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Watching B Rated Sci-Fi Movies.Loaded Full Of Questions!
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-13-2017 04:21 AM)
Just gimme a Startrek Orion Green Slave Girl.

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Something about the wording of this
thread seems off.... Ttpcmasm
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SCI-FI Watcher  Wrote: (02-13-2017 04:04 AM)
This Sunday I just watched back-to-back Horror and Sci-Fi all day. My last genre was a Sci-Fi movie from 1998 called, "The Colony"

Question! I laughed at the fact one of the extra terrestrials posing as a female human kept wearing things like short skirts and tight zipper pants with halter tops. Don't females in space ships get fired for being a CAPON tease. Then I thought well! Everytime I see a "Grey" documentary they never have clothes on. I mean have you ever seen a Grey with their clothes on?

Maybe they don't allow female greys on their ships.Or the male Greys look past the fact they have needs. How does all of that work?

Just curious!

The greys are likely animus...like a fancy spirit/flesh puppet for negative entities. They don't need clothes because it's just a vessel for them; spirits generally "eat" electricity/light; everything here is basically light that humans with souls produce but don't know they produce.

To stick with the thread I recommend Critters 4...I used to have critters of my own.

(Causality met)
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-13-2017 08:57 AM)
Something about the wording of this
thread seems off.... Ttpcmasm

Only one person answered my question. I had a bunch more to ask.

How could an extra terrestrial be my critter if they're more intelligent than me? Good flick though.I haven't seen that in years! I'll watch that next.
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Stick to B rated Horror....The truest of all art forms.




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I think of Greys and I relate scientists and doctors to surgeons. If extra terrestrials just would show themselves they could give us the technology to cure cancers and diseases. Equations we would have to be taught. I never thought of them as pets. Vampires are considered extra terrestrial to me.I suppose a male vampire could be a pet or a critter. They are the human noid variety. They have traits human males couldn't do.Well... Most average humans couldn't do. Nah! I'm ready for a para-normal scary B rated flick.It's now 12:30 midnight here and I'm ready to curl up to some fear. This morning I seen a "B" rated movie 2009 called, Hell House LLC

It was a movie based on a scary haunted house haunt that was open to the public for Halloween.What the haunted house/hotel was named in real life as a hotel was named after demon named, "Abaddon"

The movie had the complete wrong location.the real Hell house is located in Texas.The movie based it on a town named Abaddon which is alleged to be a small town 45 minutes outside of New York.

Why I even knew the name Abaddon was because of the series "Super Natural"

Question: Aren't these powerful demonesses demons extra terrestrial? I equate super natural powers in human-noid looking beings as extra terrestrials too. Doesn't that make sense?
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James  Wrote: (02-13-2017 10:35 AM)
Stick to B rated Horror....The truest of all art forms.




Wolf Creek was really good! I watched 1 and 2. Right now I just finished watching 2017 B rated Horror flick, Don't Knock Twice

I don't get the ending.Maybe I should watch it again. Wolf Creek is more of a SlaSHER film verses Horror. I get SlasHER flicks like Rob Zombie movies,or Elo Roth stuff. Crazy is crazy and yes I get how it could be based on true stories or people with a psychosis. This super natural stuff I relate to extra terrestrials though. Do you equate that too? No spoiler alerts! This Don't knock flick was "B' in my opinion. The only question I have for this is.Why do the black people always die first? And why did they chose a black actor (good looking black guy) to introduce N-knockin? lol
I'm not going to drop the N-word. In Memphis they called it Ni gga so maybe that but why don't they have the white people die first? Do the spirits in the movie writes think to themselves get the dark ones cause they are going to be the ones to take off first so get them quick? Don't know! I thought the same about the last Blare Witch 3 movie too. Again. The most attractive guy was black and.... Well! No spoiler alerts... My other question to Blaire Witch 3 was when have you've ever seen black people that attractive go sooo far out into the deep SOUTHERN WOOds with no roads to go camping? I've been to a lot of country roads.In the South of Mississippi and in Tennessee I went remote. Black people did NOT camp there! And because I'm from California I had to nod if a hillbilly decided to say racist things and shut my freaking mouth when it came to my lack of religion or political opinions.But no... Still yet! I seen no black people going deep out into the dark woods to camp with just a tent. Jus my observation...
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couldn't edit! Major typo!!!

He's called, Eli Roth! I love his films. Again in a couple of his films the black person gets it first. Is that some kind of conspiracy?
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James  Wrote: (02-13-2017 10:35 AM)
Stick to B rated Horror....The truest of all art forms.




Your youtube title is offensive, so remove it or change one of the words in the video title to capon. Just make sure capon is spelled in all caps.

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SCI-FI Watcher  Wrote: (02-13-2017 04:04 AM)
This Sunday I just watched back-to-back Horror and Sci-Fi all day. My last genre was a Sci-Fi movie from 1998 called, "The Colony"

Question! I laughed at the fact one of the extra terrestrials posing as a female human kept wearing things like short skirts and tight zipper pants with halter tops. Don't females in space ships get fired for being a CAPON tease. Then I thought well! Everytime I see a "Grey" documentary they never have clothes on. I mean have you ever seen a Grey with their clothes on?

Maybe they don't allow female greys on their ships.Or the male Greys look past the fact they have needs. How does all of that work?

Just curious!
A few years ago, I came across a picture showing a butt-naked (like the general alien Grey, shaking hands with Hitler (on a site related to those nazi UFO theories). Hitler looked quited amused, BTW.

The improbability of an advanced race, having technology for crossing interstellar distances yet running around naked, need not be pointed out, I suppose.

How, since Roswell, those behind the hoax never figures this out is beyond me.

Or maybe it just showed their abysmal contempt of the public's desire to be deceived ?
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AA  Wrote: (02-13-2017 01:39 PM)
SCI-FI Watcher  Wrote: (02-13-2017 04:04 AM)
This Sunday I just watched back-to-back Horror and Sci-Fi all day. My last genre was a Sci-Fi movie from 1998 called, "The Colony"

Question! I laughed at the fact one of the extra terrestrials posing as a female human kept wearing things like short skirts and tight zipper pants with halter tops. Don't females in space ships get fired for being a CAPON tease. Then I thought well! Everytime I see a "Grey" documentary they never have clothes on. I mean have you ever seen a Grey with their clothes on?

Maybe they don't allow female greys on their ships.Or the male Greys look past the fact they have needs. How does all of that work?

Just curious!
A few years ago, I came across a picture showing a butt-naked (like the general alien Grey
"(like the general)"

This second bracket is important, without else you won't understand it is a reference.

That second bracket probably was deleted right after my typing it - the touchpad/cursor are doing bizarre and sometimes unexpected things here.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-13-2017 05:07 AM)
Now you have me wondering if greys are androgynes Jhikpghf
Just sexless.

That's why you'll never find them in porn movies.....
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Sci-Fi Watcher  Wrote: (02-13-2017 04:07 AM)
That wasn't a typo! I didn't spell CAPON. I spelled C -o - c -k tease
They filtered my basic anatomy word.See how ridiculous things are?
I would think a captain would fire one of their ship members if they refused to put away their stilettos and halter tops on a ship. Although I'm thinking like a human female.Then I get suddenly spell checked corrected and filtered just for mentioning anatomy parts. See! Then again I never seen a fully clothed Grey. What gives?
Maybe, while getting intel about earth's clothing customs, they mistakenly got some paintings by Rafael or something and they thought those little cherubs are just normal humans........
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AA  Wrote: (02-13-2017 01:51 PM)
Sci-Fi Watcher  Wrote: (02-13-2017 04:07 AM)
That wasn't a typo! I didn't spell CAPON. I spelled C -o - c -k tease
They filtered my basic anatomy word.See how ridiculous things are?
I would think a captain would fire one of their ship members if they refused to put away their stilettos and halter tops on a ship. Although I'm thinking like a human female.Then I get suddenly spell checked corrected and filtered just for mentioning anatomy parts. See! Then again I never seen a fully clothed Grey. What gives?
Maybe, while getting intel about earth's clothing customs, they mistakenly got some paintings by Rafael or something and they thought those little cherubs are just normal humans........

But Cherubs wore fig leaves around their privates. I relate cherubs as very magical celestial beings. As in the "Ken Klein" videos they are depicted as the Cherubim.The ones that developed the perfect DNA. The Annunaki were created by the Cherubs. They wore white celestial clothing or known for fig leaves around their privates. They are very powerful.
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AA  Wrote: (02-13-2017 01:46 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-13-2017 05:07 AM)
Now you have me wondering if greys are androgynes Jhikpghf
Just sexless.

That's why you'll never find them in porn movies.....

bet if you look hard enough you culd find.

factoid~
assistnat to the frenchman who inveneted photography was busted in les tuileries
seeling a photo of a woman being loved by a pony as per Kurt Vonnegut.

i think that is so funy. soon as there is pictures there are dirty pictures. adn
not just boobies but freakiest porn.



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