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originally posted by: Kandinsky
To expand on my doubts, if there was a mind-control/hypnotic narrative being implanted in his memory, would they really be so extravagant and plot-driven? Would they 'program' someone with a narrative that's so full of holes and inviting of incredulity? Would it even be possible?
originally posted by: mirageman
a reply to: zazzafrazz
Lazar's "MAJ Badge"
S4 allegedly is the location Bob worked at.
DS possibly "Disc Storage"
ETL Extra Terrestrial Laboratory
WX Work Transfer
Of course there is a problem in that a US Department of Naval intelligence is not known to exist whilst there is the ONI (Office of Naval Intelligence).
Also the badge is supposedly a fake
But I think bybots made his point well about ufologists filling in the blanks
As far as Im aware Bob made that badge from memory to show everyone what it looked like. In regards to DNI (Department Of Naval Intelligence) Bob provided his W2 payslip at court when he was charged with pandering, which people also claim is fake. The judge accepted he worked for the DNI after it was investigated by Detective Bill Young. The judge also states that it is enormously difficult to get any information from government sources on Bob.
originally posted by: Bybyots
Cheese and rice,
I'm really tripping out on something right now. It took Stephen Spielberg 4 years to finally have Close Encounters of the Third Kind made in 1977.
Then only 1 year later, Stanton Friedman interviews Jesse Marcel in 1978.
What's trippin' me out is: where the hell did Close Encounters come from? With its little big-headed aliens, and gangly pale also-big-headed aliens? I just somehow can't get over the fact that CEotTK has no Roswell in it whatsoever.
...What I'm pondering is, "Look! Lookie here at our top secret flight platform mega-operation! Here! UFOs and everything. Bring your camcorders!"...meanwhile back at the new base of black ops wet dreams...
Lazar was contracted from an outside company to work at Los Alamos so it's feasible he just lied to get a job (lots of people did this in the late 80's and were allowed to work on Top Secret projects, I know).
Other than the dubious college stuff then there really isn't anything else you can say.
The bag, from which the instrument derives it's name, was originally made from a sheep's stomach. Modern players use leather hide bags or bags from man-made materials. Hide bags must treated to keep them air tight. The piper blows air into the bag and then squeezes the bag to make air come out through a chanter and three drones (described below).
Curious how it all turned out to be drones...
originally posted by: GeorgeKnapp
a reply to: Bybyots
I don't even know how to respond. How green was my horn? What the hell does that mean? My career path is pretty well documented.