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Subject: Re: Peter Stewart's Ancestry
Date: Sat, 11 Aug 2007 02:17:58 -0700
References: <rMevi.64$wi6.257@eagle.america.net>
In-Reply-To: <rMevi.64$wi6.257@eagle.america.net>


On Aug 11, 10:50 am, "D. Spencer Hines" <> wrote:
> "I have vanishingly little genealogical interest in anyone who lived after
> around the mid-13th century, and couldn't tell anything about my own
> ancestry from the 15th to 19th centuries from memory without checking - and
> not my own research at that, because I simply haven't had the interest to do
> it."
>
> Peter Stewart -- 11 August 2007
>
> Hilarious! He's lying through his teeth, of course, as we see here:
>
> "The discussion of this between us started from an interest in an ancestor
> of mine who was killed at Waterloo - i.e. in the 19th century."
>
> Peter Stewart -- 11 August 2007
>
> Said ancestor was killed at Waterloo in 1815.
>
> Clearly that ancestor was born in the 18th Century, which puts the lie to
> his assertion supra.
>
> Peter is slipping as a liar -- his talent is unraveling -- the Tegretol
> [Carbamazepine] Anti-Seizure Drug, which he takes, adds a kicker -- and some
> disabling memory loss as well as the expected mood changes, disorientation,
> ataxia [loss of coordination and equilibrium], an uneven, lurching gait
> somnolence and acute reactions, often hostile, to personal interactions with
> others.
>
> He seems to be on a high dose.
>
> It's also often used by Epileptics.
>
> DSH
>
> Lux et Veritas et Libertas

Even by his own abysmal standards DSH is plumbing new depths here (an
appropriate expression for a failed jack-tar)


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