Skip to comments.Loch Ness and the Quest for Collusion
Posted on 11/11/2018 12:39:25 PM PST by jfd1776Edited on 11/11/2018 1:01:09 PM PST by Jim Robinson. [history]
Now, that's not to say that I think I know what it is. It might be a family of ancient plesiosaurs that survived the dinosaur extinction, or it might be a water serpent of some kind, or it might be some other rare critter that doesn't exist anywhere else (or at least, hasn't been spotted anywhere else). I haven't the foggiest, and I don't care. I'm just sure there's something there - something - or somethings - seen and reported there on occasion, ever since the days of St Columba, a millenium and a half ago.
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At this point I think that the money is already mostly spent and firing Mueller would just give the LEFT a gift. I cannot believe that there is anything that Mueller can bring against Trump. He may bring something against his son, DJT Jr. but even there it becomes dicey as it involves meeting the Russian Lawyer and what was said afterwards when questioned by the FBI.
Remember, even if Mueller does not find anything legal against Trump, SanFranNan has already said that the Democrats in the House could bring Articles of Impeachment. It is like the District Attorney indicting a ham sandwich before the Grand Jury, can be done but it is just play for the children.
The picture of Nessie was in fact an upward pointing table leg. Supposedly Nessie is an eel from Indonesia which swam with the ocean currents and got into Lock Ness while it was still open. Reproducing asexually the eel is able to stay in the Lock for many generations. Comes to shore at night to eat ducks, cats, and small dogs. Sonar hurts its ears and therefore Nessie swims away and hides whenever the chase is on. There are lots of eels in that part of Earth.
Loch Ness was created by glaciation in the last ice age and is only about 10,000 years old. Which makes it about 60 million years too young for the plesiosaur story to be credible.
The famed “Surgeon’s Photograph” had been discredited decades before one of the hoaxsters made his death bed confession because none of the creatures under consideration by “serious” cryptozoologists and Nessie hunters could articulate its neck in such a fashion. In fact the faithful were relieved when the fraudster confessed because what’s in that photograph contradicts all known first-hand sightings and photographic evidence.
All that said, I’ve been there ...twice. The only way I managed to spot it was by using a half-empty bottle of Laphroaig as a telescope. I suspect I have that in common with many other eye-witnesses.
Does anyone here think Whitaker is going to sign off on a request by Mueller to indict anyone remotely associated with Donald Trump?
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