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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 $403,119 and employs a staff of approximately 12.
Our Two Dogs is located in San Diego, California. This organization primarily operates in the Hot Dog Stand business / industry within the Eating and Drinking Places sector. This organization has been operating for approximately 10 years. Our Two Dogs is estimated to generate $403,119 in annual revenues, and employs approximately 12 people at this single location.
originally posted by: RobertSheaffer
a reply to: RobertSheaffer
"More to follow on BadUFOs.com"
Just finished: The Case of the Missing Hot Dogs.
I guess you didn't read the badufos blog post where they said they would sue if Robert Sheaffer said it was a hot dog stand. So I think we can infer from that it's not a hot dog stand.
originally posted by: Springer
a reply to: mirageman
But let's say it is a hot dog stand, it's doing $400K a year and has the means to loan a startup enough money to get off the ground, what's the problem with that?
originally posted by: Guest101If Bigelow worked for a Pentagon secret program, he is probably legally bound to remain silent about the results. So Bigelow himself is not in a position to share the fruits of his AATIP research with the general public.
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If Bigelow worked for a Pentagon secret program, he is probably legally bound to remain silent about the results...
He is joined by scientists and engineers with the same interest. Some are well-known in UFO history, others not. But until now, no ‘bad names’ have turned up as far as I know. So maybe it’s best to wait until more data turns up instead of constantly fuelling suspicion with the paranoia instilled into all of us over the past decades
...But there's another part of that, which is, we can't be doing it, the U.S. government can't do it — that would obviously be a lie. We need somebody who would plausibly be mining the ocean, spending a lot of money despite all logic saying this is a feasible, economic thing. Who could that be? What about Howard Hughes, the guy who built a wooden airplane that didn't fly?
On the eccentric billionaire Howard Hughes
Hughes, at that time, [was] probably the most famous business man in America. ... [He] came up in a mining family, so actually that's one reason this made plausible sense. ... He was a pilot, he made movies, and by 1968 he was just gigantically famous, but also living on the top floor of the Desert Inn Hotel in Las Vegas hopped up on pills, and he became a shut-in.
But to the public, still, he had these companies, he had a lot of money, he had [a] proven track record of doing bananas things that didn't make sense.
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All this stuff definitely did'nt come from TDL, and definitely was made up by some interventionist clique who basically seems to have co-opted TDL.
Its absurd on its face that they can do all of this with these people and the meager resources they have.
Let’s forget about disclosure.
One can understand their dynamic approach in going indirect towards disclosure, that’s a reasonable premise, though deceitful. Since TDL’s past claims and statements just don’t match this current organizations stated goals.
My own fascination with the Phenomenon started in earnest while I was an undergraduate and later a graduate student majoring in English literature and American Romanticism. Reading the visionary and mystical poetry of William Blake and the transcendental musings of the American Romantics fueled my interest in the “other.” It was only a short leap for me to the works of the seventeenth-century Swedish mystic Emanuel Swedenborg (who knew Emerson had so many of Swedenborg’s works in his library?), Christian Mysticism, Mystery Schools, and then onward to the vast library of metaphysical literature. Those on the journey recognize the path.
originally posted by: The GUT
a reply to: 1ofthe9
Excellent find 1o9. I would suggest we continue to see a theme. What does that theme infer? I personally think it reveals much but, admittedly, doesn't immediately resolve our bigger questions as relates to TTS and/or Team Bigelow.