posted on Sep, 12 2011 @ 01:28 PM
There's a lot to be said for people who join forums. Even more for those who join ones of this nature. By the time we come to persons who read
new-member intro's, we're very near the bottom of the food-chain. So if you're reading this, go get yourself a life. Please.
I am no stranger to discussion groups and have plenty of seared and missing gluteal tissue to prove it. The moniker Inverted Ostrich emerged because I
prefer to think of myself as not having my head in the sand. Now that we understand I am delusional, I will further admit to being paranoid... Yes,
there is a conspiracy. Yes, Big Brother is watching us. He's all over this board and may even be the handler of our gracious host(s). Always
remember, we don't know what we don't know.
I've browsed ATS periodically for years to satisfy personal whims. For anyone interested in truth, you can occasionally find it here. What one does
well to recognize is that truth comes in at least two flavors. The first is that which simply satisfies the craving for an explanation of things that
differs from whatever is commonly presented. The second is of the bedrock, absolute variety. Very few, even in a place like this, have the stomach for
that. But if you should ever develop the appetite, here are some suggestions:
1. Try to recognize misdirection and shift your mind's eye the opposite direction. In other words, even here, don't automatically follow the
2. Think simultaneously about matters both in simpler and more complex terms than what you are presented with.
3. Never rush to conclusions. And by all means, post sparingly with fear and trepidation, recalling "fools rush in where angels fear to tread."
Words are powerful, and we are wisest to assume time is short. If naught else, your readers have less of it than you (and generally care less about
what you have to say to boot).
That should be about enough idle verbiage for an intro. As an activity, it is tedious and tiresome to me. But it really is the polite thing to do. At
present I don't anticipate writing many posts. [There IS a God, and you ought thank Him now.] I bit the bullet and signed-up today to submit a fairly
specific query. If you're a bored, morbid sicko, it should show up later, probably over in the Chemtrails aisle.