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Freemasonry org. 1. A vast number of self-inflated and pseudo-veiled autotelic human organizations of dwindling membership formed in medieval times; principally granted value via conspiracy theories bolstered by peculiar opposition from various other autotelic human organizations (e.g., the Church and communist governments).

Non Canonical Text

Like the last wriggles of deflating balloon,
Or the twitches of worms cut in two;
Once puffed with vapor --
Now wheezing on fumes

-- Miller, Arthur. Noted in margins of early draft of "Death of a Salesman." Circa 1948.

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Name your favorite Franklin. He was a Freemason. Name your second favorite Franklin. Yep, he was a Freemason, too.

A.W. Slippers and Senator Locust B. Burley were Freemasons.