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Originally posted by cupocoffee
...Also, assuming the expeditions are a hoax, there should be thousands of disgruntled victims of the hoax by now, so - where are they?
There are barely any negative testimonials from people who have actually attended one of the field trips at all...
Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People
Perhaps they put on a good show -- not necessarily a "real" one, but a good one nevertheless.
Originally posted by Kandinsky
Firstly, are you aware that people have to sign a 'non-disclosure contract' before attending a CSETI session? That might explain the lack of information...that and the abject humiliation they'd feel in admitting they spent a few hundred bucks being conned.
CSETI - It'll be our little secret....shhhhh
By my signature affixed below, I agree to hold all proceedings of this CSETI Ambassadors to the Universe Training Retreat confidential and agree that it shall not be shared publicly without the prior express written consent of CSETI.
Originally posted by D.Wolf
Once someone resorts to the tactic portrayed in the link below, he or she will forever gets stamped "unreliable" in my book. Lying, cheating, twisting and turning to boost whatever is a no go area.
It'll stick to ya like tar and feathers. I don't care about the message when the messenger has been busted.
Also, assuming the expeditions are a hoax, there should be thousands of disgruntled victims of the hoax by now, so - where are they?