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PJ's post from Texas_Longhorn thread
It almost seems like so many people on ATS have told stories of their own personal UFO encounters before and have been ripped to shreds over it. People have probably called them crazy and delusional and told them that their story was a hoax or a fabrication. Perhaps they have been "programmed" by other skeptics calling their bluff, and now they do the same thing to others as a first line of defense. If their own story wasn't believed at one point in time, why should they believe anyone elses or even give them a shot to explain? I think this takes place subconsciously without the person even being aware of the way they are acting. I'm not so sure now that ATS would be the first place I would want to post my story if I were to ever have a UFO encounter, even though I love the service this forum offers to its users. Just my 2 cents.
Originally posted by Dave Rabbit
The idiots and fools will always end up biting the cheese.
Originally posted by Springer
When someone comes to ATS with an experience or a "story" to tell they WILL RECEIVE THE COURTESY AND THE ABILITY TO SHARE THEIR EXPERIENCE WITHOUT BEING ACCUSED OF HOAXING, CALLED A LIAR, RUDELY INTERROGATED, BADGERED OR ILL TREATED IN ANY WAY.
Originally posted by Reality Hurts
So many of us get so tired of all of the "im fred n im a angel from venus here 2 give u nowlege about iluminati" posts. Want a better response? Police your board better! Takes too much time? Hire more mods! This behavior that you disaprove of is a creature of your own creation.
Originally posted by Stormdancer777
Just my two cents, I told my UFO story several times and no one questioned it.
Maybe it was the pictures?
Originally posted by intrepid
Interesting concept. However we are not babysitters. It's the responsibillity of the members to post with decorum. That's what everyone agreed to when registering. THAT is the bottom line.