mokrie dela

December 24, 2000 9:14 am
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Shadow, Don’t feel bad, I live on shakey ground myself. As they used to say, you threw a hissy fit. HAHA We take turns on this board. Your always interesting with or without hairs; and your opinion in always important wether provable or not. Heck, I never shut up and I can’t prove anything myself.

mokrie dela

December 23, 2000 9:31 am
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Wow, what can be added to that! I do recall reading that “radiolaria”, a fossilized form of tiny sea life has been found in layers of dirt at high elevations in the darndest places around the earth. I know nothing of bibical things but when you find petrofied itty bitty fishies in mountain ranges, something incredible happened involving a whole lot of water.

mokrie dela

December 22, 2000 6:35 pm
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It’s ok, we can wait while you extract that wild hair from your butt.

mokrie dela

December 22, 2000 12:28 pm
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That’s right Time, I also heard that origionally the continent of Africa was connected to America by a connecting land mass. I believe that’s part of the Atlantis theory, that it was the connecting land. I know there are some incredible things underwater off of Biminy. (can’t spell it or find it) There are huge greek collums with huge hands at the top holding some sort of ball. Also what looks like roads made of hand cut flat stones that would break a fork lift. What I would’nt give to time travel to before that sunk and see it it all it’s glory. It’s must have been beautiful beyond comprehension.

mokrie dela

December 21, 2000 3:42 pm
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Also flooding could easily occur with monsoon rains lasting anywhere past 5 days in a region of low ground. And don’t forget in those days, “the world” was defined as that small region only. These people had never been to Switzerland! (Hi Time, missed you you ole rattle snake.)

mokrie dela

December 20, 2000 11:44 pm
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Yes

mokrie dela

November 16, 2000 9:35 am
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_0 —Just popped in for a minute. If your on the level could you be so kind as to drop me off in 1880. No, I’m not kidding. If you pick up hitch hikers I’d really like a ride. Also, I’ve missed you Pamela and Time and the ever evasive Doc.