Originally posted by Tifozi
reply to post by daniel_g
You realize that you just raised the issue even more, don't you?
Since you are so smart and it's obvious to you, please explain to all the ignorant of us "here on ATS" why the military/governament didn't release
any information about this transportation.
Since "it's so normal" and "everything here on ATS is a UFO".
Because, you know, "here on ATS" usually we try to see past the obvious, and we don't just giggle and say "uhuh... This link says it's a plane!
Just for example "the official link" in the Battle of LA said it was a weather ballon.
That's so cute... A weather ballon that can take shots from AA guns made to bring down BOMBERS.
But hey, the link says it, so it must be true!
[edit on 22/8/09 by Tifozi]
Tifozy, I don't understand why you have to grab something I post and twist it around.
The fuselage came all the way from California (but I'll let the 'smart' ATS community verify that information).
Why did I post here?
1- To mock the thread
2- So that perhaps another 'smart' ATS member could trace the route the fuselage took. I wouldn't be surprised if this turns out to be the same
truck as it most likely traveled only by night and at relatively slow speeds.
Oh, and yes, most likely the (local) government did release info about it, I don't live there, I don't know. Too bad your 'smart' ATS'r wasn't
present at that moment. Instead we get a fool who could have called local authorities to try and find out what's going on, but instead starts a
thread on ATS called 'landing on i20?'
What's even worse, there's no attempt on anyone to find out what's going on between pages 1-3, the closest they come to is a guy monitoring radio
stations to see if they mention anything.
Coincidentally, another ATSr posts the same thing, but on another thread, and another road in the same area. That's when the real smart ATSrs kicked
in. They figured out that's the route between to known facilities, and even go as far as to guess what it might have been (a fighter jet fuselage).
Sadly, to date, no one suggested contacting the transportation authority in Texas to try and find more info. Do it myself perhaps? I'm sorry, but no.
Guys like you make me lose all hope in humankind since I know that if I call, and post results here, guys like you will start throwing comments like
'that's why it's called a coverup, they won't tell you the tuth!', or will find never ending loopholes in the story.
and we don't just giggle and say "uhuh... This link says it's a plane! vrruummm".
Eat your own words, didn't you just write: "That's so cute... A weather ballon that can take shots from AA guns made to bring down BOMBERS"
So somehow you came to the conclusion that there was
something in the sky - I thought u didn't jump to conclusions that
anyways, suppose there was something, suppose it was a weather balloon, suppose the military did shoot it down. Would you ever expect to see the
headline 'Military shoots thousands of rounds, downs weather balloon'?
Maybe they did shoot down a weather balloon and are still covering it up.
Maybe they shot a weather balloon, and missed.
Maybe they did shoot an UFO with no success.
Maybe they downed an UFO and are covering it up.
Maybe they simply shot a cloud.
Abosutely no one ever said 'weather balloon, case closed' rather they open possibilities, same thing I'm doing here.
[edit on 22-8-2009 by daniel_g]