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Saturday, June 29, 2013

Testing for Radon Gas in your Home - What to do & how to reduce...

Exposure to radon gas in the home is responsible for an estimated 21,000+ lung cancer deaths each year. Of course, smoking tobacco is the primary cause of lung cancer, but living in a home with high levels of radon while also being a smoker, really ups your odds of developing lung cancer, to say the least. At any rate, Radon is a health hazard and the testing and elimination of this harmful, radioactive gas comes with a simple solution.

Personally, I've never really worried about radon gas that much, since the house I spent half of my life in was well ventilated and insulated about like a barn, it seems. Basically, the cool air from the air conditioners and the warm air from the heaters would seem to go out of the house about as quick as it went in. Yeah, the electric bills were always high, but hey, I always had fresh air; ha!
The last few years, though, I have lived in 3 different houses. All 3 were insulated well, had cheaper electric bills, but the air was more humid, stuffy, and less fresh. This is when I started thinking more about air pollution, radon, etc. So, I went online and found a map that showed the areas in the US that typically had the highest levels of radon gas. Sure, if the map showed my area was good for the most part, I would have skipped the testing process and most likely forgot about it. However, the map showed that my area was in the high zone so there I was, looking online for testing kits. Plus, I noticed when I broke up the ground for garden season this year at my new home, the ground was really rocky here and radon gas is well-known for being higher in rocky soil, etc.

But before we go any further, check out the Radon Map below:

After viewing that map, I must remind you that even if you live in Zone 3, which appears to be fairly safe, it doesn't mean you are automatically in the clear. For example, your neighbor could have low levels of radon gas in the home, while your levels are much higher, even though you live a few feet away. The way the house is built, the amount of time you spend in the house, how much airflow it has, what's going on inside the soil, etc., are all factors that vary from place to place. Now, they say that radon can be high in any home, whether it is drafty, well-insulated, etc., but common sense tells me that houses that breathe better are not going to trap as much of this gas.

Upon receiving negative results, some may ask: "What do I do? How do I reduce my levels inside my home? Well, don't panic if your test results come back bad, though, because radon mitigation systems are easy to install and are very effective. True, they are a bit pricey, but it is well worth it, I'd say, since your health is the most important thing. ...And another thing, Radon Gas is everywhere (but you can't taste or smell it) albeit the normal outside levels are less than 0.4 pCi/L. If you test your home and it is much over 4 pCi/L, then you may want to think about radon mitigation systems and/or making some changes to your home. People with levels of 10 to 20 pCi/L definitely need to think about fixing their radon problem, especially if you smoke in addition to living in a home with high levels of this radioactive gas.
If you'd like to read and learn more from an elaborate article entitled "A Citizen's Guide to Radon - The Guide to Protecting Yourself and Your Family from Radon Gas," go here:
Now, to get a quick idea about radon gas, the testing process, and what you can do if your levels are high in your home, I'll provide a video that is entitled "Breathing Easier: An Informational Radon Video," below:

Radon Gas Testing Kits

Below, I will provide an Amazon link that relates to Radon Gas Test Kits. You can buy the less expensive, one or two-time testing kits online or at some hardware stores, but personally, I went ahead and purchased the expensive one (the radon detector) that you plug in, for a couple reasons. The first reason was because I can plug in and out to test multiple homes for several years or however long the device keeps working. Secondly, I don't have to mail back my test results to get the radon readings in a few days. Plus, those little short-term kits really start to add up if you buy several, so why not go all the way and buy the long-term tasting device. Anyway, I'll provide a very helpful shopping link, below:

--->'Click Here' for a fine selection of Radon Gas Testing Kits<---

Mitigation Fans

What to do if your level is high? Of course you can call a professional that specializes in this field, that is located within your area code. However, many people like to do things their self and there are many how-to pages and guides online. I know that many folks end up buying those radon mitigation fans, systems, etc., so I'll provide a basic shopping link below, to get you started. Hopefully, most people will not have to buy these, but if you have a dangerous level of this radioactive gas in your home, it might be a good idea.

Reduce Radon with Mitigation Systems:

--->'Click Here' for a fine selection of Radon Mitigation Fans<---

Side Note:  For those that get their water from an underground source such as a personal well and/or doesn't drink city or bottled water, you may also want to get your water tested. If radon is in your water, for example, it will also get into your house when you boil it, take hot showers, etc., via steam. Below, I'll provide a product link from, just in case you are interested in testing your water for this radioactive gas, as well.

---End of Post "Testing for Radon Gas in your Home - What to do & how to reduce..."

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Popular Posts of 2012 - 13

Well, from time to time I'll do a post like this on my Blogger Blogs, since I have too many to keep updated, when it has been a while since I have added new content.  Outside of the post I wrote today about "Roaster Oven Recipes," it has been quite a while since the Mundane Blog was fairly active.

So, I went back, dug up some old stats and seen which posts were the most popular, during 2012 - 13.  I mainly do it for fun and for curiosity, although I'm rarely surprised.  Most of the time, any informative, well written post gets easily defeated by some quickly written entry filled with images of sexy babes, etc.  Ah hell, ya can't blame 'em, really, as who needs all those words when you can just do an image search and find half-naked or totally naked women online?  Ha!

Anyway, I probably should have made a top 10 post list, but since 5 seemed to be by far the most popular via search (mostly image searches, it seems), we'll go with that.

1)  'Prayer by Letters' Religious Scams & Stupid People - this post blew the others out of the water.  It was by far the number one most popular post for this blog.  I don't know if it was the religious scams part or the stupid people that reeled in the traffic; LOL!

2) Will the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) exist in the future? - even though it was by itself at 2nd place, with not a close 3rd in sight, something tells me that most of the searches for that post wasn't about the post office, but more about the girl sporting the tramp stamp I put at the end of that post...  Ha-ha!

3) Oscar Mayer Hot Dogs vs. BallPark Franks - Who cares? - coming in at 3rd (barely), it is hard to believe that this many people are out there searching about these 2 types of hot dogs...  Oh, wait a minute, maybe it was image searches for the girl I put at the end of that post, which was seductively eating a juicy frank...  Hey, don't look at me!   :)

4) Bikini & Lingerie Internet Model - Denise Milani - comes in at a close 4th, and it is to no surprise.  It seems that everybody and their grandmother is online searching for a sneak peak at Denise's big boobs!

5) Bad SEO Advice & Blogging for Money - was a post I did while making fun of all the wanna-be SEO gurus out there.  Needless to say, it had loads of traffic from spammers and, uh, SEO wanna-bes...  Ha!

Well, there you have it...

Hey, I could easily make this post more popular too, just by adding a super sexy image of a hot babe.  Hmm, lets see what I can do, below:

...Yeah, I think I'll name that image, "doggy style!"

Editor's Picks:
Is Aluminum really dangerous to our health? & Water Filters & Galvanized Pipes

---End of Post "Most Popular Posts of 2012 - 13

Roaster Oven Recipes

If you are one of those that like crock pot cooking and/or basically any type of cooking that doesn't involve the conventional, bulky stovetop & oven combo, a roaster oven may be just what you're looking for.  Although I'm sure there are plenty of recipes out there for your crock pot, roaster ovens are something of a different nature.  For one, they are much larger and can also be used as a crock pot or they can be used like a mini-oven, which is what I like.
It is so much better to use for, say, cooking whole fryers or little hens during the summer, when you don't want to heat up the entire house.  Not only does it save on electricity, the fact that it is right there for you to open the lid, add seasoning, check, etc., makes it so much more convenient.

In a reasonably sized roaster oven, you can cook a whole chicken that is 3.5 to 5lbs. at a rate of 13 to 15 minutes a pound, which isn't bad at all.  The roaster oven I have, can hold two whole fryers this size and even more hens.  These little ovens are also great for beef roasts, lamb, pork of all kinds whether it be chops, country-style ribs, shoulder, you name it.  Hell, you can even throw a bone-in smoked ham in there or a small turkey, if you wish!

Before I provide a quick link to a fine selection of roaster ovens, lets look for a couple sample recipes to give you some ideas.  Oh, did I mention that baking pans can be placed on the roasting rack, as well?  Yeah, some people even bake muffins, yeast rolls, brownies, cupcakes, pizzas, potatoes, sweet potatoes, etc., in this sucker.  I noticed that there isn't a lot of online recipes for your roaster oven, at least not an abundance of them by what I could tell during a quick web search, so I'll check around the house.  ... ... ...  Okay, I did find a few sample roaster oven recipes, although most of them are rather basic.  I'll list a few of them, but I must say, you don't really need 'em if you are creative or the slightest bit experienced, but you do need your roaster oven; ha!

Roaster Oven Recipes

Pot Roast with Vegetables

6 to 8lb. beef chuck roast       2 cups beef broth
2 cups baby carrots                1 tbs. salt
8 medium potatoes (peeled & quartered)
2 onions, quartered                1 tsp. black pepper

Place roast in bottom of cooking pan.  Place vegetables around sides of roast.  Add salt, pepper, and broth.  Cover; cook at 300 degrees for 3 to 4 hours or until tender.

Hickory-smoked brisket

6 to 8lb. beef brisket              1 tsp. onion powder
1/2 cup liquid smoke             1 tsp. celery salt
1 tsp. garlic salt

Place brisket on a large piece of aluminum foil.  Sprinkle generously with the liquid smoke and seasonings.  Wrap the brisket with foil and crimp the edges.  Place in cooking pan.  Cover and cook in your roaster oven for 4 hours at 250 degrees.

Lemon Garlic Roast Chicken

7 to 8 lb. chicken             1/4 cup lemon juice
4 cloves garlic, minced    2 tsp. salt
1/2 cup butter                   1 tsp. black pepper

Rinse chicken in cold water and pat dry with paper towels.  Combine remaining ingredients and rub over skin and between skin and meat of chicken.  Place roasting rack in cooking pan, then place chicken on roasting rack and cover.  Bake in your oven for 2 to 2.5 hours at 350 degrees.

Asian Spare Ribs

4 large cloves of garlic, minced           2 tbs. sesame oil
1 tsp. five spice powder                       2 tbs. minced fresh ginger
8 green onions, thinly sliced                1 tbs. chili puree
1/2 cup brown sugar                            2 tsp. salt
8 tbs. hoisin sauce                                6 to 8lbs. pork spare ribs, cut to fit

Combine first 8 ingredients to make marinade.  Sprinkle ribs with salt and brush with marinade.  Place ribs in cooking pan. Roast at 350 degrees for 1.5 to 2 hours.

That was just a few simple, easy-to-do recipes for your roaster oven.  Of course, you can cook baked potatoes, beef stew, chili, soup, chicken tetrazzini for a crowd and so, so much more in this splendid little oven.

--------->'Click Here' for a Fine Selection of Roaster Ovens<---------

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---End of Post "Roaster Oven Recipes"

Monday, December 19, 2011

'Latex Fetish' Models

Well, this little Blogspot Blog has been fairly active the last few months. I just started the Mundane Blog in August 2011, and here it is December 2011, 53 random posts later...

However, when it comes to this particular blog, this may be the last post for a while, since I will be on a transitory hiatus (from this site) while working on other online projects and stagnant websites of mine. I have like 6 sites to mess with, and it is hard to keep all of 'em updated all the time, so I often let some of them go dormant while I'm refreshing the content on others.

Anyway, I'll most likely return soon enough... So, since this may be the last post for a few weeks or more, I thought I'd drop down some links to some eye candy and, in this case, sexy Latex Fetish Models! Yummy!
I just built an image gallery today featuring what I like to call the "latex queen," Bianca Beauchamp. This babe is smokin' hot! I'll give a link to her gallery in a moment, along with a sample image just to get your engine started.

I'd hate to have just one girl featured under this particular fetish category, so I'll most likely add another babe to the latex mix; plus, the title does say "models" as in plural. Ha! In the event I add another gallery page, I'll come back by and update this post with another image and link to the new pictorial page. Okay, enough talk; lets get on with it...

Sample Image of the Fetish Model & Latex Queen, Bianca Beauchamp:

I went with red latex for the sample image, but this model looks great in tight black latex and just about anything else she sports in a skimpy fashion. It is just something about scantily clad models with 32FF fake breasts, that gets me every time... Ha-ha! However, Bianca is also very seductive when fully covered in tight latex, let me tell ya...

At any alluring rate, if you'd like to see more of her, visit the image gallery page, here: "Bianca Beauchamp - Sexy Fetish Model - Latex Queen"

I've added another image gallery under the latex category. Her name is Susan Wayland; she is a sexy German Fashion Model. I'll provide a sample image below and a link to her gallery page; cheers!

To see more of Susan, visit: "Susan Wayland - German Fashion Model - Image Gallery"
---End of Post

Monday, December 12, 2011

10 Most Lethal Toxins Known to Humans - Video

I recently stumbled across a video that spoke about the 10 most deadliest and/or lethal poisons (toxins) known to man, humans or however ya want to phrase it.

My first reaction was: Why would you want to air a video that broadcasts such things, as it may be fuel for an aimless idiot with nefarious intentions, to get motivated and scatter some of these proclaimed poisons of utter death and gloom. But then again, this is an open network here, so lets have some fun! Ha-ha!

From 10 to 1, the crazy, high-paced video speaks about the toxins: Cyanide, Anthrax, Sarin, Amatoxins, Strychnine, Mercury, Tetrodotoxin, Ricin, VX (used in chemical warfare as a nerve agent), and Botulinum Toxin (it is considered the most powerful neurotoxin ever discovered).

Watch the quick video "10 Deadliest Poisons Known to Humanity," below:

Since we are on this toxic subject, after viewing the video, I ran across a web page entitled "Deadliest poison known to man proves to be a savior," which spoke about one of those lethal toxins being used to help humans - in certain cases & doses, of course.

Also, the highly toxic "Amatoxins" listed in the video, stems from the "Death Cap Mushroom."
I once promoted a product (and still do today), Milk Thistle, that was used long ago for combating the ill effects of the poisonous Death Cap; although I didn't bother mentioning it being used for amatoxins (since that is not a common reason to need Milk Thistle) on the page I'm about to link to, you can still find the post about this beneficial, herbal form of liver detox, here: "Liver Detox - Milk Thistle."

Anyway, I hope everybody steers clear from the poisons listed above, and that you found the quick flick interesting, for what it's worth...

---End of Post "10 Most Lethal Toxins Known to Humans - Video"

Moldavite - Mystery Crystals from another world?

Well, this really sounds like a mundane topic, now doesn't it? Ha! Okay, maybe slightly otherworldly, but either way, moldavite is apart of Earth now...

There is some debate about the origin of this pretty-looking, glass-like crystal, but I'd say most people would agree that it came from some type of meteoric collision. Here's an excerpt from Wikipedia, stating such things: "It is also widely argued that the moldavite glass was formed 15 million years ago during the impact of a giant meteorite in present-day Nördlinger Ries. Splatters of rocks that were melted by the impact cooled while they were actually airborne and most fell in central Bohemia - traversed by Vltava river (German: Moldau). As such the glass can be found in the Czech Republic, Austria and Germany.
Isotope analysis of samples of moldavite have shown a beryllium-10 isotope composition typical of the Australasian and Ivory Coast tektites."

In case you're wondering, "tektites" simply means via Merriam-Webster Dictionary: a glassy body of probably meteoric origin. That definition is sort of funny because it is not often you'll see the word 'probably' when defining what a term means.

In metaphysics, which is how I came across these expensive, rare crystals while I was going through a phase where I was buying these metaphysical stones & crystals at an alarming rate - not to practise woo-woo metaphysics - but because I thought they were decorative and neat to look at; ha-ha!
Anyway, if you're an avid mystic, these mystery crystals from another world are believed by many to have special metaphysical powers and to supposedly be useful for the oddities that have incarnated into Earth from other sectors of the universe (I know the feeling - ha!). Hell, who knows, maybe it remedies nostalgia.
Personally, I think they are attractive but too expensive - due to their rarity. I read on Wikipedia that the total amount of Moldavite scattered around the world is estimated at only 275 tons. That isn't a whole lot, when you think about it in comparison with other things found on this planet. That 275 tons is counting all of the moldavite that hasn't been mined yet, so the number of circulated moldavite would be even smaller.

Other uses besides the supposed metaphysical properties and its obvious ornamental use, is hand-crafted jewellery.
I actually own a small piece of this otherworldly crystal, and it was quite expensive considering how small and lightweight it was. It was regular grade, as high-quality and/or museum grade would have been even more pricey.

Anyway, all this "from another world" talk brings me to the real reason for this post. I mainly just wanted to provide a friendly image (too bad it isn't larger) featuring an extraterrestrial body of rock colliding with the peace-loving blue planet known as Earth, below:

Related Blog Link: "Metaphysical Myths? Healing Stones & Crystals..."

---End of Post "Moldavite - Mystery Crystals from another world?"

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Internet Explorer (IE) 9 Sucks!

I'm one of those folks that are usually one of the last to update their IE browser, and with many good reasons. I like to wait several months or longer, just to give Microsoft some time to fix most of their errors, work out the kinks, correct the glitches, create patches, etc. Why I have to wait on such things from a company that shouldn't have these problems to begin with, still amazes me today.

Anyway, I gave in the other day and figured that I have waited long enough, and frankly I was tired of seeing the "Download Internet Explorer 9 Today" campaign. After downloading this supposed super-safe, super-fast IE version of a browser, let me tell ya, I sure made a mistake!

It was by far the worst browser I have had in a very long time, if not the absolute worst ever! In simple terms, "it sucks!" For one, it was a lot slower. It seemed to be more invasive like it was busy recording all of your movements and websites that you visited. Some websites just flat-out wouldn't work. For the ones who have adverts on their sites, it even screwed up some of those, as well. Several videos on certain websites wouldn't play anymore, and to top it off, it wouldn't even let me publish blog posts on or allow me to edit my posts on one of my paid domains! WTF?

Anyway, I had a backup browser just for these special fun-filled moments provided by Microsoft, and that was the Firefox browser. Firefox has always been reliable thus far. ...But get this: I updated Firefox and now it is starting to suck as well! It keeps trying to record my last session! Who in the hell wants their web search history recorded on a shared computer or even on one that isn't shared? So now, I have to open a blank tab every time before I exit, so it won't record the last page I visited, but that's another topic, as we are talking about IE right now.

Okay, well, a person may ask: Why do you still use Internet Explorer 8, 9 or whatever? For starters, I quickly uninstalled IE 9 and am now back to using IE 8 (which isn't that bad). Secondly, the ONLY reason I still use Internet Explorer is because I have a few websites and blogs that I work on. I like to see how it functions and looks through the more popular browser, although more and more people are switching over to Firefox, Google's Chrome browser, etc.

Anyway, I don't solely use Internet Explorer, but that's the main reason I keep it. However, if they keep upgrading to junk like IE 9, I'll do away with it completely and never look back.

I'm hearing a lot of good things about Google's Chrome browser, and I may start using them more often or switch completely over. That particular browser suppose to run applications and websites with lightning speed. You can download it or read more about it, here:

Now, on another subject, if you're looking for some excellent web hosting, e-commerce solutions (online stores), and/or wanting to build a website for commercial or non-commercial reasons, go here:
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---End of Post "Internet Explorer (IE) 9 Sucks!"

Yvette Martinez - Sexy Model

Well folks, it is time to add a little scenery to the blog again. Covering random, mundane topics is totally fine of course, but sometimes it doesn't hurt to add a little flair into the mix - like a sexy Hispanic model named Yvette Martinez, for example.

This babe has been featured in Lowrider Magazine along with many others, music videos, etc. She is from Los Angeles, California. ...Going by Y. Martinez's profile page on a model site, she is very much into: fashion/glamour modelling, music video appearances, bikini/lingerie photo shoots, magazine print, advertising, event promotion (club, music, sports) and more... Yeah, I'm sure she has no problem making money, to say the least.

To read more about Yvette's interests and whatnot, visit:

I couldn't find any Wiki links about her, but I did go to Wikipedia to try and find a meaning in the female name 'Yvette', but still had no luck. I couldn't find any special meaning in the name 'Yvette' that would signify her sexy self, but oh well, it was worth a try.

Okay, that's enough chatter. It's time to drop down some lovely images of Y.M. so you can see why she is such a successful model, etc.

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---End of Post: "Yvette Martinez - Sexy Model"

Monday, December 5, 2011

Water Filters & Galvanized Pipes

A while back, I got rewarded with a busted water line that was leading to my house. Outside of the inflated water bill from all the leaking water, the City/Water Company will not fix it for free if it's on your side of the water meter. Joy, joy, as it is just another bill being crammed up my bunghole as usual, except this time it is something called a "water leak." Dang, didn't that stuff (water) used to be free? I've never understood how little earth-dwelling humanoids can merchandise something called water while living on a planet that consists mostly of, uh, water!

Anyway, upon looking for plumbers and other so-called "qualified individuals" to fix it, I ran across a lot of whines and complaints and talk about needing all this big equipment to dig up the earth. All I want is my water line fixed, and I do not care if it is a galvanized pipe or PVC or how much trouble it is to dig up the ground; just fix the damn thing! Well, the last codger that gave an "estimate of cost" did me in, and I was all about fixing it or at least digging up the dirt myself. By the way, I don't need a bulldozer or a backhoe to dig a stinking two-foot hole!

It was obvious where the leak was - due to all the water spouting out from one area, and after I cut the water off from the source, all I needed was a shovel, perhaps a pick in the event it was rocky ground, something like a screwdriver to grate the pipe, and a little elbow grease (Oh, no! That's the thing they call "manual work!").
Anyway, to make a long story short, I saved at least 500 dollars or more, by fixing the water leak myself. But here's the thing, it was in fact a galvanized pipe. If your house is old and you have those types of pipes, you may encounter this very same thing, at any given time.

My dad went to the water company to get the part required to fix the pipe, and was also told about how a lot of times the galvanized pipes (that they mainly used back in the day) will often rust from the inside out, as opposed to what many would think, which would be from the outside in. After digging a two foot hole and discovering the leak, and after scraping and grating the pipe with a screwdriver to find the exact location of the hole, the outside of the galvanized pipe looked decent! ...But just think of how the inside might have looked! If you use city water, the PH level will usually help prevent rust and corrosion, but even more concern needs to be directed towards the people that live outside of the city and use well water, as the PH is often naturally lower - along with the additions of other contaminants that may promote corrosion and bad health.

---Side note: We used a high-quality clamp to fix the water leak, but if you don't have one available or can't find one, and are still interested in fixing your water leak without these so-called "professionals" that overcharge, you can most likely find a good 'pipe wrap' online. I would start by typing into the search engine of your choice: "Galvanized Pipe Wrap."

At any rate, this is where the use of water filters comes into play... I used to promote these things years ago, before the whole "water filter pitcher" promos came into effect.
After you realize what your water goes through just to get into your house, one may be thinking about some type of water filtration, to say the least! Enter below, for a link that provides an array of water filters, etc. Personally, I use the water pitcher method, as I don't like the bulky filters that hang over the sink, and so on...

But before you go any further, you may want to read this: "Are there any potential health risks associated with corrosion by-products from water transported through galvanized drinking water pipes?" Read more, here:

This isn't a promotion, but a fair warning; get your water filters today:

--- 'Click Here' for a fine selection of Water Filters, Filter Pitchers... ---

---End of Post "Water Filters & Galvanized Pipes"

Sunday, December 4, 2011

The depiction of an "Ancient Alien Theorist" - Ha-ha!

Or, is it simply the depiction of "ha-ha?" LOL!

Legitimate Historians? I'm the ancient astronaut theorist via the ancient-ancient-ancient alien that stepped on a trilobite a few million years ago that totally whacked out society as we know it, along with the lovely specialists of ancient-ancient-ancient grey people and, if you piss me off, I will chant about the green reptilian aliens (while I fluff my hair into a replica of Einstein getting cranially electrocuted) as well...AND their purpose for co-existing with all of us other weirdos... [source = unknown; check the world wide web for reference].

Ha-ha! This post is just for entertainment; I stumbled upon the image above, as I was searching for alien pictures. I just thought it was funny (you gotta love the guy's enthusiasm and wild hair), even though I'm actually a fan of alien theories and I've even enjoyed watching a few shows from the Ancient Alien series. Anyway, back to the poppycock I was typing......

Aliens, God, Satan, UFOs, Angels, religions, facts, fables, fictional short stories, actuality, imagination, bad hair day, fried brain cells, marijuana, alcohol, drugs galore, Ancient Aliens' territory, Jesus Freaks, Muhammadan madmen gone wild, Buddha on a diet, the numeric 666, heaven's gates, you freakin' name it!!!
Personally, I just wish the ancient alien theorists would simply remove the anal probes from the cosmic mix of extraterrestrial perversion, as we could all sleep easier without cattle prods with demented intentions, branding our anus cavities during our sleep while crazed lunatics chant praise of such things on cable television; cheers!

Good luck and God Bless! Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!

---End of Post "The depiction of an 'Ancient Alien Theorist' - Ha-ha!"

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