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Hope You Feel Better Love - The Isley Brothers

Happy Monday, Everybody!

Apparently, Rich People Have ALWAYS Been Weird: Photos from a 1972 Rothschild illuminati Party

On 12/12/72 Marie-Hélène de Rothschild, member of the most powerful elite family in the world, held a Surrealist Ball at Château de Ferrières, one of the family’s gigantic mansions.
While these events are usually extremely secretive, photographs of this particular Ball surfaced on the web. In short, it is a mix of an “Eyes Wide Shut”-style masked ball mixed with a Lady Gaga-style pop video. I’m not even kidding.

Indeed, behind the fun and games, these pics reveal the underlying ideology and the mind state of the occult elite – which is apparently also used in the countless MK/Illuminati theme music videos discussed on this site.


"What are you going to do with that?"

"Gee, I dunno."

"This feels… weird."

"Hmmm… Nice and weird."

"Oh, yeah. I'm your puppy now."

He came from the distant future to tell us that we're fucking up...

This Week in Killer Robot Tech:


Yep, he's… Uh, pure… bread.

I am bullish on Marriage Equality. It's going places!


Not Impressed

I have been on this street several times, and yet, I never knew the history of it...

Doyers Street aka Bloody Angle in ChinaTown. More people died violently at the “Bloody Angle”
than at any other street intersection in the United States

There's a shop on this street where my wife and I used to buy Indonesian spices. (It's on the left with the yellow sign)

Doyers Street

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Coordinates: 40.714354°N 73.998102°W

Doyers Street is a 200 feet (61 m) - long street in the heart of Chinatown in the New York City borough of Manhattan. It is one block in length and has a sharp bend in the middle. The street runs south and then southeast from Pell Street to the intersection of Bowery, Catherine Street, Chatham Square, and Division Street. The street is the site of several restaurants and the Chinatown branch of the United States Postal Service at 6 Doyers St.

The Nom Wah Tea Parlor opened at 13 Doyers Street in 1927, and is still in operation. Other longstanding business include Ting's Gift Shop at 18 Doyers. The street is also known for its barber shops and hair stylists.

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