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Larry King 11/9/07 UFO Program

From: Greg Boone <Evolbaby.nul>
Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2007 09:02:25 EST
Archived: Sat, 10 Nov 2007 08:05:44 -0500
Subject: Larry King 11/9/07 UFO Program


First let me ask these questions:

Who and where did they dig that McGaha guy up from?

Who moved the rock?

Is there some zoo that is missing an occupant?

The program went better than I expected until this clown showed
up and engaged in the kind of analysis that makes President Bush
look like a genius.

McGaha dude is in some state of denial or something that made
him look like any moment some ventriliquist was going to show
up, whip out a glass of water and drink it to show he could do
that while McGaha talked.

Even McClaine looked credible up against this guy. I'm glad she
didn't get too far into the speculation end and King kept her
more on the fact reporting end. She really is a treasure.

It's laughable that on this Larry King programt we have the
historical reports of mass sightings over the Washington D.C. in
1952, mass sighting in Phoenix in 1977, military officials on
the ground, pilots, radar, and then this ass/clown McGaha saying
he hasn't seen any evidence nor that the officers at the
Rendelsham event didn't have any evidence and that trained
military personnel misinterpreted what they saw. The military
aren't in the business of misinterpreting things that's why we
give them big-ass guns. The only misinterpretation that goes on
in the military is from the arm-chair leadership from quasi or
non-military trained bureaucrats who think someone has weapons
of mass destruction.

I wouldn't even call McGaha a skeptic. He gives skeptics a bad
name.

I had hoped someone would have presented the overall picture of
what's been experienced by the public at large. The skeptic side
has just one sound argument and that is to this date no
irrefutable physical evidence has been presented. That's it. It
doesn't get any more complex than that.

A friend of mine said one of the reasons people laugh when you
say UFO is the phonetics. 'You-A-Foe' sounds like an enemy
acknowledgement.

Bottom line is a comprehensive presentation of the entire UFO
history needs to be presented to the public so they don't get
confused and know exactly where we stand. That we have tons of
personal reports from people of all walks of life, religions,
etc. That we have radar hits, images, confessions, trace
evidence. We have everything in overwhelming abundance except
two things: irrefutable physical evidence and official
disclosure.

So in a nutshell the King program was much better and perhaps
he'll not have the round-robin-type thing again but just some
reps from the ufology community to bring it to bar. Mayhaps
another Larry King Special with just the facts and no more with
the specktips - speculator skeptics.

I wonder if all the skeptics are getting beaten up in school now
for their lunch money because of McGaha. Even the nerds and
geeks rank higher in the pecking order in schools now than the
skeptics.


Best,

Greg
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