Fascinating Archeological Discovery!

Reblogger Mark Duncan
Real Estate Agent

This amazing discovery proves what we all had suspected. 

Now we finally understand how the Washington State Legislature could pass a law as horribly written as the distressed property law that went into affect earlier this year.

Original content by Debi Boucher


                              Astounding Discovery Made - All Suspicions Confirmed!

Scientists have long attempted to prove their theories in this regard, but to this point, have met with little success. Recently, an astounding discovery has put the scientific community in an uproar, removing any doubt that the theories put forth are based in fact. While it has taken eons to validate, the American public has never held with the naysayers, and will be unsurprised to learn that their suspicions have been confirmed.



                                                            Archaeologists find the bones of the first politician:


                                  Bones of the first politician


The bones were found in a large cave unearthed below Wall St. while excavation was taking place for the new, government owned, Banking and Financial Institution of America. The cave was said to have held prototypes for "money-printing" devices thought to be the forebearers of those in use today.


Photograph courtesy of Political Scientists of America, ( or my email inbox, whichever you choose to believe).

Commentary by Debi Boucher, REALTOR and Political Scientists of America reporter.


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Debi Boucher - Prudential Professional REALTORS, ASP REALTOR, Woodland Park Real Estate, Woodland Park Colorado 80863 – Serving the City of Woodland Park, Teller County, Ute Pass, and Park County since 1997.


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Gayle Balaban
The Best Spot Realty/Waterfront Real Estate/Ooltewah Real E - Chattanooga, TN
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Hi Mark  Your bolg looks great!!!  don't forget to post your relevant ones to Localism.  It has worked great for me.  On another note; I lived in Seattle briefly in 1969 and my brother lived in Protland until he died last year.  Good luck!

Oct 27, 2008 04:43 AM #1
Mark Duncan
Olympia, WA

Thanks for stopping by Gayle.  And thanks for the tip.

Oct 28, 2008 07:31 AM #2
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