Quote# 90855

Throwing out something. Two spellings of Orka or Orca. One spelling Orka. One spelling Orca. and the Or in both. We know Orka is a fish (very large fish, and the killer nickname) in the ocean. We know Orca is a corporation, or a project employed by the Romney Campaign to get out the vote, or is Orca something different from the two prior. Orca is recent or not? Breaking the two word down further. Take Orka. Is the state of Kansas implied or a fact in some sort of code? Now Orca. Is the state of California implied or code? Now look at the states. Am familiar with both states and facts and am at this point forgetting the implied of the implications. Sex, Sex, Sex. Agreement sex is being used as a distraction. Am not forgetting that also. Digging Deeper, but must back away for the moment.

no-to-illegals, Free Republic 37 Comments [11/20/2012 4:33:23 AM]
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Wait, what?

11/21/2012 1:55:21 AM


One for the schizophrenic file.

11/21/2012 5:50:08 AM



11/21/2012 3:18:45 PM

Seeker Lancer

Orka isn't a word you idiot... and orcas are whales.

11/22/2012 5:32:10 PM

For those confused, here is a translation to modern-day English:

There are two ways to spell the word "orca." Orca, or Orka. There is an "or" in both words. Orca is one of three things: a corporation, a project of the Romney Campaign to get out the vote (the election is ongoing, to those who don't know), or a large fish (mammal?) which lives in the sea. Fuck that, it's definitely a fish. Kansas and California are states. Coincidence? Or implied code? Now look...

I forgot what I was talking about, but not what I'm thinking about, which is sex. Nobody will have sex with me. I'm onto something - but I'm not sure what.

11/23/2012 10:07:38 PM


You know that's not what they're saying.

11/25/2012 9:48:57 PM



Seriously, can anyone decipher this?

11/26/2012 2:22:09 PM



This makes Glenn Beck look coherent.

11/27/2012 5:36:03 AM


Is there a word that means "even wronger than 'not even wrong'"? Is such a state of wrongness even possible?

11/30/2012 5:18:18 PM


@Filin De Blanc I did a spit take when I read that

3/17/2013 11:32:07 AM


Whales are not fish.

11/5/2013 7:09:16 AM

Sex with orcas now? You never stop to amaze me

11/10/2014 5:09:58 AM

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