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Starseed
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#166 | Posted: 4 Oct 2010 21:37
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RICHPLANET.NET:
Why are you posting stuff about circlemakers.

As I revealed in my film, Lundberg is working for MI5. He was recruited by them in 1992 when he was at Slade art college, they also pay the rent on his London apartment. He has been paid since then to make the crop circles. This is a deliberate tack by the intelligence agency to divert attention away from unexplained circles and has been going on for at least 20 years. And it looks like they have been successful in fooling Stephen Fry and others.

That is the irony of the QI piece. Stephen Fry and his un-funny mates thought they were being clever by making fun of the phenomenon, not realising they were being used to propogate the idea that all circles are man-made and also not realising that John Lundberg is an agent of MI5.

The joke is on the tit that is Stephen Fry.

THAT IS WHY I POSTED IT!!!!

Fry is usually a good guy!

He either has not looked into it - (probably)

or

He is working - get this - for the BBC!!!

The whole prog - moon landings etc. was to put skeptics in their 'place' Propaganda in comedy. Fuckers.

I posted the CS stuff to get a reaction. Of course it goes on to say that this explanation only explains '80%' but I only posted this bit as a teaser...
Starseed
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#167 | Posted: 4 Oct 2010 21:39 | Edited by: Starseed
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?????
Starseed
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#168 | Posted: 4 Oct 2010 21:44 | Edited by: Starseed
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dark star:
Good question that;seems like Starseed , Stephen Fry and Richard Dawkins are similar characters.

There is scientific evidence that crops have been damaged by a microwave that causes the fluid in the stems to heat up thus bending the crop.
Many formations are hoaxes,but not all of them.Its a matter of facts really,and ofcourse having a fair and unbiased mind which Mr Fry has,nt.

I believe that some formations are from an advanced intelligence,some are from advanced human technology and a lot of hoaxes.

And you DS - Well...

Here`s a carrot... PFFFTTT

Yes, that evil Dawkins again. Do you think Mr Fry has his own plank? We meet up in the summer months to play practical Jokes on DarkAge fools...
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#169 | Posted: 4 Oct 2010 22:34 | Edited by: RICHPLANET.NET
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Stephen Fry has waded into the BBC salary leak scandal, claiming he earns more presenting QIthan the 245,000 Jeremy Paxman is paid for University Challenge -but adding they both deserve such rates. Speaking to Broadcastafter being named best game show presenter at the Rose d'Or awards in Switzerland, Fry said: 'I do 13 episodes of QI. I wouldn't want to upset Jeremy but I think it's a bit more than [his salary]. But then, I have to think on my feet all the time rather than just saying 'yes', 'no' or 'come on, come on'.'


Stephen Fry wears golden hand cuffs. Can you imagine him speaking "the truth" with the concern it might end his BBC gravy train career. They would drop him like a stone if he started having his own opinion.
Starseed
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#170 | Posted: 4 Oct 2010 22:57
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RICHPLANET.NET:
Stephen Fry wears golden hand cuffs. Can you imagine him speaking "the truth" with the concern it might end his BBC gravy train career. They would drop him like a stone if he started having his own opinion.

Exactly.

But I can see him doing the precise hatchet job he did on QI this week with the help of a BBC sponsored Lundberg team.

"If Fry said it, it must be true Dear, he`s terribly clever you know"

Prime time TV on a very watchable show. We lose every time...
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#171 | Posted: 4 Oct 2010 23:12 | Edited by: RICHPLANET.NET
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On yesterdays TV, you could say the same about these two,

Johnny Ball and David Bellamy. If they said it was true .. it was true. Eventually they spoke out and were dropped like stones and are now not allowed on TV. They have both spoken at AV conferences. One day Fry could end up there, but we will have some spineless wannabe taking Frys shoes.

The problem is the instigators of this corrupt system are hidden behind a veil.
Starseed
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#172 | Posted: 5 Oct 2010 07:31
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RICHPLANET.NET:
Johnny Ball and David Bellamy. If they said it was true .. it was true. Eventually they spoke out and were dropped like stones and are now not allowed on TV.

Very important point.

Used to love that Johnny Ball show when I was a Kid (the science one-what was it called?)

Anyway, I think Fry had not been given the facts - obviously, about crop circles. BUT, at the same time, he pissed all over the moon landings being faked, in some detail. Although - Lets face it, we DID go to the moon, or did we not tin hatters?
Starseed
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#173 | Posted: 5 Oct 2010 19:20
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The only good question that needs to be answered about crop circles (except for some technical issues-granted-if they indeed do exist) is this:

Why, over the recent years do they keep on getting bigger and better?

It does tend to lend itself to a human 'vanity' angle.

You know - 'you made that so I`ll go one better' and 'you go one better, have a look at this one then'.

Know what I mean? If they were made by some mysterious force, then why did the mysterious force not make the big clever designed ones a long time ago? They are using the same 'forces' to make them surely?

It is a good question though.
dark star
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#174 | Posted: 5 Oct 2010 19:38
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The genuine ones are simple designs.
Starseed
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#175 | Posted: 5 Oct 2010 20:22
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dark star:
The genuine ones are simple designs.

Like???

First I`ve heard of that? You sure? Post a link to a genuine one will ya.
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#176 | Posted: 5 Oct 2010 20:25
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Starseed:
Like???

First I`ve heard of that? You sure? Post a link to a genuine one will ya.

Have you not seen Crop Circles the Hidden Truth
ImOverHere
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#177 | Posted: 5 Oct 2010 20:36
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I agree completly with Richards comments regarding Stephen Fry and his relationship with the BBC.
Has there ever been a map or chart showing a global correlation of cropcircles ? This would be a good indication to being manmade or not.
If ETs were trying to leave a message wouldn't they be repeating the same pattern time after time untill it was understood and then move onto the next?
If ETs want to leave a message what about using the polar caps or nice flat sea ice as a medium. There must be more ways then bending a few bits of cultivated grass. The fact that this is more or less the only place we see these "message patterns" makes me a bit sceptical about their origin.
dark star
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#178 | Posted: 5 Oct 2010 20:44 | Edited by: dark star
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RICHPLANET.NET:
Have you not seen Crop Circles the Hidden Truth

He probably has but just likes being contrary.

A study done by behavial scientists showed that trouble makers get a 'high' from conflict which becomes addictive.The advent of the internet has given the 'trouble-junky' the perfect tool to feed his habit.
Starseed
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#179 | Posted: 5 Oct 2010 22:58 | Edited by: Starseed
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ImOverHere:
Has there ever been a map or chart showing a global correlation of cropcircles ? This would be a good indication to being manmade or not.

Yes 99% of all crop circles are man made in the UK. A few are made when students travel abroad.

(Joke) - but most are here I`m afraid.
Starseed
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#180 | Posted: 5 Oct 2010 23:03 | Edited by: Starseed
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dark star:
A study done by behavial ( behavial) scientists showed that trouble makers get a 'high' from conflict which becomes addictive.The advent of the internet has given the 'trouble-junky' the perfect tool to feed his habit.

And 'YES MEN' are dullards who can not think for themselves but ride others coat tails...

Sorry if I have caused you ' trouble ' . Dark Ages...

What you like to call 'conflict' - others call discussion.

And any study you refer to would be one you made up in your mind (judging by your previous views on things) Supply supporting 'evidence' for your 'study' OR YOU MADE IT UP.

Add something to the Crop circle discussion instead of picking on the person, at least offer an opinion. You are becoming very, very boring using this lame approach instead of anything constructive. You need some 'BEHAVIAL' (quote) therapy.
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