I am sure that is true Morgan. However, how many crafts do you think they have? When I was in New Mexico, 4 of us driving home at night stopped and witnessed an air show like I have never seen before. These 'UFO's' were doing arial acrobactics at speeds I didn't know existed. And I counted up to 28, before being unable to count anymore.
No, they weren't meteors...b/c meteors dont change direction, nor do they stop in mid air and then take off again. There are 4 credible witnesses to this.
If all these craft were from military projects (which is a possibility, but highly improbable) then I would be peeved that the government was spending so much on so many craft instead of putting the funds to better use, ie. health care and education.
I have seen true UFO's on 3 different occassions. Where they come from, or who made them is anyones guess. But I do know, b/c I spoke to a militant, that what I saw was like nothing we have.
And to add a question for all, why is it so hard to believe that aliens do not exist?
Well, here's a funny story. Recently my hubby's uncle was out hunting and took his camcorder. He saw an eagle above and started shooting footage. But he also caught a UFO on tape whizzing by. I am looking forward to viewing the tape (assuming we ever see it).
No hon, not necessarily random, but maybe, who ever really knows.
ok, now it maybe difficult to phrase this in the way I mean it but I will give it a go...lol...maybe my point in regards to my comment will make itself clear through a narrative.
Many years ago when I was in college I remember sitting around with a few ppl. I was 18 yrs at the time and as sure of myself and my place in the world and absolute (or so I thought) with my opinions on life, etc. There was a girl in the same course who was 27 yrs old. She gave me one of my definitive moments in life. She told of how nothing in our phases of existance is permanent and nothing is ever fixed. How we see ourselves at that age, and how we view the world will change as we grow into adulthood. OUr perceptions, ideas, opinions will change as we grow, b/c it HAS to due to life experience. When we reach about 30 yrs, we become more rigid and set in our ways and it becomes harder to accept change (unless we are open to it-although she emphatically said no to that idea). I remember listening intently to her. I remember arguing emphatically that she was wrong on many levels and that as sure of myself at the age of 18 yrs, that I would be the same person when I am 30, 50 etc...
She calmy said, "you will see". And she sure as buttere she was right.
So the point is, and truly not being or trying to be condescending (although I can understand how it can be read so), your perceptions on everything WILL change from a small respect on some issues to a large respect on others.
And here comes the freakin cliche..lol..(Mills and Boon...blahhhh)..but there WILL be a person, who enters your life at one stage or another, whether it be random or predestined (and that can only be determined from an individuals belief system or whatever) that will sweep you off your feet. You will immediately reach for your rose coloured glasses and idolise the very ground this person walks upon. Then, as time goes by, you will exchange the rose coloured glasses for something more transparent and start to question the meaning of your relationship and if he has treated you badly you will piss him off and lose all faith in partners in general for a time. Then that inner need for butterflies once again arises and you will be open to other advances.
You say it won't happen, it can't happen, and even that if you aren't OPEn for it to happen, but IT WILL HAPPEN. You can argue the point with me to no resolve, but Morgan...(calmly), "you will see."
Hang in there Morgan! The fact that you are 'aware' of your parents bad relationship means that you are less likely of falling into the same type of senario. You are a much stronger and mature person b/c of it and are more likely to recognise 'signs' in any relationships you may have and be strong enough to show them the door if it does happen. Believe in yourself and know that only the best will do for you...and you shall have it!
I think ppl have many soulmates...not always of the opposite gender variety. Like 'kindred spirits'. Ppl who are 'alike' or from the same batch or..well you get the idea..'like mindedness'etc. I used to whole heartedly believe in the concept of 'soulmates' but now am at a point of questioning it. Some days I think it's a load of crap, but then universal faith kicks in, and the hope is ever there!
Communisim is beautiful in theory but really does not work practically as has been proven.
Capitalism is also good b/c is always for enterprise and inventiveness which progresses society (maybe too fast sometimes)
Socialism allows for the welfare state with a little capitalism thrown in...that would be my pick. I think the government needs to look out for its citizens. We should ALL have access to free education, free medical and support mechanisms in times of tough times and unemployment.
Hmm....truley..straight from the mouth of a cynic. Would love to see the statistics that he is 90% wrong. And tell me...out of 3500 ppl who did NOT have allocated seats and sat anywhere they wished to; how did he find these particular ppl that were already scammed within the audience????? (Keeping in mind he could not see past the 6th row and had stage lights in his eyes the whole time. (anyone who has acted on stage will be able to tell you that you can't see diddly squat in the audience due to the lights) Come up with any hyperthetical you like, I will be able to negate it. I am a sceptic. I was there. How many live shows have YOU seen to make such an uneducated and under researched claim that he is a con?
I was also waiting in line for hours, and apart from ppl talking about WHO they hope to hear from, there was NO discussion as to details BECAUSE no one wanted to give anything away for the same fear as yourself...that there were planted ppl in line waiting to pass on info.
You are entitled to your opinion, I respect that. What an eloborate and expensive ruse he would be undertaking before every show. The ONLY possible way he could obtain that specific info would be to have planted ppl in line. As I said, I was in line and no one was talking.
He was a lovely guy. He said some awesome things about Australia (being the only country besides the US that he has put on a show- his reason; "It's not like I'm going to run out of dead ppl in the States"). He has been appraoched by other countries to do shows for them but has always said point blank 'NO'. When he was asked to come here, he immmediately said yes and all his staff were completely shocked. He said that in the States he has found that 20% are believers in things spiritual without question, 20% are sceptic or cynics and the other 60% are open but unsure. In Oz he said that 80% were spiritual without question. He finds us the most spiritually awakened country he has been too. So that was nice to know.
There were a couple of ppl who struggled with his reading (or not wanting to give anything away). He didn't get poopy, just pushed them abit (LOL). Eg. He would say, "blah blah blah", they would respond "no", he would respond "yes", they would respond "no", he would respond "YES", they would respond, "oh my, now I remember".
Towards the end of the show there was abit of frustration. He was trying to locate / connect with a person in the audience but no one was budging. He kept saying, it's an "S" name, and I also received the message he was getting and was in my seat saying under my breath "IT's Sally, say Sally" and eventually Mr Edwards got it. LOL. So in a way I connected too so that was fun.
The dead visitors consisted of drownings, 2 murders, and ppl who died from illness. The murder stories were really interesting. I will write more later. Gotta take the young one to the loo. :-)
Well, I saw him and he was absolutely awesome, charismatic and incredibly funny. They were filming the show (about 3500 ppl) and will air in about 6 mths..so look out for me..lol. (4th row from the front). It was fabulous. He was so good and in this instance was absolutely accurate. It was abit surreal, felt like you were watching the show. There were some sad stories, some funny ones. About 16 ppl had readings (not myself or anyone in our party) but the entertainment value was worth every cent.
He is on his way to Australia for a few shows here. I know Cortica has tickets and am hoping one of her party dips out so I get the spot! I think a behind the scenes look of the show will be very insighful. I think he is rather good, but lets face it, all he does is say "HI" from dead people. There's no 'what's in the future' stuff. So unless you have unfinished business with a dead dude, it's more of a viewing for entertainment sake. Still, I will take that kind of entertainment any day!
US Attorney General John Ashcroft was visiting an elementary school. After a few minutes of speaking he says, I will now answer any questions you have. Timmy stands up and says: I have four questions: 1. How did Bush win the election with fewer votes than Gore? 2. Why haven't you caught Osama bin Laden? 3. Why are you using the American Patriot Act to limit civil liberties? 4. Where are the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq? Just then the bell goes off and the kids rushed out to play! Upon returning, Mr. Ashcroft said: "I am sorry we were interrupted. I will answer any questions you have." A little girl named Julie stands up and says: I have six questions: 1. How did Bush win the election with fewer votes than Gore? 2. Why haven't you caught Osama bin Laden? 3. Why are you using the American Patriot Act to limit civil liberties? 4. Where are the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq? 5. Why did the bell ring twenty minutes early? 6. Where is Timmy?