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Hi MFM

I was in a car in Islington High Street yesterday driving south from the roundabout at Highbury Station and I thought it was you that crossed in front of me. It seemed to be your gait and height and the facial appearance suggested it was you.

The only problem, if it was you, is that you have lost an awful lot of hair since I last saw you and you appear to be keeping it shorter.

BTW how was St Osyth. I couldn't get away until last Sunday and I expected you to be home by then. Anchored in Pyefleet Creek overnight and left Monday morning.

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I was indeed in the area yesterday old chum so it could well have been yours truly. I spent some of the day paying my respects to those that fell last year.

St osyths was a bit hot ,The sun and my complextion dont agree too well and I get heat rash in odd places. I spent much of my time with various people from the East of england ufology society, A lot of unexplained happenings over there ,loads of people who have had close encounters to talk to. Fascinating stuff.

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..........A lot of unexplained happenings over there ,loads of people who have had close encounters to talk to. Fascinating stuff.


Sounds more like you drank too much of the local brew MFM. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/laughuncontrollable.gif" alt="" />

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Its called having an Interest my unlearned friend, maybe you and mr Happy should try it some time.

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Oooh someones tired!

My only intrests are reality my gullible old friend!

Mr Happy has plenty of intrests too as far as im aware, these include the opposite sex so thats probaly where your intrests differ! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/tongue2.gif" alt="" />

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Isn't it the case that the nearest planets that could sustain life, are hundreds of light years away.So if Aliens did exist ,and even if they could travel at the speed of light(Something that is highly improbable).it would still take them hundreds of years of travel to reach Earth.

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Don't you watch Star Trek LS??!! It's all true you know!! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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He obviously forgot about wormholes and warp drive! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/crazy.gif" alt="" />

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Isn't it the case that the nearest planets that could sustain life, are hundreds of light years away.So if Aliens did exist ,and even if they could travel at the speed of light(Something that is highly improbable).it would still take them hundreds of years of travel to reach Earth.
They have a colony on the Europa moon of Jupiter and have been there for hundreds of years studying mankind's development,You know them as GREYS. They frequently abduct people to harvest their D N A to breed hybrid's . They then produce vaccine's to fight infection's as their bodies are very frail . Human D N A is very good for them.They can travel thousands of lightyears in a single day and have visited thousands of worlds .So thats why they need Human Antibodies. They are in contact with the American government who cover it up. www.IWASABDUCTED.com

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PMSL,
That is there best post this year MFM, you are a gade "A" wind up, love it......err unless you do really believe it that is.

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By which means can they travel at thousands of lightyears in a day? And surely if they were that advanced as to have mastered that momumental technology to travel at those speeds and defeating the law of physics.Then manaufacting artifical human DNA would be a walk-in-the-park to them.

Or are we to believe that a civilisation THAT advanced have not mastered the simple manufacturing of human DNA,and still have to abduct human beings to extract it?

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Alien technology is a funny thing!

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Your telling me Bru, I witnessed it several times last season in the form of JC's team selections! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/top.gif" alt="" />

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take it from me gazza me ole china kev is for real hes always blabberin on and on bout faffin area 51 and all that bollox i says to im look kev u silly sod if your so called shape shiftin frends can fly their spaceships millions of miles they aint gonna come all that way just to give sum dope smokin yank dropouts an anal probe befor crashin their craft inta the desert do ya know wot man from mars said ill tell u naff all stunned into silence by yours truly

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LS

It is clear that you dont realise that "There are more things in heaven and earth, than are dreamed of in your philosophy."

1) No one has yet explained the theories of quantum physics where things, apparently, happen beyond the realms of Newtonian physics.

2) Who is to say that these aliens haven't developed a life expectancy far in excess of our 4 score years and ten. If they lived for a million years and understood quantum physics perhaps the distances are not so vast. A second in a Mayfly's life is significantly more than a second in our life and is totally insignificant in the life of a giant redwood tree.

Mind you I have to agree with Bad Egg that if these aliens had conquered space/time travel why would they bother with the third rock from the sun.

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I've no problem with people believing in things that cannot be explained.I'm questioning the logic of believing another civilisation are so advanced that they can travel at many times the speed of light,colonise planets billions of miles away from their own,have the technology to transport matter...etc,BUT havn't mastered the technology of making laboratory human DNA.(which vastly more easier to do,compared to those other things).And as such, still have to abduct humans to extract DNA.<img src="/forum/images/graemlins/shrug.gif" alt="" />

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I've no problem with people believing in things that cannot be explained.I'm questioning the logic of believing another civilisation are so advanced that they can travel at many times the speed of light,colonise planets billions of miles away from their own,have the technology to transport matter...etc,BUT havn't mastered the technology of making laboratory human DNA.(which vastly more easier to do,compared to those other things).And as such, still have to abduct humans to extract DNA.<img src="/forum/images/graemlins/shrug.gif" alt="" />


they dont do it to extract dna come on malcolm old boy your a man of the world




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