posted on Mar, 30 2011 @ 11:35 PM
Well to me it was a little disappointing, save the flames it is just my opinion after all. By presenting a specific subject, people are forced to
respond with how it relates to them. In this case a lot of disinterest. Contrails have been seen from WWII to the current. The suspicion they could be
used for chemical dispersion is fine, but aren’t many of the questions asked right here in the forums, much more consequential and immediate? It’s
not that the chemtrail idea is totally unfeasible, just that the concern I could express for it would be marginal at best, in comparison to all the
other wonderful ways I can imagine for the government to plan our demise. The old joke about: “What’s in the water?” comes to mind.
Given the resources to ask, I would be asking all the questions the mainstream doesn’t in far more general terms. “Do you trust your
government?”, Do you think your taxes are fair?”, “Did you agree with the bank bailouts?”, “Do you think the earth has been visited by
UFOs?”. It’s not the implied correctness of the response which I would find interesting, but the diversity of the answers.
I’m just curious of how many out there think, like most do here?
Although the blanket of complacency and lack of curiosity I found disturbing. It was a supreme effort, for them to ask what the interviewer was even