posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 11:18 PM
I have one:
What is the average air velocity of an unladen swallow?
I absolutely agree with the OP on this one. I wonder what percentage of those that "claim" to be seers are actually 15 year old kids that read too
I guess it's a double-edged sword though. I knew from the age of 3 that I was indeed able to see things that others cannot. I did not talk about it
until I got to college, but of course this was after 15 years of reading on the topic of the paranormal and the metaphysical. Yes, I read those kinds
of things at the age of 3. I started reading at 2. *shrugs* But I digress. There are the fakes and then those of us who are the real deal.
It is unfortunate that people like me (the real deal) get shafted both in real life, and internet life. There are so many charlatans out there that
claim to be Xenu's best friend's, brother's, uncle's, sister's, husband's roommate from college, that the small amount of us who actually have a
gift are instantly dismissed as just another part of the crowd.
I am now very vocal about what I can, and cannot do, and quite frankly, I don't give a damn about what other people say about it. I've heard
everything in the book from "why can't you predict lottery numbers" to "who really killed Kennedy." I dismiss the questions as uninformed,
unenlightened questions. Of course, I also don't go around claiming that I can read the future. Because the future isn't written in stone. But
before I get too metaphysical and preachy, I just wanted to give a view of someone on the other side of the fence.
I would just advise not to clump all of us into that one "fakers" category, because there is indeed a fine line between a "fake" and "the real
Just my $.02
Peace be with you.