY TIRED AND TEDIOUS script, the Eagles will come out and strongly dominate the supposedly bewildered Patriots the entire first half. Then, in the second half, the all-knowing "genius" Belichick will make his famous "adjustments" and the Eagles will suddenly "forget" how to play football completely looking like pre-Pop Warner tryouts. Brady will engineer another friggin' miraculous comeback by late in the 4th quarter and prove he's some kind of fucking superhuman freak that can't be stopped. Whatever... Exact same bullshit, different year. Also, look for the Eagles to be heavily penalized as all opponents usually are and watch for the Patriots to get off just about scot-free to enforce the win as per usual.

    The big shock is if the league goes off script and the Pats take a dive instead. Then I'll really wonder what the hell is going on?

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    1. Not far off, actually. Just Brady and the Baphomets couldn't pull off the one last drive bit. They got close, though. The game was definitely sticking to your script throughout.

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  13. I thought it was interesting that the latest X-Files took place in Norfolk. Edgar Cayce's A.R.E. Association for Research & Enlightenment is a half hour away in Virginia Beach. His name was also mentioned in the episode.
    Karin

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  14. I'm going for the Eagles, because I'm sick of watching Brady Bunch re-runs, but the stadium does have a reputation of being a bird killer with its reflective glass walls -

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/minnesota-vikings-apos-us-bank-151537383.html

    Anyway, GO THE EAGLES!!!
    BTW, it's Moonday morning over here in Australia and the live telecast starts at 10am Queensland time, so I'm hoping for a super game and halftime show;-)

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  15. Jonathan E's done his bit by naming some of his team-mates as his 'mancrush(es)' & by kissing his seven year old son on the mouth, surely this will favour the team he plays for in the providential eye of the would-be demiurgical machinators, too late to put money down on a result here, no loss though as filthy lucre cannot be cleaned by dirtying it further.

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  16. & wheelchair/mermaid splice lady gaga, & last year's SB performer ("life changing"), has cancelled her remaining tour dates for 2018:

    http://people.com/music/lady-gaga-cancels-joanne-tour-dates-due-severe-pain/

    stating:

    "...All I know is that if I don’t do this, I am not standing by the words or meaning of my music. My medical team is supporting the decision for me to recover at home,” ... for now, I need to put myself and my well-being first..."

    'Gaga’s last public appearance was on Sunday at the 60th annual Grammy Awards in New York City.'

    Seems the post-birth trauma of this (re-(reeeeeee?)-Born) 'Star' is ongoing.

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  17. watching the game and i already see pearls on kids sweaters super bowl, America the beautiful performance 😶

    i know pearls are on-trend this season but still strange

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  18. I received a wrong number text at 1:45 this afternoon. It began,

    "it's beth"

    Not knowing anyone by that name, I just responded "Hello" and then "Who is this?"

    The response came back:

    "Vegas"

    Not kidding. I think someone is watching today.

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  19. During Odom's performance of America the Beautiful the backup choir of 60 children wore what look like pearls on their sweaters and the camera pulled in close to capture one Patriot's enormous tattoo with the name PEARL on his arm. Then a shot of the Liberty Bell. "In its early years the bell was used to summon lawmakers to legislative sessions and to alert citizens about public meetings and proclamations." Just notes. Wake me at halftime.

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  20. Post-2044 world? Nah, no need to wait that long. Let me share a few nuggets from a tech giant's media prezo I was reading yesterday. Btw this is not some futurama stuff: A 2017 survey of 4,000 business leaders from all around the world shows they will do their darnest to make this happen within the next five years:

    - Chief AI Officer in every corporation
    - ALL employees to learn software coding
    - Automate EVERYTHING
    - Involve ALL employees in "human-machine partnerships".

    In other words, it doesn't matter what the ourcome is, as long as everything we do gets handed over to machines and is run by non-human intelligence.

    Excited?

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    1. NO, not excited; frequency BOOSTED.
      Get off the train man.
      Machines are made by MAN, NOT the other way around.
      Another option?

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    2. Needless to say, tech corporations' marketing messages present this relentless push into AI as a "new dawn". You betcha.

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    3. Well, you can see the latest AI in action on the Internet any time you want.

      All you have to do is post something that states the moon landings were faked (with other supporting evidence: no dust on the landing pads, etc.) and shlll-b0ts start posting human sounding counter-arguments (having matched suitable arguments in their 'tele-sales' script/concordance).

      No doubt the AI can detect a need to respond to dialogue, and in the event it can't handle such repartee itself, it can escalate it to a human supervisor (should they have time).

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    4. Sure, there are chatbots on the Internet. Hey, I was into producing chatbots back 15 years ago, just around the time they passed the Turing test. And there are low-paid interns whose job is commenting to the specs of their paymaster, too. In a lot of news sites, there are enough bots and interns that the comments section tone is dominated by them.

      But the really, truly depressing thing is that the average comment by the average Joe is not, by any stretch of the imagination, of a better level than the bots and interns.

      I mean, if there are moon landing bots, I'm grateful for them. There just aren't enough of us techies around to deal with all the crap by the ignorant average guys, that have been deliberately ego-boosted by marketing so that they believe they have the brain capacity to understand complex engineering. No, generally speaking, they don't. But hey, if people went around looking for advice from experts before buying or believing stuff, why, it would be much harder to sell them crap.

      So yeah, the sad thing is that human beings do really suck that badly. Afraid that the overlords will screw you? Yeah, they will, but the real question is: will they screw you harder than you will screw yourself?

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    5. Way to the miss the point. AI IS us screwing ourselves. Who do you think will be programming them and inputing polluted data?

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    6. We desperately need a Steampunk Revolution.

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    7. A to B
      Different degrees.

      So much style without substance
      So much stuff without style
      It's hard to recognize the real thing
      It comes along once in a while.

      Like a rare and precious metal
      Beneath a ton of rock
      It takes some time and trouble
      To separate from the stock
      You sometimes have to listen to
      A lot of useless talk.

      Shapes and forms, against the norms
      Against the run of the mill
      Swimming against the stream
      Life in two dimensions
      Is a mass production scheme.

      So much poison in power
      The principles get left out
      So much mind on the matter
      The spirit gets forgotten about.
      Like a righteous inspiration
      Overlooked in haste
      Like a teardrop in the ocean
      A diamond in the waste
      Some world views are spacious
      And some are merely spaced.
      Against the run of the mill
      Static as it seems
      We break the surface tension
      With our wild kinetic dreams.
      Curves and lines
      Of grand designs
      Against the run of the mill
      Swimming against the stream
      Life in two dimensions
      Is a mass production scheme.
      Against the run of the mill
      Static as it seems
      We break the surface tension
      With our wild kinetic dreams.

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    8. My fav band; RUSH.
      Lyrics by Peart.

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  21. Found this little known recent news item that was extremely intriguing relating to the NFL and Super Bowl LII (LIE?).
    http://www.beaware.one/2018/01/29/nfl-lawyer-who-claimed-super-bowl-is-rigged-found-dead/

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  22. Listened to the Killing Joke song and looked up the album. According to Wikipedia, it was released in 2003 by Zuma Recordings.

    And we just "lost" the Zuma satellite.

    Also in 2003, the popular casual video game Zuma was released.

    Wow! Far more interesting (and news to ME), in 2003 UNESCO accepts Zuma, Sudan, as a world heritage site. Zuma is an archaeological site with New Kingdom Egyptian pyramids and ritual structures that appear to be quite unique.

    I might be late to this party.

    Best wishes, Chris!

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    1. Speaking of Zuma, no one seems to have mentioned Neil Young's non-CSN&Y effort with Crazy Horse. The album cover has (a) a pyramid, (b) a large stork-like bird, and (c) a woman who appears to be swimming. Sound familiar?

      And on the subject of pearls, maybe Matt Groening has been messing with us all along with Lisa Simpson's necklace. Being a friend of Zappa's (not to mention his forays into genuine social criticism from time to time, see Banksy intro), we can be pretty sure he's plugged into things most are not.

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  23. The commercial with Tyler Perry (yeah, Peri) with him driving backwards, turning back time has a quick flash to a room. On the wall is a Baphomet head.
    Phi has to win, their golden! 1.618

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    1. Vintage Satanist stuff - "walk backwards, speak backwards"... Hence the brand names like Serena Williams' Aneres. Oprah's OWN for NWO. Etc. etc.

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  24. This morning my local Starbucks made me replace my stored value card with a shiny new one. Special edition. What's on it? A big honking mermaid, of course!

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    1. ...and I don't mean the classic, logoized Aquarius variety. More like the Katy Perry / come-hither type mermaid.

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  25. "Lia Testa Teismann, head of secondary courses at the British Council in Singapore, explained how fake news can affect children’s memories and their trust in themselves."

    Whatever next?!...

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    1. Apparently, Ms. Teismann's 3yo son "listens to Led Zeppelin over and over... ...He can identify Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and John Bonham and which instrument they play, how old they are, what they wear, what they like and he knows most of the group’s songs. His favourites are Houses of the Holy and Kashmir."

      Oh, and the boy thinks he IS Robert Plant.

      Puts the whole so-called fake news issue in perspective, doesn't it...

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    2. "British Council". The empire never ended. Sing - A - Poor.

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  26. Lol... Final Score: Patriots 33... of course

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    1. That is amazing with the 33 points. That's with their Baphomet logo, too! And the 666 on the 33rd day of the year. Vegas defeat Satan. What a game.

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    2. USBank Stadium seating capacity: 66,655.

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  27. Chris,

    There were "emotional support peacocks" in the Alexa ad, but also there are peacocks all over the game, as it is being carried in the USA by NBC, whose logo is a peacock. That little bugger was in the corner of the screen for its entirety. (Useful for Pats fans, seeing as their defensive line never showed up. But, I digress.)

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    1. Love the support peacock story! During the game, we were talking about taking pets on airplanes, and somebody pipes up with the "Give them a Dog, and they'll take an Emotional Support Peacock!" line. Guffaw. Updated wisdom for our times.

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  28. Somebody more intelligent than I am should look at how JT's team used mirrors and rainbow colors to summon Prince against his wishes. https://twitter.com/PRNFamily/status/960327233691889665?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fpeople.com%2Fmusic%2Fsuper-bowl-2018-justin-timberlake-halftime-show-performance%2F

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  29. After the game, I saw a lot of phallus worship there as they paraded the trophy down the aisle, everybody fondling it. What, no milk or butter or whatever?

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    1. The City poles were "greased" but still climbed.

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  30. Speaking of Zuma and missing satellites. Dont know how much people here are fans of the Cloverfield franchise but here's this.

    My roommate was watching the superbowl and told me that they dropped a trailer for the third Cloverfield movie which would be available on Netflix after the game. Like the two events (the game and the movie) had some kind of promotion bundle agreement. I thought this odd seeing as I had heard rumblings of Cloverfield projects going to NF but nothing about any trailers to be dropped during the Superb Bowl.

    Naturally we watched the movie immediately after the game and just finished. SPOILER ALERT*** The story focuses on a crew of astronauts trying to fire a particle accelerator in space which will somehow provide endless energy for a apocalypse bound earth (I think Danny Boyle gonna sue somebody). Anyways, after they fire the "Sheppard" device they on the orbital satellite are teleported to another dimension (*Zuma/missing satellite angle).

    Later: a mysterious female astronaut is found literally melded into the hull and wiring and is not from the reality the crew belongs to. Odd I thought, the whole concept of a a crew being melded to a ship seems awfully "Philadelphia Experiment" to me. Mostly this was strange because the Philadelphia Eagles had just 45 minutes before won the Super Bowl.

    This sense of synchro was compounded later on in the film when the main character's British husband (still on Earth) tells some faceless character over the phone to get in contact with a couple in PHILEDELPHIA. This point was never addressed again in the film.

    Could be nothing but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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  31. Jimmy Phallus/Fallon's show tonight has a Prince emblem on their house band's drum set and Timberlake is on the show.

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  32. On that "National Scarlet Woman Day"... I found out that it's national because it depends on the nation. In the UK, it's the 26th of February. So I thought I'd check Rev 2:26, and for a moment I thought I was reading "God Save the Queen"... but then, I never memorized properly the anthem. It figures.

    I'm assuming mermaids are demonic creatures with golden braids. And they're busily opening a portal to a fifth dimension, just because four dimensions weren't quite enough for them.

    As for the 666 drop in the market, I'm guessing it means "run to the hills"... but what do I know.

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  33. Sorry, but that Intuit video, about how all the lonely over stressed humans will find joyous surcease from the world's problems with their new AI robot buddies was so saccharine sweet it very nearly shoved me into a diabetic coma.

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