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Originally posted by ignorant_ape
IMHO the people who continued to engage him are so ` open minded ` that their brains have slipped out
Originally posted by reconpilot
Originally posted by Omega85
reply to post by atlasastro
Thanks man, legend
Oh and FYI, that aint My Source Its just A source
Ill check that out for sure .
Originally posted by Chadwickus
This town is an Aboriginal community, Why would they have mobile phones if there is no reception? These people live on the barest of essentials.
If you ask me, they were probably all drunk and started to see things.
Originally posted by mystiq
Of course, one of the reasons native communities don't often resort to pictures and such is because they really don't feel they have to prove things to the rest of us, and they're not as materialistic as we are.
One of the things about ets in general is they live in a moneyless resource society and the native cultures did as well, and there have been many links between natives and ets all over the world.
We've had quite a few sitings this year out back, in the valley behind our townhouses. We're right on the edge of town with the reservation to the right of us, adjoining the townhouses. And my sons friend pointed out to him that they had seen on many occasions crafts above their yard, on the reservation. It just so happens that I feel a compelling interest in moneyless resource societies and grass roots cooperation as if a mission, much like Jim Spark's speaks of preserving the rain forest.