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21 Nov, 12 tweets, 7 min read
Don't know why this occurred to me. Dr. Suess. Who was he really? Related to Anton LaVey? In cahoots? Was he also Mr. Rogers or related? Kinda looks it. Wife looks like a Mossad boy (check out photo in link)
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Also looks like this guy too
@MartyMcFlyZone
Got a Michael Douglas thing going here
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Springfield? Bow tie? I think the bow tie indicates a grand wizard or something
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Some photos to highlight his Easter ambitions and his wife before testosterone won and hair lost, leading to the adoption of the terrible blonde wig
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Connected to Christmas traditions still held today. Almost exclusively wore gray ( @1Naasty ) and wife man looks very similar to the Fanning slaves - one who had a starring role in a Cat in the hat movie with Michael Meyers - sadistic slave herself
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Do notice his nose does seem to be larger at times and smaller and not in direct relation to age. I think the nose is fake. It's Mr. Rogers, whoever that is
Also worth noting: the most well known modern day poet. These are Shakespeare's cult following. Of today there is Dr. Suess and Maya Angelou who've gotten notoriety outside of the music industry. I can't think of others that probably every person can name by the time they're 30.
Wife man looks like Taylor Momsen too - who also had a big role in the Grinch movie and despite her obvious incredible talent - she absolutely promotes death and suicide via lyrics. I adore her voice. What she suffered - as with them all - not ok. Should have been protected. 100%
@1Naasty he wore gray. Gray Pope exists. The red and white stripes are strongly associated with Suess/cat. 60s/70s - "cool cat" was a sly guy. Was Suess affiliated with training males effeminate into female? Perhaps Epstein's blue stripes have an opposing meaning?
Then there's the green and white stripes of the Moore/Willis Christmas. Definitely has multiple meanings. The black and white being obvious: slave to the system, knowingly or unknowingly.
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