How and Why I Started Brewing My Very Own Colloidal Silver

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A Alexander Stella, Oct 28, 2009 - Business & Economics - 50 pages
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COLLOIDAL SILVER for less than $1 (one dollar) a quart. YOU READ IT RIGHT! It is possible, when people "brew" their own colloidal silver. The facilitating mini-manual, HOW AND WHY I STARTED BREWING MY COLLOIDAL SILVER, accommodates technically challenged people. Some so much so, they may suppose this about the legendary "phillips" screwdriver. It's a vodka drink that commemorates an inebriate named Phillip. Incidentally, this mini-manual is meant to be just as informative for "techno-savvy" people, who are the opposite way. They know polarity has nothing to do with those huge white-fur-bearing bears. The mini-manual comprises two major divisions. The first is for technically challenged people with a host of graphics and CONCISE directions that are easily understandable. Here's the kicker. The apparatus described herein is much superior to those costing as much as .. get this .. $400. What's more, it can be assembled for less than $75. As for techno-savvy people, their section has all the info for a great project.

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CRYSTAL STAR, a one-act play, was published by the author as Albert A M Stella ... later, the novel A YOUNGER EARTH as Alex Stella. Gotta mention WAR DODGER. For people with an interest in biography, this last, a novella, describes the escapades of a good-natured misfit, as he fails to earn a master's in the history of science. Incidentally, tinnitus makes for a lousy souvenir. The action takes place during the anti-war protests that transpired during the first Nixon administration. It combines a whiff of tear gas, true love, and drug-fueled heart-breaking loss. Incidentally, the author marched with the Veterans' Caucus of Oregon State University to protest the president's visit to Portland. In the news photos, he's the guy trying to shield his mug. Yeah, there were about nine of us there, leading a parade of a thousand or souls. In the charter granted us by the university, our goal was to be the last generation of veterans. Talk about naive inanity! Somewhere in the Brautigan Library, much of the author's output can be found. Incidentally, a high school classmate in the travel book ARCANE AMERICA reports discovering same. By now, if anybody's interested, that library has been acquired by the Clark County Historical Museum in the Washington state city of Vancouver. Wood'jah (?) buh-leave! The guy takes pride in his formulating The CORLEONE MANIFESTO with its five items: 01. We are stuck on this planet. 02. We are stuck with this earth's limited resources. 03. We are stuck with each other. 04. What's above our heads and what's underneath our feet are small matters, when compared with what's within us. 05. Principle inspires, practicality requires. ____ cribbed from Gothe ... gratis .. he who is known as sefton ... another way of saying "man proposes, God disposes" ... Another play, C IS FOR CAUCASIAN, was sent to the headquarters of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers. By the way, that self-published novel saved the author's sanity. Here's a tip: try "googling" these key words: pennsyltucky confederate tee. There's more. The author put together the prolegomena for the public's philosophy of the future. The HEXASOPHE is meant to be served as food for thought during a university seminar. Usually, it's with humility the guy comports himself and his websites:,

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