Sunday, July 17, 2016

33 666 | Don Coppola, Police shooting spokesperson, Baton Rouge, LA, July 17, 2016


OFFICER = 6+6+6+9+3+5+9 = 44


Don = 4+15+14 = 33 (Police = 33) (7/17/2016 = 33)

15 comments:

  1. Your buddy rfg just posted another video on YouTube.. trying to throw you under the bus. I didn't take the time to listen to it all.. but I prefer your work zach.. you have stuff to back it all up. All the time. Rfg just rambles on over and over. To bad he don't wake up and try to work with you, not against you

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    1. That guy is just an asshat.

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    2. I know. It's such a shame he and zach don't work together. Just cuz rfg is so immature about everything.

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    3. I know. It's such a shame he and zach don't work together. Just cuz rfg is so immature about everything.

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  4. 183 days before the Bicentennial of the city's incorporation.

    5 months 30 days, or 26 weeks 1 day

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    1. Two hundred years=200

      Just thought that was cool

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    2. It is cool! I'm sure they've coded any number of things. They seem to be trying to get up to a fevered pitch.

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  5. "Gavin Long" = 47 Pythagorean, 101 Pythagorean Absolute (Unreduced) just like "Philadelphia" & "Louisiana" & "Hope and Change" & "Obama is a liar" & "Division". "Division" also equals 911 in Jewish Gematria. His birthday was 29 years ago on 7-17-1987. 7+17+87=111 like Don Coppola the Police shooting spokesperson.

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  6. Lol DON Coppola, huh? Reminds me of The Godfather, about the DON of the Jewish/Italian Mafia, directed by Francis Ford COPPOLA.

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    1. Ha!
      The Godfather = 117
      The Godfather = 63

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    2. Wow it never stops...
      Coppola has 74 producer credits, 33 director credits, and 28 writer credits (Thirty-three, twenty-eight = 156

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  7. Exactly what I was thinking as well. Got to love how COP is the first three letters as he is the spokesman for them.

    Coppola sounds like Crappola!

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    1. Ola is the word in Italian and some Spanish speaking countries for The Wave. You know, that thing you do at live sporting events when people stand up amd sit down in order making The Wave around the stadium.

      And what do you do when a cop points a gun at you? The Wave! Only, keep your hands up.

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