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   xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Jun 29 11:53 PM

June 30, 2008: Fess Up

I know these weren't made by little green men from Mars.

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Flint  Monday Jun 30 12:04 AM

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Cloud  Monday Jun 30 01:30 AM

do dah do dah do dah -- X Files music --> Daughter No. 2 was just bending my ear about crop circles; how she saw this amazing documentary on them; how no one knows for sure who makes them, do dah do dah



whitjohn  Monday Jun 30 04:45 AM

My mind is not programed and is open to possibilities...who/whatever intelligence created and is still creating these has my respect for beauty in design. Awesome!



DucksNuts  Monday Jun 30 07:34 AM

Some them would make cool tatts.

I wonder if you can find out what they mean?



nil_orally  Monday Jun 30 08:20 AM

Sorry. It was only meant to be a bit of harmless fun.



Griff  Monday Jun 30 09:16 AM

yeah, we were just fooling with our gps mapping feature



Sheldonrs  Monday Jun 30 09:37 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by DucksNuts View Post
...I wonder if you can find out what they mean?
Roughly translated:

"This planet scheduled for demolition in 2012 to make way for a mega-giant Galaxy-Mart. Hard-hat area."


monster  Monday Jun 30 09:47 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sheldonrs View Post
Hard-hat area.
You're obsessed


paddlegal  Monday Jun 30 12:45 PM

My opinion is that they are created by winds. Mathmetics is a part of nature and everything relates to everything else. Life IS a circle.



birdclaw  Monday Jun 30 01:13 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by DucksNuts View Post
Some them would make cool tatts.

I wonder if you can find out what they mean?
We can only hope they mean "Do not probe".


Imigo Jones  Monday Jun 30 01:25 PM

The term "crop circles" hardly does justice in describing such attractive, complex patterns. It pales next to the reality just as our brains are puny compared to the those of the patterns' creators, with their sky-high craniums and bulging frontal lobes.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Cloud View Post
no one knows for sure who makes them, do dah do dah
De Camptown racetrack five miles long,
Oh, de do dah day! :p

Den fly along like a rail-road car,
Doo-dah! doo-dah!
Runnin' a race wid a shootin' star,
Oh, de doo-dah-day!


Agrospirograms are aliens' racetracks and grazing grounds.


pandybat  Monday Jun 30 02:22 PM

PHOTOSHOPPED!!

Ok...that was totally a joke!


I love crop circles. Someone has a pretty intricate imagination. I still wonder if it's a group of people and how they manage to keep doing it for so long.



sweetwater  Monday Jun 30 02:48 PM

My theory is that long-neglected and lonely Spirographs are sneaking out of the attics at night and phoning home in their characteristic Spirograph-y way.



spudcon  Monday Jun 30 03:20 PM

What does this one mean?



Karenv  Monday Jun 30 03:24 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by pandybat View Post
Ok...that was totally a joke!


I love crop circles. Someone has a pretty intricate imagination. I still wonder if it's a group of people and how they manage to keep doing it for so long.
I think they used Spirographs, with really big wheels.


BeltNah  Monday Jun 30 05:54 PM

I've seen a video of people making these crop circles. Was pretty interesting. They use some very simple techniques though, long pieces of wood to flatten a large area infront of them as they walk along in patterns.



lookout123  Monday Jun 30 07:09 PM

Were these "people" tall and kind of grayish looking?



Sundae  Monday Jun 30 07:27 PM

Now you're blaming Bruce Forsyth?!



newtimer  Monday Jun 30 08:01 PM

Time to 'fess up? OK, you found me. I made that round one.



Scriveyn  Tuesday Jul 1 08:38 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by sweetwater View Post
My theory is that long-neglected and lonely Spirographs are sneaking out of the attics at night and phoning home in their characteristic Spirograph-y way.
Yes, the called them geometric chucks in those days:




HungLikeJesus  Tuesday Jul 1 09:59 AM

I want to know what they redacted.

That picture is as good as porn to some Dwellers.



glatt  Tuesday Jul 1 10:10 AM

The electric motor attached to it on the side there looks out of place.



Shawnee123  Tuesday Jul 1 11:21 AM

I used to date Geometric Chuck. He was such a square. Always had me running around in circles trying to figure out his angle. One night, I cornered him and he confessed: he was involved in a love triangle with a woman with a great figure, which was not congruent to my long-term goals. The proof was right in front of me.



Scriveyn  Tuesday Jul 1 12:15 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Shawnee123 View Post
I used to date Geometric Chuck. ...
Oh yeah, he's still got the knickers you left behind.




BigV  Tuesday Jul 1 12:25 PM

That is just ... twisted.



Shawnee123  Tuesday Jul 1 01:56 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Scriveyn View Post
Oh yeah, he's still got the knickers you left behind.

Quote:
Originally Posted by BigV View Post
That is just ... twisted.


Yeah, you can see how long ago it was, when my big fat ass could still fit in that particular pair of mobius undies.


SPUCK  Wednesday Jul 2 06:15 AM

I like that crop circle in the far right column that actually looks like a sink hole! (concentric circles)



slang  Friday Jul 4 02:46 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sheldonrs View Post
"This planet scheduled for demolition in 2012 to make way for a mega-giant Galaxy-Mart. Hard-hat area."
That's the funniest thing I've seen in quite a while. I don't get out much though.


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