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Monday, September 26, 2016

The Roswell Slides: A Retrospective

Kevin Randle mentions, at his blog [kevinrandle.blogspot.com], in a piece about a Tom Carey interview that his readers can find my take on the slides (which, by the way, started in 2013 and went all the way through to 2015 and that Mexico fiasco).

Kevin suggests that those still interested can come to this blog and input, in the search bar at the upper left of the opening page, Roswell Slides, and they will get my views about the slides, some of the views not flattering to Kevin, at the time.

So, for those of you who are still interested -- can this be so? -- type in Roswell Slides, above left, in the search bar and have at it.

(One disgruntled with and envious person of this blog keeps trying to insinuate that my part in the slides farce is other than what it really was. You can find my actual take on the Roswell slides by reading what I was writing about them, at the time.)

I thank my pal Kevin Randle for his judicious attention to my meager output here. He's one of the few objective, honest persons in the UFO community and that is significant.

RR

2 Comments:

  • Rich -

    The real point of my posting with Carey's interview was not really to talk about the slides, but to provide insight into this fiasco. I posted the link to Don Schmitt's interview so that everyone could contrast what these two guys said about how all this went down. And, for contrast and those who wanted to read the history of this thing, I thought they could look at what you had posted and what I had posted... but the main point was to provide the insight into all of this. And for those who wish that information in a more concise fashion, I thought a nod to Roswell in the 21st Century might be the place to go.

    By Blogger KRandle, at Tuesday, September 27, 2016  

  • I saw your response to PG....

    I think you made it clear that it was the machinations of the slides affair you were hoping to clarify.

    But one can't escape the crux of the whole debacle: those damnable slides. If a few of the normally moderate UFO fellows hadn't got obsessed and/or maniacal about those things -- no matter who provoked the hysteria -- we'd still have respect for some of the participants.

    I lost a close friend because of the matter, and you ended up with strained relationships too I imagine.

    Clearing the air is always a good thing, unless it's the aroma of cookies baking in an over.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, September 27, 2016  

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