C. Gerges line of BULL...greenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
Come out, Come out, where ever you are...
You predicted earthquakes in the world this pastweekend...didn't happen.
You predicted planes falling from the sky for no apparent good reason...didn't happen.
You are a false prophet! LLLLOOOOOOOOSSSEEERRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
-- nonbeliever (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 26, 1999
Just yesterday a plane fell out of the sky for no appent reason. And there were several eathquakes. FYI
Very unusual fall from the sky I might add...
-- Helium (Heliumavid@yahoo.com), October 26, 1999.
Uh, I didn't see the original prediction, and for the most part, I don't believe in prophecy, BUT
Payne Stewert's (sp?) Lear jet fell out of the sky for no apparent reason.
There was an earthquake in NZ - 6.8 I believe.
Sorry, couldn't resist.
However, most of us would appreciate it if the subject matter would stay in this temporal plane.
Thanks for your attention
-- Jollyprez (email@example.com), October 26, 1999.
You're a day late & a dollar short. bardou told me I could come out from under the covers yesterday.
Better luck next time, have you tried the numerology thread yet? Was it a school holiday today or something?
-- flora (***@__._), October 26, 1999.
I knew I could flush you out!
-- gotcha (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 26, 1999.
English is my 3rd language, but understand this...if you will please re-read my first post, you will understand that no mention was specifically made of Northern California experiencing an earthquake this past weekend, only that earthquakes would occur, and that planes might possibly fall from the sky.
Perhaps a basic reading comprehension course could improve your understanding of paragraph literature. Thanks for the dictionary offer.
-- C. Gerges (email@example.com), October 26, 1999.
Helium and Jollyprez.
The last time I checked, running out of fuel is one of the primary reasons that airplanes fall to earth. You know-gravity, propulsion, lift,and all of those apparent things associated with successful and maintained flight. Please, you are not expected to absorb all of this in one settingtake your time.
-- Truth (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 26, 1999.
I can't vouch for Gerges, but I tell ya what really sinks my cork. People that fell over themselves to be the first one to post "NOSTRADAMUS WAS AN IDIOT" on August 1st.
The man reaches across 500 years of space and time to predict "the worlld's greatest disaster" for July 1999, and is possibly off by a few months. Therefore, he's branded an obvious fake.
-- a (email@example.com), October 26, 1999.
Truth: Explosive decompression at their altitude could easily have rendered the entire complement unconcious in seconds. The autopilot on the aircraft did its thing until JP-4 was gone. Been there - done that!
-- Neil G.Lewis (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 26, 1999.
As I recall, our superior linguist above has spelled it 'nostrildumbass'.
-- flora (***@__._), October 27, 1999.
Air intake valves on a plane are another concern.
-- Maggie (email@example.com), October 27, 1999.