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xx Re: Drone Discussion #10
« Reply #463 on: Oct 2nd, 2009, 2:00pm »

I doubt Dell/Alienware has a thing to worry about. The LAP design segments are placed in very good places.

Silence is golden in some cases.
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« Reply #464 on: Oct 2nd, 2009, 2:56pm »

Ahh..the relief team is in..
I love Dell and Alienware, , AWs Owners, and partners of the other parites in past campaigns, .Dell has plenty on every designer of its standard and latest custom products before and after The AW design incorporation. Everyone except that particular model..the mx15 ....now why is that..rather a nasty gaping hole in an otherwise sterling lineup.
Yes silence is golden..but it at times speaks, if not screams volumes.The licensing with them is only one of the revenue streams..that warners Fox and Halcyon worked on..
This is about and includes..the dangling participles like LMH and C2c and whitley, hardly victims..in this racket..not these crumbsnatchers hired for spin and damage control.. and run interference for them....that are dangled like puppets by the same people..and promote their movies films and books.willingly..and with prior knowldge, just examining their timeline. .

The machine that got hiccups..
They say a good scare will stop Hiccups .indeed one is on the horizon ...
Sidd..you once told me everyone had their role to play..is so accurate..

There used to be the giant Gold Fickled Finger of Fate Award..
It really needs to be reinstated....
When Whitley, with his own movie concerns, who gave us instant witnesses to new sightings as well as the devoted and fawning fan and engineer Reyes, from his forum also..reflected in winter 2008 in a rare and unforgettable l moment, removed his thumb from an unspekable place, recanted his sighting..and said paraphrasing from memory..well if it was a dream it was one doozy of a dream.. certainly..deserves the first one..



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« Reply #465 on: Oct 2nd, 2009, 3:14pm »

Fair enough, DNS, point taken. And a mess it is, good luck at finding who.....I just don't want to 'make his (its) day' with 'Real Housewives of UCB' style dialogue, if you get my drift....

Thanks, by the way, for that excellent line on dairy products, heheheh, I could't resist. Your wit is wasted on this thread.....but nailing this charlatan would be sweet......
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« Reply #466 on: Oct 2nd, 2009, 5:12pm »

"nailing this charlatan would be sweet......"

That's what keeps us coming back! grin
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« Reply #467 on: Oct 3rd, 2009, 09:25am »

on Oct 2nd, 2009, 2:00pm, Masker33 wrote:
The LAP design segments are placed in very good places.

Silence is golden in some cases.


Not on contingency... wink
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« Reply #468 on: Oct 3rd, 2009, 2:17pm »

But well in this case. Let's meet next month again, when the PIs have told their story. Either they impress us or they will make us laugh.

Somehow I got the feeling, the latter is the case.

So, impress us, Tom and Frank!
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« Reply #469 on: Oct 3rd, 2009, 3:16pm »

on Oct 3rd, 2009, 2:17pm, SiddReader wrote:
But well in this case. Let's meet next month again, when the PIs have told their story. Either they impress us or they will make us laugh.

Somehow I got the feeling, the latter is the case.

So, impress us, Tom and Frank!


Lets face this fact. IF the PIs have been cooperated with by LMH (as tomi claims) and have TOTAl access to everything possibly available (IPs, Witness Phone #s, etc...) they know and have known who is behind this! That is assuming they are even a third as good as the DRT claims!

Now whether or not they reported this to Mr or Mrs Moneybags is another guess
and we all know regardless, that info will never be released to us!!
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« Reply #470 on: Oct 3rd, 2009, 3:36pm »

on Oct 3rd, 2009, 3:16pm, TheShadow wrote:
Lets face this fact. IF the PIs have been cooperated with by LMH (as tomi claims) and have TOTAl access to everything possibly available (IPs, Witness Phone #s, etc...) they know and have known who is behind this! That is assuming they are even a third as good as the DRT claims!

Now whether or not they reported this to Mr or Mrs Moneybags is another guess
and we all know regardless, that info will never be released to us!!


It might be like when interviewers interview a celebrity with a tell-all book....They will save all the juicy parts for the or a book They won't say anything during the interveiw... cheesy laugh
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« Reply #471 on: Oct 3rd, 2009, 4:11pm »

Honestly, I just expect them to say BlahblahblahYaddaYaddaYadda. But why should we here write their text, before they speak for themselves? wink
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« Reply #472 on: Oct 3rd, 2009, 4:33pm »

Gotta luv it. Pi in the sky! grin
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« Reply #473 on: Oct 3rd, 2009, 5:50pm »

Maybe tomi will be an expert speaker as well, derivitive, area under the curve, calculus as I recall. As x aproaches y
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« Reply #474 on: Oct 3rd, 2009, 8:04pm »

Hehe, yes, she is Frank, not Franky! Common! Let's get serious again!
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« Reply #475 on: Oct 4th, 2009, 12:15pm »

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PRANKS AND GEEKS

As readers of my articles well realize, I am convinced that ET has visited Earth. But I am also a critical thinker. I recognize the role that pranks and hoaxes have played when it comes to things UFO. I am not happy to report the results of my investigation- but it is a story that must be told. It is an obligation to history and truth. The compulsion to prank is a reality we must always bear in mind in evaluating all UFO reports.

Neil Steinburg's classic study on college pranks, "If At All Possible Involve a Cow: The Book of College Pranks" is very instructive relative to the Socorro hoax. Steinburg's hypothesis is that college pranks happen because there are many young creative minds that feel "stifled." And these minds are looking for release- a little fun. And there is a "geek" connection. Complicated and sophisticated pranks are often pulled off by engineering or science students who have the technical know how. The many well-known stunts by students at MIT and Caltech show that the grander the stunt- the more highly educated the students. The "fun" of such pranks does not come from admission to them, it comes from the reaction to them.

I recall two pranks that were pulled off by others during my own college days when living in Boston. MIT students had perfected two stunts that were mind-boggling. The first involved taking an enormous promotional prop "cow statue" (weighing a quarter-ton) from the lawn of a suburban steakhouse. Somehow the students were able to hoist the huge cow figure on top of the famous MIT "dome buiding." They removed it the following day -and returned it to the steakhouse lawn- without anyone ever having seen them. To this day, no one has ever owned up to the prank- and no one has ever come forward stating that they saw the stunt being carried out. It is still unknown how this was accomplished without use of a heavy construction crane. The second prank involved a high-tech catapult. Somehow the MIT students were able to hurl large clear water balloons made of very thin material up and over two city streets. The water balloons were sent careening across the block with precision to land exactly at the entrance of another college's building. When people went to open the door, invisible "water bombs" hit them out of nowhere- causing them to get soaked. Visibly stunned, they had no idea where the water burst came from- and had to go to class soaking wet.

THE SOCORRO HOAXERS TODAY

Great jokes can be carried out with great planning and calculation. But great jokes can also backfire. Perhaps the Socorro UFO hoaxers continue to get a "big laugh" over the whole thing and revel in their prank done decades ago. But it is more likely that the New Mexico Tech pranksters -who perhaps became famous scientists- are today oldsters in retirement struggling with what they did. They played a trick on a community, a nation and the world. They are keenly aware that they had involved the Air Force, media, scientists and many others. They know that Zamora's life was made difficult by the event. He was made a spectacle and suffered hugely from the unwanted attention. They must ponder their youthful folly- and how much time, effort and money was expended in the prank's long aftermath. It was "a prank gone wild." It had escalated beyond what they could ever have imagined. Often pulling off a brilliant prank "traps" the pranksters. They create the illusion, but they never receive the "credit." And no credit was ever sought by those who engineered one of the greatest hoaxes in UFO history.

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xx Re: Drone Discussion #10
« Reply #476 on: Oct 4th, 2009, 12:44pm »

The only mystery, and many would love for it to stay a "Mystery", like an Agatha Christy or even Ms Marples mystery.is How many of these can we pass around..
Probably will have some leftovers .after two years..
You have to keep lickin if you wanna keep it tickin..


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« Reply #477 on: Oct 4th, 2009, 2:20pm »

Interesting.. Even Fortunecity seems to have picked up on the act:

http://current.com/items/75983442_linguistic-analysis-primer.htm

(this is copyrightable, but not the name!.. IMO)

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