How do we fix the problem between opinions ?

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Re: How do we fix the problem between opinions ?

Unread post by Wolf » Sat Jan 25, 2020 1:26 pm

According to those who follow my work, I do just that, Black. The reviews I get have blown me away and motivated me to continue to present the animal's perspective.

My record of 'created hypothesis' and the discussions thereof are substantial on this site and every other I frequent.
Your suggestion said discussions are NOT fictional by their very nature is absurd... or do you have evidence to the contrary? If so, care to share? The world awaits...

Regarding your claim I dismiss the "dimensions of the indigenous viewpoint' are ignorant in the extreme... Once again you assume too much. Didn't your legal studies emphasise the faulty logic of believing in assumptions?
You have no idea of my DNA nor my studies.
My background in 'Origine Studies' comes from a lifetime of digging into it and living in the bush... in 'my country'.

Pretty much running wild (as kids did back then) I connected to my country, physically as well as spiritually.
My parents property sat across what was a major travel route from the Gold Coast to the Bunya Festival.

The main guardian spirit of this country was an old, weathered Elder who used to sit with me when in my youth I would venture outside at night into what I suspect was one of the tribes' regular camping spots and play my didgeridoo. His face would appear out of the star filled night and while I played, watch to the west.

I have no idea if I carry Origine DNA (as my sister and Origine in-laws claim) and as I suggested in an earlier post, what difference does it make?
You either carry a deep empathy and connection with the land or you do not, regardless of race.

Those who pedestalise an entire race as superior (for whatever reason) to another are by definition guilty of racism are they not?
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Re: How do we fix the problem between opinions ?

Unread post by Black » Sun Jan 26, 2020 4:44 pm

Wow, how can anyone fix this difference between opinions?

Wolf, what do you mean by your statement, "Your suggestion said discussions are not fictional by their very nature, is absurd......or do you have evidence to the contrary? If so, care to share? The world awaits"

I have anecdotes, wolf. Nothing more and nothing less, much like every yowie, bigfoot, or yeren witness going. No, the world doesn't need another anecdote, so I'm not going to share.

But, my anecdote isn't fiction, wolf, and neither is a high percentage of anecdotal witness reports. What I mean, wolf, is I didn't wilfully manufacture my anecdote, like you wilfully manufacture your imaginings for your fiction books. I don't think many of the witnesses I have met, have wilfully manufactured their best yowie fictionalized event either.

Are you suggesting every report submitted to this site is nothing more than someone's best yowie fiction????? I know you and I often aren't on the same page, and sometimes not even the same book, but this latest statement of yours leads me to think we aren't even in the same library in the same country speaking the same language.

As for assumptions wolf, I have a copy of your book in black and white. Your imagined sasquatch strikes me as hollywood fashioned king Kong flesh and blood.

As for your connections with indigenous Australia, it's neither here nor there. I already ran what you're doing by an aboriginal elder, and they are fine with it. Your audience is the horror audience and those who enjoy bloodthirsty bigfoot stories. But being on this website, I simply suggested a second opinion from an elder, on your books, would benefit you, and the stories you are telling.

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Re: How do we fix the problem between opinions ?

Unread post by Black » Sun Feb 02, 2020 6:48 am

Wolf, care to respond, or is this your way of reminding us all you're a sheep in wolf's clothing?

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Re: How do we fix the problem between opinions ?

Unread post by yowiedan » Fri Feb 14, 2020 6:59 am

I'm on the side of the Yowie being a flesh and blood creature with no paranormal abilities like shape Shifting or flying around in Alien spaceships. What I believe will differ to many others out there. While I may have a good laugh about some way out there theories, I do keep an open mind and set aside a little miniscule of hope some of these theories may be right. The reason for this! Is, why we haven't been able to capture a clear picture of video of our hairy friend that everybody cannot say is fake. Anyway that's my 10 cents worth. Keep up the good work people.

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Re: How do we fix the problem between opinions ?

Unread post by Wolf » Fri Feb 14, 2020 12:54 pm

Black wrote:
Sun Feb 02, 2020 6:48 am
Wolf, care to respond, or is this your way of reminding us all you're a sheep in wolf's clothing?

Why bother?
Your lack of comprehension of simple English, false assumptions, sad strawman attacks and pitiful attempts to bait me makes explaining things to you at best tedious and at worst a complete waste of time.
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Re: How do we fix the problem between opinions ?

Unread post by Black » Sat Feb 15, 2020 11:32 am

It wouldn't be a wolf post without throwing insults my way, and then self pity, would it? Comprehension. Your favorite terminology, ay wolf?

Comprehend this:

Your very presence on this website as a sceptic fiction writer, is the biggest insult of all. Using this site for ideas to weave your fiction, and then using this forum to advertise your fictional works, while scoffing at reports, is nothing short of pathetic. The only thing more pathetic is your lack of comprehension of how the law and statutes work. You contribute nothing towards research or the aims of this forum.

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