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2/25/15 What a Relief (for what?) - Eagle1 - 02-25-2015

What a relief, apparently. Perhaps the bot is talking about the near future when another dream database is fixed to where the bot has more dreams to peer at. It’s not our database that’s down but one of the others.

The Researchers (implied by our list today) are making breakthroughs, and although this brain-related breakthrough is noteworthy http://www.wsj.com/articles/patients-in-new-study-are-able-to-use-thoughts-to-control-bionic-hands-1424826002 , I believe many more big research breakthroughs will be a running theme this year (if the world can hold itself together long enough).

Epic is back. Bleachers continue. Eric drops a bit, which means it has nearly the same hits as yesterday’s run. Nova is gone, and it’s been gone for a few days.

I think this run is captured in group 2, where Epic Doubt implies nothing big is immanent. Instead, we remain Comfortable watching all the Occasions from the Bleachers. A funny one is group 3, where Harry is back which is definitely day residue. Yesterday I posted about this article: http://www.cnn.com/2015/02/24/politics/harry-reid-sunglasses-wayfarers-shades/   and I basically punched holes in the official story of Harry Reid’s facial bruises. First, the story was that he fell on a treadmill. Now the story is that his exercise band snapped, throwing him into the kitchen cabinets. Either one wouldn’t produce the type of bruises on his face. That’s why he had to change the story. Except there’s just one problem. I’ve actually experienced the snapping of exercise bands, and I can assure you that the force from the break is nowhere near strong enough to throw his body across the room. What’s my point? Harry got his bruises from some sort of OBSCURE SECURITY team. He got out of line. Notice how the bruises on his face are roughly the size of a fist. All that being said, what did he possibly get out of line about?


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UP Words:     relief meanwhile researchers ace powder realizing introduced glance refer epic doubt comfortable occasions bleachers reverse underwear adventure analytics trusted eric closest names mat skinny american obscure security harry animal kind beach interact caught

DOWN Words:   water king one book went game song bad where bobby up orange boss ship hill self there map sun yes thanks saw days boat were view


RE: 2/25/15 What a Relief (for what?) - G0'D - 02-25-2015

Jeekers, the down words sound like a poem…very joycean. first line of Finnegans Wake: “riverrun, past Eve and Adam’s, from swerve of shore to bend of bay, brings us by a commodius vicus of recirculation back to Howth Castle and Environs.”

DOWN Words: water king one book went game song bad where bobby up orange boss ship hill self there map sun yes thanks saw days boat were view

thats all very watery and seaside isn't it? water king, bobby up, boss ship, there map sun yes-thanks saw days boat were view


RE: 2/25/15 What a Relief (for what?) - twiceblessed9 - 02-26-2015

Harry Animal kind
Found in Siberia, a kind of baby Woolly (Hairy/Harry) Rhino. First of it's KIND ever found.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/02/25/woolly-rhino-baby-siberia-photos_n_6752892.html


RE: 2/25/15 What a Relief (for what?) - G0'D - 02-26-2015

(02-26-2015, 03:35 AM)twiceblessed9 Wrote: Harry Animal kind
Found in Siberia, a kind of baby Woolly (Hairy/Harry) Rhino.  First of it's KIND ever found.  
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/02/25/woolly-rhino-baby-siberia-photos_n_6752892.html

Im such an idiot, I thought it was going to be alive! hehehehe I was mouth agape hehehe

I guess "underwear adventure" was yer man at the oscars Neil Patrick Harris who came out in his knickers

http://www.kansascity.com/entertainment/ent-columns-blogs/stargazing/article11022626.html


RE: 2/25/15 What a Relief (for what?) - Nanny - 02-26-2015

If taking Group 1 literally, sounds like researchers invent a powder med, vaccine (which has already been done, think it was 2010) etc...they announce it maybe even with press conference, then realize it's already been done.

LOL Group 3, so that's why "harry" has been getting knocked around! His security has been "obscure." Well yeah, not doing a very good job for him. "animal kind" well if that goes with "harry security" then his security has been no better than a pet's.



RE: 2/25/15 What a Relief (for what?) - G0'D - 02-26-2015

The powder thing is really irking me as that's like the 4th time it turned up and its an odd word, if you know what i mean….Would you explain what you mean nanny, by already being done? I am not getting it


RE: 2/25/15 What a Relief (for what?) - Nanny - 02-26-2015

I'm glad to!
I googled the terms and found that a lot of "researchers" have invented "powders" for a lot of things besides medications. Even a vaccine was invented but I doubt it was ever used. So...

imagine announcing you've invented/discovered something, only to learn that someone had done it before you. That's what I meant.

See it? "powder realizing introduced" IMO sounds like it will be realized it was already...."introduced."






(02-26-2015, 01:36 PM)G0 Wrote: The powder thing is really irking me as that's like the 4th time it turned up and its an odd word, if you know what i mean….Would you explain what you mean nanny, by already being done? I am not getting it



RE: 2/25/15 What a Relief (for what?) - G0'D - 02-26-2015

right i see what you mean. Reminds me of that poor guy who spent 20 years working in his shed trying to get the smell out of natural gas, only to present it to the gas company who told him, they actually add it as a precaution so people can smell gas leaks….urban myth maybe..

powder to me the first few times i saw it was anthrax, its the only terror powder i can think of, or cocaine i guess. And that wonderful film Powder, where the man becomes so enlightened he just disappears into a puff of powder - spoiler alert!


RE: 2/25/15 What a Relief (for what?) - Eagle1 - 03-07-2015

Harry + "What a Relief" + ACE. WOW!

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2015/03/05/harrison-ford-crash/24467457/


RE: 2/25/15 What a Relief (for what?) - Sherriann - 03-07-2015

February 25, 2015 - relief meanwhile researchers ace powder realizing introduced glance refer epic doubt
February 26, 2015 - view class embarrassment up sent; powder around lack crowded

It was a relief for investigators [researchers] to realize that the powder at first [introduced] glance was harmless [epic doubt]. The incident was viewed [view] as a [class embarrassment] when [sent] and the powder was sent to a single office, not into a crowd [around lack crowded].

March 5, 2015 MONTREAL -- Envelopes containing white powder were found in the riding offices of the four federal cabinet ministers from Quebec on Thursday.
http://www.cp24.com/news/envelopes-with-white-powder-found-at-offices-of-federal-ministers-in-quebec-1.2265850

March 6, 2015 QUEBEC - The white powder found in envelopes sent to the riding offices of the four federal cabinet ministers from Quebec was harmless....
http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2015/03/06/substance-in-envelopes-se_n_6817338.html


RE: 2/25/15 What a Relief (for what?) - Eagle1 - 03-08-2015

Thus, this particular run was pretty doggone accurate. I know we've seen this before, so it's important to point it out. The collective was in a big time lull on this day, as seen by the incredibly low number of caution-level words (only 2). Therefore, I'm learning that even though the lull days aren't as fun for me (no Red Alerts levied), they TEND to be a bit more detailed about what is coming up.

Also notice the timing. Both Sherriann's headline and the Harrison Ford accident happened on the same day. That's 9 days from the bot run. I'll have to hunt down the other super accurate lull. It was awhile ago, but I remember it distinctly. I'm wondering if the timing on that was similar to these huge hits.


RE: 2/25/15 What a Relief (for what?) - Nanny - 03-28-2015

Took about a month for this one to fulfill and it's way-cool, **good news indeed. That white powder, LOL finally used the right search engine and a lot of links of NDC came up.


For the words "researchers ace powder realizing introduced" yeah it was already introduced, but a big, new use for it seems very likely! The oldest artificial sweetener, Saccharin! those cute little packets have a great side-effect. I try to not sweeten my tea or decaf coffee but have used this one for years, saying it was "the lesser of evils." Dig this!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3015507/Could-SACCHARIN-help-beat-Cancer-Researchers-say-artificial-sweetener-inhibit-cell-growth.html



RE: 2/25/15 What a Relief (for what?) - Nanny - 04-01-2015

PS about this white powder....yes the run pointed to this amazing discovery because the news report used a photo of the little pink packets that the powder comes in, but this product comes in a liquid also. I'd like to know which form of it was used in the lab research.