North Carolina - Spectacular Square UFO Hovers In The Night Sky

A spectacular UFO sighting took place near Charlotte, North Carolina and a photo of the craft was posted on Facebook by a witness. The picture was taken by a husband and father who admits he doesn't believe in UFO's, but he can't explain the sighting.

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no one cares

it's just a giant alien cell phone
so they can phone home

James,do you mind if I call you 'Jimmy' from now on?

I realize that Jim is the one who pays you gasoline and bullets for your yearly bonus, and I don't want to get the two of you confused, but your UFO fixation is just like that of a little boy.

Also, your children's Halloween camouflage face paint and your 'make believe military' bullshit is something a little boy would do.

So I'm just going to call you Jimmy from now on, Jimmy.

Jimmy, did you remember to clean your room? I want you to brush your teeth Before going to bed. School starting back up, so I want you to get all your books and pencils together because tomorrow morning you have to be up really early.

Hey, Jimmy…

The UFO thing stopped being interesting a long time ago.

That's why NOBODY leaves posts in your childish UFO threads that demonstrate even the vaguest interest in the subject.

The only posts you get are ones that ridicule you.

Go away Jewy Nigturd.

It's ADORABLE watching you 'play grown up', one minute pretending to be a soldier, the next minute pretending to be a political activist, the next minute pretending to be a UFO expert, and the next minute you're pretending to be a news reporter.

Absolutely ADORABLE !!!

you're a big boy now !!

(wash all that Halloween makeup off your face and clean your room, Elmer Fudd)

Mommy's little 'soldier' is on the case, hunting down another spaceship from Mars

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Jimmy, please do a thread about the woman in Key Largo Florida, who is telling police that a 'mystery man named Antione' kidnapped her son.

Her story is full of shit

She's claiming she was walking her son down the street when some guy named Antoine offered to give them a ride, and the next thing she knows 'she woke up in a field' and her son was gone…

The Key Largo Police Department thinks she's full of shit of course, haven't gone into her apartment and found blood. They've been searching a nearby lake for the boys body….

I would appreciate it if you would do a story about this

lol @ frustrated

Hahahaha you idiot
you obviously
have no idea
who I am or

Ooops!! Speechto text typo

The Key Largo Police Department thinks she's full of shit of course, HAVING* gone into her apartment and found blood. They've been searching a nearby lake for the boys body….

The truth is out there.

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Bloody clothes found in home where missing Largo boy, 2, lives

The mother gave police a lame description of a 'suspect'

She obviously killed her son

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Jimmy, everybody knows that Unidentified Aerial Vehicles are real, so it's not an interesting 'mystery' anymore….

we ARE aliens…..

that's old news……


well fuck me drunk and call me charley, you must be some kind of 300IQ glow in the dark nigger

Jimmy, everybody already knows that the 'Jesus myth' is nothing more than an archaic sticks and stones version of an Alien Intervention, with the Immaculate Conception being a metaphor for the genetic manipulation and creation of the human race by an Alien species, where they mixed their own DNA with the DNA of monkeys they found here on planet Earth…

Everybody already knows that we are aliens….


I need you to create a thread about the two Asian guys who created a poster of themselves and put it on the wall in a McDonald's restaurant, and it was hanging there for several months without anybody realizing it

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no, but when I was
15 years old, I had
the WISC-R4 applied

(the subset of The Wechsler Scale for adolescents)

and I scored in the
'Very Superior' range

One day when Jevh Maravilla was tucking into a meal at his local McDonald's in Houston, Texas, an observation struck him.

In all the cheesy photos of people bedecking the restaurant, one group was not included. "There were no Asians," he told the BBC. Jevh, who has Filipino heritage, decided it was time to fix this and enlisted his friend Christian Toledo to help.

Their mission? To smuggle a poster starring themselves into that McDonald's and hang it up without anyone noticing.

The first step was making the poster. Jevh decided that a photo of him and Christian posing as students would work best.

"We took the photo outside the neighbourhood events centre while a Zumba class was going on," Jevh said.

They edited the poster to have the same dotted circle design as the other ones in the restaurant. Then they ordered it online and waited for it to arrive.

The Heist
They had spotted a blank wall perfect for their poster, but the difficult bit was going to be getting it up there undetected.

As in any good heist movie, Jevh assembled a crack team of accomplices. "I needed one friend to record and two friends to help me hang it up."

While his pals blended in as customers, Jevh wore an old McDonald's worker shirt posing as "Jeff Bergara, Regional Interior Coordinator."

They lay in wait for over an hour until the coast was clear. "I was very, very nervous," Jevh said. But when the moment came, they were ready and the poster went up without a hitch.

"We put adhesive on the back so it could be taken down. We didn't want to vandalise the restaurant," Jevh told the BBC.

(Here's a pic of one of them wearing a McDonald's manager outfit so they could stick the poster to the wall without being noticed)

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They pulled off the prank on 13 July and the poster has been up ever since.

While acknowledging it was a lot of fun, Jevh makes clear that there is a serious point to be made about the representation of Asian people in American society - whether that is representation in fast food marketing or in Hollywood movies.

"We all deserve equality and all races deserve recognition. I don't know why McDonald's marketing didn't include Asians, but often in the media Asian men are not shown as masculine and Asian women are just portrayed as cute and pretty.

"When I was growing up, Asian people only appeared in movies as martial artists or funny side characters."

Jevh says he was worried his parents would be cross but they were so amused they visited the restaurant and posed for photos with it.

Jevh's tweet about his escapade has been shared more than 140,000 times, and retweeted almost 600,000 times.

His Youtube video about it has also been watched by thousands. People have been leaving comments endorsing his message on representation. "Forget Crazy Rich Asians. This McDonald's poster is the representation we need," wrote one user, referring to a recent American film.

"Brilliant activism by @Jevholution" tweeted another.

What the future holds for the poster is a question only McDonald's can answer. The BBC has approached the company for comment.

(here's Jevh's parents sitting under the poster)

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I've got the McDonald's story under control.

You need to create a thread about the NIGGER woman in Key Largo




Hey, Jimmy……

WTF is the deal with The Turdwater's obsession with pedophiles?…..

88% of your 'news' articles are about pedophiles and child porn….

Q: is it YOU or JIM who's fixated on sex with children?

Hey, Firefighters

WTF is the deal with your obsession with house fires.

88% of your call outs seem to be about tacklking fires.

Q: Is it YOU who is really an arsenist setting all these fires.

Everybody knows that YOU create an abundance of UFO articles because you are obsessed with UFOs

Everybody knows that Philip creates an abundance of TECH articles because he's obsessed with Technology

Everyone knows that Diana is functionally illiterate, can barely construct a coherent comment, and will say anything to mimic and appease Jim, all so she can continue living in the tiny cramped little shithole loft at the Eton Emerald, because she's obsessed with mooching.



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Q: what happened to him in his childhood that made him become fixated on pedophiles?

It's a very disturbing and unnatural obsession……

Q: is there any correlation between Jim's disturbing fixation on pedophilia, his exaggerated effemininity, and his adoption of Ron?

Let's just be honest, okay?

Jim's more effeminate than my grandmother

Because NOBODY likes a pedophile

of course not………

But a normal person doesn't fixate on it, obsessing over the subject and spending the majority of their life thinking about it…..


First one was just a typo.
The second one is my retardation.

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Found it, you were lying, no mention of them being caught or ethnicity. Nice try

lol I know
I was just giving you shit

There was a whole spate of them. Not just 1.
The one in Minnasota was white people.

Well I still appreciate it.
I wont improve unless you point out where im going wrong.

That's what I want a link to, not it happening, that's not proof of who did it. I get it now, it was a (((white))) person but it doesn't fit your narrative.

See, I'm a big enough man to admit that I'm obsessed with Elvis Presley

I truly am…..

When I was a kid, I grew up in Memphis, and I lived right across the way from Graceland. I even went to Graceland Elementary School, and in the mornings, when we were walking to school, we used to occasionally see Elvis driving Lisa Marie's golf cart around in the front yard…

When I was 12 years old, I painted a portrait of Elvis for Jerry Lee Lewis, and I got to meet and know Jerry Lee in real life. As the years went by, I ended up meeting a long list of celebrities by painting Elvis portraits for them…..

So yeah…. I'm obsessed with Elvis…

Q: what past history does Jim have with PEDOPHILIA that led him to becoming obsessed with it as an adult?

I thought you were talking about Diana when you said a 'Square UFO'

she's a square, alright. She has terrible mediocre taste in music, listening to Taylor Swift…..

And she's an
p r o s t i t u t e

When I say Diana is unemployed, of course I'm aware she'd disagree….

But You, Philip & I all know she's not a real reporter…. She's the reason Jim paid for a licensed copy of GRAMMARLY™, because she's basically illiterate…..

We all realize Diana is pawning her vagina (occasionally, because Jim is bisexual) so she can mooch her way into a free roof over her tiny little monkeyhead at The Eton Emerald.

The Loft that they live in is only 375 sq ft total, and that includes the upstairs are.

The downstairs part is just a shoebox, one room, divided into 'imaginary sections', a kitchen, a dining room, & a living room…. All just ONE ROOM

and that one room is only 200 sq ft total

In other words, it's a tiny little SHITHOLE

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==Q: why don't you create an investigative article about how Diana gets free rent, and CASH YEARLY BONUSES, while you and Philip get bitchslapped, given gasoline and bullets as a bonus?

Q: why don't you create an investigative article about how Diana gets free rent, and CASH YEARLY BONUSES, while you and Philip get bitchslapped, given gasoline and bullets as a bonus?

Hey, Jimmy…..

I need you to do an article about the new Bob Woodward book FEAR

The book is called FEAR: Trump In The White House

In the book, all of Trump's staff give interviews, where they all talk about HOW FUCKING STUPID Trump is….

Bob Woodward’s new book, “Fear: Trump in the White House,” is based on hundreds of hours of in-depth interviews.

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Bob Woodward’s new book reveals a ‘nervous breakdown’ of Trump’s presidency

John Dowd was convinced that President Trump would commit perjury if he talked to special counsel Robert S. Mueller III. So, on Jan. 27, the president’s then-personal attorney staged a practice session to try to make his point.

In the White House residence, Dowd peppered Trump with questions about the Russia investigation, provoking stumbles, contradictions and lies until the president eventually lost his cool.

“This thing’s a goddamn hoax,” Trump erupted at the start of a 30-minute rant that finished with him saying, “I don’t really want to testify.”

The dramatic and previously untold scene is recounted in “Fear,” a forthcoming book by Bob Woodward that paints a harrowing portrait of the Trump presidency, based on in-depth interviews with administration officials and other principals.

Woodward writes that his book is drawn from hundreds of hours of interviews with firsthand participants and witnesses that were conducted on “deep background,” meaning the information could be used but he would not reveal who provided it. His account is also drawn from meeting notes, personal diaries and government documents.

Woodward depicts Trump’s anger and paranoia about the Russia inquiry as unrelenting, at times paralyzing the West Wing for entire days. Learning of the appointment of Mueller in May 2017, Trump groused, “Everybody’s trying to get me”— part of a venting period that shellshocked aides compared to Richard Nixon’s final days as president.

The 448-page book was obtained by The Washington Post. Woodward, an associate editor at The Post, sought an interview with Trump through several intermediaries to no avail. The president called Woodward in early August, after the manuscript had been completed, to say he wanted to participate. The president complained that it would be a “bad book,” according to an audio recording of the conversation. Woodward replied that his work would be “tough,” but factual and based on his reporting.

A central theme of the book is the stealthy machinations used by those in Trump’s inner sanctum to try to control his impulses and prevent disasters, both for the president personally and for the nation he was elected to lead.

Woodward describes “an administrative coup d’etat” and a “nervous breakdown” of the executive branch, with senior aides conspiring to pluck official papers from the president’s desk so he couldn’t see or sign them.

Again and again, Woodward recounts at length how Trump’s national security team was shaken by his lack of curiosity and knowledge about world affairs and his contempt for the mainstream perspectives of military and intelligence leaders.
At a National Security Council meeting on Jan. 19, Trump disregarded the significance of the massive U.S. military presence on the Korean Peninsula, including a special intelligence operation that allows the United States to detect a North Korean missile launch in seven seconds vs. 15 minutes from Alaska, according to Woodward. Trump questioned why the government was spending resources in the region at all.

“We’re doing this in order to prevent World War III,” Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told him.

After Trump left the meeting, Woodward recounts, “Mattis was particularly exasperated and alarmed, telling close associates that the president acted like — and had the understanding of — ‘a fifth- or sixth-grader.’ ”

In Woodward’s telling, many top advisers were repeatedly unnerved by Trump’s actions and expressed dim views of him. “Secretaries of defense don’t always get to choose the president they work for,” Mattis told friends at one point, prompting laughter as he explained Trump’s tendency to go off on tangents about subjects such as immigration and the news media.

Inside the White House, Woodward portrays an unsteady executive detached from the conventions of governing and prone to snapping at high-ranking staff members, whom he unsettled and belittled on a daily basis.

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Trump questioned why the government was spending resources in the region at all.

“We’re doing this in order to prevent World War III,” Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told him.

After Trump left the meeting, Woodward recounts, “Mattis was particularly exasperated and alarmed, telling close associates that the president acted like — and had the understanding of — ‘a fifth- or sixth-grader.’ ”

White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly frequently lost his temper and told colleagues that he thought the president was “unhinged,” Woodward writes. In one small group meeting, Kelly said of Trump: “He’s an idiot. It’s pointless to try to convince him of anything. He’s gone off the rails. We’re in Crazytown. I don’t even know why any of us are here. This is the worst job I’ve ever had.”

Reince Priebus, Kelly’s predecessor, fretted that he could do little to constrain Trump from sparking chaos. Woodward writes that Priebus dubbed the presidential bedroom, where Trump obsessively watched cable news and tweeted, “the devil’s workshop,” and said early mornings and Sunday evenings, when the president often set off tweetstorms, were “the witching hour.”

Trump apparently had little regard for Priebus. He once instructed then-staff secretary Rob Porter to ignore Priebus, even though Porter reported to the chief of staff, saying that Priebus was “‘like a little rat. He just scurries around.’”

Few in Trump’s orbit were protected from the president’s insults. He often mocked former national security adviser H.R. McMaster behind his back, puffing up his chest and exaggerating his breathing as he impersonated the retired Army general, and once said McMaster dresses in cheap suits, “like a beer salesman.”

Trump told Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, a wealthy investor eight years his senior: “I don’t trust you. I don’t want you doing any more negotiations. … You’re past your prime.”

A near-constant subject of withering presidential attacks was Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Trump told Porter that Sessions was a “traitor” for recusing himself from overseeing the Russia investigation, Woodward writes. Mocking Sessions’s accent, Trump added, “This guy is mentally retarded. He’s this dumb Southerner. … He couldn’t even be a one-person country lawyer down in Alabama.”

At a dinner with Mattis and Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr., the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, among others, Trump lashed out at a vocal critic, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.). He falsely suggested that the former Navy pilot had been a coward for taking early release from a prisoner-of-war camp in Vietnam because of his father’s military rank and leaving others behind.

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Mattis swiftly corrected his boss: “No, Mr. President, I think you’ve got it reversed.” The defense secretary explained that McCain, who died Aug. 25, had in fact turned down early release and was brutally tortured during his five years at the Hanoi Hilton.

“Oh, okay,” Trump replied, according to Woodward’s account.

With Trump’s rage and defiance impossible to contain, Cabinet members and other senior officials learned to act discreetly. Woodward describes an alliance among Trump’s traditionalists — including Mattis and Gary Cohn, the president’s former top economic adviser — to stymie what they considered dangerous acts.

“It felt like we were walking along the edge of the cliff perpetually,” Porter is quoted as saying. “Other times, we would fall over the edge, and an action would be taken.”

After Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad launched a chemical attack on civilians in April 2017, Trump called Mattis and said he wanted to assassinate the dictator. “Let’s fucking kill him! Let’s go in. Let’s kill the fucking lot of them,” Trump said, according to Woodward.

Mattis told the president that he would get right on it. But after hanging up the phone, he told a senior aide: “We’re not going to do any of that. We’re going to be much more measured.” The national security team developed options for the more conventional airstrike that Trump ultimately ordered.

Cohn, a Wall Street veteran, tried to tamp down Trump’s strident nationalism regarding trade. According to Woodward, Cohn “stole a letter off Trump’s desk” that the president was intending to sign to formally withdraw the United States from a trade agreement with South Korea. Cohn later told an associate that he removed the letter to protect national security and that Trump did not notice that it was missing.

Cohn made a similar play to prevent Trump from pulling the United States out of the North American Free Trade Agreement, something the president has long threatened to do. In spring 2017, Trump was eager to withdraw from NAFTA and told Porter: “Why aren’t we getting this done? Do your job. It’s tap, tap, tap. You’re just tapping me along. I want to do this.”

Under orders from the president, Porter drafted a notification letter withdrawing from NAFTA. But he and other advisers worried that it could trigger an economic and foreign relations crisis. So Porter consulted Cohn, who told him, according to Woodward: “I can stop this. I’ll just take the paper off his desk.”

Despite repeated threats by Trump, the United States has remained in both pacts. The administration continues to negotiate new terms with South Korea as well as with its NAFTA partners, Canada and Mexico.

Cohn came to regard the president as “a professional liar” and threatened to resign in August 2017 over Trump’s handling of a deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville. Cohn, who is Jewish, was especially shaken when one of his daughters found a swastika on her college dorm room.

Trump was sharply criticized for initially saying that “both sides” were to blame. At the urging of advisers, he then condemned white supremacists and neo-Nazis, but almost immediately told aides, “That was the biggest fucking mistake I’ve made” and the “worst speech I’ve ever given,” according to Woodward’s account.

When Cohn met with Trump to deliver his resignation letter after Charlottesville, the president told him, “This is treason,” and persuaded his economic adviser to stay on. Kelly then confided to Cohn that he shared Cohn’s horror at Trump’s handling of the tragedy — and shared Cohn’s fury with Trump.

“I would have taken that resignation letter and shoved it up his ass six different times,” Kelly told Cohn, according to Woodward. Kelly himself has threatened to quit several times, but has not done so.

Woodward illustrates how the dread in Trump’s orbit became all-encompassing over the course of Trump’s first year in office, leaving some staff members and Cabinet members confounded by the president’s lack of understanding about how government functions and his inability and unwillingness to learn.

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At one point, Porter, who departed in February amid domestic abuse allegations, is quoted as saying, “This was no longer a presidency. This is no longer a White House. This is a man being who he is.”

Such moments of panic are a routine feature, but not the thrust of Woodward’s book, which mostly focuses on substantive decisions and internal disagreements, including tensions with North Korea as well as the future of U.S. policy in Afghanistan.

Woodward recounts repeated episodes of anxiety inside the government over Trump’s handling of the North Korean nuclear threat. One month into his presidency, Trump asked Dunford for a plan for a preemptive military strike on North Korea, which rattled the combat veteran.

In the fall of 2017, as Trump intensified a war of words with Kim Jong Un, nicknaming North Korea’s dictator “Little Rocket Man” in a speech at the United Nations, aides worried the president might be provoking Kim. But, Woodward writes, Trump told Porter that he saw the situation as a contest of wills: “This is all about leader versus leader. Man versus man. Me versus Kim.”

The book also details Trump’s impatience with the war in Afghanistan, which had become America’s longest conflict. At a July 2017 National Security Council meeting, Trump dressed down his generals and other advisers for 25 minutes, complaining that the United States was losing, according to Woodward.

“The soldiers on the ground could run things much better than you,” Trump told them. “They could do a much better job. I don’t know what the hell we’re doing.” He went on to ask, “How many more deaths? How many more lost limbs? How much longer are we going to be there?”

The president’s family members, while sometimes touted as his key advisers by other Trump chroniclers, are minor players in Woodward’s account, popping up occasionally in the West Wing and vexing adversaries.

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Woodward recounts an expletive-laden altercation between Ivanka Trump, the president’s eldest daughter and senior adviser, and Stephen K. Bannon, the former chief White House strategist.

“You’re a goddamn staffer!” Bannon screamed at her, telling her that she had to work through Priebus like other aides. “You walk around this place and act like you’re in charge, and you’re not. You’re on staff!”

Ivanka Trump, who had special access to the president and worked around Priebus, replied: “I’m not a staffer! I’ll never be a staffer. I’m the first daughter.”

Such tensions boiled among many of Trump’s core advisers. Priebus is quoted as describing Trump officials not as rivals but as “natural predators.”

“When you put a snake and a rat and a falcon and a rabbit and a shark and a seal in a zoo without walls, things start getting nasty and bloody,” Priebus says.

Hovering over the White House was Mueller’s inquiry, which deeply embarrassed the president. Woodward describes Trump calling his Egyptian counterpart to secure the release of an imprisoned charity worker and President Abdel Fatah al-Sissi saying: “Donald, I’m worried about this investigation. Are you going to be around?”

Trump relayed the conversation to Dowd and said it was “like a kick in the nuts,” according to Woodward.

The book vividly recounts the ongoing debate between Trump and his lawyers about whether the president would sit for an interview with Mueller. On March 5, Dowd and Trump attorney Jay Sekulow met in Mueller’s office with the special counsel and his deputy, James Quarles, where Dowd and Sekulow reenacted Trump’s January practice session.

Dowd then explained to Mueller and Quarles why he was trying to keep the president from testifying: “I’m not going to sit there and let him look like an idiot. And you publish that transcript, because everything leaks in Washington, and the guys overseas are going to say, ‘I told you he was an idiot. I told you he was a goddamn dumbbell. What are we dealing with this idiot for?’ ”

“John, I understand,” Mueller replied, according to Woodward.

Later that month, Dowd told Trump: “Don’t testify. It’s either that or an orange jumpsuit.”

But Trump, concerned about the optics of a president refusing to testify and convinced that he could handle Mueller’s questions, had by then decided otherwise.

“I’ll be a real good witness,” Trump told Dowd, according to Woodward.

“You are not a good witness,” Dowd replied. “Mr. President, I’m afraid I just can’t help you.”

The next morning, Dowd resigned.

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lol !!!

Now, I'm ordering you to throw together one of your ridiculous articles, and I'm telling you to try to paint this in a positive light, trying to make Trump look smart.

Jimmy, I'm ordering you to try and paint Bob Woodward out as an inexperienced amateur

Jimmy, here's what I'm ordering you to write about this new book:

FOR THE RECORD…. the title of the book is “FEAR- Trump in the White House.”

Forget that Trump moved North Korea back five spaces on nuclear confrontation, or that he called out Iran for its malevolent shadow funding behind four terror fronts targeting Israel and our Middle East allies. Or that he has achieved the lowest unemployment with the highest growth in 14 years, or that he moved our embassy to Jerusalem and inspired 15 other countries to follow suit.

…….write it just like that, VERBATIM…..

or I'll see to it that next year's bonus is only 3 gallons

>That's what I want a link to, not it happening, that's not proof of who did it. I get it now, it was a (((white))) person but it doesn't fit your narrative.

You could have googled it very easily yourself.

Its extra funny because it happened in a place called coon rapids.

Don't you dare try adding any of your 'own words' into what I just told you to type