posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 12:21 PM
Okay, I'll say this and anyone who doesn't like it can pout in a corner.
The OP has a 2010 sign on date. That's awhile. An Established member. Would that be worth throwing away for a scam like this? He's certainly been
here long enough to see and know how outright brutal it would be if a deliberate scam were unmasked by ATS members. He might as well just forget the
password and the site entirely would be my thoughts.
So, with all the weird stuff and oddball artifacts people find, why shouldn't a person who never saw the novelty version, be confused and ask for
help with ID? The OP never claimed he had the skull of a Werewolf or even a human being. The request, as I read it, was to get HELP.....which a member
gave, perfectly for a tight match (and so quick too! Nice!)
Why be mean though?? I wasn't sold by a long shot myself, by geeze folks. There are ways to encourage a person to discover the facts themselves (like
a call to the local constables) and then there is being cruel and mean about stomping a person's honest curiosity and guts to ask in such a wild
Why not give folks the benefit of the doubt? Not EVERYONE is Mr Wizard in every topic and I gathered that was the whole point for having come here to
ask at all?