II III II (ALL SEVEN, 111, & X-DAY)

From: "J'lahn" <jlwn111@worldnet.att.net>
Subject: II III II (ALL SEVEN, 111, & X-DAY)
Date: 10 Jun 1998 11:53:17 GMT

Greetings, Fellow SubGenii:

Imagine these Seven Little Lines "all fluffed out" into Big Fat Black
Rectangles:

II III II

Now Imagine it is X-Day Weekend at Brushwood. You run into me.
I carry that "sign". It's about, oh, I would say 5' x 3' large. Each
rectangle's about 9" x 4". You say " WHAT THE FUCK IS THAT?"
and I reply "It's ALL SEVEN" and then you say "ALL SEVEN WHAT?"

And then I explain that these "Seven Things" are merely PLACEHOLDERS.
They are "Representations." Since we are Fellow SubGenii, you smile
(knowingly).
"Ohhhhhhhhhhh... I see," you say, "placeholders, yes. Mere
'representations.' Gotcha."

ALL SEVEN:

BOB's in the middle (slightly "higher"). Stang's on the Right (slightly
"lower"). Legume's on the Left
(at the same "level" as Stang). The Two Sets of Two (equally "lower" on
both sides) are their closest personal "servants".

"Three Separated by Three with The One in the Middle Deciding the Rule."

For more on my Encoded Trinitized Placeholder Experience with ONE ONE ONE,
(that's 111), please check out my write-up at http://home.att.net/~jlwn111
or e-mail me at jlwn111@worldnet.att.net .

***111(base2)=7(base10);111=37*3;3=III***

I AM J'lahn.

p.s.: 7/5/1998 = 7 + 5 + 9 = 21 = 3. Yes, 3. Three at Seven AM.
The End is (very) Near.

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From: modemac@tiac.net (Modemac)

friday@subgenius.com (IrRev. Friday Jones) wrote:
>>II III II
>>"Three Separated by Three with The One in the Middle Deciding the Rule."
>Then shouldn't it be "Connie" in the middle?

Connie wouldn't be an I, she'd be an O.
--
Reverend Modemac (modemac@tiac.net)
First Online Church of "Bob"
URL: http://www.tiac.net/users/modemac/
(FINGER modemac@sunspot.tiac.net for a FREE SubGenius Pamphlet!)

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From: twgs@whatsthepoint.net (Jahweh D. Lynch)

Thus spake J'lahn:

>Greetings, Fellow SubGenii:
>
>Imagine these Seven Little Lines "all fluffed out" into Big Fat Black
>Rectangles:
>
>II III II

Oooooh! It's a Numerology Kook? Can we keep him?

--
"Wir feiern einen Party und du bist nicht dabei"
- Herbert Groenemeyer | remove whats to email
JIGGY WEEK: http://www.thepoint.net/~twgs/jiggy/jiggy.htm

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From: gggor@io.com (G. G. Gordon)

On 7 Jun 1998 12:54:21 GMT, "J'lahn" <jlwn111@worldnet.att.net> wrote:

>***111(base2)=7(base10);111=37*3;3=III***
>

Man oh man I want some of whatever this guy is on!

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From: p-lil@purgatory.of.firey.vulvas.subgenius.com (Popess Lilith von Fraumench)

Back on <357d54bd.71408938@news.io.com>, gggor@io.com rattled hir head...
>
>Man oh man I want some of whatever this guy is on!

The problem with stuff like that is you get into it, thinking it's FUN, and
pretty soon you forget why you did it to begin with. Your brane hurtz too much
to remember reality before you started seeing tiny codes stamped into every
thing you run across. At least that's what happens if you don't have the right
training.

Leave this sort of thing to the PROFESSIONALS, folks.

P-as-in-"pro".Lil

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From: e/wbear@hibernia.ca (e/w bear)

> Man oh man I want some of whatever this guy is on!

This is what happens to people who work at 7-11.
---
ewb

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From: mollyg@accessone.net

Nah.... at least not all of them, I'm living proof of that. I'm also
living proof that everyone should become a SubGenius, within a week of
receiving my membership card in the mail I was turned on to a job
that's only a block and a half from home, in a small candle factory,
where all 11 people who work there are cool, listen to good music all
day long AND laugh and joke a lot. No more asshole customers, no more
slurpee machine, no more standing all day and coming home exhausted
physically and mentally..... get a clue folks, send in your $30, it's
a small small price for a lot of slack!

The Rev. Mama Molly of the
Sad Eyed Sisters of Queen Anne

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