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Quayle Commentaries

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Author Steve Quayle (stevequayle.com(1)), the guest for the first half of Friday's program, offered commentary on a variety of subjects. He said he does not believe the recent report(2) that elk in Wyoming died from eating lichen. Quayle said that sources told him that a person involved in counting the elk became sick with symptoms consistent with exposure to "organophosphates" such as a nerve agent.
Aside from terrorism, the biggest threat we face is from famine and extreme weather said Quayle, who described drought and dust bowl-like conditions in parts of the United States. He also analyzed the ancient Egyptian Glyph, which resembles a helicopter, relating it to tales from ancient India of "vimana" or flying machines.

1. http://www.stevequayle.com
2. http://msnbc.msn.com/id/4579276/

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