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Originally posted by FlyersFan
10 most bizzare people in the USA ...
(subject to change every few days I'm sure)
1 - Justine Bieber (yes, I used the female version of the name)
2 - Kim Kardashian
3 - Nancy Pelosi
4 - Mika Brezinski
5 - Michelle Bachmann/Sarah Palin (interchangable)
6 - Kieth Olbermann
7 - Jim Carrey
8 - Chris Matthews
9 - Barney Frank
10 - Charlie Sheen (but ya' just gotta' love his work! )
10 most bizzare people FlyersFan knows ...
Okay .. I'd best not post that list.
A few people here would get on the list...edit on 12/6/2011 by FlyersFan because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by dudeawesome
Sigh of relief
--I'm not in the top 10.
Originally posted by 0001391
I don't have a problem with Icke's reptilian stuff. Why not? I'm not arrogant enough to say I know what the limits of this reality are. I don't put faith in any person, but I certainly enjoy listening to David Icke. He's never taken any money from me. He speaks a hell of a lot of truth about the world and about consciousness which coincides without contradiction to my own personal direct experiences of consciousness. I've never seen reptilians but I will say that the more you study ancient cultures, and even cultures that still exist such as in the Amazon basin you will find that reptiles and stories of reptilian beings are older than the hills. Maybe it's allegorical to certain components of the human brain that still exist. Parts responsible for colder, darker, more primitive human behavior, perhaps. So perhaps the reptilian mind is within us as part of the evolutionary process yet has been referred to throughout history in a literal sense. Or maybe they did or do exist in some way. Humanity has an exceedingly narrow band of knowledge. We don't even know how we got here.