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JoniPotterJoniPotter Austria, Dornbach

I think everything published made a great deal of sense. However, what about this? suppose you added a little information? I ain't saying your content isn't good, but suppose you added something that makes people desire more? I mean New Discussion — Ask Metatron is kinda vanilla. You could look at Yahoo's home page and see how they write post titles to grab people to open the links. You might add a video or a pic or two to grab people interested about what you've written. Just my opinion, it could make your posts a little bit more interesting.

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  • metatronmetatron Corning, NY, USA, Planet Earth

    Thank you for your wonderful thoughts and suggestions @JoniPotter . Much appreciated. As far as pictures, videos and such, most of these events happened in the 1970s and 1980s before video equipment and such was widely available. A few events were also 'off camera' anyway. It would have been nice as proof in some instances, but was not to be. In a way though, I am kind of glad certain things were the way they were. I think all too often people expect being bombarded with visuals instead of actually thinking. I am actually not looking to join the 'I did something stupid and caught it on video' type crowd anyway. Just not for me. I feel there are more than enough sites out there that pay too much attention to the visuals than the content. Nearly every news site out there seems to be more worried about the presentation itself, than the information contained in the presentation (or lack of information thereof).

    And also, I have noticed that Adobe Flash and such have problems (crashing, hacking, etc.). Also, all these other 'visual sites' take too long to load or get hung up because many areas do not have super fast speed connections. So many times, I have seen popularity become more important than conscience. Also not for me. All of this marketing and such has led to a glut of those that I feel have more money than brains. Also not for me. I feel that the content here speaks for itself and doesn't need a bunny-eared, big breasted, soft spoken, shapely individual to try and get the point across. Many times, people just stare at the visual and forget what the content really is. Big breasts, cute, where? Definitely not for me either. [Can we get back to the cute part?] I try to stress ideas here over individuality. Mainstream media seems to stress the individual over ideas which most definitely is not for me. Appreciate the feedback. Thanks again.

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