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As Promised, Alonzo Typer Checking In

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posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 06:54 PM
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reply to post by SonoftheSun
 


No it is more of where's the Facts, Mr. Typer?




posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 06:57 PM
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Was just joking with you Tom. I think he'll be back. Might take some time though. As Des pointed out, he's previously shown that he's not exactly in a rush to reply.

I'm out. Night.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:01 PM
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Well put Angela! Very well put! Cheers, Tom



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:01 PM
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Brilliant work, sir.

The more I read the comments, the less doubt I had. And I obviously will take the word of someone with first hand experience than what history tells us. People that write history lie.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:04 PM
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I smell the style of writing and vocab of the famous though now banned Protoplasimic Traveler.

Remember Proto, when serving a dose of revenge, be sure to dig 2 graves.

I was enjoying the story,

Please sir, can i have some more ?



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:09 PM
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Originally posted by lonegurkha

Originally posted by AlonzoTyper

Originally posted by lonegurkha



I was stationed on a “Yorktown” class carrier throughout much of the War. I was assigned as a radio operator on B-25’s and flew on many successful missions.


Mr. Typer, If you were on a Yorktown class carrier most of the war as you state in this quote. How is it that a navy man was assigned as a radio operator in a B-25 which was an Army Air Force plane? As far as I know the only B25's that ever flew off a carrier were the Doolittle raiders. As a student of WWII I would like to request a clarification of how this happened please.


You are correct, I was stationed on a Yorktown class for much of the War, but for the last year or so I did take part in the "Doolittle Raids" as you call it. You are very astute, and it is very humbling to be one who experienced the War, yet was so long ago, it is hard to set about stating every last detail

In my attempt to summarize the details leading up to the more "interesting" stories, I clearly was not detailed enough. I could write a book on the War alone, but in this submission I was trying to get straight to the point. I know many of you are looking for any reason not to believe me, and I understand your skepticism
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Ok guys here is the baloney. This guy is a fraud his answer to my original question from page one proves it.




You are correct, I was stationed on a Yorktown class for much of the War, but for the last year or so I did take part in the "Doolittle Raids" as you call it.


There it is for all to see. The Doolittle raid, that's raid singular. There was only one and it took place 4 months into the war not at the end as he states. The Doolittle raid was concieved to boost American morale after Pearl Harbor. Army Air Corps B25 medium Bombers where stripped down to make a one way trip and bomb Tokyo. Then they flew on and went down in China when they ran out of fuel. They were launched off of the USS Hornet. Want to learn about this mission. Try reading "30 seconds over Tokyo".

This was one of the most famous missions of the whole war. Everyone alive at the time knew all about it. I call hoax,hoax,hoax. There is no way this guy would not know the truth of this mission if he were alive at the time.





Except anyone can accidentally put an extra letter in the end of a word or sentence as I have done many times over the years.

Also, wasn't Pearl Harbour attacked in 1944, this making it "near the end of the war"? Or do you only count the war as started from the moment the US was forced to get involved and not the 5 years prior?



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:15 PM
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Quoth Alonzo.



You are correct, I was stationed on a Yorktown class for much of the War, but for the last year or so I did take part in the "Doolittle Raids" as you call it.


To me, this has a quite sensible and normal attribution.

Mr Typer was on a carrier for much of the war, but for the last year or two he was not on the carrier, he was conducting what he thinks we are calling "Doolittle Raids", which everybody else calls strategic bombing of Japan. His missions did not take off from a carrier and Mr Typer hasn't said his bombing runs took off from a carrier.

I have not seen clear evidence of ahistorical statements or deception from Mr Typer, and I'm very far from a 'true believer' type.

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posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:16 PM
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Its funny to see so many people defending an obvious Hoax because they put their reputation on the line by defending the OP.

I have read his Introduction thread and this one, I didnt know what it was but the intro thread didnt 'feel' right. Now with all the glaring contradictions in this thread its clear to me this is a hoax. What I dont get is why people take such grand claims at face value without first finding out if the person is credible or not. I mean if facts are not important to you just go watch Star Trek, its made up and the aliens are much cooler.

Saying its great entertainment and to just enjoy it is fine, but i dont come here to delude myself that fiction is reality. I come here for facts and figures, there are plenty of other forums on the net that partake in fantasy maybe they are more to the liking of the OP.

At the end of the day if someone cant be accurate about things we can verify why should you believe anything they have to say about things we cant verify. Just common sense, to me anyway.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:19 PM
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Originally posted by ANGELA11
dying ninety year old man alive on this planet today reading or writing in Above Top Secret.
If you are a dying ninety year old man you would be reading very little because you wouldn't be able to keep your eyes open for more than ten minutes. Television and word games like crosswords and word search is how you would be spending your time.
If you are a dying ninety year old man the only thoughts that would be going through your mind would be dying. Death.
If you are a dying ninety year old man you wouldn't be capable of writing what you wrote and you wouldn't reply to people calling you a liar because you wouldn't waste your time.

I have never read such sillyness before, especially your in depth knowledge of what it is like to be a 90 year old man. I'll tell you what, if you find 100 90+ year old men and none of them spend their time reading, have other thoughts than death or the ability to press buttons with letters on them then maybe you'll have some credibility.

It is actually pretty sick what you are saying to one of your elders, and even being one of the disgusting people that wanted to post stuff like that on his intro thread.

Some should speak and others should listen. Please, don't speak, you're an embarrassment to our generation.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:20 PM
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Dying 90 year old men don't post on ATS.

Right or wrong, Mr AlonzoTyper is an intelligent individual.
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posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:21 PM
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I dont know if this is true or not. I have even recieved a call from DoD about something i posted here on ATS , though i dont have any information that could hurt anything , they still asked me to not speak about it. I believe this man is going to recieve a visit if this is real or at least a call.

I just dont think Mr. Alfonzo or w/e his name is will be able to give away many details.

If any of you have security clearance , i highly suggest you keep your mouth shut.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:22 PM
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Hellooooooo,
Pearl Harbor was bombed, by the Japanese, December 7, 1941.
No kidding, not a plot...it did happen for what ever reason you would attach to it,

Jeeeeez, what a bunch of US public school idiots!
Tom



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:24 PM
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No.


Also, wasn't Pearl Harbour attacked in 1944....


1941. 7th December, '41...."....a date which will live in infamy.."....



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posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:26 PM
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Looks like the ATS washing machine has hung this guy out to dry.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:29 PM
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Also, wasn't Pearl Harbour attacked in 1944, this making it "near the end of the war"? Or do you only count the war as started from the moment the US was forced to get involved and not the 5 years prior?


You, sir, are a complete idiot!
Why would you continue to bait, harass and make people angry?
You are doing this on purpose to drag others to your level.
Please stop your foolishness.

Thank you,
Tom



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:40 PM
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Originally posted by curious7

Originally posted by lonegurkha

Originally posted by AlonzoTyper

Originally posted by lonegurkha



I was stationed on a “Yorktown” class carrier throughout much of the War. I was assigned as a radio operator on B-25’s and flew on many successful missions.


Mr. Typer, If you were on a Yorktown class carrier most of the war as you state in this quote. How is it that a navy man was assigned as a radio operator in a B-25 which was an Army Air Force plane? As far as I know the only B25's that ever flew off a carrier were the Doolittle raiders. As a student of WWII I would like to request a clarification of how this happened please.


You are correct, I was stationed on a Yorktown class for much of the War, but for the last year or so I did take part in the "Doolittle Raids" as you call it. You are very astute, and it is very humbling to be one who experienced the War, yet was so long ago, it is hard to set about stating every last detail

In my attempt to summarize the details leading up to the more "interesting" stories, I clearly was not detailed enough. I could write a book on the War alone, but in this submission I was trying to get straight to the point. I know many of you are looking for any reason not to believe me, and I understand your skepticism
edit on 13-2-2012 by AlonzoTyper because: (no reason given)


Ok guys here is the baloney. This guy is a fraud his answer to my original question from page one proves it.




You are correct, I was stationed on a Yorktown class for much of the War, but for the last year or so I did take part in the "Doolittle Raids" as you call it.


There it is for all to see. The Doolittle raid, that's raid singular. There was only one and it took place 4 months into the war not at the end as he states. The Doolittle raid was concieved to boost American morale after Pearl Harbor. Army Air Corps B25 medium Bombers where stripped down to make a one way trip and bomb Tokyo. Then they flew on and went down in China when they ran out of fuel. They were launched off of the USS Hornet. Want to learn about this mission. Try reading "30 seconds over Tokyo".

This was one of the most famous missions of the whole war. Everyone alive at the time knew all about it. I call hoax,hoax,hoax. There is no way this guy would not know the truth of this mission if he were alive at the time.





Except anyone can accidentally put an extra letter in the end of a word or sentence as I have done many times over the years.

Also, wasn't Pearl Harbour attacked in 1944, this making it "near the end of the war"? Or do you only count the war as started from the moment the US was forced to get involved and not the 5 years prior?



IF YOU CANT EVEN GET A BASIC HISTORICAL FACT LIKE PEARL HARBOR RIGHT, WHY SHOULD WE LISTEN TO ANYTHING YOU HAVE TO SAY?



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:45 PM
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I really enjoyed this thread – well done all!

If you liked this particular thread, you might also like to read the actual "Diary of Alonzo Typer", written (some say "discovered") by H.P. Lovecraft around 1930.

The link to this diary was published previously in this thread. I include it again below:

www.hplovecraft.com...

At the above link, you will find a really chilling tail, filled with strange and grotesque narrative. The diary chronicles what happened to Alonzo Typer, a researcher and scientist, who disappeared mysteriously while investigating a haunted house at the start of the 20th century.

The part where Alonzo goes into the basement of the house is really chilling. There is a lot of vagueness and some inconsistencies in the story – but other parts of the story are so perfectly descriptive – you have to read it to get what I am saying here.

But -- the amazing thing about this story (as well documented by H.P. Lovecraft himself) -- the absolutely most amazing thing about the "Diary of Alonzo Typer" is that it is 100% TRUE!

Really! Check it out. It says so right in the editorial notes to the story!


Have a good Valentine's Day!



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:45 PM
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Originally posted by tomdham

You, sir, are a complete idiot!
Why would you continue to bait, harass and make people angry?
You are doing this on purpose to drag others to your level.


Damn you just did..


On another note...the gray area maybe an area for people to make crap up...but when you put in historical facts that can be checked on...than you are fair game.

All you people who believe anything posted should relax...let the OP defend himself if he can. You people seriously need to get a clue and realize that not everything on here is fact...maybe 2 to 5 percent is..the rest is just BS. If it wasn't for people asking questions...this site would become an big joke...but the healthy skepticism keeps it real.


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posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:47 PM
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You know Mr. Tim3LoRd,
This thread has gone to the point that even Mr. Typer would not recognize it.

What as shame.
The in fighting of the ATS members will never allow Mr. Typer to respond.

TTYL.
Tom



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 07:49 PM
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Originally posted by TiM3LoRd
IF YOU CANT EVEN GET A BASIC HISTORICAL FACT LIKE PEARL HARBOR RIGHT, WHY SHOULD WE LISTEN TO ANYTHING YOU HAVE TO SAY?


Well when you say it like that, I could say

"IF YOU CALL A THREAD A HOAX OVER A TINY FRACTION OF NON IMPORTANT INFORMATION, WHY SHOULD ANYONE LISTEN TO YOU?"

But I understand, it's easier for you to look at the little frame than the big picture. Deny Ignorance, not Ignorantly Deny.




If you liked this particular thread, you might also like to read the actual "Diary of Alonzo Typer", written (some say "discovered") by H.P. Lovecraft around 1930.

So if you like a thread, you read a book the guy named his Username after? : o
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