This UK anon would like to thank the BO for his kindness to the UK anons and allowing us to share our work on the UK/LONDON Q drops. I could not say it better than one other UK anon and dear fren with whom I have dug alongside for a great deal. I would like to share his post which I feel sums up our efforts to discover what we could to share with other anons in the hope that it coikd help them to decode the Q LONDON/UK drops.
(Post from MIDNIGHT RIDERS. UK anon a post from an anon skeptical about the Q London pics being dated to DECEMBER 2013):>DON'T stop on account of me, but I think you guys are a bit out there time wise..
I do agree that we are out there, for sure. We got there by examining the details inside the camera frames of those London Pics. That dragged us to 2013/2014. For quite awhile we were stuck on MAR 2014 as the earliest the CH pics could have been taken. We stubbornly plodded through open source images and other sources because nothing seemed to quite fit the evidence that Q posted.
The text and the images mismatched, to a big degree. And, as you say, resolving that would be yuge. Once a digger figures that this is hard to resolve, then, we tend to question everything that anyh anon presents. We sort out the speculation, which is encouraged because can generate leads, and we keep our feet planted in the facts, all of the facts, that we find withinthe camera frame.
We have stuck by a few basic rules and methods but when we have made breake throughs it has come by the challenge of hard questions. And skepticism. Always we have encouraged each other to poke holes in whatever is presented as a find or as a reasoning to reconcile discrepancies.
We have learned that it is better to have unanswered questions than to have unasked questions.
Myself, I had repeatedly thot to tie-up the loose threads and make a neat package and finish with the London pics. BUT then something is discovered and we gain momentum and make headway. Sometimes it comes in flashes. Sometimes resisted or neglected. Yet, we have found so much evidence about these various scenes, and learned about many topics perhaps inadvertently, IDK, but none of the effort has been wasted. Very productive, in my experience. So I return to the digz from time to time and try to help document what ground is covered.
Now, if everything posted has meanikng, as per Q, and the selection of these images has purpose, as per Q, then we must consider how commitment to see something, say something, and, yeap, do something. Each sub-topic within the thousands of Q posts will attrtact some diggerz and be disregarded by others, by the mere fact of the opportunity cost in expending our resources on one thing but not another. Hard to keep abreast of all the topics. But we have each other for that.
And in that sense I do think we have more than we know.
Very much appreciate this bread and your open minded welcome to UK bread anons. Truly is old school, fren, and that is the best compliment I can imagine giving to a fellow anon here.