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May 29, 2008

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bruce keiffer

Hey there. Your mind by what you wrote below may be thinking exactly the way it should.

Okay, it doesn't really mean anything, but my weird little mind likes to think about this stuff.

Never apologize for thinking outside of the
box. If we all thought the same it would be
a pretty boring world. That is what constrast is all about.

There is so much out there that none of us really know but like you I definetly see
more than a coincidence in how numbers work
in our lives. Yes, this could have been
his destiny as maybe it was mine to find
someone who believes or is at least interested in exploring peoples numbers
and esp in baseball numerology.

So if you have an interest and you are
still intrigued by this we can start here.

So instead of thinking your mind is wierd
think instead that it might just be evolved.
Have a great night. Write back. You can
contact me at the email address above.

PS. You wrote the article on the 29th which
is the same as the number 11. I will explain
more about that after I hear from you. Take care.

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