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liberty Savant.

oliverthered (187439) writes | more than 3 years ago

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well if that guy subscribed..

the use of Liberty Savant as opposed to Liberty a savant or Liberty is Savant was to depersonalize savant.

that was one hell of a lot of errors for anyone to make in a sig... and it not have some extra meaning to it. Cryptic and odd poetic language is usually done in a similar manner, double meanings and things to encourage further thought.

well if that guy subscribed..

the use of Liberty Savant as opposed to Liberty a savant or Liberty is Savant was to depersonalize savant.

that was one hell of a lot of errors for anyone to make in a sig... and it not have some extra meaning to it. Cryptic and odd poetic language is usually done in a similar manner, double meanings and things to encourage further thought.

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