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Roc Koch

The transportation means of ancient Mexico

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Piney
12 hours ago, Roc Koch said:

I put forth the talking point. Not any research at all

:rolleyes:  Exactly.......

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Noteverythingisaconspiracy
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Edit: Somehow managed to lose the quote. See below.

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21 hours ago, Roc Koch said:

Positioning the "White" stuff is not necessary. All Blood is red. Who cares what the skin color is? I have many American Indian Bloodlines racing through my veins as well as other silly entities in the tubes. I am about knowledge and wisdom.  

How is that relevant to the discussion? 

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Roc Koch
2 hours ago, Noteverythingisaconspiracy said:

How is that relevant to the discussion? 

It is relevant to someone who posted here. 

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Roc Koch

Time will provide...

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jaylemurph
On 4/29/2018 at 12:17 PM, Roc Koch said:

They had causeways all over the sites, I have seen them. The size of the hard rubberized ball-bearings rather than the wheel, varied according to the needs of the project. These people were very smart and the engineering was amazing. Positioning the "White" stuff is not necessary. All Blood is red. Who cares what the skin color is? I have many American Indian Bloodlines racing through my veins as well as other silly entities in the tubes. I am about knowledge and wisdom.  

You might have dozens of American Indian bloodlines flowing through you veins, but I can’t see any actual American Indians welcoming you into their nations. Funny, that. 

—Jaylemurph 

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Roc Koch

Indeed, funny.

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