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originally posted by: 1ofthe9
A hotdog stand? This is the weirdest saga I’ve seen on here so far.
The lack of a FOIA return bothers me. If it wasn’t a classified program, why is it so hard to get proof of its existence? Also the hostile alien narrative - thats very odd for the govenment to associate with.
Categorized under Hot Dog Stands. Our records show it was established in 2008 and incorporated in CA. Current estimates show this company has an annual revenue of 403119 and employs a staff of approximately 12
originally posted by: mirageman
“I’ve been a researcher and student of UFOs for many, many years. Anybody that does research, if people bother to do quality research, comes away absolutely convinced. You don’t have to have personal encounters...People have been killed. People have been hurt. It’s more than observational kind of data..."
This was heavy stuff...Now where do the origins of this quote lie?
originally posted by: Harpua
I'm kind of bored with the FLIR footage... how about some high def footage of exactly what the pilots are seeing?
originally posted by: mirageman
a reply to: Baablacksheep
The answer was posted back on page 45. But I appreciate some parts of the thread get a bit boring at times.
However the basic facts are that if the TTSA does not raise $5m
If the offering size were to be less than $5 million and above the $1 million minimum, TTS AAS would adjust its use of proceeds by reducing planned growth of employee headcount, reducing operational costs, and slowing down projects or not making investment in projects. The company is also required under the loan to Our Two Dogs, Inc. to repay 10% of the net proceeds from funds raised in this offering, up to $400,000 in this scenario.
So if the project doesn't raise $5m then any money invested goes to paying his 'existing' team (who 3 months into their first year have so far produced a website and a promo video that we know of).
֍ $100k goes to Tom directly
֍ Up to $400k to his Our Two Dogs company.
Our Two Dogs Inc. is a hot dog stand that employees 12 people and turns over $400k per annum. The 'loan' money to this project seems like a tax write-off.
֍ The only full time employees of TTSA are Tom and Kari DeLonge, and Lisa Clifford.
֍ Jim Semivan and Hal Puthoff are listed as contractors.
֍ Luiz Elizondo and others are not listed. So who is he, and others listed as DeLonge's team working for?
֍ Projects will be slowed down or not invested in at all if the $5m is not raised.
We still don’t have any solid evidence that this program even existed. None of this was classified (supposedly) - but we have had a way easier time finding the hot dog connection then any official documentation.
She spent hours with him reviewing unclassified documents, for the $22 million program operated largely “in the white” (that is, not under special restricted access), but hidden in the huge defense budget, with only parts of it classified.