From: GT McCoy <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 1999 22:40:16 -0700 Fwd Date: Tue, 13 Apr 1999 04:59:29 -0400 Subject: Re: Crop 'Circlers' >Date: Mon, 12 Apr 1999 20:50:15 +0100 >To: UFO Updates <email@example.com> >From: John Hayes <firstname.lastname@example.org> >Subject: Crop 'Circlers' >Source: Netsurfer Digest Vol.5 Number 11 >http://www.eyewire.com/eyeopeners/cropsecrets.html >Crop Circlers >One night in 1978, after a few pints at the pub and a discussion >about UFOs, Doug Bower and his friend Dave Chorley made the >first crop circle, using a four-foot metal bar used to secure >the back door of Doug's art studio. Since then, crop circles Ah, Doug and Dave the Bartlyles and James of Crop Cricles. >have become a favorite spiritual art form, a medium whose >critics unusually believe some transcendent message can be >derived from wheat flattened by a board. The Circlemakers site >provides more responsible commentary. Ok, again,this Armadillo ventures out on I-10!! >Check out Top of the Crop, >photos of last year's most impressive creations. Included are >instructions on how to make your own crop circles. Farmers' >reactions to having their fields turned into UFO landing pads Ah, knowing more than a few farmers, and having been a farmer's son, why hasn't any of said Circulist's been reported with oh, say dog-bites, if the Brits are like any other farmers, there are more than a dog on the property - as in several. We had three or four including a Chiuauia/Wirehair mix that had the courage of a lion and the size of a Chiuaua. Why hadn't any of these guys had at least their Levis gnawed by farm dogs. If not a little rock salt or bird shot. Also, who are aware of comlpcated Madelbrot sets that can do them in one night, with perfection? Or nearly so? Just asking. -GT MCoy.
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