posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 04:28 AM
Trust me, you can work for the MIC and still have lots of ideas of your very own.
They don't shoot you up with some sort of zombie drug that limits your every thought to support of the government.
This reminds me of the weird illogic on the 911 forums where they go all agog over some construction company putting up buildings at Ft Meade and
trying to link them to the supposed demolition of the Twin Towers. Why do you think one has jack to do with the other?
So what if the guy works for L3 or whatever? He draws a check and works on stuff at work that's classified. When he goes home, he diddles with model
railroads. That doesn't mean that his model railroads use anti-gravity and Tesla power because he can only think of that due to zombie imprinting from
Skunk Baxter does combat space simulations for Space Command, then goes home and teaches guitar, or writes music. It's not super secret guitar, or
mind control guitar, he's just an ace guitar player who works for the MIC as a Master of the Universe. Unless you listen to the intro to King of the
Hill or some Steely Dan and then start waddling around the living room doing the Imhotep two-step going "the MIC is my master", I suppose.
Me, I build tube audio stuff. Or do crazy nuclear related design work for fun that always gets gagged. I also like to ride motorcycles, long ago when
I had time I did competition shooting (and taught it) and none of it is related to my actual work. See how that works? Satoshi Nakamoto likes model
trains and writes software. Each cat his own rat.
edit on 8-3-2014 by Bedlam because: (no reason given)