Oooh. I recently stumbled across alt.legends.atlantis, a clearinghouse for completely insane people. Check these snippets out:
First, we need to cover the surface of the earth with a cloud of Argongas,
Next, onto the polymer clones [orchid people].
This experiment survived the crash along with the radioactive blood worms and the flourescent mosses that were not killed along with the astronauts...
HAARP microwave beams are behind the violent spate of twisters and tornadoes and floods in the U.S. Midwest
One other important thing. If you speak a foreign language, or several, it will help you resist the telepaths.
Please ... let us start a thread right here where hundreds and thousands CONFESS!!
Does anyone else have visions of the Spanish Inquisition with that last quote? I’ll also note that there were no replies to that thread….
Doesn't surprise me that Axel Springer AG is part of the
nano-chipimplant super-classifiedprograms of mind control and telepathy at Fort Bragg.
You know, I don't think much about spelling when I'm writing the posts.
Wow. I just got a bit of spam that must have been generated by an impressively smart bot:
From: "Stella James" firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: About your site — www.
Date: Tue, May 13, 2003 8:00 am
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To have pulled out the fact that I’ve put up information about Eburia is quite a feat, unless that was done manually by the spammer.