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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

I found the perfect soul mate for Kristy Patullo


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  1. Is that your twin SPHASH? She has your temperament and maturity level.

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    1. Well hello there Krusty! Thanks for confirming that you read SPHASH religously! See! You got your own post...AGAIN! Congrats Krazy!

      And this video is of that OTHER Krazy Baldy fan...except this one does say in this video that she's not happy that Baldy didn't run for President...but of course she said that between sips of Peach Scnapps and deep pulls on her ciggie!

      Baldy sure has some interesting...er...supporters! LOL!!

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    2. Your ongoing krusty rants are awesome. It's like whack-a-mole. She keeps popping up and you keep smacking her down. Thanks for the laughs.

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  2. Anon
    What a lame attempt at sarcasm!
    Poor sanctimonious troll, you have been schooled yet again by SPHASH.

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  3. Anon

    Again with the maturity bit ... Oy!

    Buy a thesaurus, troll !

    And shoo, lest you show up again in the next edition of "troll comments."

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  4. Is Mormon polygamy responsible for defective genetics in the Romney family? There is a lot more evidence for that possibility than there is for the syphilis post. From Fatal Inheritance: Mormon Eugenics

    The ‘hierarchy children’ are from the ‘elite’ first families of Mormonism and these families started polygamy in America. Nearly all the Mormon founding families were relatives, so the first polygamists enjoyed relations to different degrees when the divine experiment began. The Twelve Apostles of Mormonism then acted to increase this familial relationship by marrying other relatives until in 1877, at the end of Brigham Young’s reign as Mormon Prophet and King, the polygamous hierarchy became l00% interrelated.[4] D. Michael Quinn, former Brigham Young University Professor, states “The Mormon practice of polygamy enabled men to marry daughters, nieces, cousins, granddaughters and former wives of other General Authorities”. [5] Did this practice affect my family and other Mormon pioneer families adversely, possibly even in other momentous ways? Mormon folklore claims otherwise.

    Genetics is the study of how traits pass from parents to offspring. Epidemiology is the study of the spread, prevention and control of disease in a community or group of persons. Some people mistakenly think genetic disease encompasses only birth defects and this is far from the truth. Genetic disease can occur at any age including birth, onset of puberty, early adulthood, or middle age. Inherited diseases are extremely varied from protein metabolism to connective tissue problems to vital organ failure, and among the most expensive to manage financially both for the public and for the individual family. These diseases endure as the most difficult, time consuming, and emotionally traumatizing for everyone involved in the care of someone who will not improve, but worsen and die.

    The Mormons, well known for genealogical record keeping, maintain birth, marriage and death information at church libraries and now on the Internet.[6] Since polygamy remained a hidden and illegal practice, disguised family records occurred. The records of the marriages sealed at the Nauvoo Temple before the general exodus to Utah in the 1840’s, may be the most important ones of all; yet, these are stored in a vault, unavailable to researchers. During this early period, polygamy was practiced secretly by the Mormon leadership, men who covertly preached and expanded polygamy while publicly deceiving the general Mormon population about the practice. These wives sometimes became known, sometimes not. For instance, Quinn writes, “over twenty General Authorities were married to such lesser known wives” [7]. ‘Lesser known children’ hidden in families sympathetic to polygamists might remain ignorant of their genetic kinship. And the Genealogy Department advises genealogists to follow only their direct line; in this instance meaning only the wife who is their mother, not other wives of their father.[8] This is inadequate information for purposes of establishing the true incidence of consanguinity within a family or community.


    http://human-nature.com/science-as-culture/walker.html
    Mitt's descendants are fortunate that Mitt picked his wife from the converted new blood binder.

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    1. Can you stay on topic or are you trying to hijack the thread?

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    2. Yeah I'm with WUA...WTF does this have to do with Krazy ass Krusty and her krazy online twin "Ms Buttershots" above?

      Unlessssss....you're trying to tell us that "Ms Buttershots" is a crazy inbred relative of Rmoney's? LOL!!

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    3. Y'all can go fuck yourselves. Then get back to scribbling on the bathroom stall walls.

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    4. AnonymousDecember 5, 2012 12:20 PM

      HeHe...are you the Mormon writer? Well...what did you expect...you were completely off topic and you damn near wrote a book! Maybe YOU should stick to "scribbling on the bathroom stall walls" your manifesto that way you won't get your delicate feelings hurt! LOL!!

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