No amount of anthropomorphizing will ever convince me there is something supernatural at work, because we understand the phenomenon too well to consider it evidence. However that wasn't my point in wanting you to post the images, so go ahead, post the images.<quoted text>As I said, I have a collection and I have donated a few of them to museums. If I go through the trouble of posting one that I think has a picture in it, how many people would it take to convince you it has a picture, and how could we determine they are honest?
But since you have compounded your assertion with another lie, I am doubting you even have one now. Which is disappointing, very disappointing. I was hoping you'd be honest about something, but when you keep adding more and more excuses of why you do not post the images it sounds more like a lie. My digital camera cost me $30, my video camera cost me $25 (and it shows), my webcam cost $10, if you cannot afford a digital media device of that sort, you aren't looking for one. So the camera assertion was either a lie, or a stall tactic.
Now you are claiming they're "in museums" and such, this is not only probably another stall tactic, it's very difficult to believe. Now I suspect that when you do finally post the images you'll make an excuse like "the photos turned out too blurry" when we don't see what you want us to.