Richard Thripp

Lesbian X

Dear Lesbian X: I shall assist you in predicating your actions on lies. I'm willing to do what's required and approved by regulatory bodies. I can attach myself heartily & soulfully to your debasements as I've been to Kilkenny (with its marbled stone that's black as ink) . Welcome: American army of fair-weather instigators, protagonists, prognosticators & prestidigitators.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 14, 2014

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Americanized Negroes MUST break the chains that enslave them! Americanized Negroes MUST NOT participate in the enslaving, white-funded programs that provide: free, oppressive food; free, oppressive housing and free, oppressive medical procedures. [I'm looking for a quasi-serious relationship what leads to a grotesque (if not profound) miscarriage of admiralty or maritime justice. Hurry! No one, least ways from the Quantico, Virginia anchor yacht basin, knows how long I've got! ]

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