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  • R...
    I watch them everyday.. Well,, five days a week, then I cach up to the surf, that's left and yet to come!

    I live 159 miles ( as the Otter swims) to the nearest coast Yet , the 1's the 3' the 5's the ABC 12345
    impulse and corrections, along with 11 other rules, Rule.

    the 8 13's all wave back to me through time, in time and dispells the flimsy notion of it, so many times, that I dont know what time to time the time.
    so I don't and THAT then Explains Everything.

    I don't go to the beach to often, but I love the Shore ( no pun, Although I like the sound).. I love Watching it from Sea or ocean, lakes or estuary's, I travel upon... Yes, like a wave.

    Each time I go? I leave more and more of my self there, for my return. I like the land but love the water.
    and in between is the air uniting us all
    In the continuous Swirl , furled and unfurled.
    breathe in.. breathe out.

    I like Elliot Wave..
    simplifies
    the herd of time
    the time of herds

    check out the dot com
    it certainly is NOT for everyone, but since you mentioned who you like, i thought i would do the same again.
    Must be my fifth time..

    peace. prosperity. full cupboards and home grown stuffs, stored. ( made more pesto yesterday, the same today) "putting UP food for winter's winter, so I have to work ..less and less..

    avoids the oids... ( that might be Bradberry or Asimnov, or Clark... but whoever.. I take that seriously..)

    smiles if cryptic/

    hop
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