Shuttles to End War on Earth added 30 September
A long, long time ago, I can still remember
how the warfare used to make us sad. We old and decrepit hippies
remember when we took to the streets chanting "Make love, not
war", and this site brought it all back to me. Here is a man
who is not only looking for a cure for breast cancer and a way to
travel at warp speed, but he wants to stop war. What makes it even
more special is that he wants to find some wifes to make love to
while he is stopping war. These brave women can't just be any old
wifes, but must meet certain specifications, as they must be "women
who are 50 + years old. MD or Ph.D. women who want to find the cure
for cancer before we die. They must be Anti-War in General as General
Orwell has suppressed light year travel and moon bases for war and
oil money". When you also read that "Cruise ship
orgies and nudists visits will add spice to the sex lives for us
over 50 years old, working on a warp speed Shuttle" you
know that this is a project that all women will want to be a part
of. I have locked up my wife and daughters.
GUTH Venus ~ added 30 September 2002
It's the first thing to appear in the sky after sunset and the last
to disappear before sunrise. Scientists tell us that we can see
Venus so clearly and brightly because it has high "albedo",
but perhaps there is "libido" there as well among the
creatures who lived there in the past (before the greenhouse effect
set in) and may even be there today. Of course, government instrumentalities
like NASA are not interested in the prospect of life on Venus. Or
are they? Perhaps they know the truth and want to hide it from us,
which is why they explore the place with high-powered lasers "offering
little if anything towards humanitarian communications worthy aspects,
is obviously having little if anything to do with calling upon our
lizard folk neighbors, as those situated on Venus".
Sonya Fitzpatrick Animal Communicator The Pet Psychic
on Animal Planet added 30 September 2002
Do you ever wonder where your dog is or what it is thinking? Sonya
Of Moshakia From The Deluge To Columbus
added 30 September 2002
studying the Australian Aborigine tribes have long known about the
hegemony over the continent granted to Ham in 1569AA, and the hundreds
of aboriginal language groups have always been accepted as evidence
of the confounding of language after the fall of the Tower of Babel.
When I was reading anthropology at university we looked into the
oral legends of a great ship filled with kangaroos, koalas, platypuses,
wallabies, bilbies, echidnas, emus and funnel-web spiders which
had run aground on Mount Kuring-Gai after the big wet one year.
It is good to see this site expanding this scholarship to show how
the sons of Noah dealt with the rest of the primitive world.
Hebrew National Suicide
added 30 September 2002
Now, there's a meaningful
title. What's your hobby?
Loon of the Month
|I had to
select the professional paranoid as Loon of the Month
so that he wouldn't think I was picking on him. Then
again, I suppose I was paying him some attention. Oh
Professional Paranoid Home Page: WWW Conspiracy search
engine, TWA Flight 800, Crimes of the Intelligence Community,
Police State Issues, Oklahoma Bombing, Books/Movies
by H. Michael Sweeney added
30 September 2002
I like a site that
lets you know up front what it is all about. When that
title pops up in Google, you know immediately that this
is serious stuff. I was a bit confused when I found
that the page about the Nigerian letters that we all
receive on an hourly basis was called "The Professional
Paranoid's Page on Disinformation/Disinformationalists,
featuring the 25 Rules of Disinformation and 8 Traits
of a Disinformationalist", but finding out
that the CIA were really behind the scam explained a
lot. After all, if the title described what the page
was really about, shadowy government figures would come
around and remove the page. There are already several
links on this site which lead to disappeared pages ...
Intelligent Beings added 16 September 2002
In the same way that drummers like to hang around with musicians,
I like to hang around with smart people. Not too smart, of course,
because we have to have something in common. I once had lunch with
a certified genius who had done all this impressive work with computer
designs, but when it came to football he didn't know a leg bye from
a slam dunk from a cue ball. I would be very worried if I had to
have lunch with the people who run this site because they are super
intelligent, not just ordinary, run-of-the-mill intelligent like
me. If you tried to talk to them about baseball, they would have
no idea what a field goal, a chukka or a penalty shoot-out were.
I suppose, though, I could always talk to the salt shaker or the
pot plant. Someone from the FBI will be listening, and they must
know something about sport.
Animal Genitalia as Aphrodisiacs
added 16 September 2002
coq au vin in a French restaurant the other evening, and
my dinner companion got this far-away look in her eyes ...
This site has gone beyond detumescence, into the realm
of flaccidity. PB October 2003
Science in Ancient Artwork & Science Today
added 16 September 2002
the theories about why the pyramids were built is that they were
the tombs of rulers. Well, it looks like Egypt didn't just have
impressive political rulers but it had some awesome measuring rulers
as well. How else could you explain the fact that the sides of the
pyramids can be accurate to within one ten-millionth part of a foot?
Of course, the Egyptians had to have this sort of accuracy if they
were going to be able to make pyramids with square bases that were
exactly the same area as some circles, because nobody else can make
a circle and a square with the same area because they all think
that pi is transcendental or something. Then there's the Aztec calendar
Ethical Raw Veganism added
16 September 2002
I feel sorry for plants, and
now people want to eat them alive! If it wasn't plantist
talk, I would say that this is nuts.
added 16 September 2002
Here is a site so dangerous that it has no name, other than the
extremely self-referential use of its address. This site dares to
reveal the truth behind the news, the truth that those in power
would hide from us. The mention of the number 322 reminded me that
next Sunday is 22 September, a date referred to as "9/22"
in some parts of the world. You might say that 9 is not 3, but 9
is 3 times 3, and this will be the third 22nd of a month since the
northern part of the world experienced the longest day of the year.
It is also the equinox, when the length of the day is the same at
both the north and south poles, and it is the birthday of some significant
people. It is also a day which strongly reminds us of the passage
of time, as it marks 100 days before the next new year and the average
length of a human pregnancy since the last happy new year party.
Could this all be coincidence? I think not.
cats for true Christians? added 16 September
As I sit here typing this, a cat is watching
me. It is sitting in a cardboard box. I do not know why this cat
will sit in any box that is left on the floor, but there is a lot
about cats that I don't know. I have another cat who climbs into
sinks and wash basins to drink from dripping taps. This cat does
not sit in boxes. There is a third cat here somewhere. One day I
found it in front of the television, apparently absorbed in watching
a rugby union match. One of the teams was the New Zealand All Blacks,
who wear a black uniform with a small silver fern on the front.
The cat has black fur with a small silver patch on its chest. We
suspected some form of spiritual connection, perhaps even reincarnation.
What I have never seen a cat do is read the Bible.
Well, that didn't take long, did it? This site disappeared
within a week of being featured here, apparently because
it violated Angelfire's terms of service for web hosting.
The list of things you can't do with an Angelfire web site
include most human activities which are even vaguely interesting,
but I didn't see explicit mention of saying that Christians
should not own cats. A mystery. PB October 2002