[cryptome] Re: [Cryptography] Cryptome Kickstarter

  • From: Aftermath <aftermath.thegreat@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 29 May 2014 14:35:26 -0700

lol@ "*gutless yellow pie slinger" ...*i dont even...

On Thu, May 29, 2014 at 1:13 PM, Dan Perry <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> *John, I absolutely love the work and the projects you are doing to
> further the exposure of assorted things, corruption in governments, and
> watching you knock people off of their high horses often too..*
> *I just need to run and throw some money into the bank in a bit here so I
> can contribute to this kick starter project, and while I'm here, (and this
> is a bit off topic), but I was curious about something;  I have been
> wondering if I was to challenge Obama (This might sound crazy to some, but
> I don't mind),  I want to know if a message like this would get back to him
> if I send it to Cryptome, that I want to challenge him to a public boxing
> match to have the opportunity to knock him off his high horse of hypocrisy
> that he is always riding on everywhere he goes, and am curious if this
> might be seen by him or his prepubescent helpers and speech writers. (He
> and his brainless anti-American helpers actually need a good Malaysian
> style caning to get them more obedient to Constitutional laws.)*
> *(Of course I don't expect him to accept such a thing) and the main reason
> I don't think he would is because he is just a gutless yellow pie slinger
> in the first place. I am exactly his age and about the same height and
> weight, so that part is fair.*
> (Just think Andrew Jackson and you will understand my motives here).
> Seeing him speak to soldiers and officers at that recent speech he gave at
> West Point was the kicker, that he even has the gall to go in there and
> talk to honorable military officers after firing many of their pals because
> they wouldn't fire upon American citizens, and expect a warm reception at a
> speech like that is just mind boggling.
> In this challenge to him, I am not threatening him, just asking him if he
> would like to box a few rounds. I did want to send him a nice Chocolate
> revolver as a gift since he hates guns so much, but decided since he is
> usually so busy, that in order to give him that chocolate revolver gift,
> that I would probably have to run up and hand it to him when he is speaking
> in public somewhere, and figured that might not be a good idea.. (Humor)
> Anyway, keep up the good work, I enjoy that you share so much the good
> things about being American with so many... It is definitely making life
> better for others that you do so.
> D. Perry
> Bellingham, WA
>    *From:* John Young <jya@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> *To:* cryptography@xxxxxxxxxxxxx; cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx;
> cryptography@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> *Sent:* Thursday, May 29, 2014 12:19 PM
> *Subject:* [cryptome] Re: [Cryptography] Cryptome Kickstarter
> Michael Morisy @morisy:
> The @Cryptomeorg Kickstarter is exactly what I would've thought it
> would be. Plus guest appearance by @ggreenwald
> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1874173687/cryptome-global-archives

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