RAND = check, Siam

Straighten out this, with then also the new Rama of old Siam!

flint is a glass; check Les Jardins d’Etretat, and this loose piece, /jamesdavisnicoll.com/review/why-arent-we-all-atomic-ash

I hate to “smoosh” things together but this came up and the person on the left looks like that General Stubblebine, his ears at least. This is all about the “Rand” business, this being the big company by that name and in the Randstad area of north of Amsterdam:

Afbeelding2-daleboudt-goldschmeding.jpg, Founders Ger Daleboudt and Frits Goldschmeding (r, b. 1/1/1933, lives in Laren, Bloomberg’s Billionaires; shown now, 8 years after founding their staffing company from their dorm (room) in 1960. This seems to be submitted on 10 June 2010, Sorce equals Rndstad holding nv, book about its history, uploaded here with permission it says from Wiki, Authored by Randstad holding nv, and that it has an extracted image, of just Goldschmeding I think. Creative Commons unported 3.0 license.

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Headquartered in Diemen, Netherlands

2010, Randstad Mensenwerk, Working On a Dream, 50th anniversary internal publication by Fred Emmer, professor emeritus at Leiden Univ.

Daleboudt= ck relationshipsciencecom, 5 pa plaza, 15th floor ny ny 10001= their pricing address i think.

ck Carl Friedrich Hofmann

/www . randstad . com/download-folder/book-fg-the-best-job-in-the-world . pdf — check Dr. T P (Tjaling Pieter) van den Kooy = 1902-92, and that was difficult to find.

rbt jan van de kraats, cfo

1967 they got that logo

1972 Daleboudt left randstad

1985 knight in the Order of Orange Nassau

check the About file = golds chmeding foundation org, photo of the top half of Dalboudt’s head. Daleboudt likely had “come from/been sired by” an economist I can get very little information on and there’s only that one photo in Randstad company’s “dream” book, of Tjaling Pieter van den Kooy, 1902-92. I’m not sure if the photo might be impermissable because this guy Gold schme ding looks like both Frank Olson’s “son” and the sitting u.s. president, as well as somehow maybe the jimmie Carter previous sitting executive. There’s one photo where Gold s chmeding looks to be holding “a piece” like symbolizes an ovae probably, and then the concept maybe that if you let him suck you he’ll put the output onto that “piece” for you, and thence the stock market is going. I’m going to have to move this file from Etretat to somewhere but I’ve still got several others, the king of Siam and his father, I’d left off just before seeing this filing error on Saturday with trying to get a re-look at photos that come up when you look for images of Bhumibol, Rama IX of old Siam, recently deceased, but, when — he was born around 1925 time maybe, about. That he and TP van den Kooy have the similar ears, which I’m thinking might have come from how that headgear had been worn in “ancient” Egypt. Then there’s that business with the bicycle trip of the two Olson brothers and the photo of this rand founders duo, but it looks like — what happened when Daleboudt retired? Then maybe Uri Geller has got those sticking-out square type of ears also.

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Nov. 2012 Obama’d gone to Thailand and spent time with Bhumibol. = Now I’m noticing Obama’s ears. Bhumibol Adulyadej, Dec. 1927 – Oct. 2016

 

English: Mom Sangwal Mahidol na Ayudhya with her children, Princess Galyani Vadhana, Prince Ananda Mahidol, and Prince Bhumibol Adulyadej
ไทย: หม่อมสังวาลย์ มหิดล ณ อยุธยา พร้อมด้วย พระวรวงศ์เธอ พระองค์เจ้ากัลยาณิวัฒนา, พระวรวงศ์เธอ พระองค์เจ้าอานันทมหิดล และพระวรวงศ์เธอ พระองค์เจ้าภูมิพลอดุลยเดช
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/commons . wikimedia . org/wiki/File: The_portrait_of_king_Vajiralongkorn . jpg = a 4.0 Creative Commons international license for this good official portrait. The reason I’m so interested (now) is that he looks like one of my fraud-cousins, the brother to the “fraud-cousine” that’s like a death-person to me, that this invisible-torture uses as a “ritual” of some sort that just the sight or appearance behind my back even maybe of her deflates, knocks the wind out of, whatever I’m doing. The 2 were like John Travolta and Olivia Newton John back around that time, like dancing partnership they might have been, and then she’d married a guy that looked like the me-kill-angelo, and I think then the type of that that loses the hair, that that’s a common trait, and he’d, slightly older than she and born maybe 1951, I’m not sure but they say he’d committed suicide around 1986, but when I got onto computer just before the car-hit in 2015 I’d tried to reach his widow and it was scary, that it’s possible she was identity-replaced and there’s a guy, a next-generation child born to him age, that looks just like him, living there now, whereas my teeny recollection of having met the child, with an incomplete right I think it was arm, no hand, born that way, my dimmest of recollections of one meeting was that the kid had had brown hair, didn’t look anything like the adult, but maybe he’d even then had a second son, which I doubt but couldn’t know because they were a fraud-family and most of all this has been kept from me, but he and this new kind of old siam look alot alot alike and down the table from me is one of the fraud-parent types, and I was tortured all night, it’s all been very hellish recently.

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