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Glock. I mean, "good luck."

not with a glock...

to help your "luck," Glock... just like Kentucky... is "of Clark Kent."  let me really help you out, you are too.

gl o ver?  SON OF MORNING (TRAILER) - YouTube
cl o ar? c the light of "adam really:"  Carroll Cloar - Wikipedia
gl o an?  the good luck of "an"  Pierre Le Gloan - Wikipedia

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From: Adam M. Dobrin <>
Date: Tue, Apr 25, 2017 at 12:44 PM
Subject: Re: Glock. I mean, "good luck."
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Cc: Thirteen to l'Chaim <>, The Free Press <>, The Free Press <>

Now check out "glomar" and "glow."  That "w" is work.  Mar means Si, like in Mary.

The point of my ahem, targeting of the NSA, is to show us all how we are absolutely incapable of using technology properly today; we have allowed a surveillance state to be created and persist; and in the light of that darkness... we have failed to use that technology to do anything at all beneficial for our society.  "Code Adam" here, is about stopping child abductions with more than "an amber alert" ... with the technology we know the government possesses and uses (probably just for drug dealers) we could already be in a much happier world.  

Except we allow "them" to "hide" that this surveillance exists?  So there's no way we could possibly use it for "justice."  Ingenious, you all are.

Why don't one of you geniuses request my "file" from the NSA.  You could even FOIA my FOIA requests; that would probably be enlightening.  At the same time, you might find a really funny example of "good luck" in the transcripts from my SEC deposition in this case:  That company was "CURA Group" see, we were a group, and now you are gonna c me glow.

we are here.  get ready.

On Tue, Apr 25, 2017 at 10:22 AM, Adam M. Dobrin <> wrote:
Now see.. Gload, gloam, and Glome.

What is the definition of gloaming?
Noun. 1. gloaming - the time of day immediately following sunset; "he loved the twilight"; "they finished before the fall of night" crepuscle, crepuscule, dusk, evenfall, gloam, nightfall, twilight, fall.

Urban Dictionary: gload

Apr 1, 2005 - adj. "clutch" or otherwise good at performing under pressure.

Glome - Wikipedia

Glome is either: the fictitious kingdom that is the setting of C. S. Lewis' novel Till We Have Faces; or; the 3-sphere · Disambiguation icon, This disambiguation ...

What am I an urban legend?

On Tue, Apr 25, 2017 at 9:10 AM, Adam M. Dobrin <> wrote:

Dear Rock, take the road; this ain't Rome.

oh desert, speak to my heart.

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