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9 thoughts on “ Forced Jobless Poverty - Francis E. Dec Esq.* - Frankenstein Gangster Computer God (CDr, Album) ”

  1. Akinorn says:
    Francis E. Dec (January 6, – January 21, ) was an American lawyer and outsider writer who was best known for his typewritten diatribes that he independently mailed and published from the late s onward. His works are characterized by highly accusatory and vulgar attacks on various subjects, often making use of phrases like "Mad Deadly Worldwide Communist Gangster Computer God" to.
  2. Nikozahn says:
    Francis E. Dec (January 6, – January 21, ) was a U.S. lawyer from Hempstead Village, New York, disbarred for fraud in , and later known for the bizarre socio-political tracts of conspiracy theories he mass-mailed to the media. Often denouncing a "Worldwide Mad Deadly Communist Gangster Computer God" mind-controlling mankind, Dec is considered to have been a paranoid Known for: conspiracy theory rants.
  3. Golkree says:
    Francis E. Dec, Esq. (January 6, - January 21, ) was an American conspiracy theorist, noted for his bizarre socio-political tracts that he mass-mailed to the media. Often denouncing a "Worldwide Mad Deadly Communist Gangster Computer God" mind-controlling mankind, Dec is considered to have been a paranoid schizophrenic of the influencing-machine delusion kind, and is often referred to Born: 6 January , Hempstead Village, New York.
  4. Samur says:
    Easy Explanation=Racial Segregation This doesn't explain the way the neighborhoods change.. Black Belt neighborhoods were just as segregated by color in as they are today BUT with higher employment numbers Factors include: decreasing demand for low-skilled labor The.
  5. Mauzilkree says:
    Matter of Frankenstein - NY Slip Op (U) [*1] Matter of Frankenstein NY Slip Op (U) [14 Misc 3d (A)] Decided on February 27, Sur Ct, Monroe County Calvaruso, J. Published by New York State Law Reporting Bureau pursuant to Judiciary Law §
  6. Voodoomi says:
    Feb 21,  · The increase in the SWS joblessness rate in the last quarter of last year from percent in September to percent in December .
  7. Daigore says:
    The circumstances forced Frankenstein’s monster to do so, Victor was the instigator of these circumstances. “My first thought was to discover what I knew of the murderer and cause instant pursuit to be made. But I paused when I reflected on the story I had to tell.”(Frankenstein, Mary Shelley), This shows that Victor had the knowledge.
  8. Grogal says:
    Jan 10,  · Some scholars would suggest that there’s some seriously oedipal shit going on in that scene, including suggestions that the Creature is a metaphor for Frankenstein’s penis and the hubris-ridden act of Frankenstein playing God to “give birth” to a monstrosity reflects his unspoken need to come to terms with his mother’s passing by.
  9. Kazranos says:
    May 25,  · The African-American poverty rate rose to percent in That the poverty rate would increase from to was not a surprise. Black workers lost jobs in When blacks lose work black poverty increases. Alternatively, when blacks find work poverty declines.

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