Act of Redundancy

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An act of redundancy, or an act, deed, action, or undertaking which has been called, deemed, labelled, or termed redundant, more than is necessary, repetitive, or redundant is an act which is repetitive, more than is necessary or needed, or redundant and has been classified, characterized, or identified as such.

edit Past History of Redundant Acts of Redundancy

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Lord Alvin Redund, shown, pictured, and depicted here in this location.

The first redundant act, of course, was committed, executed, carried out, and undertaken in the year 1734, also called Seventeen Thirty-Four, or The Year of Our Lord Seventeen Hundred and Thirty-Four, or the year 5494 in the Jewish calendar, by Lord Alvin Redund, also called Alvin Lord Redund, Lord Redund, Lord Alvin, Alvin Redund, or simply Alvin, who invented all redundant acts of redundancy, which were entirely, completely, and totally of his own devisement. He then named them after himself, because he had devised, imagined, made up, thought up, and envisioned them.

edit Past History of Redundant Acts of Redundancy

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Lord Alvin Redund, shown, pictured, and depicted here in this location.

The first redundant act, of course, was committed, executed, carried out, and undertaken in the year 1734, also called Seventeen Thirty-Four, or The Year of Our Lord Seventeen Hundred and Thirty-Four, or the year 5494 in the Jewish calendar, by Lord Alvin Redund, also called Alvin Lord Redund, Lord Redund, Lord Alvin, Alvin Redund, or simply Alvin, who invented all redundant acts of redundancy, which were entirely, completely, and totally of his own devisement. He then named them after himself, because he had devised, imagined, made up, thought up, and envisioned them.

edit Past History of Redundant Acts of Redundancy

RedundRedund

Lord Alvin Redund, shown, pictured, and depicted here in this location.

The first redundant act, of course, was committed, executed, carried out, and undertaken in the year 1734, also called Seventeen Thirty-Four, or The Year of Our Lord Seventeen Hundred and Thirty-Four, or the year 5494 in the Jewish calendar, by Lord Alvin Redund, also called Alvin Lord Redund, Lord Redund, Lord Alvin, Alvin Redund, or simply Alvin, who invented all redundant acts of redundancy, which were entirely, completely, and totally of his own devisement. He then named them after himself, because he had devised, imagined, made up, thought up, and envisioned them.

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Alvin Redund, Lord of House Redund, shown here once again and for a second time.

The first, initial, beginning act of redundancy was a correspondence missive letter epistle message note written, penned, scribed, and set forth on paper or papyrus by Lord Alvin. The contents of said missive letter correspondence are repeated, rewritten, and reproduced here.

edit Acts of Redundancy Now In the Present Day and Time

Today, acts of redundancy are committed daily, frequently, every day, and with great frequency. Strip clubs famously and notoriously advertise girls, girls, girls who are nude, nude, nude as well as being naked, female, without clothing, and of the non-male persuasion. Pornographic films, movies, and videos are now rated XXX, because a rating grade of a single, solitary, lone X is simply not sufficiently redundant enough.

Parents must repeat, echo, and restate their instructions, directions, and commands to their offspring children spawn, because the only way to communicate with a child is to be redundant. This is understood, comprehended, and grokked by a large number of experts, scientists, scientific experts, and expert scientists in the field of psychiatric child psychiatry.

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