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    I left Mexico City the day before (or maybe 2.. cant recall now) the big 1985 earthquake. The hotel that I stayed at was demolished. The airport was complete chaos. I'll never forget it but it was as if many of the locals there knew a big one was on the way, hence why they were leaving the city. You could feel it in the air though that something was coming up. When I look back on all of that, it's all so surreal. But myself and my former husband got out of there just in the nick of time. We were on vacation there.

    I can't even describe what it felt like when I saw the hotel that we stayed at, half standing in the news after we got home. At times like that, one wonders, why me? How did I survive yet thousands of others perished? It doesn't seem fair... right? I was so devastated about that and it took me years to come to terms with it.
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    It's looking more and more like this is a bunch of Hooey. Jaime gets into more Hoax's then anyone out there and he probably doesn't even know it. This is a long read but worth it. https://www.theatlantic.com/science/...utm_source=fbb

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    Quote Originally Posted by earthman View Post
    It's looking more and more like this is a bunch of Hooey. Jaime gets into more Hoax's then anyone out there and he probably doesn't even know it. This is a long read but worth it. https://www.theatlantic.com/science/...utm_source=fbb
    Hey Earthman, glad to see you're back up and by the looks of things, you have recuperated!

    Well let's try and keep an open mind on this discovery. The tabloid internet "echo chamber academia firing squads" as I like to call them (and there are just dozens if not hundreds, which are employed go into action on a calls' notice) are having a field day on this.

    The "biggy" such as "Metabunk" for example https://www.metabunk.org/ are just itching to keep people dumbed down. They are chomping at the bit at every turn....pant pant!

    For sure, every new discovery of the origin of mankind remains a closely guarded secret and any attempt to bring forth new evidence (and the discoveries in Peru frankly are at the top of their list), remember.....have a much larger consortium of assassins, naysayers, secret keepers than our movement could ever hope to finance!

    Keep up the great work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by A99 View Post
    I left Mexico City the day before (or maybe 2.. cant recall now) the big 1985 earthquake. The hotel that I stayed at was demolished. The airport was complete chaos. I'll never forget it but it was as if many of the locals there knew a big one was on the way, hence why they were leaving the city. You could feel it in the air though that something was coming up. When I look back on all of that, it's all so surreal. But myself and my former husband got out of there just in the nick of time. We were on vacation there.

    I can't even describe what it felt like when I saw the hotel that we stayed at, half standing in the news after we got home. At times like that, one wonders, why me? How did I survive yet thousands of others perished? It doesn't seem fair... right? I was so devastated about that and it took me years to come to terms with it.
    Wow A99, that must have been a moment in your life when you thanked circumstances for being in your favor!

    I had a similar but not so tragic tale.

    In Italy standing in line at the airport there (Linate) when up at the counter, the gal behind the desk looked at me with a perplexed face and said in some Italian dialect..."Vulcan!"

    I thought the woman had lost her mind until a man tapped me on my shoulder and said "the Volcano in Iceland has exploded!"

    Now with a croissant, a coffee and my ticket in hand, that piece of information, was the first I heard about this event which left me speechless, and in Italy, not a good position to be in!

    For the next three days, the adventure to get from Milan to London for my connection to LA was amazing. Seeing so many thousands of faces in complete bewilderment from one end of Europe to another was a experience I will never forget but.... a story for another thread!

    It's good to be alive LOL!

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    Thanks for sharing... that's quite an experience! One, I'm sure, you'll never want to repeat. You finally made it home though so all's well that end's well. Knock on wood.
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