This just in . . . .

One of the doubtful joys of having my name and address in some public databases is the occasional mailing I receive from someone with . . . let’s call it a beautiful mind.  Just today I got a packet with the legitimate return address of the World Council of Churches in Geneva, though the packet was mailed in the USA.  Inside I found:

  • two photocopied pieces of WCC stationery containing nothing but the letterhead
  • five and a half pages of single-spaced text, all in caps, that I’ll show a sample of below
  • four pages of medical records of a man whose name I’ll not mention–maybe the sender of the packet
  • five pages of different kinds of homemade currency, some with the same man’s name or signature on them (whited out from the sample)

The text begins like this:

TO EACH ALL TYPES PHASES OF AS EVER LISTED OR NOT ESP.  GOD, GODS GODDESSES, GODESS, POPE, POPES, HIGH PREIST, HIGH PREISTS, PREIST, PREISTS, CONVENTS,  CONVENT,  NUN,  NUNS,  CONTINIUOSLY HIGHER AND AND HIGHER ON ON INTRICATATLY AND INDIVIDUALLY, PAST PRESENT, FUTURE, ETC. AND PER CHURCH, CHURCHES

. . . and so on for more than five pages.

One variety of the money looks like this, front and back:

My questions:  What kind of mind produces such a thing?  How many people received packets like this one?  Why does the sender hijack the name of the World Council of Churches?  Where can I spend the money?

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One Response to “This just in . . . .”

  1. kyle kelley Says:

    Universal Currency with a perfect exchange rate anywhere you go. And its valid despite the current state of the government. Sounds like a pretty good deal. But you might want to investigate its inflation rate before you invest too heavily in it.

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