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31. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

No problem, Beerman.;)

32. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5595 posts) 9y

Quoting beerman

Quoting Mel.

I was just joking Beerman.
I was saying, all the things I said, in this thread, in a mock serious way.
I thought I made my comments silly enough, for everybody to see it was a joke.

I did not take your tone as a joke and I don't think others did either.

Sorry...but I did....but then is one big joke Although I can be serious....seriously;)

33. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Quoting beerman

I have seen and heard things that cannot be explained by modern science or even religion.

Now, back to the topic.

Yes indeed, anything is possible.
We are only limited, by the boundries of our immagination.
Dont u hate, when people say "pigs might fly", in that cynical way?

[ Edit: Edited on Jul 4, 2007, at 1:19 PM by Mel. ]

34. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5595 posts) 9y

Although many things which thought to be supernatural or whatever, were just natural things that had happened. Some examples: the grain circles, lights in the sky.....not to say there could not be things being supernatural, I experienced it myself, but lots of things just are not!

35. Posted by emma1979 (Full Member 126 posts) 9y

My cousin's granny died recently. She was really really old and had been on morphine for weeks - longer than any person should have survived the doses of morphine. She died the 40 years to the day that her husband died and 6 years to the day her grand-daughter killed herself. and there was a nurse in the hospital who had known her and looked after her and told her family she was praying for her. The day before she died the nurse told my auntie she'd been praying for her and that somebody was coming to collect her either the next morning or evening. she died the next morning on the anniversary of these deaths. i'm not a religous person by any means but this whole thing has left me questioning my beliefs on the afterlife a wee bit...

36. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 9y

When I was in my teens, I had a box of beer that seemed to disappear before my eyes. I then became quite dizzy and a strange feeling took over me. I fell asleep and woke about 12 hours later.

To this day, I believe I was abducted by aliens.

37. Posted by mikeyBoab (Travel Guru 5077 posts) 9y

Quoting james

When I was in my teens, I had a box of beer that seemed to disappear before my eyes. I then became quite dizzy and a strange feeling took over me. I fell asleep and woke about 12 hours later.

To this day, I believe I was abducted by aliens.

My goodness, it must've been traumatic. Were you . . . sore?

38. Posted by lagered (Budding Member 230 posts) 9y

This is a common and downright scary occurrence! BLS (beer loss syndrome) can lead to thoughts of abduction by higher forms of life. Those finding themselves with little to no beer left should prepare themselves for certain doom. BLS is not widely known to cause permanent damage however one may be persuaded to cut down the mightiest tree in the forest with a herring.

Could ET be real this post asks? why not? as a scientist myself I know that I and no one else (even Steven Hawking... why is he involved in this?) can disprove the existence of another life form. Since this is the basis for science, it sounds like we are on the right track.

39. Posted by Pardus (Respected Member 2356 posts) 9y

More and more evidence for the alien lifeforms are surfacing every day.
Only recently scientists discovered new subspecies of humans. They named them Homo Beermanni. These creatures are usually found around large vats of fermented hop and seem to thrive on homemade lasagne and rum. Additional to that another subspecies has emerged - Homo Beermanni Tylerensis who attaches itself to large groups of tourists.
It is said that those two species of human can turn any matter into synthetic gas (with the exception of radioactive material which tends to cause them heartburn).
Further studies are required and it's expected that they take a long time since both species tend to delay ever process they're involved in.

Next week: Homo Gretchiensis Felidae and Homo Hienis Duriensis.

40. Posted by lagered (Budding Member 230 posts) 9y

Cunning are the Homo Beermani Tylerensis. Characterized by stunning good looks and an exceptional ability to handle all sorts of grain and plant material the Homo Beermani Tylerensis are amazing creatures. No one seems to have been more than temporary incapacitated by the creature to date. Their standard defense method of attack seems to come prepackaged in fairly standard serving sizes. Only one known bearded case was ever found to take advantage of incapacitated Scotsman. Also noted was their unusal tendency to be made famous by the Irish. When an unusual species Philander Cameramos Editenious was found in close accords with a Homo Beerman Tylerensis, locals were stunned to find random acts of howling coming from the Philander's study. More at 11!

[ Edit: Edited on Jul 5, 2007, at 7:23 AM by lagered ]