It's a toe- no biggie.
No, wrong- it is a biggie toe. My little one's toe.
No apologies form me.
I could post my ugly puss, but that'd cause more than cringing.
Maybe I should post a picture of just my forehead.
And the big bump I got from beating my head against the pavement.
Nothing is harder than my head.
Now to the volcanoes. Why you gatta upset me? This is a joke.
It's mine own fault for double-checking.
I can't say the graphs of the drop are accurate. Reason being, when watching Yellowstone's meters, most the time it's weather and such that mess with
data. I haven't found a secondary scource yet for the water drop. I did however check up on Fuji itself. If 1+1 is to be put together, I don't like
what the oversimplified answer may be. So, I'll assume I'm not familiar enough with Fuji to say anything. But I don't like volcanic lakes. Actually, I
love them. But I'm a sick ...
I'm posting a report that describes Fuji and the scientists guessimations. Aren't we all watching an guesses. We could be betting on horses. No.
That's not it for me. Yes, the thought of chance and calculating odds are exciting to me. But that's not how I ended up here. I think I'm like my
Dad's little Terrier. Just some little stump of a dog who thinks they can punch above their wieght. The Lil' Yorkie thinks its a watchdog. Like when
a bunch of Terriers stand up to a bear or larger animal. You have to wonder what gives them that courage. Breeding. Sorry.
Why wouldn't Fuji erupt?
Of course it will. It's active. And. Two years ago, there were only two things on my mind. No, three. Arkansas, Japan, and other.
When you get a giantic slab moving that distance, over that much ground, loud enough to make a bang out into space... Wow, I think some magmas' gotta
move somewheres. And, this mixing and dancing are going to change the dynamic and...
Popo is active. Something's up, or rather done the slope and there is smoke. For all I know it's a brush fire. Although, I saw a shot that made it
look like there's been a slide and it seems there may have also been a lava flow? I missed the close up shot. Bad me.
I caught a close up of the lower slope. It's not a very clear shot, but I think you can make out the smoke.
I hate coincidences. For example, I found out that Fuji is a kind of bottled water. But I didn't find out that infomation when I made a search of
Mount Fuji earlier today. The stange this is I found out this information after I got off the computer and went back to watching the Sopranos. I had
forgotten about Fuji. This is no wonder because I am not (yet) obsessed with Fuji. The only reason I read up on it was because of the lake. The
dropping lake? While I was watching a scene I happened to read the bottle a character was holding. At first it didn't register consciously. I had to
go back and check because some other part of my brain wanted clarification. Sure enough, it said Fuji. No. Was I reading it right? Yup, I had to stop
watching and check online that such a thing existed. Yup, it's water. I didn't know this existed. I've never bought it, nor ever seen it on the selves
of any store. This was news to me.
I suppose the don't pump out too much. Anyway. I don't really believe in ... i don't know
and now for something completely different...
ufos are over Popo again. hehe.
Every once in a while. I think I see one. But then I realize it's a bird, or smudge, or Jupiter. I'm not saying the following video shows Jupiter, or
it's reflection of something else. Once I thought there was a UFO there. But when it got darker, I realized someone had left the lightbulb on inside
the building which houses the camera.
also tremor is picking up at POPO. it's a bit hard to makre out the difference between cloud, steam, dust, and or smoke.
Also, this is problably my imagination, but the americas south of the U.S. (for now) seems rather active. but honestly I have been watching closely
enough to tell exactly
I feel like I'm being misdirected. I'm not even sure where I was supposed to be looking in the first place. The other day I'm thinking about Japan.
Then back to Yellowstone, (maybe ice breaking up after last week's small swarm), down to Popo, maybe Cali, then wondering what's up in the east of the
U.S. earthquake wise. Then back to Fuji. Althewhile, aliens, who must be those in Scientology, are flushing beings into the cerimonial cremitorium.
I'm get a vibe, something's up. And although I don't hear footsteps persay, I wouldn't be at all surprised.
I think all the pushing by Austrailia up on southeast Asia is now going to shift and the west is next.
Clearly, I am as obsured as the cam at Popo today.
and there's too much stuff to be sure you can identify everything
i'm blaming the ufos
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