Alien Abductions Feb 6, 2020 17:41:50 GMT
Post by drwu on Feb 6, 2020 17:41:50 GMT
I haven't done anything like Skype in a few years....I'll send you a pm about contact possibilities.
I apologize for the tardy reply. I am not ignoring you. It takes a bit out of me to chat about that period in my life, a lot happened and I'm still smoking in a few places from it all. I will reply in a day or two, when I get more time to devote to the reply.
As for private communications, writing is exhausting in my opinion, I've been posting using computers since before the advent of the InterNet, and personally, I prefer verbal chats in any case. If you'd care to chat by Skype, that would be cool, but then others here in the forum would miss out of the dialog, and I suspect, judging by the numbers of 'guests' that I suspect many are Hollywood theme media people. And anything that edifies those intransitives who believe ET subjects to be non-sense might enable them to write interesting and maybe even informed ET related entertainment.
Back in the old days of the 'Net, when news-groups were the intellectual hangouts of academic world, I was a posting member of the alt.alien.ufo newsgroup. As a side trivia, one of the posters there, was a fellow by the name of Richard Dolan. He was a smart and informed fellow, it was always good to read his posts as he debated with uninformed, lay-experts. But back to the point, I noticed that after a few weeks, a few of our abandoned discussions threads would seem to match the themes of the UAP related X-Files episodes. After a time, members of the newsgroup were then citing the shows as being validation for their theories, not realizing that the show writers were using our threads as the basis for their shows! X-Files had become one of the most popular shows on TV due to our information. Hah!
When I mentioned the matter, the shows took a different path and no longer reflected our newsgroup thinking.
How do you feel about skype?
I prefer written contact via e -mails for the most part ,but I'm open to another idea.