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  • This chronicle, if true, sets precedent for purge style retribution by enslaved peasants.
    Burn, rape, and pillage.
    England, France, and Spain.
    Kings, queens, and barons.
    Castles, knights, and squires.
    Fiefdom, serf, and noble.
    Ransom, rest, and relaxation.

    It’s the year 1300s. You own a castle. You didn’t die during childbirth.

    Besides subsistence farming, trapping, water fetching, hunting with falcons, and other questionable histories.

    France vs England vs Spain vs Portugal, vs Saracens, vs Romans, vs.

    Plus growing enough oats to feed a regiment of calvary, men, horses, archers, commoners.

    Troops, knights, and squires.

    I don’t buy it.

    Fake History.

    Froissart’s Chronicles by Jean Froissart book review.
    Mentioned by Sir Walter Scott in Waverley.

    My highlights and annotations:

    Froissart’s Chronicles: Edited and Translated by John Jolliffe by Jean Froissart

    Book last read: 2024-02-18 18:26:51
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    Chapter 5: Introduction
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    Notes: Fema UN troops

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    Chapter 5: Introduction
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    Highlight: The greatest evils were disorder and anarchy, and in the context of the age this is understandable because the worst sufferings came from such sources – from peasant revolts, civil wars and bands of unemployed mercenaries.
    Notes: Get ready America.

    Chapter 10: Prologue
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    Highlight: though nothing is unknown if one seeks far enough.
    Notes: False.

    Chapter 12: DEPOSITION OF EDWARD II AND ACCESSION OF EDWARD III
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    Highlight: When he had been tied up, his member and his testicles were first cut off, because he was a heretic and a sodomite, even, it was said, with the King, and this was why the King had driven away the Queen on his suggestion.

    Chapter 13: The Scots Invade England (1327)
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    Notes: The Scots

    Chapter 13: The Scots Invade England (1327)
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    Highlight: mixing a little of their oatmeal with water, they sprinkle the thin paste on the hot stone and make a small cake, rather like a wafer, which they eat to help their digestion.
    Notes: Apocalypse science. Oat cakes.

    Chapter 13: The Scots Invade England (1327)
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    Highlight: At this price peace was established for a few years.
    Notes: Face mask death cult retreat.

    Chapter 18: The Campaign of Crécy (1346)
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    Highlight: So be it then, and God be with us. If you fight, I and my men will fight with you.
    Notes: War against the covid commies.

    Chapter 19: The Siege of Calais (1346–7)
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    Chapter 19: The Siege of Calais (1346–7)
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    Notes: DOD domestic warfare.

    Chapter 19: The Siege of Calais (1346–7)
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    Notes: GTFO

    Chapter 19: The Siege of Calais (1346–7)
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    Highlight: As can be imagined, she was welcomed with joy and she and all her ladies were soon lodged as honourably and comfortably as if they had been in London.
    Notes: Queen of English

    Chapter 19: The Siege of Calais (1346–7)
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    Highlight: They were often pursued and nearly caught between Boulogne and Calais, but they always escaped.
    Notes: Totally fake war.

    Chapter 19: The Siege of Calais (1346–7)
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    Chapter 19: The Siege of Calais (1346–7)
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    Highlight: Sometimes one side would come off best, sometimes the other, as is usual in this type of fighting.
    Notes: Fake civil war for commie simps.

    Chapter 19: The Siege of Calais (1346–7)
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    Highlight: The Flemings therefore invited the King and Queen, who were outside Calais, to come to the Abbey of Bergues and bring her with them. They would bring their young lord, and the marriage would be
    Notes: Great story about leaving English princess at alter for France.

    Chapter 19: The Siege of Calais (1346–7)
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    Highlight: for I wish to repopulate Calais with pure-blooded English.

    Chapter 20: Black Death, Flagellants and Jews 1 (1349)
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    Notes: Vaccine carnage.

    Chapter 21: Sea Battle off Winchelsea (1350)
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    Highlight: He stood in the bows of his own ship, wearing a black velvet jerkin and a black beaverskin cap which greatly suited him.
    Notes: Looking good.

    Chapter 21: Sea Battle off Winchelsea (1350)
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    Highlight: so powerful and splendid that they made a beautiful sight.
    Notes: 40 tall sailing ships together w top gallants unfurrled.

    Chapter 22: The Siege of Breteuil and the Poitiers Campaign (1356)
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    Highlight: exacting ransom-money from towns and castles,
    Notes: Proof of financial responsibility, Warren’s GEICO Buffet.

    Chapter 22: The Siege of Breteuil and the Poitiers Campaign (1356)
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    Highlight: You can never think of anything new yourselves, but when you see something good you just take it!
    Notes: Ish people.

    Chapter 22: The Siege of Breteuil and the Poitiers Campaign (1356)
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    Chapter 24: The Three Estates; the Free Companies
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    Highlight: As a first measure, the Three Estates stopped the coining of the money then being minted and took possession of the dies.
    Notes: First step. DESTROY FEDERAL RESERVE

    Chapter 24: The Three Estates; the Free Companies
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    Highlight: They also wanted to find out what had happened to the vast sums which had been raised in the past through tithes, levies on capital, forced loans, coinings of new money and all the other extortionate measures
    Notes: Covid corporate extortion scam.

    Chapter 24: The Three Estates; the Free Companies
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    Highlight: Their sovereign was a prisoner and all the best of their knights were also in prison or dead,
    Notes: Face mask on child for health and safety.

    Chapter 24: The Three Estates; the Free Companies
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    Highlight: until some of the wiser ones realized that things could not be allowed to go on in this way, but that something must be done about it.
    Notes: Commies in America

    Chapter 24: The Three Estates; the Free Companies
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    Highlight: in order that they should render a true account of all the funds which had been levied and collected on their advice.
    Notes: Arrest the money printers and covid commies.

    Chapter 24: The Three Estates; the Free Companies
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    Notes: Commie covid scam.

    Chapter 24: The Three Estates; the Free Companies
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    Highlight: who had himself made a knight and became so powerful and rich that his wealth was uncountable.
    Notes: Bill Warren Gates Buffet

    Chapter 24: The Three Estates; the Free Companies
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    Highlight: At that time also there arose another company of men-at-arms and irregulars from various countries, who subdued and plundered the whole region between the Seine and the Loire.
    Notes: Prepare for chaos.

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    Highlight: They ranged the country in troops of twenty, thirty or forty and they met no one capable of putting up a resistance to them.
    Notes: Elect men of God.

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    Chapter 24: The Three Estates; the Free Companies
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    Notes: Corporate jurisdiction sticker checks.

    Chapter 25: The Jacquerie (1358)
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    Highlight: there were very strange and terrible happenings in several parts of the kingdom
    Notes: Deep state chaos magicians.

    Chapter 25: The Jacquerie (1358)
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    Highlight: After about a dozen of them had violated the lady, they tried to force her and the children to eat the knight’s flesh before putting them cruelly to death.

    Chapter 25: The Jacquerie (1358)
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    Highlight: Their barbarous acts were worse than anything that ever took place between Christians and Saracens.
    Notes: Face mask science.

    Chapter 25: The Jacquerie (1358)
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    Highlight: it would be a good thing if they were all destroyed.

    Chapter 25: The Jacquerie (1358)
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    Highlight: When they were asked why they did these things, they replied that they did not know; it was because they saw others doing them and they copied them.
    Notes: Face mask lock down injection death cult.

    Chapter 26: The Last Days of Etienne Marcel (1358)
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    Chapter 26: The Last Days of Etienne Marcel (1358)
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    Chapter 26: The Last Days of Etienne Marcel (1358)
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    Notes: Vaccinated people cannot be trusted.

    Chapter 26: The Last Days of Etienne Marcel (1358)
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    Notes: Covid injectors.

    Chapter 27: Brigandry, Warfare and Predictions
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    Highlight: so-called English, bands maintain a reign of terror, virtually paralysing trade and agriculture.

    Notes: FBI and patsies.

    Chapter 27: Brigandry, Warfare and Predictions
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    Notes: CDC Fema traitors.

    Chapter 27: Brigandry, Warfare and Predictions
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    Highlight: until at last they fell in a heap with their necks broken and were immediately turned to dust and ashes.
    Notes: Covid commies

    Chapter 27: Brigandry, Warfare and Predictions
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    Highlight: That was how the garrison of Cormicy was captured and the castle demolished.
    Notes: By digging under and collapsing main tower.

    Chapter 27: Brigandry, Warfare and Predictions
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    Highlight: Brother Jean de la Rochetaillade.
    Notes: Prophet destruction of France.

    Chapter 27: Brigandry, Warfare and Predictions
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    Highlight: because of the way in which they oppressed the common people.
    Notes: American commies.

    Chapter 30: The Sack of Limoges (1370)
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    Highlight: The knights inside and the townspeople, who knew what was going on, started a countermine in the hope of killing the English miners, but it was a failure.
    Notes: Mine wars.

    Chapter 30: The Sack of Limoges (1370)
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    Highlight: the miners started a fire in their mine. In the morning, just as the Prince had specified, a great section of the wall collapsed, filling the moat at the place where it fell.

    Chapter 30: The Sack of Limoges (1370)
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    Notes: English siege.

    Chapter 33: La Rochelle Goes Over to the French (1372)
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    Highlight: Money is what they need.’

    Notes: Soldiers

    Chapter 33: La Rochelle Goes Over to the French (1372)
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    Highlight: Thirdly, they requested the King to have minted in their town coinage of exactly the same value and alloy as that minted in Paris.
    Notes: reHypothecation.

    Chapter 37: Papal Affairs and the Great Schism (1376–7)
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    Highlight: nearly seventy years the Popes used Avignon as their sole official seat,
    Notes: Romans too much to bare.

    Chapter 37: Papal Affairs and the Great Schism (1376–7)
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    Highlight: the Romans, who are strange and treacherous people, will become lords and masters of all the cardinals and will force a pope of their own choosing to be
    Notes: Prophecy fulfilled.

    Notes: Voted most valuable lizard.

    Chapter 38: THE GREAT SCHISM
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    Highlight: for those who favoured a new election dared not act openly for fear of the Romans.
    Notes: Romans are going to kill me.

    Chapter 38: THE GREAT SCHISM
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    Highlight: For this reason the then Bishop of Cambrai, called John, lost all his temporal revenues.

    Notes: Temporal revenue.

    Chapter 38: THE GREAT SCHISM
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    Highlight: people who were not to blame for it paid the penalty every day.

    Notes: Vaccine face mask death ritual.

    Chapter 39: The Peasants’ Revolt in England (1381)
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    Highlight: If we go in good earnest and all together, very many people who are called serfs and are held in subjection will follow us to get their freedom. And when the King sees and hears us, he will remedy the evil, either willingly or otherwise.

    Chapter 39: The Peasants’ Revolt in England (1381)
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    Highlight: They drew in all the people from the villages they went near, and they passed by like a tornado, levelling and gutting the houses of lawyers and judges

    Chapter 39: The Peasants’ Revolt in England (1381)
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    Highlight: still relentlessly pursuing their course of destroying the houses of lawyers and judges whenever they passed near them.

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    Chapter 39: The Peasants’ Revolt in England (1381)
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    Highlight: They also said that they wanted to have an account from the Chancellor of all the sums of money which had been raised in the kingdom during the past five years,
    Notes: Where did the money go?

    Chapter 39: The Peasants’ Revolt in England (1381)
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    Highlight: If we begin something that we are unable to finish, there will be no stopping things before we and our heirs are destroyed and all England is laid in ruins.
    Notes: Covid scam

    Chapter 39: The Peasants’ Revolt in England (1381)
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    Chapter 39: The Peasants’ Revolt in England (1381)
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    Chapter 40: Affairs of Flanders (1381–2)
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    Notes: Face mask lock down commies.

    Chapter 40: Affairs of Flanders (1381–2)
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    Highlight: Sell your lives dearly and courageously and die, if you must, with honour.

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    Chapter 41: Battle of Roosebeke (1382)
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    Chapter 41: Battle of Roosebeke (1382)
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    Notes: Banner or pennant.

    Chapter 41: Battle of Roosebeke (1382)
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    Chapter 42: Charles VI Marries Isabella of Bavaria (1385)
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    Notes: Atlantean Bacon Mason reference.

    Chapter 42: Charles VI Marries Isabella of Bavaria (1385)
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    Highlight: the Germans are much given to going on pilgrimages and it is an established custom with them.

    Notes: Lock down face mask test and injection requirements to travel abroad.

    Chapter 44: At the Court of the Count of Foix (1388)
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    Chapter 44: At the Court of the Count of Foix (1388)
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    Chapter 44: At the Court of the Count of Foix (1388)
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    Chapter 44: At the Court of the Count of Foix (1388)
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    Highlight: But I am the master of this money. I am holding it on your behalf, but it shall never leave
    Notes: Debt based money end of life.

    Chapter 45: The Haunting of Sir Peter
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    Notes: FBI

    Chapter 47: The Tale of the Familiar
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    Chapter 47: The Tale of the Familiar
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    Notes: Covid commies.

    Chapter 47: The Tale of the Familiar
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    Highlight: Now go and look somewhere else for a benefice.
    Notes: I don’t answer questions.

    Chapter 48: Preparations for a French Invasion of England (1386)
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    Highlight: To pay for the expedition and have sufficient ships, the rich in France were taxed a quarter or a third of their fortunes, while many smaller men were taxed at more than they possessed to provide the pay of the
    Notes: Death and tax.

    Chapter 48: Preparations for a French Invasion of England (1386)
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    Notes: Put face mask on and shut up.

    Chapter 49: Trial by Combat (1386–7)
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    Chapter 50: Richard II’s First Struggle with his Uncles (1387–8)
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    Highlight: Madam Isabella who, as you know, was a good and beautiful lady, of the highest and noblest descent possible.

    Chapter 50: Richard II’s First Struggle with his Uncles (1387–8)
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    Highlight: A base man has no idea of what honour means, but wants to grab everything and gobble it up, just like an otter in a pond destroying all the fish it finds there.

    Chapter 50: Richard II’s First Struggle with his Uncles (1387–8)
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    Highlight: And in the long run the King is supreme. He will pardon you and remit the whole sum, because in the end it must come back to him and no one else.’

    Notes: The money is fake.

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    Highlight: Put your affairs in order, for I will touch neither food nor drink as long as you are alive.

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    Highlight: since all those whom they hated and wished to remove from the King’s council were dead or in exile, so that no new party could be formed, it was now necessary for the King and the kingdom to be put back on a sound footing.

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    Highlight: They did homage in the customary way, with their hands clasped, kissing the King on the lips.
    Notes: Wtf

    Chapter 51: John of Gaunt’s Expedition to Spain (1386–7)
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    Chapter 51: John of Gaunt’s Expedition to Spain (1386–7)
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    Chapter 52: The Battle of Otterburn (Chevy Chase) (1388)
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    Highlight: And when they surrender to each other according to the law of arms, they treat their prisoners well without pressing too hard for money, behaving chivalrously to one another, which the Germans do not.

    Chapter 52: The Battle of Otterburn (Chevy Chase) (1388)
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    Chapter 54: Queen Isabella’s Entry into Paris (1389)
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    Highlight: From the fountain flowed streams of excellent honied and spiced wine, and all round it stood young girls very richly dressed, wearing handsome golden hats and singing very tunefully.
    Notes: Queen Isabella arrives in Paris.

    Chapter 54: Queen Isabella’s Entry into Paris (1389)
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    Chapter 55: A Royal Visitation (1389)
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    Notes: Lively ladies.

    Chapter 55: A Royal Visitation (1389)
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    Notes: Covid

    Chapter 55: A Royal Visitation (1389)
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    Highlight: It is our will that he should die. He is an evil man, a heretic and a robber.

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    Highlight: so that when he thought he was most securely seated on top of her wheel, she spun him down into the mud – as she has done to thousands of others since the world began.

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    Notes: Lol

    Chapter 56: Tournament at Saint-Inglevert (1390)
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    Chapter 58: The Death of the Count of Foix (1391)
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    Chapter 59: Charles VI Goes Mad (1392)
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    Notes: Adverse reaction.

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    Highlight: for there must be government and administration. Otherwise there would be trouble.
    Notes: Snake talk.

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    Notes: Face mask and vaccine not required.

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    Highlight: since that is the aim which doctors always pursue, to get large payments and profits from the lords and ladies they attend.
    Notes: Pharma reps and hand jobs.

    Chapter 60: Froissart Revisits England (1395)
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    Notes: Next of lizard kin.

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    Notes: Irish.

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    Notes: Trillions of debt dollars. Quadrillions of derivatives.

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    Notes: FBI

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    Notes: Covid scam

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    Notes: King

  • Modify .config file to exercise more daemon capabilities.

    Consider config option -prune or, -prune-blockchain

    The option -prune, removes certain parts of the chain, making the overall space/money required to run the node less costly.

    A pruned node requires less disk space.

    You may say, “See I told you, techno software wizards have blockchain technology shored up. Let’s all get on board, insert digital ID into veins, brain chip dildos on head, hook me up, I’m a techno whore.”

    ‘insert image of Elon Muskfake

    Not so fast buckaroo. Let me explain.

    The bitcoin -prune option allows users to enter a size, example: -prune=2048 for 20GB size, it uses select measure of disk to determine how much to prune-blockchain.

    Monero -prune uses size-of-chain to determine how much to prune. Since size of chain is continually increasing, required disc space also increases.

    Indicating the techno snake has determined more efficient way to requisition resources.

    S/He is growing more desperate to feed.

    All hands on deck.

    Techno Space – Bitcoin and Monero -prune function

  • “Stand Up and Be Counted
    “Stand Up and Be Numbered
    Like a Lamb prepared for slaughter.
    No man can buy or sell without it.

    Do not stand up to be counted.

    Make haste for the wilderness,
    hide yourselves for a little while,
    LET THE DEATH ANGEL PASS OVER.

    Keep your head down, soldier.

    The abomination of desolation is here.

    Pray for the Saints.

    BEGIN EXODUS

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