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xx Re: The Art and Aesthetics of Les Drones
« Reply #210 on: Apr 22nd, 2010, 6:24pm »

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For instance a completely different photo of the Birmingham/Georgia Drone (no pole) was sent to another UFO/talk site before LMH. Now until now no one new this nor do they know the response it provoked. As I hear you say: "who cares", I have to laugh at the unknown complexity of this whole affair.


The significance of this should be understandable even to your mate OTF. A little more, it was quite close to a car and could be compared in size. Even if a fake, it contained information of a kind.

Have you considered this is the bleating of a wounded ego seeking solace in pretending to know that that is not known, you should. We should all, from my experience, be afraid.



















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xx Re: The Art and Aesthetics of Les Drones
« Reply #211 on: Apr 22nd, 2010, 9:44pm »

on Apr 21st, 2010, 10:21pm, Icarus99 wrote:
I forgot to add that on some show on alien stuff last night it was said that an Egyptian account stated: The others gave the builder a special piece of paper and then special characters were written on it. It was placed on the stone and the stone moved. A form of programing for movement and weight reduction! Who the hell cares. LOLROFFAB grin grin grin grin grin grin grin
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Good one.
That same show also talked about a nuclear powered bread maker.
They even had diagrams showing where the nuclear reactor went and where to put the dough.

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It was hard to watch the whole thing but I had fun yelling at my TV.
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let 'em call ya anything but late for a meal time.
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« Reply #212 on: Apr 22nd, 2010, 9:54pm »

on Apr 22nd, 2010, 5:56pm, Icarus99 wrote:
You have no belief in any answers I might have, so consider, as far as I am concerned, the lid to the box slammed shut. The merry-go-rounds would be only the windmills of your mind.

When magician did I say the design is mine? Also you misunderstand, I will not leave this site until banned. You just fail to understand my meaning. As to what kind of designer I am, that was long ago decided here and elsewhere. What matter does it make?

[quote]Before you go (although we all know you'll be back) how about a self assessment on your manipulation sessions here? What grade do you give yourself? Then others here can give you theirs[/quote

I have already been judged and have accepted it because I know something about all this that you do not know. For instance a completely different photo of the Birmingham/Georgia Drone (no pole) was sent to another UFO/talk site before LMH. Now until now no one new this nor do they know the response it provoked. As I hear you say: "who cares", I have to laugh at the unknown complexity of this whole affair.

Respect is not a reward for my type of manipulation, the keeping of a secret is.

Thank you for the information. It is very useful.
Who cares?? You are wrong, we do, of course.
You need to work on keeping your secrets better hidden.
I do scratch my head however. If you have such a big secret to keep why do you talk about it so much? rolleyes
No one is looking for respect here.
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« Reply #213 on: Apr 23rd, 2010, 1:42pm »

on Apr 22nd, 2010, 6:24pm, Icarus99 wrote:
The significance of this should be understandable even to your mate OTF.


Maybe the significance could be understandable to us all, if you show us the picture, you are refering to.
Although, I am sure, it's another hoax-picture...
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« Reply #214 on: Apr 23rd, 2010, 5:52pm »

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It was hard to watch the whole thing but I had fun yelling at my TV.


I can fully believe this.

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If you have such a big secret to keep why do you talk about it so much?


When did I say it was a secret! I just know something about this you do not.

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If someone cares to give me almost any non-special piece of paper I can make it fly without ANY special characters written on it!


You missed the entire point.

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Maybe the significance could be understandable to us all, if you show us the picture, you are referring to.
Although, I am sure, it's another hoax-picture.


Since I know this and would expect nothing less from you, I enjoy withholding this additional info, true or false.

Kiddies take your meds and night, night.
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« Reply #215 on: Apr 23rd, 2010, 6:02pm »

Nighty night, my dear reptile!
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« Reply #216 on: Apr 23rd, 2010, 7:19pm »

on Apr 22nd, 2010, 5:56pm, Icarus99 wrote:
You have no belief in any answers I might have, so consider, as far as I am concerned, the lid to the box slammed shut.

Perhaps if you try thinking outside of it every now and then? kiss

on Apr 22nd, 2010, 5:56pm, Icarus99 wrote:
The merry-go-rounds would be only the windmills of your mind.

I don’t know what’s worse, you quoting Donna Summer or me recognising the fact!!

But speaking of windmills do you never tire of tilting at them? (Quixotic).

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Slow falling to the prompter's bell

A moment yet the actor stops

And looks around to say farewell.

It is an irksome word and task:

And when he's laughed and said his say,

He shows, as he removes the mask,

A face that's anything but gay.”


(William Makepeace Thackeray)

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« Reply #217 on: Apr 23rd, 2010, 7:36pm »

on Apr 23rd, 2010, 5:52pm, Icarus99 wrote:
Kiddies take your meds and night, night.

OK, but I'd really like a night night snack. cry
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« Reply #218 on: Apr 23rd, 2010, 8:21pm »

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Nighty night, my dear reptile!


Don't you truly think that to know one (reptile) you must some how be one or at least have a close experience of one. Maybe, in your case, it is just a close empathy toward an ego in its death throws over a hoax. Someone trying so hard to be an accepted artist capable of art that conveys the reality of things and being in the full realization that this is not the case.

To know the reptilian personality as applied to a human, you do consider me a human, one has to think of the many things this would imply. A complex judgment needs first to be made and this could mean that one looks reptilian or acts reptilian or both. This reptilian personality must derive from observation of the actual species or consideration of human myth. You alone could convey this meaning in regard to me. It would be less than a kindness to do so, but the pleasures I have seen generated here are of a nature that from old can sustain a type.

Now in considering the animal called a reptile, it eats things sometimes referred to as vermin, thus doing a service. Since I have never intended to preform a service in this saga, I must be more of the mythical reptile. This type must, by its nature, wait until the purpose is close to act.

I think the frustrated incompetent artist trying to attach to the drone saga and becoming caught up in the drama is the best scenario in relating to me and you who post here should think the same. It is your best game and gives me freedom as long as I remain within the rules.

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« Reply #219 on: Apr 23rd, 2010, 8:28pm »

on Apr 22nd, 2010, 6:24pm, Icarus99 wrote:
We should all, from my experience, be afraid.

Afraid of what? undecided
I've enough daily issues to be concerned with. I'm more afraid of getting hit by a car, getting mugged at the mall, losing my cash to an identity thief or law suit, being audited by the IRS or dropping dead due to a brain aneurysm. What the heck else should I be paranoid about 24/7?
What are you so afraid of and why? A past childhood experience perhaps.
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« Reply #220 on: Apr 23rd, 2010, 8:36pm »

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I think the frustrated incompetent artist trying to attach to the drone saga and becoming caught up in the drama is the best scenario in relating to me and you who post here should think the same. It is your best game and gives me freedom as long as I remain within the rules.

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« Reply #221 on: Apr 23rd, 2010, 8:49pm »

on Apr 23rd, 2010, 8:28pm, Katterfelto wrote:
Afraid of what?

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« Reply #222 on: Apr 23rd, 2010, 9:42pm »

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I think the frustrated incompetent artist trying to attach to the drone saga and becoming caught up in the drama is the best scenario in relating to me and you who post here should think the same. It is your best game and gives me freedom as long as I remain within the rules


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« Reply #223 on: Apr 24th, 2010, 03:47am »

Ok.. look, it's time I stepped in here. rolleyes First of all, I've had quite a few reptiles as pets and I've known cats as tempermental as pit vipers... now what kind of reptile, that is the question. cool

But back to the basic issue of the case.. The poor researchers! In the death throws of everything ...
and the egos! The egos one has to gingerly step around or cater to! Surrounded by all dark forces no less! Hidden sock puppets, wounded artists impersonating other wounded artists !

Have you ever considered the long sleepless nights, searching the internet of the researchers? Years of investigation only to be put into a blind alley of endless tunnels called the Wayback machine?

Where is the compassion for the researchers here? At least we do not pretend to know something! (oops rolleyes) wink

And regarding the Windmills... only the Thomas Crown Affair applies here, who the hell is Donna Summer grin




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« Reply #224 on: Apr 24th, 2010, 11:59am »

Well, those reptiloids are not as bad as their reputation. I never made a big story out of this, but during my field researches I was allowed to film a beautiful reptiloid mother with her little baby egg, singing a German traditional:



Heartmelting, isn't it?
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