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, John Beatty
> >After ALL these years of hoaxing, WOULDN'T as a
> mere matter of odds, AT LEAST ONE HOAXER OR GROUP
> THEREOF, have been caught in the act by a farmer or
> some other person, or in the case of the extremely
> large and complex circles, failed to finish them by
> sun up?
> Have been. News crews have been summoned. Broadcasts
> are frequently made of hoaxers, their tools, and their
Not to mention farmers selling tickets to wo-woos for the privilege of
tromping around a barley field looking for aliens.
> >and correct me if I'm wrong) NO U N F I S H E D
> circles, not to mention one single human error or
> terragraphic "typo" if you will,
You stand corrected (I.E.) You are wrong!
> What would you compare it against? How do you know
> that ALL crop circles aren't unfinished, since we have
> no idea what the "visitors" may be trying to say or do
> with them?
> >I'm sure you'll have you're usual flippant and
> unconvincing pseudo-rational response, O.E., so by all
> means go ahead demonstrate your self-perceived
Not self perceived, most people think that I'm much too clever to
(pssst! that's why they insult me.....just saying!)
> By this you mean any response that you don't agree
> >But seriously, I've often wondered if anyone's ever
> "done the math" and actually calculated, even if only
> roughly, how many man-hours one of these (quite
> beautiful) "monsters" must have required to create,
> and whether they actually COULD have been done in the
> space of a night.
> Maybe not. But without continuous active surveilance
> of every inch of the Earth's surface, it is impossible
> to know how long some of them took.
> >Any comments, anybody. Serious and thoughtful ones
OK by me, by that I suppose you also don't want dorky-looking POSTS IN
ALL CAPS because you don't know how to assert yourself in mere words.
Oh and let us not forget some gratuitous insults. They tell the world
that you are no fool to be trifled with!
But you are correct! It's very clear to me now that aliens traveled
billions of miles just to stomp on some poor slob's field and make
pretty patterns. No human could ever make crop circles! Say, those
two drunk codgers who demonstrated how they made some? They must
..aliens (who like beer.)
Wow, I feel so enlightened now!
> By this you mean those that argree with you. Sorry to
> John D. Beatty, Milwaukee Wisconsin
> "History is the only test for the consequences of ideas"
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