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originally posted by: IsaacKoi
I'm just not sure whether I should be doing things that ultimately would almost certainly be more productive.
originally posted by: The GUT
You tantalized us (me) for two years about an Aviary thread that has never materialized. Por favor, Sir. I have eaten my pudding and await my meat.
originally posted by: LiteraryJourney
a reply to: IsaacKoi
Maussan is offering a bounty to the first person that robs the grave of this poor child and presents its corpse to him.
Just the worst of the worst. This on the heels of a Mexican news agency's report that 2,500,000 people wordwide paid $20 each to view the fiasco via live stream. That's $50mm. If that figure is any where near accurate, look out. A new dynamic has entered the fray. Just as Maussan hits a new low. All of it is beyond disgusting. A full accounting of the money is needed.
…(Mussan) His latest in a long line of grandstanding will no doubt fuel more animosity towards him, Adam Dew and Tom Carey, who continue to refuse to acknowledge the validity of the conclusive evidence published by the Roswell Slides Research Group which shattered their unsupported claims and arguably called motives into question. The skeptical group's findings were independently verified by multiple sources, including Frank Warren at 'The UFO Chronicles', who reported a lack of investigative cooperation from Adam Dew and Tom Carey in addition to confirmation the placard identified the corpse as a mummy.
Richard Dolan appeared at the beWITNESS event, called the slides compelling and repeatedly vouched for the sincerity and research skills of the slides promoters. In the aftermath of the wheels coming off, Dolan emphatically stated the saga is over for him and suggested the community move on.
While some UFO enthusiasts might choose to support Dolan's stance on the matter, others will question how a researcher such as he, that claims to be qualified to report on some of the most intricate and secret aspects of the global intelligence community, could have failed to accurately assess the slides fiasco as absurd from the start. Essentially, an argument could be made that it doesn't make much sense that Dolan couldn't figure out what virtually everyone else in ufology could surmise about the situation and the parties involved.
Others, however, will likely not care, as long as they continue to get what they want from so-called ufologists, whatever that may be. For them and the ufologists, perhaps the show must simply go on.