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  1. What really stunned the folks that were on the scene at Roswell - other than the craft itself, was the fact that they found human body parts on board. As for the cows they are very close to humans and thus can be used for their blood, and secreation factors.....in particular glands. After all that's what they're after from us....sperm - eggs - blood and glands. I don't know why it seems so far fetched to some of you? Even our own American Government are 50 ahead of what is available today to us. Germany had the same contact with inter-dimentional beings......and arranged their own deals wit
  2. To Bilbraborn: As you can see, more closed minds here than those willing to expand their limitations for the sake of the truth. The information is out there, I've given the names, sources and layed it all out plain and simple....and still I get flack. OH....I'm just trying to help the ones like yourself, and right from the start that's all I wanted to do, and stated so. People don't really want to know how far down the human rase has sunk. Preached lies for so long that the truth can't be accepted. When I first came upon the truth, I also had a hard time with the discovery of it all. The D
  3. To Bilbraborn, Thank you for your post, it was refreshing. It seems that most people here want hands on proof. In the past my post here have included names of people who were in the know, and where my information came from. Many still reject the information I offer. So with that in mind here's the moon landing story: Yes we did make it to the moon and back again....but not by ourselves......but with the help of inter-dimentional beings overseeing the entire event. Once on the moon - the men were told to get off the planet and don't come back (loose translation) - to their shock and surprise,
  4. Truth - Stranger Than Fiction! Hidden In Plain Sight......for those who seek the truth - the truth will set you free. It's a shame that France is still angry because the USA came in, took over and saved their A$$.....in world war two. A nod is as good as a wink to a blind horse.....that being France and its retired population!
  5. Hand-shakes from strangers whom I helped, hugs from ladies for my kindness and then took my good friend "Till" (his name) out to see his girlfriend this evening. Like in the movie My Best Friend - or is it almost best friends! He's 40 and always makes me smile.....
  6. Happy Birthday Liz from Dave...and may you have many more to come!
  7. Hi Mick - Thanks for adding the video to the Kinks "Have A Cuppa Tea". The album came out in 1971 and we the last release on their RCA contract.....It's a brilliant piece of work in my opinion. As subtle as Steven Stills song "For What It's Worth". No it doesn' t rock, but it really kicks A$$ from start to finish. Two other great Kinks albums are "Low Budget" and "Misfits".....Live Life......and A Gallon Of Gas!
  8. The last winter dragged on and on - spring never came until late and the summer started later than usual. In my youth, we had Indian Summers and playing football (American) on our front lawn well into October.....snow around November 24th to December 10th.....always snow for Christmas in the northeast of New York State. The ground didn't freeze until December. The snow back then was snow and not slush...and right after a big snowfall - the bone chilling winds came out of the north-west....gusting to 50 MPH....causing drifting snow - and it stayed cold until spring's thaw.
  9. Hello Bubblewrap - yes, the one and only Leslie West - my favorite since 1969....his solo Mountain album - now on CD. Blind Man - Blood Of The Sun - Long Red - Because You Are My Friend......Wheels On Fire.....
  10. Have A Cuppa Tea - The Kinks - From their Muswell Hillbillies Album - it's the cure for everything English.
  11. I had to laugh reading your post. You see at our house everything has to be where it is....there's no other option. It's the only thing that we don't fight about. The remote control for the "Telly" as you call it - is another story...that's why I'm sitting here writing this message - killing time until she goes to sleep!
  12. He was famous in America, well respected, and always right to the point. You had to pay attention and learn. There was no fluff or filler in his interviews, and the time flew by. In later life,he looked older than his years in my opinion....like 84 and not 74......either way, the man was pure wisdom and a pleasure to watch. Who will ever forget his head on interview with Richard Nixon!
  13. Welcome Steed - you're in good hands with this group - glad to have you here.
  14. Thank You IMP - you have the story correct - and Mike was also the only real musician of the group.....although Peter Tork was a close friend of Steven Stills. Should I admit that my favorite Monkeys album is "Headquaters" which I have on CD - or that their Greatest Hits still hold up well after all these years. Last Train To Clarksville - Pleasent Valley Sunday and I'm Not Your Stepping Stone!
  15. katyjay - you don't know how right you are!
  16. The trouble with irony is, some people just don't get it.
  17. My advice for killing bees and other insects, before they get you first is a simple solution if you're a non smoker. I used to use Starting Spray, used to start your car on cold winter days....it will explode, so please be careful - but when sprayed at insects it puts them to sleep on the spot. So, end your fear - best used out-of-doors - not in the house.
  18. Many people forget the blues when the sun shines. "Please Send Me Someone To Love" - "I've Got News For You" - Ray Charles.........and try this one out - "Train Kept A Rolling" Bull Moose Jackson, and "Train Kept A Rolling" by Imelda May..........for the elders on this site, I offer - "If I Didn't Care" The Ink Spots.......does anyone remember this song by the Ohio Express? "Down At Lulu's" - buble-gum at its best.....or Tommy Roe - "Jam Up Jelly Tight" ......ok "Young Man Blues". Out of the black and into the blues!
  19. Hello Michael, There's a movie from 1981 called - "Southern Comfort" and the entire soundtrack was done by Ry Cooder.....I have the movie on dvd, and for me it's excellent acting and story line.....Booth Powers is one of the main stars. Check it out if you haven't seen it already.
  20. Hello basfordred - I love most music, but then again I do have ones that just dam-well rub me the wrong way - Springsteen for one, Little Feat for another, Abba....John Couger Melloncamp is another (except Paper and Fire)......Mashall Tucker Band (except Can't You See)....Joplin as in Janis "Kozmic Blues" album - Leonard Cohen - Dylan singing.......but I can handle Neil Young's voice somehow.......Tie your mother down Queen and their album Play The Game is their best as is the song Stone Cold Crazy.......John Sebastian at Woodstock (sucks) - Paul Butterfield's Blues Band at Woodstock (sucks)..
  21. Hi Sheridan, Right you are, many of the greats in T.V. and Movie music. I didn't know about the last one on your list. Walter "Wally" Stott Born March 10, 1924 and Died January 14, 2009, age 84. English composer and conductor, born in Leeds, Yorkshire he played saxophone in dance bands including Geraldo's band. After undergoing a sex-change operation, he became Angela Morley and moved to Scottsdale, Arizona. Then there's also - Walter Carlos Walter (known in the old days) - born Pawtucket, Rhode Island. He had a big interest in music and technology. At age ten, he composed his first piece
  22. Thanks for that information, that Methodist organ has the same pipes as our church organ has, how ironic is that? And to loppylugs - I'm once again listening to one of my favorite albums "Tarkus" by Emerson - Lake and Palmer - and you just might like to listen to "The Only Way" Hymn. Ah - Bach - Bouree!
  23. Hello Rob L. I just watched something on youtube that I really enjoyed - "The Musical Genius Extraordinary People". Please give it a look see and tell me what you think. Touching, simply touching and moving.
  24. To Loppylugs, When I was about ten years old, our Methodist Church went out and bought an organ from another church, so it was new to us and exciting at the time. To me it was nothing fancy, although it had a big selection of pipes and a giant keyboard. So when I watched Mr. Fox at work at his fantastic organ, it came across so brilliantly. I also laughed respectfully as he pushed buttons from one side to the other, while flipping switches in front of him as well. Although I personally could hear no change in tone. You could tell he knew what he was doing with ease. He was so proud...and wha