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    not to be trusted miss fortune's Avatar
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    my mother teaches elementary school, so I'd learned to read before I went to Kindergarten. I've always had some trouble with reading anything long or in depth though, so I'm going into a blue collar job after graduation. Hope that helps!
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    I could divide written 8-digit ciphres when I was born. In fact, I was the one telling my mother how much time I had passed exactly in the womb by measuring differential in the angle of the sun when I was an ovul and when I was born.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    I could divide written 8-digit ciphres when I was born. In fact, I was the one telling my mother how much time I had passed exactly in the womb by measuring differential in the angle of the sun when I was an ovul and when I was born.
    Hmm... I'm going to need some proof before I can believe that. Sounds pretty far fetched. It seems like that would have been publicized or something if it happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by athenian200 View Post
    Hmm... I'm going to need some proof before I can believe that. Sounds pretty far fetched. It seems like that would have been publicized or something if it happened.
    It's been kept secret because I'm training to be a weapon for the CIA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    It's been kept secret because I'm training to be a weapon for the CIA.
    If that were true, then I doubt you'd have time to post here, and you likely would have known that it wasn't a good idea to tell us for whom you worked. I don't mean to be skeptical or mistrustful, but I don't buy your story. Sorry, nothing personal... it just doesn't add up to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by athenian200 View Post
    If that were true, then I doubt you'd have time to post here, and you likely would have known that it wasn't a good idea to tell us for whom you worked. I don't mean to be skeptical or mistrustful, but I don't buy your story. Sorry, nothing personal... it just doesn't add up to me.
    I don't know...maybe this wikipedia entry will clear it up?

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    Btw, if you don't really want to buy it, I can make you a special price? 15 dollars?

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    When I was conceived, I had the ability to solve differential equations written in my genetic material. So, basically, there was no time at which I did not kick ass in the solving differential equations department.
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