So, last night I was watching some videos and reading some Wikipedia articles related to conspiracy theories, FEMA, Rex-84, US debt to China, etc.
The pages I spent the most time on are:
Basically, I was trying to find facts and evidence; then from there, form an idea of what the government is plotting and why. Then today, I came home
to my friend's house at which we both live. She told me that I got a phone call from a woman in what sounded like maybe her late 30's. The
Woman: Hi, is S there?
Friend: No, he's not with me right now.
Woman: And who is this?
Friend: This is his friend B.
Woman: Oh. Okay, thank you. Bye. (Hangs up)
When she told me about the conversation, I thought it may have been one of many places I called about employment before I found my job. So I called
the number back, and all I got was, "Your call cannot completed. Please check the number and dial again." and then, "...message sent to TX 08 MN."
No results for that code on Google, so I don't know if the number was somehow promptly disconnected, or if they blocked my number from calling back.
I figured it was some kind of phone spam, telemarking, something along those lines. But I decided to Google the number. It was from the town of
Mckinney, a town approximately 30 minutes North of Dallas, where I live. It was listed as a company called "Information Providers, Inc." Their
website seemed to confirm that the call was part of some kind of statistical research, but it still seemed a little creepy.
is their website URL.
I visited it, and as it listed their services, it did seem legitimate. However, once I went to 'About' and then 'Web Links' I noticed at the top
of the list, a link to a list of Fed agencies. The site itself doesn't specify what this list is for. I'd guess its links to who they mainly serve,
considering the links to numerous different related companies. Regardless, the Fed list says:
Library of Congress-Thomas Legislative Information
United States Senate
United States House of Representatives
Still, I don't want to just assume I've been put on some kind of watch list or something like that. But considering the coincidences and the very...
generic feel of the site and the information presented there, I can't help but to wonder what the ATS community's opinions are and if they've
received any similar calls or even some from the same company.