posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 05:47 PM
One person who could give a reasonably authoritative opinion as to whether Harley Man is Rob Riggle would be someone, anyone, who has known Riggle for
a long time. How long a time? It would depend on the amount of time they might have spent together. Obviously a long time personal friend would be the
But even someone who worked with him over a period of a year or more, seeing him frequently in various situations, might be able to tell at once if
Harley Man is Riggle.
There have to be a lot of people in that category.
I know, if I was Riggle and knew that I was not Harley Man, I would simply answer email questions accordingly, with no fuss. Mike Walter eventually
came out with a video denying all the speculation about his statements. A lot of good it did, but surely the Riggle case is different.
Riggle would only be expected to defend the Harley Man statements if he were actually Harley Man. If he were not Harley Man, all he has to do is say
so, "It wasn't me. I was close by, or in the general area, or in the loo, but I wasn't interviewed by Mr. Leventhal."
Of course he would never say that if he was in fact Harley Man, because that might get Leventhal involved in a deceptive scenario, when it can be
avoided by silence. If Riggle was Harley Man, it's possible that he may have run into Leventhal, post The Daily Show, and reminisced about that day.
That's awkward for all concerned.
Another possibility is that Riggle, though not Harley Man himself, may know who Harley Man is, perhaps someone else from military Public Affairs. Food
[edit on 21-4-2009 by ipsedixit]