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Re: Fowl Play Made Pair Think Plane Went Down -

From: Roger Evans <raka@swbell.net>
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2001 09:19:13 -0600
Fwd Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 13:24:34 +0000
Subject: Re: Fowl Play Made Pair Think Plane Went Down -

 >From: Kelly <kellymcg@attcanada.ca>
 >Date: Tue, 09 Jan 2001 17:57:23 -0500
 >To: updates@sympatico.ca
 >Subject: Re: Fowl Play Made Pair Think Plane Went Down

 >>Date: Tue, 09 Jan 2001 09:56:52 -0600
 >>From: Roger Evans <raka@swbell.net>
 >>Subject: Re: Fowl Play Made Pair Think Plane Went Down
 >>To: updates@sympatico.ca

Previously, I had written:

 >>As this relates to UFO sightings, many people get miffed when
 >>their sightings are not accepted at face value; that they had
 >>seen ET craft. I know that I would be pretty agitated if I
 >>reported what I saw with my own eyes and no one believed me. On
 >>the other hand, I would appreciate a vigorous investigation that
 >>would, indeed, validate the implications of what I had seen.
 >>Unfortunately, too many witnesses are simply blown off and their
 >>unvalidated stories become part of a larger stew that does
 >>nothing but simmer on low heat. On top of that, we have WAY too
 >>many cooks in the UFO kitchen trying to stir the pot while
 >>adding their own secret ingredients.

Kelly replied:

 >What was interesting about my witnessing of the 'accident' was
 >that I did tell the police exactly what I saw - that is, I did
 >not see the person actually being hit by a car, or, say, having
 >a heart attack and falling down. I emphasized that to the
 >police, and indeed, I suggested to 'them' that perhaps a film
 >was being shot. They said they had checked that out but that no
 >permits had been granted. What neither the police nor I thought
 >of was that it was students without a permit. So, Roger, you are
 >right - you can witness something, give the correct facts, and
 >still not come up with the 'truth'. However, in this case the
 >'truth' was discovered serendipitedly!

 >When it comes to UFO, I tend to think most people are honest in
 >their accounts of what they witness. There is very little to
 >gain by coming forward except ridicule. However, as to *what*
 >they witnessed or experienced - the jury is still out on that
 >baby. As I have demonstrated, you can have have facts and
 >accurate observations and still come to the wrong conclusion.
 >Science is notorious for this.

Hi, Kelly!

I agree with most of what you are saying except about being
ridiculed. I read an article recently about the thousands and
thousands of applicants that wanted to participate in the
unfortunate abundance of "reality shows" like "Survivor" or
"Mole" or "Temptation Island", "Blind Date" and the like.
Personally, I can't think of anything more embarrassing than
being seen on national television enduring the humiliation that
these shows heap on the participants. On top of this, California
is chock full of ridiculous "fad" clinics and services that
offer everything from high colonics to puppy poop analysis.

The potential embarrassment from reporting a UFO sighting is
more of a myth, I feel, than a real issue. Maybe 40 years ago,
or so; but not in this permissive, "entertainment" based society
where almost anything goes.

While I feel that some people have, indeed, witnessed ET craft,
I think the majority that use embarrassment as an excuse for not
coming forward didn't see squat.

Take care,


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