MAYDAY 1621: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2019

“The power in words seems greater when rhymed. Magical is using all 280 characters when making a first half verse timely, rhyme,

with the last. The sum of the two’s a rhyme but there’s more treasure to Twitter’s algorithm, than its utility, making rhyme.”

“My Senators wish for a quick acquittal of me. They haven’t noticed yet the power in words, when rhymed. Magical seems using all 280

characters when rhyming but there’s more treasure to Twitter’s algorithm than its utility in clever rhyme making, ability.”

“My Senators haven’t noticed yet the power in words, at all. And the honor in being on the right side of history. Peace and prosperity,

remarkably, beckon. ‘Tis in the potential energy of Twitter’s algorithm that lies its utility in transforming, society.”

“Hot wars followed by a Cold War have thoroughly disgraced the history of Urantia. We honor, knowledge. We dishonor, wisdom.

And so the whirlwind, we’re reaping. We insincerely, apologize. We need to make amends. And make of frenemies, friends, wholesome.”

“Big time problems require big time solutions. Humans need the Democrats to win in 2020. I shan’t be running, then. No I shan’t be

running, in 2020. Then again, maybe I will. It all depends on whether someone blows a whistle on what happened in Helsinki.”

“Stay tuned for a trial on the House’s impeachment of the president. He’s not looking forward to what may well be ratings,

extravaganzas. We may be rating him on a propensity toward criminality. In the interim, incriminatory information keeps on, leaking.”

“The power in words seems greater when rhymed. Magical is using all 280 characters when making a first half verse timely, rhyme,

with the last. The sum of the two’s a rhyme but there’s more treasure to Twitter’s algorithm, than its utility, making rhyme.”

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