Wednesday, October 21, 2009

grave misinterpretations

The website shows a number of entries and photos of Laos, its remaining bombs, and the Plain of Jars.

The Plain of Jars is significant in United States' military history because reconnaissance over the "recognized archaeological site" resulted in some conflict. At the time, what had been communicated to a University-linked influence-network is that a special jar was needed to contain a tiny mucousal artifact -- an oracle-bead chronicle -- in its placement beneath a limestone roadside-rest monument located in Degolia, PA. Instead, reconnaissance over Laos was scheduled as if a huge Laotian jar was needed to contain the limestone roadside-rest monument!

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