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How did you find out?
You mean bigger than an article in HTR?
hmm... so it has something to do with peter... hmmm...
I don't suppose it has anything to do with the pop-up ad for a Christian dating site that comes with the countdown clock. Or does it?
You mean bigger than an article in HTR?Oh, that one has already happened.
"I don't suppose it has anything to do with the pop-up ad for a Christian dating site that comes with the countdown clock. Or does it?"Oh, I am sorry for that. We will have to live with that for a day.
If I figure the time correctly, we're talking about start of business in EST, i.e. eastern united states, New York city, and so on. So, whose book is being released start of business on Wednesday by a New York publisher?
I got it! It's me, successfully passing my dissertation defense! No, wait, that's what happened last week. Still big though, yes?
The announcement by National Geographic of a new 3rd century manuscript (previously published but ignored), which will be heralded as a 2nd or 1st century manuscript, containing shocking allegations about Jesus' true teaching. A Catholic priest will explain it for RCs, and a freemasonic scholar will prove its connection to European royal houses and the BCC banking scandal.Its a good opportunity to publish your own analysis, which will be a cut and paste from a number of previous articles; don't forget to quote your friends.peaceNazaroo
Ryan: "I got it! It's me, successfully passing my dissertation defense!"Congratulations to you!
Jim: "hmm... so it has something to do with peter... hmmm..."In a way, yes, but no.
Fortunately it wasn't what I thought it might be.