bobprin's Wall User Forums User News Links Comments: 729 Total Stars: 22 Messages Please log in or become a member to add a post. Websites No websites added. Recent Public Comments Forum: the origin of religionPosted:6/18/2013 12:59:36 PMJax is right, too many slagging contests. However not much is going on paranormal wise. So I will tell you the legend of Pithole. Pithole Pa was in the 1890s the producer of 99% of the worlds crude oil supply. A large pocket was discovered in a small valley 20 miles east of oil city. The finder bought the farm from the orgional settlers for $65 dollars. There is a large pile of glacier stones at the west end of the valley where a deep hole is located. The local seneca indians shunned the area saying it was the home of evil spirits. Sounds are heard coming from the hole sounding like moans and crying. The town was an oil rush disaster. It grew in one week from a tent and the origional farm house and barn to almost two hundred shelters, tents, and quickly built saloons and stores. There were appx 600 wells dug some as close as ten feet apart. It soon became a place of lawlessness and debauchery. A man was noted who walked around at night dressed all in black going in and out of the saloons and gambling houses laughing but never taking a drink or placing a wager. He was also present at all the killings and fights grinning and laughing all the while. In the 4 years the town boomed there were 2300 unnatural deaths. There were also many disappearances but the people paid scant attention to them. The oil began to dry up and there wss a fire that leveled the town. It was said the man in black was dancing in the street as the town burned. There was a half hearted attempt to rebuild but the boom was pretty much over. As the years passed the area was scavanged and forgotten. Nothing would grow there as the soil was soaked with oil for many years until a new layer of soil happened and even today there is only grass and weeds with a few bushes. There have been several hunting accidents and lost hunters over the years, more than in any other area. In 1980 the state historical comission bought half of the site and erected a cement block building that is used as a museum and picture gallery of the town. In july of 1981 during construction of the building a man came walking up out of the field, he was dressed all in black with an ankle length coat and broad brimmed hat. He did not appear to be sweating said one of the workers who witnessed this, even though it was in the ninetys and very humid. He had a huge grin on his face as he asked the workmen what they were doing. He was told about the museum. He shook his head and laughed out loud, saying "good, there will be lots of people again." With that he turned and walked away for about 50 yards and then vanished.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:6/17/2013 7:41:14 PMKitty is home and doing just fine. Had us scared for a while. The vet lady gave it steroids for reducing the brain swelling. So if in the future you hear of a white fluffy mountain lion roaming the forest you will know where it came from.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:6/17/2013 7:05:26 AMI want to thank everyone for their concern of kitty the cat. Mary wants to go to the local magistrate today about this. I think thats a bad idea but I won't stop her. Also we'll go to the vets and see how its doing. We didn't get a call yesterday so I guess its still alive. Now why would a cats color affect its sight and hearing? It would if its an albino but we have none of those. We have a few black cats but they seem normal we got a few grey and white ones, a couple burmise without tails. Damn, there are a lot of cats here! I never paid all that much attention to them before. Maybe if adolf had tried breeding cats instead of aryans the world would be different.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:6/16/2013 2:57:21 PMWe produce many things, detroit is on an upswing even if the electric cars are a bust. We produce food, we feed a lot of people. We produce entertainment better than anyone. We produce hope, the fact that anyone can succeed in this country. We are becoming closer to being energy independant. I have a very optimistic outlook for the future of this country. It would be even more optimistic if we got back into space in a big way.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:6/16/2013 4:40:04 AMIt was the white fluffy female kitty, if it has a name it hasn't told us yet. I have several relatives who are JWs and have been exposed to that form of religion since the early 60's. Their propaganda borders on inanity, and is presented in a child like form. Their interpretations of the bible are twisted toward the reaping of money to "spread the word". They built a new hall near here with pretty fancy landscaping and faux rusticism. Nice. But underneath it all its all about the money. The vet bill will be expensive, but we are responsible to the cats and I think each one is precious. Yes Gary you are correct, they believe they are on a mission. A holy mission. At least they don't strap bombs on themselves and blow up the farmers market. They are kinda like the amish in regards to government. They won't support it but don't mind embracing the benefits.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:6/15/2013 8:22:21 PMNice history lesson professor Gary! The jehovah witnesses stopped by today and I wasn't home. Good thing, one of them, a very large round lady stepped on one of the kittens. The kitty was severly injured and is in the vets care now with possible brain damage. The lady hustled to her car and left. Mary is sooo pissed. Accidents happen, but at least she could have shown some concern. I think I'll make a circular sign with a purple triangle with a line through it for the driveway. The purple triangle is how the nazis identified the jehovah witnesses in the concentration camps.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:6/15/2013 7:44:43 AMI don't know, I seem to question everything I find on the internet except those things I know are true. Clark Gable was a local boy from the same area as Sharon Stone. Western Pa. So your grandfather was a bodyguard for a hillbilly, I bet that was a hard job. (Dripping with sarcasm) That's nice that adolf liked the americans. He sure didn't like us in 1944. Also I must make note that his belief in the occult did not help him in the end.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:6/14/2013 7:56:31 PMSpooky, you think in evil ways. Way cool. Mary is thrilled to have a new friend. A convention would be cool, it would have to be in the winter for us. Wack-a-Gary? Huh. I did some googling and there was no mention of plant based six fingered aliens. The only plausable account has the russians capturing the ufo craft. There was a cool post of a 4000 year old crash site in the grand canyon. But even if the nazis had a ufo and escaped to anartica to plan the fourth reich they would be dead or damn close by now. However, anything is possible. Adolf could appear in san diego goosestepping up garys driveway shouting for lemonade.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:6/13/2013 11:08:18 PMI sense trouble on the horizen. "Bobbie child?" Gaaroooan!€π£$##@&% Gary, I don't care about aids. The three million or so who died from it is too bad. I don't care about the kennedys and whatever impact they had or didn't have. Jewish lesbians don't make my heart beat any faster either. But if you could show me where to find information on the 1930's crash in germany with the six fingered ets, that I'm interested in. I did a half hearted search but not much luck.Forum: the origin of religionPosted:6/12/2013 8:53:05 PMA truly superb post. Yes, I agree the insiders need to become outsiders. The newly elect would have to go by the laws and guidelines instead of insider knowledge. The gov is way too secretive, with so many lies piled up they don't know how to tell the truth. It's so sad, this nation started out with such promise and hope for mankind. How it degenerated into this mess we have now is despicable.