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First text on Mar 15th 2001, 10:53:22 wrote
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whatevernext96 wrote on Jan 14th 2002, 18:01:29 about

crop

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A Swiss friend recently told me about her extraordinary experiences with crop circles in Wiltshire. One of the bits of information to come out of our conversation was that local families and residents claim with certainty that these elaborate shapes in the corn have been appearing for generations – way back to a time when farmers, struggling to make a living, would surely not have had time or inclination to stamp mathematically all over their crops, and clever fraudsters would have had no easy access to such country areas. Makes you think, doesn't it?

whoshares wrote on Mar 15th 2001, 10:53:22 about

crop

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No matter which crop is planted, there is no guarantee of harvest.


whatevernext96 wrote on Jan 14th 2002, 18:01:35 about

crop

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A Swiss friend recently told me about her extraordinary experiences with crop circles in Wiltshire. One of the bits of information to come out of our conversation was that local families and residents claim with certainty that these elaborate shapes in the corn have been appearing for generations – way back to a time when farmers, struggling to make a living, would surely not have had time or inclination to stamp mathematically all over their crops, and clever fraudsters would have had no easy access to such country areas. Makes you think, doesn't it?

whatevernext96 wrote on Jan 14th 2002, 18:01:32 about

crop

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A Swiss friend recently told me about her extraordinary experiences with crop circles in Wiltshire. One of the bits of information to come out of our conversation was that local families and residents claim with certainty that these elaborate shapes in the corn have been appearing for generations – way back to a time when farmers, struggling to make a living, would surely not have had time or inclination to stamp mathematically all over their crops, and clever fraudsters would have had no easy access to such country areas. Makes you think, doesn't it?

whatevernext96 wrote on Jan 14th 2002, 18:01:42 about

crop

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A Swiss friend recently told me about her extraordinary experiences with crop circles in Wiltshire. One of the bits of information to come out of our conversation was that local families and residents claim with certainty that these elaborate shapes in the corn have been appearing for generations – way back to a time when farmers, struggling to make a living, would surely not have had time or inclination to stamp mathematically all over their crops, and clever fraudsters would have had no easy access to such country areas. Makes you think, doesn't it?

whatevernext96 wrote on Jan 14th 2002, 18:01:57 about

crop

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A Swiss friend recently told me about her extraordinary experiences with crop circles in Wiltshire. One of the bits of information to come out of our conversation was that local families and residents claim with certainty that these elaborate shapes in the corn have been appearing for generations – way back to a time when farmers, struggling to make a living, would surely not have had time or inclination to stamp mathematically all over their crops, and clever fraudsters would have had no easy access to such country areas. Makes you think, doesn't it?

whatevernext96 wrote on Jan 14th 2002, 18:01:37 about

crop

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A Swiss friend recently told me about her extraordinary experiences with crop circles in Wiltshire. One of the bits of information to come out of our conversation was that local families and residents claim with certainty that these elaborate shapes in the corn have been appearing for generations – way back to a time when farmers, struggling to make a living, would surely not have had time or inclination to stamp mathematically all over their crops, and clever fraudsters would have had no easy access to such country areas. Makes you think, doesn't it?

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