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Old November 29th 05, 05:38 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Hurray for Canada!
Why in the galaxy are some of you embarrassed by Canada's gigantic step
forward?
Why is it so hard to believe you're not the only ones flying around in
space?

Anyways, that's not why I'm writing to you.
I noticed that some people like to comment rather than to Question.
Your comments are welcome, of course, for I read them and learn from them.
And your skeptical thoughts and comments are unavoidable under the
circumstances.
However, it is your Questioning that elicits a response from me.

I can't do anything about the "no hard evidence until first contact" thing.
But what I CAN do is wait and see if one of you asks the Right Question.
Who will it Be? will it be You?

Silouen


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Old November 29th 05, 06:15 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Tue, 29 Nov 2005 05:58:32 +0100, Charles D. Bohne wrote:

On Tue, 29 Nov 2005 04:38:03 GMT, "Silouen"
wrote:

I can't do anything about the "no hard evidence until first contact"
thing. But what I CAN do is wait and see if one of you asks the Right
Question. Who will it Be? will it be You?

Silouen


Ok, let's try this one: Why the fu*k do you talk of "first contact" when
alien presence has been here since the begining of human times?

No only since 628.


Or that one: what's so important about the public acceptance of aliens on
this planet?

The fact it's only a hoax?

And last not least: what is there to gain from aliens who prefered to stay
hidden in the closet for most of our history?

C.


Again, no proof. Back to elementary school, Chuckweasel.


And my answer to this questions is: it's not even as important as the
results of last month's soccer games. .. It might be big news for a day,
and that's all there is to it. A trapped kitten or a bloody murder-scene
has much more news-appeal. Most people are not interested in "aliens" of
any kind.


Except for raghead "aliens".

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Old November 29th 05, 09:07 PM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.fan.art-bell
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Silouen wrote:

Hurray for Canada!
Why in the galaxy are some of you embarrassed by Canada's gigantic step
forward?
Why is it so hard to believe you're not the only ones flying around in
space?

Anyways, that's not why I'm writing to you.
I noticed that some people like to comment rather than to Question.
Your comments are welcome, of course, for I read them and learn from them.
And your skeptical thoughts and comments are unavoidable under the
circumstances.
However, it is your Questioning that elicits a response from me.

I can't do anything about the "no hard evidence until first contact" thing.
But what I CAN do is wait and see if one of you asks the Right Question.
Who will it Be? will it be You?

Silouen


Translation: Darla is such a drama queen that he/she/it starts threads
with the name of one of his/her/its sockpuppets in the subject line.

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Official Overseer of Kooks and Trolls in alt.astronomy

"The original human being was a female hermaphrodite with
both male and female genitalia."

"Human beings CAN NOT live in a solar system without a sun
with a ferrite core and a planet without a solid iron core."

-- Alexa Cameron, Kook of the Year 2004

"I am a sean being from another planet."
-- Darla aka Dr. Why aka Dr. Yubiwan aka Silouen aka ...
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Old November 29th 05, 09:10 PM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.fan.art-bell
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Charles D. Bohne wrote:

On Tue, 29 Nov 2005 04:38:03 GMT, "Silouen"
wrote:

I can't do anything about the "no hard evidence until first contact" thing.
But what I CAN do is wait and see if one of you asks the Right Question.
Who will it Be? will it be You?

Silouen


Ok, let's try this one: Why the fu*k do you talk of "first contact" when
alien presence has been here since the begining of human times?


Core temperature rising again, Ch*ck?

Or that one: what's so important about the public acceptance of aliens
on this planet?


Increasing the supply of side-show freaks.

And last not least: what is there to gain from aliens who prefered to
stay hidden in the closet for most of our history?


Get back to your closet, Pleiadian Fraud.

C.

And my answer to this questions is: it's not even as important as
the results of last month's soccer games. .. It might be big news
for a day, and that's all there is to it. A trapped kitten or a bloody
murder-scene has much more news-appeal. Most people are not
interested in "aliens" of any kind.


That's because most people realize there aren't any around, Ch*ck.

--
Official Associate AFA-B Vote Rustler
Official Overseer of Kooks and Trolls in alt.astronomy

"The original human being was a female hermaphrodite with
both male and female genitalia."

"Human beings CAN NOT live in a solar system without a sun
with a ferrite core and a planet without a solid iron core."

-- Alexa Cameron, Kook of the Year 2004

"I am a sean being from another planet."
-- Darla aka Dr. Why aka Dr. Yubiwan aka Silouen aka ...
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Old November 29th 05, 09:11 PM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.fan.art-bell
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Dr. Flonkenstein wrote:

On Tue, 29 Nov 2005 05:58:32 +0100, Charles D. Bohne wrote:

On Tue, 29 Nov 2005 04:38:03 GMT, "Silouen"
wrote:

I can't do anything about the "no hard evidence until first contact"
thing. But what I CAN do is wait and see if one of you asks the Right
Question. Who will it Be? will it be You?

Silouen


Ok, let's try this one: Why the fu*k do you talk of "first contact" when
alien presence has been here since the begining of human times?

No only since 628.


Or that one: what's so important about the public acceptance of aliens on
this planet?

The fact it's only a hoax?

And last not least: what is there to gain from aliens who prefered to stay
hidden in the closet for most of our history?

C.


Again, no proof. Back to elementary school, Chuckweasel.


And my answer to this questions is: it's not even as important as the
results of last month's soccer games. .. It might be big news for a day,
and that's all there is to it. A trapped kitten or a bloody murder-scene
has much more news-appeal. Most people are not interested in "aliens" of
any kind.


Except for raghead "aliens".


I know what to do -- Ch*ck could threaten to have them deported to
Israel.

--
Official Associate AFA-B Vote Rustler
Official Overseer of Kooks and Trolls in alt.astronomy

"The original human being was a female hermaphrodite with
both male and female genitalia."

"Human beings CAN NOT live in a solar system without a sun
with a ferrite core and a planet without a solid iron core."

-- Alexa Cameron, Kook of the Year 2004

"I am a sean being from another planet."
-- Darla aka Dr. Why aka Dr. Yubiwan aka Silouen aka ...
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Old November 30th 05, 12:12 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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"Charles D. Bohne" wrote in message
...
On Tue, 29 Nov 2005 04:38:03 GMT, "Silouen"
wrote:

I can't do anything about the "no hard evidence until first contact"

thing.
But what I CAN do is wait and see if one of you asks the Right Question.
Who will it Be? will it be You?

Silouen


Ok, let's try this one: Why the fu*k do you talk of "first contact" when
alien presence has been here since the begining of human times?


Mr. D. Bohne!
Hello! Darla left a message for you.
But I'll have to look for it.
You should see this place; what a mess!

This is easy question: Always when I speak of "first contact", Mr. Bohne,
please just take for granted that I mean "first official contact with
present day humanity".
You have probably deduced by now that there have been many, many first
unofficial contacts and even several first official contacts with past
societies.
We have been careful to erase most of the evidence of this, but not Too
careful. G

Or that one: what's so important about the public acceptance of aliens
on this planet?


You really need to ask this?
Okay, the containment factor alone ought to impress somebody.
Right now just a few of you know about seans.
So there are several (meager) attempts made by other humans to blow away
your planet each weak.
And there is about one serious attempt every month (this has grown from
every two months just ten years ago).
Public awareness would curtail much of this silliness.
And our job would get easier.

Now think about what public awareness would do for your important pasttimes
like religion and politics.
Consider what it would be like to really get to know and to befriend someone
who can travel to other stars, galaxies and clusters.

Public awareness has served your people well.
Things have a tendency to remain on the "up-and-up".

And last not least: what is there to gain from aliens who prefered to
stay hidden in the closet for most of our history?

C.

And my answer to this questions is: it's not even as important as
the results of last month's soccer games. .. It might be big news
for a day, and that's all there is to it. A trapped kitten or a bloody
murder-scene has much more news-appeal. Most people are not
interested in "aliens" of any kind.


This does not seem to be a problem to me.
Those who are interested will be tickled pink to see Betelgeuse up close.
A lot of those who are not interested will fast become interested.
Those who don't become interested will, for the most part, take their own
lives.

You have only to gain from us what we recently gained from our sister
galaxies.
The opportunity to learn, not just by sitting in a chair in front of a
computer, but by exploring firsthand up close and personal.
Everywhere we look there is something new to explore, Mr. Bohne.
We shall appeal most to those with fearless hearts of the explorer in each
and every one of you.
Swimmingly!

Silouen


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Old November 30th 05, 12:25 AM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.fan.art-bell
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Silouen wrote:

"Charles D. Bohne" wrote in message
.. .
On Tue, 29 Nov 2005 04:38:03 GMT, "Silouen"
wrote:

I can't do anything about the "no hard evidence until first contact"

thing.
But what I CAN do is wait and see if one of you asks the Right Question.
Who will it Be? will it be You?

Silouen


Ok, let's try this one: Why the fu*k do you talk of "first contact" when
alien presence has been here since the begining of human times?


Mr. D. Bohne!
Hello! Darla left a message for you.
But I'll have to look for it.
You should see this place; what a mess!


Talking about yourself again in the third person, how kooky.

This is easy question: Always when I speak of "first contact", Mr. Bohne,
please just take for granted that I mean "first official contact with
present day humanity".
You have probably deduced by now that there have been many, many first
unofficial contacts and even several first official contacts with past
societies.
We have been careful to erase most of the evidence of this, but not Too
careful. G


zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz boring saucerhead gaga.

Or that one: what's so important about the public acceptance of aliens
on this planet?


You really need to ask this?
Okay, the containment factor alone ought to impress somebody.
Right now just a few of you know about seans.
So there are several (meager) attempts made by other humans to blow away
your planet each weak.
And there is about one serious attempt every month (this has grown from
every two months just ten years ago).
Public awareness would curtail much of this silliness.
And our job would get easier.

Now think about what public awareness would do for your important pasttimes
like religion and politics.
Consider what it would be like to really get to know and to befriend someone
who can travel to other stars, galaxies and clusters.

Public awareness has served your people well.
Things have a tendency to remain on the "up-and-up".

And last not least: what is there to gain from aliens who prefered to
stay hidden in the closet for most of our history?

C.

And my answer to this questions is: it's not even as important as
the results of last month's soccer games. .. It might be big news
for a day, and that's all there is to it. A trapped kitten or a bloody
murder-scene has much more news-appeal. Most people are not
interested in "aliens" of any kind.


This does not seem to be a problem to me.
Those who are interested will be tickled pink to see Betelgeuse up close.
A lot of those who are not interested will fast become interested.
Those who don't become interested will, for the most part, take their own
lives.

You have only to gain from us what we recently gained from our sister
galaxies.
The opportunity to learn, not just by sitting in a chair in front of a
computer, but by exploring firsthand up close and personal.
Everywhere we look there is something new to explore, Mr. Bohne.
We shall appeal most to those with fearless hearts of the explorer in each
and every one of you.
Swimmingly!

Silouen


Translation: "There's room for only one breed of alien in this
one-horse town, you'd best skidaddle, buckwheat!"

--
Official Associate AFA-B Vote Rustler
Official Overseer of Kooks and Trolls in alt.astronomy

"The original human being was a female hermaphrodite with
both male and female genitalia."

"Human beings CAN NOT live in a solar system without a sun
with a ferrite core and a planet without a solid iron core."

-- Alexa Cameron, Kook of the Year 2004

"I am a sean being from another planet."
-- Darla aka Dr. Why aka Dr. Yubiwan aka Silouen aka ...
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Old November 30th 05, 01:24 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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"Charles D. Bohne" wrote in message
...
On Tue, 29 Nov 2005 04:38:03 GMT, "Silouen"
wrote:

I can't do anything about the "no hard evidence until first contact"
thing.
But what I CAN do is wait and see if one of you asks the Right Question.
Who will it Be? will it be You?

Silouen


Ok, let's try this one: Why the fu*k do you talk of "first contact" when
alien presence has been here since the begining of human times?

Or that one: what's so important about the public acceptance of aliens
on this planet?

And last not least: what is there to gain from aliens who prefered to
stay hidden in the closet for most of our history?

C.

And my answer to this questions is: it's not even as important as
the results of last month's soccer games. .. It might be big news
for a day, and that's all there is to it. A trapped kitten or a bloody
murder-scene has much more news-appeal. Most people are not
interested in "aliens" of any kind.


Well said ol' chap!! g

I have had an encounter with a 'being' being in my face simply 'being' a
being...
being a real pain in my rear .. as it got near ...

Yeah!! I was glad to tell it to GO .. as it was GREY and had no real charm
about it that gave off any sense
that it was being simply a 'being' wangting a kind connestion of any sort.

No one really wanted to know about this encounter let alone believe it g

Anywazzzzzz .. Running around inside my very own beleif system is my own
idea that resembles
the notion of ..... "We are the aliens ... Wrapped up and shut AWAY are our
true sleves in the true meaning of 'alien .... 'being' ... that is ...

If we (as human beings) were not so caught up in the fundamental BS of it
all we may actually see things as they trully a-)
When we go to the beach and enjoy the beach, do we go into every little
detail of how one soaks up the sun and what it is doing to one's self etc
etc etc ... ?! Not really for most ... Simple terms ... just enjoy the
water and soak up the sun:-)

L
Bee-Ji-cruising!


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Old November 30th 05, 06:47 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Charles D. Bohne wrote:
On Wed, 30 Nov 2005 11:24:57 +1100, "BEE"
wrote:

Well said ol' chap!! g

I have had an encounter with a 'being' being in my face simply 'being' a
being...
being a real pain in my rear .. as it got near ...

Yeah!! I was glad to tell it to GO .. as it was GREY and had no real charm
about it that gave off any sense
that it was being simply a 'being' wangting a kind connestion of any sort.

No one really wanted to know about this encounter let alone believe it g

Anywazzzzzz .. Running around inside my very own beleif system is my own
idea that resembles
the notion of ..... "We are the aliens ... Wrapped up and shut AWAY are our
true sleves in the true meaning of 'alien .... 'being' ... that is ...

If we (as human beings) were not so caught up in the fundamental BS of it
all we may actually see things as they trully a-)
When we go to the beach and enjoy the beach, do we go into every little
detail of how one soaks up the sun and what it is doing to one's self etc
etc etc ... ?! Not really for most ... Simple terms ... just enjoy the
water and soak up the sun:-)

L
Bee-Ji-cruising!


YOU ARE SO RIGHT, DEAR BEE!
Unfortunately we don't have much sun over here for the moment, ...
days are short and the sky is cloudy .. but we still know there is THE
LIGHT :-)

C.



Ah, right. Bee would be basking in the summer sun about now!

While we northerners shiver in the cold and darkness.

Enjoy, Bee!

Double-A

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Old November 30th 05, 08:03 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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"Double-A" wrote in message
oups.com...

Charles D. Bohne wrote:
On Wed, 30 Nov 2005 11:24:57 +1100, "BEE"
wrote:

Well said ol' chap!! g

I have had an encounter with a 'being' being in my face simply 'being' a
being...
being a real pain in my rear .. as it got near ...

Yeah!! I was glad to tell it to GO .. as it was GREY and had no real
charm
about it that gave off any sense
that it was being simply a 'being' wangting a kind connestion of any
sort.

No one really wanted to know about this encounter let alone believe it
g

Anywazzzzzz .. Running around inside my very own beleif system is my own
idea that resembles
the notion of ..... "We are the aliens ... Wrapped up and shut AWAY are
our
true sleves in the true meaning of 'alien .... 'being' ... that is ...

If we (as human beings) were not so caught up in the fundamental BS of
it
all we may actually see things as they trully a-)
When we go to the beach and enjoy the beach, do we go into every little
detail of how one soaks up the sun and what it is doing to one's self
etc
etc etc ... ?! Not really for most ... Simple terms ... just enjoy the
water and soak up the sun:-)

L
Bee-Ji-cruising!


YOU ARE SO RIGHT, DEAR BEE!
Unfortunately we don't have much sun over here for the moment, ...
days are short and the sky is cloudy .. but we still know there is THE
LIGHT :-)

C.



Ah, right. Bee would be basking in the summer sun about now!

While we northerners shiver in the cold and darkness.

Enjoy, Bee!


Hey there Double A !!!! :-)

Not basking that much as it is trully hot here however, every now and then
yes !!!g
Hope you are fighting FIT!!!

L
Bee ...

Double-A



 




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