archiving as opposed to backing up

From: Vintage Computer Festival <>
Date: Thu Sep 23 17:42:41 2004

On Thu, 23 Sep 2004, Michael Sokolov wrote:

> Teo Zenios <> wrote:
> > Scientists think an asteroid, comet, or meteorite cause the Tunguska
> > explosion in Russia in the early 20th century that behaved just like a
> > nuclear bomb does today (intense energy, heatwave, shockwave, radiation).
> This is not what happened. Lyn Buchanan, a very good remote viewer
> whom I know fairly well, has told the real story in his book The Seventh
> Sense:

That's total and complete bullshit. I know this for a fact because it was
*I* who caused the explosion, not a silly spaceship!

I hate people trying to take credit for my deeds. Pfeh!

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