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Nonsense
An unscrupulous charlatan or a deluded fool who preys on the vulnerable. The imaginary super power of twats. Paranoia, frequently anti-Semitic or anti-establishment and always misunderstood by the blinded sheeple. Droll visitors from outer of space who get their kicks from shoving a shiny dildo up a tard's arse. Floating tree trunk in a lake promoted by the Scottish Tourist Board. The highest form of stupidity requiring the denial of vast swathes of converging empirical evidence born from the desire to retain a resolute and unfeasible belief in the literal meaning of a particular scripture.

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