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Post by Existentialist1844 » Tue Mar 03, 2009 2:11 am

Fanny wrote:
Existentialist1844 wrote: Also, its interesting how certain myths are only indigenous to certain areas. For instance, The Jersey Devil. Isnt it interesting how people from Jersey only report seeing the Jersey Devil. Once a myth gets started, it spreads throughout the whole community. Nessie in Ireland, the yeti in only certain parts, etc. Either 1) these animals can only thrive in the environment which people see them (which is highly unlikely, considering other part of the world can support life) or 2) something along the lines of mass hysteria.
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Re: Gawd-you might like this!!!

Post by Gawdzilla Sama » Tue Mar 03, 2009 2:12 am

Fanny wrote:
Existentialist1844 wrote: Also, its interesting how certain myths are only indigenous to certain areas. For instance, The Jersey Devil. Isnt it interesting how people from Jersey only report seeing the Jersey Devil. Once a myth gets started, it spreads throughout the whole community. Nessie in Ireland, the yeti in only certain parts, etc. Either 1) these animals can only thrive in the environment which people see them (which is highly unlikely, considering other part of the world can support life) or 2) something along the lines of mass hysteria.
:doh: :lol:

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Post by Existentialist1844 » Tue Mar 03, 2009 2:12 am

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Existentialist1844 wrote:Shifting to other paranormal activities?

Expand please........
The current fav is the Da Vinci Code and it's offshoots. I follow fringe literature and this is a major player right now. (BTW, I have five CD of "Atlantis Rising" in PDF if you're interested in such.)
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Post by Feck » Tue Mar 03, 2009 2:16 am

Da vinci code :banghead: wouldn't even mind so much if he made up his own fiction but he robbed it from a line of other peoples work
people can be so easily lead ,Bill Hicks was so right about marketing , on so many levels .
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Post by Fanny » Tue Mar 03, 2009 2:17 am

Gawdzilla wrote:
Existentialist1844 wrote:Shifting to other paranormal activities?

Expand please........
The current fav is the Da Vinci Code and it's offshoots. I follow fringe literature and this is a major player right now. (BTW, I have five CD of "Atlantis Rising" in PDF if you're interested in such.)

The Da Vinci Code was such a shite book. It was like dan brown just bastardised bits out of wikipedia, and drivelled and slobbered like a moron in between. The M.Night Shyamalan of the popular fiction section.
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Post by Gawdzilla Sama » Tue Mar 03, 2009 2:20 am

Existentialist1844 wrote:
Gawdzilla wrote:
Existentialist1844 wrote:Shifting to other paranormal activities?

Expand please........
The current fav is the Da Vinci Code and it's offshoots. I follow fringe literature and this is a major player right now. (BTW, I have five CD of "Atlantis Rising" in PDF if you're interested in such.)
Send it over! :tup:
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Post by Gawdzilla Sama » Tue Mar 03, 2009 2:21 am

mrenutt4 wrote:Da vinci code :banghead: wouldn't even mind so much if he made up his own fiction but he robbed it from a line of other peoples work
people can be so easily lead ,Bill Hicks was so right about marketing , on so many levels .
"Holy Blood, Holy Grail" made into a thriller.
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Post by soul_biscuit » Tue Mar 03, 2009 3:22 am

Fanny wrote:
Gawdzilla wrote:
Existentialist1844 wrote:Shifting to other paranormal activities?

Expand please........
The current fav is the Da Vinci Code and it's offshoots. I follow fringe literature and this is a major player right now. (BTW, I have five CD of "Atlantis Rising" in PDF if you're interested in such.)

The Da Vinci Code was such a shite book. It was like dan brown just bastardised bits out of wikipedia, and drivelled and slobbered like a moron in between. The M.Night Shyamalan of the popular fiction section.
I enjoyed it while I was in it, but felt dirty afterwards. I'm sure someone can think of a good analogy for that situation.

He built a decent structure of suspense around some shitty writing.
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Post by Red Katie » Sun Mar 08, 2009 6:30 am

Gawdzilla wrote:
Existentialist1844 wrote:I also find the Chupacabra a funny myth. I mean, a creature that sucks blood out of cow is hilarious. :hilarious:
Vampire bats do it.
Technically, not true. Vampire bats don't suck. They bite the animal, then lick up the blood that flows from the wound.
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Post by Red Katie » Sun Mar 08, 2009 6:31 am

Existentialist1844 wrote: Nessie in Ireland,
Scotland
"Her eye was on the sparrow. Her mind was on the dove,
But no one cared and no one dared to speak to her of love.
Her eyes are always hooded. Her claws are sharp as steel.
We teach her not to see too much. We teach her not to feel."

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Re: Gawd-you might like this!!!

Post by Gawdzilla Sama » Sun Mar 08, 2009 11:34 am

Red Katie wrote:
Existentialist1844 wrote: Nessie in Ireland,
Scotland
Glad I didn't have to point that one out. :twisted:
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Gawdzilla wrote:
Red Katie wrote:
Existentialist1844 wrote: Nessie in Ireland,
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Glad I didn't have to point that one out. :twisted:
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Post by Gawdzilla Sama » Sun Mar 08, 2009 11:47 am

Animavore wrote:
Gawdzilla wrote:
Red Katie wrote:
Existentialist1844 wrote: Nessie in Ireland,
Scotland
Glad I didn't have to point that one out. :twisted:
Dummy :lol:
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