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Originally posted by Sys_Config
Dang Freelance, That's good for a whole site.
eleven and Numbers OTF alone was like 25 percent hahaha, and if you count us here, gee wiz, its a real global debate hhaha and we're just one Thread. 50 % percent not posting must mean, like..hmm no comment. I Don't blame them.
Thankfully hoaxes are broken not by the number and volume of posts but by the substantive quality in answers adrdessing questions, and generating quality questionss as well. giving to the saying that one truth can shatter a thousand lies.
On an aside, I was looking for a frequency counter I llost for web term tracking. It was a site that tells you when a certain word appeared, and graphed the frequency over he years. lDo you know which analytics site that is?, there may be several.
I wanted to run everybodys nick and see what happens. hahaha jk. But I would like to find that site again.
[edit on 28-2-2009 by Sys_Config]
Originally posted by klatunictobarata
reply to post by freelance_zenarchist
Boy, you would think that there would be one HECK of a lot more participation and interest on that DRT site...ya think?
With all of the drone exposure on internet/cloud chatter-chat sites, C2C/Noory, EarthFiles/LMH, Whitley S. Country, UFO Hunters, TV news coverage, network television via SCC/Terminator, and newspaper and magazine coverage, only THAT FEW NUMBER of believers??
Anyway, I wish the powers that be would release all of the hi-res photos now - that would at least regenerate the discussion...
By Spring Break perhaps?
Originally posted by Siddharta
Seems, I am not able to add something today. Here is some researcher on Jenna Liusang:
[edit on 2-3-2009 by Siddharta]
G'Gugvuntts and Vl'hurgs
Two species which existed in the distant past, a very great distance from the milky way galaxy. The G'Gugvuntt were enemies of the Vl'hurgs; at a conference between the leaders of the two sides the G'Gugvuntt leader insulted the Vl'hurg leader's mother. At the precise moment that the Vl'hurg leader challenged the G'Gugvuntt to retract the insult a chance remark uttered by Arthur Dent was carried across time and space to the table by a freak wormhole. The phrase ("I seem to be having tremendous difficulty with my lifestyle") is a horrendous insult in the Vl'hurg language, and terrible wars ensued. (In the film, the phrase is stated as: "Yes, I wouldn't want to go anywhere without my wonderful towel." In the computer game, any remark that the text parser does not understand has a chance of triggering a story arc involving the player's poorly chosen words travelling to the negotiation table and becoming the aforementioned insult.)
After millennia of battle the surviving G'Gugvuntt and Vl'hurg realised what had actually happened, and joined forces to attack the Milky Way in retaliation. They crossed vast reaches of space in a journey lasting thousands of years before reaching their target where they attacked the first planet they encountered, Earth. Due to a terrible miscalculation of scale the entire battle fleet was swallowed by a small dog.
Originally posted by Siddharta
Thanx for the nice words, Zen!
This could be the Happy End, and very funny, too, with doubles' and sys' posts.
If only doubles had a military base around him. Everybody should have one.
Okay I don't have one either, but the house was built on the terrain of a former base, so I can go out and dig for alien artefacts whenever I want.
Originally posted by solarwind
You want to get a feel for the richness of this potential hoax? Examine the symbols in the "Linguistics Analysis Primer" at fullsize. They are absolutely beautiful and captivating in the denseness of the detail. Whoever created these designs had a certain creative genius and waaayyyy to much time on their hands. I've never seen anything quite like them and to create them solely for purposes of an obscure internet hoax is, well, stunning.