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Requiem for the Lab Rats

On Tue 12 May at 10:38pm Tom Pain wrote:
Dear Lord forget not the casualties of the race for the vacceeeen,extend your infinite mercy on the sacrifices on the cold altar of science without a soul. Comfort your creatures in their cages as they quiver to the approach of their tormentors, the vassals of Gates the Impaler patron saint of vivisection his sharp thin needles of torture gleaming in the low energy lights of the lab, so gentle to the atmosphere, but strangely oblivious to life. Forgive them, for they know not what they do and forgive me my blind hatred for their inhuman savagery. Rest in peace you innocent creatures victims of an ignorance beyond belief.
On Tue 12 May at 11:08pm Nevillman wrote:
You do know that me and green and hyena and Mark and all the rest of us get together regularly to work out how to silence you don't you Tom? You will notice that basil has been quiet lately. That is because he got on to us and too close to discovering our fiendish plot.
On Wed 13 May at 9:47am Mark wrote:
No, I'm not involved anymore. I've officially decided to believe that a) Tom Paine had no affect on political thinking. b) Covid-19 is the same thing as the flu because they both affect the lungs. c) Bill Gates killed 1000s of Indian children. There's a feeling of relief.
On Wed 13 May at 1:00pm A Person wrote:
Yes Mark: akin to the feeling you get when you stop bashing your head against a stone wall really.
On Wed 13 May at 5:26pm Frank wrote:
Don't encourage him, he's just like an attention seeking toddler waving his rattle around.
On Wed 13 May at 7:05pm Nevillman wrote:
I totally accept his right to voice his opinion though and hope to continue hearing from him for a long time.

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