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Friday, June 12, 2015

Applause for Terry the Censor and CDA

And a handful of shame for Lance Moody, Gilles Fernandez, and Isaac Koi. (They know why, or should).
RR

21 Comments:

  • Rich, hopefully my latest comment at Kevin's site will wash away some of the shame and clarify my position?

    I love Paul and I would never do anything to offend him. I didn't know he took the Tony stuff so seriously--we have certainly joked about it before.

    Giving Tony a thumbs up doesn't erase anything or change the history of what Tony has done.

    I think of Phil Spector as a deranged murderer. But "Be My Baby" is still one of the greatest recordings of all time.

    Those two thoughts coexist.

    Love,

    Lance

    By Blogger Lance, at Friday, June 12, 2015  

  • Yes, Lance...

    You comment at Kevin's blog helps, a lot.

    Paul and others, demeaned by you-know-who, have been egregiously hurt.

    And should I choose to put a nail in the coffin, I'd put online allegations about Kevin Randle, by you-know-who, when I first came to know him.

    Buy I like Kevin, very much, and won't, at this point, besmirch him with goofy ass suppositions that are sociopathic in nature.

    I don't know why no one insists that you-know-who name his German colleague, if there is really one.

    That person should be questioned or interviewed, if he/she exists.

    But the unraveling of he real truths are yet to come.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Friday, June 12, 2015  



  • "I don't know why no one insists that you-know-who name his German colleague, if there is really one.

    That person should be questioned or interviewed, if he/she exists."

    Well I asked for details but I was ignored. But I think I know , who this person is...

    By Blogger Zak McKracken, at Friday, June 12, 2015  

  • Press the issue Zak...

    You're helping to clarify this mess.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Friday, June 12, 2015  

  • I'm sad a simply "very nice finding, sincerly" will cost my "friendship" with Paul and seen as a sort of "betrayal".

    It is simply a "good" finding among tons of bullshit, insults, bad investigations, google search after we decyphered the placard, very late and very bad excuses for what Tony did and no excuse to have infamed some of us and Paul in particular.

    Few days before, in the same blog (Kevin) I wrote what I think about Bragalia in 3 comments and I pardon nothing he did against us and to Paul in particulary.

    Well sad day.

    Regards,

    Gilles.

    By Blogger Gilles Fernandez, at Friday, June 12, 2015  

  • Gilles:

    No one offers good will to someone who has said bad things publicly about a friend of theirs.

    I've said things, privately, in the heat of a moment, but I'd be shamed, and should be, if I made those comments in a public venue.

    I got a comment from a person who called someone I like a liar. I wouldn't allow it to surface.

    That a few so-called friends of Paul Kimball are kissing ass of a person who said bad things about Paul is more than sad; it's a betrayal of what friendship (and love) is supposed to be.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Friday, June 12, 2015  

  • Thanks for applauding me, for doing essentially nothing at all re the slides. I did point out that if someone comes along and (allegedly) says that a 'being' depicted in the said slides is the same as a 'being' he saw at Roswell many decades before, thus contradicting our scientific knowledge about (non-existent) aliens, he should be held accountable for his statements and reveal his identity.

    Instead AJB wants the poor old guy, because of his advanced age and his wife's illness, to be left in peace and anonymity!

    And being no youngster myself, I have every respect for the elderly and infirm. But there is no case for anyone to hide in this way if they really have something to add to our scientific knowledge, is there? If they do wish to hide their identity, then they should simply keep silent - for good.

    By Blogger cda, at Friday, June 12, 2015  

  • And for that, and not just that, you get applause from here CDA.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Friday, June 12, 2015  

  • Well, I've hit the proverbial wall on this story. Hopefully I'll be moving on to other things that have more meaning and relevance...whatever that may be.

    I see that you are doing what I had proposed to the rest of the RSG yesterday..."damnatio memoriae" concerning that special someone.

    By Blogger Tim Hebert, at Friday, June 12, 2015  

  • Many of us are moving on or trying to, Tim...

    Only caught by the muck we've all created for ourselves with this thing.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Friday, June 12, 2015  

  • I'm not sure why I am being praised (or why others are criticised).

    By Blogger Terry the Censor, at Sunday, June 14, 2015  

  • Terry:

    You often are out of the ongoing loop, losing context of what is happening in present time.

    If you don't know why you were lauded here, that's sort of sad.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Sunday, June 14, 2015  

  • Well, I assume it was for chiding another blogger at his own blog. But I do not celebrate that, especially as I was compelled to write a second such comment last night.

    By Blogger Terry the Censor, at Sunday, June 14, 2015  

  • Nope, Terry...

    It was for other reasons but the moment has passed.

    Blogs serve immediacy. Comments a few days after a posting makes those comments irrelevant generally.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Sunday, June 14, 2015  

  • I read this post moments after it went up.

    By Blogger Terry the Censor, at Sunday, June 14, 2015  

  • And only a response now?

    You, Terry, make interesting and germane comments, but too often ex vivendi.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Sunday, June 14, 2015  

  • You must be praising me for chiding Kevin Randle for allowing Bragalia to report on the slides (which caused a firestorm in the comments section of two posts). That is what I was referring to in my second comment here.

    All this cryptic phrasing is tedious. If you don't want to mention Bragalia by name, no problem, but we need to come up with a clever and amusing cryptonym for him.

    But I can't right now, as I am suffering from brag-algia: the pain caused by the bragging of one Anthony Bragalia, who is trying to take credit for every new confirmation of the mummy ID, including Shepherd Johnson's wonderful FOIA materials. The only cure for brag-algia is listening on the radio to my local professional baseball team extend its winning streak to 11 games.

    By Blogger Terry the Censor, at Sunday, June 14, 2015  

  • RR says, "But the unraveling of the real truths are yet to come."

    Would that include the truth that they all knew from the get-go that it was nothing but an image of a child mummy? I think it must, because there's no way they could not have known. Does it matter? I think it should make a great deal of difference to those who want to see the complete and final resolution of this pathetic hoax.

    I've been saying this for a long time and again in the past few days on Kevin's. Are they a group of inept deluded bunglers--who didn't know a picture of a mummy when they saw it--or a group of carnival-sideshow hoaxsters only in it for the money, and who will say anything, no matter how stupid, irrational and dumb it makes them appear just to slide through this mess for another day until it's finally over?

    And then they'll do it again in some other way. Maussan contracts dumbos to make phony "UFO" videos regularly. This was no different, just greater hype (always a tell) piled up in advance of a vacuously mundane reveal--the reveal of nothing.

    It was all an act--a long hyped show and then nothing. It's just dawning on some.

    And that's the definition of hoax: fantastic story paired with phony "evidence."

    By Blogger zoamchomsky, at Sunday, June 14, 2015  

  • Zoam:

    It's more complex than that.

    But I don't know if it's worthwhile to dig into it further.

    The so-called Roswell "dream team" is all but dead and buried.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Sunday, June 14, 2015  

  • Hey, now we know all about a particular though totally insignificant child mummy.

    But someone has been telling us for over two years that there was validated and conclusive evidence that Earth has been visited by ET. This was the smoking gun, the "paradigm shattering" evidence that would "change history." Sounds too good.

    It's funny how that seems to have been forgotten. I know all about a mummy that I never wanted to know but I know absolutely nothing about visiting ET or crashed spacecraft or anything like that, and the world hasn't changed in the least bit!

    Forget the money. How do I get the time back? And still want to see a dead alien!

    By Blogger zoamchomsky, at Sunday, June 14, 2015  

  • The duplicity and mental aberration in the matter are so foul, Zoam, that it's best to leave the persons involved to wither away.

    They example the sickness at the heart of the UFO myth, ufology, as you often note.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Sunday, June 14, 2015  

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