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Always a pleasure to hear from you, judgefloro.Always entertaining, also.Thank you for enlightening us all with this insight. Many people would keep these things to themselves for fear of being labeled "insane" by the masses [nofollow], but you show true fortitude in coming out and letting the world know about your magical mystery tour.Please keep us updated...:thanks
"I saw these flashed 144 times on May 17, 2009"That's gross!
judgefloro, you may not have realised, that nobody is taking a great deal of notice of you. Could this be the reason?http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/law/columnists/article671074.ece [Links inactive - To make links active and clickable, login or click here to register]Or this:http://www.manilastandardtoday.com/?page=police01_aug16_2006 [Links inactive - To make links active and clickable, login or click here to register]Or this:http://sc.judiciary.gov.ph/news/courtnews%20flash/2006/04/04070602.php [Links inactive - To make links active and clickable, login or click here to register]
....... loony Hubble space telescope which FAILed to locate the dwarves' Kingdom of LUIS in Osaka, Japan.
OK, I can never resist the temptation to stir things.Is the Dwarves' kingdom on Google earth? Can you give me the latitude and longitude?After all, the resolution is probably better than Hubble would give you.Does the new trick on google earth (sorry, can't remember the name might be streetview or something) cover Japan?.
"Remember this phoney Hubble which was just repaired lately, it can just focus on very near stars. So crude."These aren't stars.http://blogs.chron.com/sciguy/archives/2009/05/todays_hubble_i_4.html [nofollow]"Is Google earth the latest map? Oh my God."No, but it's quite a good map and I can look to see if it faithfully records the area where I live (it does) and I can see if there's anyone out there on the web saying anything like " I don't understand it, Google earth seems to have mapped my village onto two different places- it's where it should be and it's in some place in Osaka."Also there's nobody in Osaka saying "that's odd, there's a hole in the Google earth coverage just where the Dwarves' kingdon is."So, overall I think it's fair to say that Google earth does a fairly good job (whatever your view on privacy).So why not answer the question and give us the coordinates?
Have you read J R R Tolkien and perhaps got a little carried away?