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#26 2005-12-14 17:05:33

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

Who is Robert Cammon?
I like raw fish.
Mmmmmm....tuna and yellowfin sushi.

Blue, once again your mention of vegitarianism has caused images of vegetable primavera pizza and veggie white lasagna with roasted garlic h'ordoevres to dance through my head.
Great.
I'm gonna pack on the pounds again, and it is all because of you.
big_smile

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#27 2005-12-14 18:55:35

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

Well, unless I got things mixed up again and missppelled his name, he's the guy that wrote The Wolf's Hour, and Swan's Song, and A Boy's Life, Usher's Passing, Mystery Walk, and Baal.

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#28 2005-12-16 07:53:31

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

If I believe in werewolves, why not believing in Sandy Claws? big_smile

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#29 2005-12-17 16:07:00

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

"He goes out to slay
with his rain-deer on...
AND THEY CALL HIM SANDY CLAWS!"


We are all animals, my lady.  Most are to afraid to see it!
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#30 2005-12-19 06:12:05

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

HAHA...you're still the same ol' Fuzzball! smile

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#31 2005-12-19 22:23:02

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

Fuzzball wrote:

Who is Robert Cammon?

An extremely gifted writer who wrote one of my most favorite books called, Wolf's Hour. It is a cross between Indiana Jones/James Bond and an awesome werewolf movie. If you have not read it yet, pick it up.


"What is the werewolf in the eyes of God? The werewolf is God's Avenger!" -Robert McCammon- "Wolf's Hour"

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#32 2005-12-20 11:46:46

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

Hmmm...sounds good.  I may just do that.

BlueEyesWolf wrote:

HAHA...you're still the same ol' Fuzzball! smile

Yup!
I rented that movie the other day.  Heh...wierd, I have a bit of a crush on Jack Skellington.


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#33 2005-12-21 05:42:09

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

Really? But he is all bones and no skin!

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#34 2005-12-22 20:15:54

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

Topic please.

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#35 2005-12-23 04:30:09

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

Aw, come on, The Busboy!

*sigh*

Sorry, the Busboy......

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#36 2006-01-14 10:47:27

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

i tend to believe that a werewolf is actually a human developed through evolution from a wolf rather than a monkey perhaps there are humans developed from allsorts of other species if for example a human has developed from a pig u could call them borstal humans.
besides that i have actually seen a man turn into a wolf it is possible though anyone can claim that i know what i know etc.bla bla

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#37 2006-01-17 15:32:01

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

Hmmm...that sounds interesting.  A bit too sci-fi for me, but it is an intriguing thought and could be a good plot starter for a story.
I like the sort of werewolves found in Robert Jordan's The Wheel Of Time books.


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#38 2006-02-12 19:10:22

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

I can see where people could get the idea of werewolves. My dog is the size of a pony and when he goes outside at night and hunches down to shite, it looks like a small human in the classic hunched wolf position howling at the moon. So you can imagine if you saw an Irish Wolfhound doing the same. Also there is a skin condition (if you watched one of the latest CSI Las Vegas) where it  causes you to have thick hair growth all over your body, including your face. From there I think many people just ran with the idea of werewolves. Or , man and wolf mated and poof! you have one ugly hairy baby. I like to use that excuse for a lot of people.

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#39 2006-02-14 14:56:37

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

Yeah, this world is far wider than many think.
There is more in heaven and earth, Horatio, than is in your science.


We are all animals, my lady.  Most are to afraid to see it!
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#40 2006-10-23 14:09:03

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

max wrote:

i tend to believe that a werewolf is actually a human developed through evolution from a wolf rather than a monkey perhaps there are humans developed from allsorts of other species if for example a human has developed from a pig u could call them borstal humans.
besides that i have actually seen a man turn into a wolf it is possible though anyone can claim that i know what i know etc.bla bla

I saw pigman on seinfeld.


Right, kick ass. Well, don't want to sound like a dick or nothin', but, ah... it says on your chart that you're gently caressed up. Ah, you talk like a cigarette, and your shite's all retarded. What I'd do, is just like... like... you know, like, you know what I mean, like...

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#41 2006-10-25 10:59:09

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

max wrote:

besides that i have actually seen a man turn into a wolf it is possible though anyone can claim that i know what i know etc.bla bla

Really??  How did he do that?  Can you post the transformation on-line here?
I'd really would like to see that.




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#42 2006-10-29 18:23:21

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

WolfVanZandt wrote:

Well, unless I got things mixed up again and missppelled his name, he's the guy that wrote The Wolf's Hour, and Swan's Song, and A Boy's Life, Usher's Passing, Mystery Walk, and Baal.

His name is Robert McCammon.  I would suggest that anyone who has not yet had the pleasure read Wolf's Hour.

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#43 2006-10-29 18:29:43

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

Indeed, fantastic stuff. Quite epic.


"I like him... he says okie dokie!"
~ Dean Winchester, Supernatural
"He did so much, without kicking a single butt!"
~ Tommy Dawkins, describing Ghandi, Big Wolf On Campus

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#44 2006-10-31 14:48:50

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

Siverwolf wrote:

max wrote:

besides that i have actually seen a man turn into a wolf it is possible though anyone can claim that i know what i know etc.bla bla

Really??  How did he do that?  Can you post the transformation on-line here?
I'd really would like to see that.

As would I.


We are all animals, my lady.  Most are to afraid to see it!
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#45 2006-10-31 16:11:38

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

And the instruction manual would also come in handy, thanks! wink


"I like him... he says okie dokie!"
~ Dean Winchester, Supernatural
"He did so much, without kicking a single butt!"
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#46 2006-12-09 00:32:32

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

I beleive that werewolves are fully possible within the realm of science.  Werewolves who P shift, I think, would have a perfectly understandable and realistic explanation.  Just because we don't understand how something like that words YET doesn't mean it is impossible.  Alas, with that said, I am do not think that P-shifters exist, at least not on this planet.  I think it would have been descovered by now.
Maybe on an alien planet there are intelligent lifeforms with similar myths, except they are true.  Maybe other organisms on other planets have the ability to shift in the way that we are talking about.  But thats only if you belive that there is intelligent life out there other than our own.


A lot of people say that asking What if? is a waste of time.  But I can't help but wonder, What if the moon didn't exist?

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#47 2007-01-23 21:56:45

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

Old topic,another opinion...
I am unsure as far as physical shifting goes,I can do mental and astral shifts and can make my m-shifts feel like p-shifts but it does not really happen.I am not one to say it can never happen though,everybody thought getting to the moon was impossible,yet it happened so it leaves the possiblity open.I guess being able to have m-shifts makes me believe it's possible,but I guess we shall have to wait and see...
Anybody else able to do m-shifts or a-shifts?


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#48 2007-01-27 15:20:08

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

Hmmmmmmmm................sort of.
I have felt myself to be more cougar-shaped than I am a few times.
But I was not in a very mentally healthy state then.


We are all animals, my lady.  Most are to afraid to see it!
Darkness, from Legend

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#49 2007-01-28 23:08:45

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

Well, been reading 'Hunting the American Werewolf' lately, and man... THAT makes me believe that something that looks like a werewolf is running around somewhere wink Especially the account by two folks up in Canada of a furry guy with a wolf head and tattered plaid shirt running past their car.

Course they could have just been smoking something...


"I like him... he says okie dokie!"
~ Dean Winchester, Supernatural
"He did so much, without kicking a single butt!"
~ Tommy Dawkins, describing Ghandi, Big Wolf On Campus

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#50 2007-01-29 17:18:52

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Re: Do you believe in werewolves? If so why?

The plaid shirt leads me to think that.  It's just too much of a steriotype. big_smile
Do you have a link to the story?


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