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Re: Art Bell - Friday, January 8/9

From: Stephen G. Bassett <SGBList2@aol.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Jan 1999 03:40:37 EST
Fwd Date: Thu, 07 Jan 1999 09:25:54 -0500
Subject: Re: Art Bell - Friday, January 8/9


>Date: Wed, 6 Jan 1999 16:36:10 -0500
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>
>From: John Velez <jvif@spacelab.net>
>Subject: Re: UFO UpDate: Art Bell - Friday, January 8/9

>>From: Stephen G. Bassett <ParadigmRG@aol.com>
>>To: updates@globalserve.net
>>Date: Wed, 6 Jan 1999 01:17:39 EST
>>Subject: Art Bell - Friday, January 8/9

>>Disclosure '99?  A Look Back and Ahead

>>Art Bell - Coast to Coast - January 8/9, 1999

>>Art Bell will talk with Stephen Bassett in a 5-hour recap and
>>commentary on what happened and didn't happen in 1998 in the
>>UFO/extraterrestrial phenomena research field and a look ahead
>>at the year to come from people directly involved in the issues
>>and events.

><snip>

>Hi All,

>LMAO! _These_ are the guys who are going to evaluate last years
>progress (or lack of it) in ufology?

>Isn't this also a list of names of the same guys that are at the
>root of _what_is_wrong_ with ufology?

>And Art Bell is hosting! Oh man, this is just too rich. Excuse
>me while I drop off my chair (again) and roll around on the
>floor laughing my keester off.

>There is a physics lesson hidden in here somewhere. Let me see
>if I can sus it out, . . .

>A. Art Bell is the most full of sh*t of the lot.

>B. So it stands to reason that he has more 'mass' than the
>others.

>C. Therefore, his gravitational pull on the other smaller
>'turds' causes them to, . . .

>D. gravitate towards Bell. - Where, . . .

>E. . . . they eventually assume permanent orbits around their
>primary.

>How was that?

>A good 'empirical' test of this theory would be to flush, and
>then carefully observe - a toilet. (Following a substantial
>bowel movement.) Same 'principle' applies here with only one
>glaring exception: *Unless you are South of the Equator. In
>which case the "planetoids" will orbit the "main mass" in a
>counter clockwise direction!

>Bell
>Greer
>Gersten
>Hoagland

>Talk about "piled high and deep!"

Mr. Velez

It is not particularly comfortable to check into a scientific
inquiry mail list and see one's associates referred to as
"turds".

However, your post was funny in some respects. I can only assume
your skill at using this particular metaphor comes from a
substantially protracted period wherein your head has been
thoroughly entrenched in your ass.

Regards,
Stephen Bassett


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