bobprin's Wall User Forums User News Links Comments: 1527 Total Stars: 58 Messages Please log in or become a member to add a post. Websites No websites added. Recent Public Comments Forum: meaningful topicPosted:9/16/2014 5:23:13 PMDamn, that was wild. Jeff, your purgatory sounds like a bout of compulsive paranoia I experienced. At the time I knew something was very wrong. I won't go in to details but if I didn't do things in an exact certain way I would freeze, stop, experience confusion, start all over again with the sequence. I decided I had road overload. I quit trucking before it/I killed someone. About two weeks later the symptoms vanished and I started this business. Fine now, I think.Forum: meaningful topicPosted:9/15/2014 2:02:28 PMSo there is a classical example of a type 1 error. Gary sees patterns in things which do not exist. UFO's do not officially exist therefore Gary must be a schizophrenic paranoid in need of medication. Very real medication such as thorizine. Now in reality, where the determinators of errors exist UFO's are seen by them and hushed up. We all hope Gary is not a schizoparanoid and probably isn't. He would not be if he kept his mouth shut. What a drab world that would be. Thorozine anyone?Forum: Rapid City, South Dakota has earliest snow fall since 1888, is this a sign of a bad winter?Posted:9/14/2014 8:43:18 PMWinter/ spchinter. It gets cold every winter. When your body acclimatizes 30° feels warm. Look at all the money you will save on air conditioning! When it gets too cold to work outside I shut it down, hang out by the fireplace and enjoy the fruits of my labor. To Gary, being extremely cold means long pants and a sweater. If you are prepared for cold weather it is not a huge problem. Nothing paranormal about it. Hot buttered rum anyone?Forum: Are the young people interested in UFO's, or they are only interested into their games and smart phones?Posted:9/14/2014 7:19:13 AMThanks for checking out the fb page Jax. Linc is around, hovering in the background like a blacked out UFO. I don't blame the youth of today to be into their cell phones etc, I find them fascinating and quite useful not only for personal use but business as well. As far as the gov spying on everyone through them, so what? Only an idiot would incriminate himself on a device anyone could access. The government needs to be criticized often and loudly. No, the youth of today are the same as the youth of yesterday and the future is bright.Forum: Rapid City, South Dakota has earliest snow fall since 1888, is this a sign of a bad winter?Posted:9/13/2014 7:05:29 PMThe sun is just as hot in the winter as it is in the summer. It all depends on the yeti of Pinot, North Dakota. If he dreams about oranges he hitchikes to Brownsville and winters there. If he dreams about Mrs. Yeti he walks to Ticondiroga, NY. Then of course the earth tilts to make his journey easier. This was all revealed to me after I ate some moldy rye grain that was given to me by an alien who said his name was Wavy Gravy.Forum: Are the young people interested in UFO's, or they are only interested into their games and smart phones?Posted:9/13/2014 4:26:38 AMI wondered when the Kennedy thing would start to smell again. Wouldn't it be fun if Gary, Jaxerback, Jeff and I all get a very large motor home and chase UFO's across the world? Sitting around a cheerful campfire roasting smores and drinking single malt. There might be some teensy problems fitting Gary's ego into an inclosed space but he could ride on the bumper platform. There would never be a dull moment as we solve the riddles of the cosmos. Now Jeff, there would be an excellent reality tv program! A cross between "Lost" and "Breaking Bad".Forum: Are the young people interested in UFO's, or they are only interested into their games and smart phones?Posted:9/11/2014 8:15:52 PMMy grandson, in a casual conversation shrugged when UFO's came up. Said he never seen one so as far as he was concerned they didn't exist. No, it's not a subject for most young people to get excited about. Do MUFON investigators get paid somehow? If not, then it isn't hard to understand why a young person wouldn't enter the field. Old cantankerous farts can live in campers and be mobile with their income guaranteed. Of course getting old cantankerous farts to agree on anything might be a challenge.Forum: meaningful topicPosted:9/10/2014 6:25:04 PMOkay, my education continues... a type 1 satistical error occurs when a mistake is made concerning something which isn't there. I saw a ghost! No you didn't, ghosts do not exist. However to the person viewing said ghost, it is very much there. However that is an error as ghosts are not proven to be a fact. As we all perceive things differently then the error is concieved by those bearing facts. So if you do see Uncle Charley's ghost then to appear sane to everyone else you must keep quiet. Which of course does not prove one way or the other if Uncle Charley's ghost is real. Only Uncle Charley knows for sure. Do I have an understanding of what you mean Jeff?Forum: meaningful topicPosted:9/10/2014 8:40:00 AMI'm confident the Scots will solve all the problems. No Gary, we are not the fallen. We are the risen and we shall continue to rise. The problems we face today will be solved in time one way or the other. Regardless, we shall rise to the stars and beyond. Even though we are still reckless savages there are among us fine examples of humanity at it's best. The lights that beckon.Forum: Bob Lazar could be the biggest hoax, but he got one thing rightPosted:9/10/2014 4:53:42 AMIs it pronounced lay-zar or lazar as in lazarus? What is element 115? Why does sweden work at area 51? Was this Sweden fella related to Snowden? Whete can I get some so I can open an alien UFO filling station? Why do you assume everyone knows what you're talking about? Did you spell Bob correctly?