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Woolly Mammoth, Siberia & Hairloss [message #184408] Wed, 08 February 2012 20:17 Go to next message
Dr. Ernest J. Primeau is currently offline  Dr. Ernest J. Primeau
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What does the recent discovery of the existence of the Woolly Mammoth in
Siberia have to do with regrowing our hair?

Everything and nothing.

Oh, haven't you heard? Look at this link:

http://www.wtam.com/cc-common/news/sections/newsarticle.html ?feed=104673&article=9732206

First, a history lesson. The soviet communists sent their political enemies
to Siberia. (Bare with me). Nancy Luft, this does not have anyting to do
with Sputniks (what do you think I'm a kook?)

The Woolly Mammoth is simply an elephent, but a very special elephant of a
high intelligence. This is nature at work, proving that we bald men can
regrow our hair!

How, you may say? Go back to the cradle of civilization: Africa. Way back
millions of years ago elephants were all Woolly. In the bible they were
called "the hairy ones."

But elephants began going bald--probably because of global warming. But a
certain group of elephants discovered the truth: by removing their pubic
and anal hair these elephants regrew their hair! For this heresey they were
sent to Siberia by the bald elephants.

Remember, elephants are very smart. This proves my method works. Ernie
Re: Woolly Mammoth, Siberia & Hairloss [message #184409 is a reply to message #184408] Thu, 09 February 2012 06:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dr. Ernest J. Primeau is currently offline  Dr. Ernest J. Primeau
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> It is a bear carrying a fish. Dumb phucks!
>
>

This proves my method works. Ernie
Re: Woolly Mammoth, Siberia & Hairloss [message #184410 is a reply to message #184408] Thu, 09 February 2012 06:42 Go to previous message
Ernie is currently offline  Ernie
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On Feb 8, 8:17 pm, "Ernie" <Ernie...@webtv.net> wrote:
> What does the recent discovery of the existence of the Woolly Mammoth in
> Siberia have to do with regrowing our hair?
>
> Everything and nothing.
>
> Oh, haven't you heard?  Look at this link:
>
> http://www.wtam.com/cc-common/news/sections/newsarticle.html ?feed=104....
>
> First, a history lesson.  The soviet communists sent their political enemies
> to Siberia.  (Bare with me).  Nancy Luft, this does not have anyting to do
> with Sputniks (what do you think I'm a kook?)
>
> The Woolly Mammoth is simply an elephent, but a very special elephant of a
> high intelligence.  This is nature at work, proving that we bald men can
> regrow our hair!
>
> How, you may say?  Go back to the cradle of civilization:  Africa.  Way back
> millions of years ago elephants were all Woolly.  In the bible they were
> called "the hairy ones."
>
> But elephants began going bald--probably because of global warming.  But a
> certain group of elephants discovered the truth:  by removing their pubic
> and anal hair these elephants regrew their hair!  For this heresey they were
> sent to Siberia by the bald elephants.
>
> Remember, elephants are very smart.  This proves my method works. Ernie

Since the proven liar, crook and forger farrel from www.hairlosshelp.com
snake oil site cannot dispute the value of my findings for AGA
sufferers she is reduced to posting silliness using my name. Now let
the lying stupid whining cowardly vile HUNKY of shit and convicted
child molester go finger herself, again. Ernie

PS
All truth passes 3 stages, first, it is ridiculed, second, it is
violently opposed, third, it is accepted as being self-evident.
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