Originally posted by bknapple32
Let me get this straight. You are claiming to have a friend who has actually worked inside Area 51. This should be good. And even accepting that,
we should just believe you and your friend? The fact that he didnt see anything in his short 4 day stay there means ufos have NEVER been tested
there? The fact that people who work there laugh the notion of aliens off simply means they know everything and UFO's simply don't exist
Ah, sure I guess. I know your clinging to a belief that resembles extreme religious views (that's where you decide what you want to believe and
handicap your brain to see everything in that light). Sure, they could have done a whole bunch of Alien testing at 51..I guess. But I would recommend
you move out from under your mother's wings and get some life experience before you cling feverishly to ignorance. My post was not intended to attack
you in any way, but I guess you took it as an attack because what I had to say didn't fit in with your preconceived "big picture"
My oh my. Well ,since you said it, and your friend confirms it, whats the use in researching the 50 years prior??? Everything is all answered.
Ah, the harsh sarcasm of the young. You might be making a point, but your delivery needs a little work.
But of course Im not going to just believe that your friend was there. Every other person claiming that has been given the 3rd degree till it
was proven false or the person stopped posting. I assume you have proof of this? Or will you be like every other hoaxer and claim proof, but never
First of all, I could care less what you believe about my coworker or the business that I am in. From your posting habits, I would say you wouldn't
understand what we do anyway (and that is not a slight, so don't take that the wrong way). Now, most of the ridiculous, idiotic claims that get shot
down around here form those that spout that they have been to "Area 51" (that's not what is is called you know, right?) are fools saying such
outlandish things that it is pointless to even argue with them, as they are obviously full of bs. So yeah, the average bloke on here saying they have
been to "Area 51" is full of crap (see some of my other posts in this specific forum for more details) and your right to question them. But I have
not come on here and made any outlandish claims. Nor have I, or will I offer any proof. There is no proof to offer. Other than travel arrangements,
and a few hotel receipts in Vegas, I don't really think he stole the lunch room "area 51" salt shaker or anything. And only an ignorant fool would
risk loosing their companies ability to do business in that environment by trying to take clandestine pictures of what is REALLY BORING STUFF to
appease a board full of conspiracy enthusiasts. We, us grown ups, live and work in the real world, not some X-Files fantasy land.
Or perhaps will you say that you dont need to show proof and if we dont believe you on your one single solitary post, thats our loss?
First of all, I am far more than one single solitary post around here. Second, I am not asking for anyone to believe me about squat and could care
less. I frequent a forum full of conspiracy folks who poo-ah anything and everything...don't you think I know that? If I was going to make a name for
myself around here with the folks that treat this subject like a religion I would have taken my coworkers trip and made it into something it wasn't.
That would have been fun, but unfortunately I'm not a teenager anymore and don't get my kicks from fabricating half-truths to complete strangers
over the internet.
Either way, if you come on the area 51 board claiming to have knowledge beyond a normal civilian, knowing someone who has actually stayed on
the base, back it up with proof, or dont and keep the mouth quiet.
Look, I don't want you to come off looking foolish here, so put yourself in a grown-up business man's shows and just think for a second before you
post such utter tripe. What possible proof would be good enough for you folks anyway (an not that I care, lol) ? I am involved in a specialty niche
are that gets me involved in some military projects, so what. I know that is hard to believe, but it is not like it is on T.V. or in your mind. The
reality is that the majority if everything is very much mundane and boring. My co-worker went out there to handle some things that could not be done
over the phone or by video conference and that is about it. It had nothing to do with anything that is mind blowing.
Now, we do military work (well, in all honesty the military doesn't do any "work". we do work for General Dynamics, Raytheon, etc, that is for
military use. Most (I would say 99.9999%) of everything is done outside of a military base as far as the stuff that we are involved in, and it is very
rare that we would have to do "field work". It just so happens, that the few times a year we do field work, because of the stuff our products go
into, are at secluded locations. One, out of the 3-4 times a year we do, just happened to be at the base that all the conspiracy enthusiasts think is
at the center of some "cosmic watergate". To think for a second that we would compromise security by doing something as stupid as taking a picture
of a crappy hanger surrounded by sand with a pretty generic looking ******* ***** sitting in it getting worked on would be pretty foolish of us.
First, it is no proof at all of anything related to the conspiratorial nature that the internet has grown up around concerning "area 51" and second
doing clandestine photo work of the area could jeopardize our business contacts with whom we were working for out there and get us no further business
from them. And make no mistake about it, although security was pretty lax out there after he got on base (he cold have done pretty much anything he
wanted to according to him) the folks that we work for take things like this very seriously (more so than the base personal working alongside them)
because if they get pegged for bringing in a contractor that breaches protocol (if that's what you want to call it, I'm not a spook and don't know
the term you would like me to use) it is bad for them, really bad for them...in terms of contract penalties I assume.
Plus, my co-worker who went there would care less about this stuff anyway, and was just glad to get it over with. Hell, the way he tells it I really
got the better end of the deal in Thailand