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It is true, words do love me so
I love that, "literary narcissist" !!!! Hey, you're pretty good with a pen yourself Gibborium. My friends are reluctant to let me off the hook and
go back to my bicycle movie. Perhaps you would like to join our "inner circle" and write for the Apollo docs ?
Smart guy like you, should have caught on 'bout my writing style(s). I always make my point about Apollo, about the fraud. There is always plenty of
straight up content, but some of it, the content by way of style stuff, the "literary narcissism" as you call it, is of course more often than not
tongue in cheek. It's a debate tactic, like when you guys call me an idiot. Obviously, I have tremendous respect for you, literally do Gibborium.
That should be obvious by now. Hence my sanctioning of the others.
Anyhoo, I actually think the video/YouTube stuff is the way to go with regard to "influencing the public at large". That said, writing will always
be important, and ultimately writing serious and polished pieces online will be critical for our side. We are working on a dedicated web site for
this and an iBook. You probably will be relieved to know that I won't be involved in these projects, at least not early on anyhoo. I need a break.
With respect to informal forum writing, I do believe it is VERY important to explore, use different writing styles, different literary approaches, get
a feel for what works as a writer under these rather unusual circumstances, and get a feel for how the public responds to any given approach, from
straight academic writing, to off the cliff satire. I am almost convinced that a straight forward, for the most part serious approach, will be most
effective. Presentations that lean toward emphasizing the profoundly ironic, will and do indeed, present tense, have their place. Satire may prove
most effective in film/video with regard to the exposing of Apollo as the fraudulent scam that it is.
I consider myself rather an expert by now, having done it for 14 months, and having had a hand, albeit a small one, in the making of some videos about
There is so so so so so much information we have to convey, our movement does. Each day I sit down to write there are a dozen things, a dozen things
quite literally that simply go unaddressed given time constraints. For this reason, my sense is that it is critical for people like myself, people
that post in high volume and despite your compliment, "literary narcissism", post very much unpolished material, to continue aggressively covering a
lot of material. Just getting it all down in some public forum, whatever "all" means, at any given time, is very important. To be sure, that is one
of the reasons I actually enjoy posting here. SayonaraJupiter teaches me so much about the fraud, things I do not know, would never learn by way of my
interacting for the most part with others that "do Apollo fraud" by way of examining the bogus medical issues, the activities of the astronaut
malingerers. So together, our record, mine and SayonaraJupiter's, albeit very patchwork and sketchy, and not always correct, off target at times as
should only be expected, is more complete than either of us could do posting in isolation, and actually constitutes the most complete and accurate
history of Apollo heretofore penned, and that of course includes histories by mainstreamers like Chaikin and Harland, their histories flawed from the
get go by virtue of their not acknowledging the fraud to begin with. Fundamentally, Apollo is at heart fraudulent. It is not about manned lunar
landings. It is about military activities. So if a historian misses that, their story is borderline worthless.
At some point, I will post a polished piece here, something that takes several months to write. It will be a piece that focuses on a single
dedicated subtopic. I will perhaps do this just before I pass off these writing duties to a colleague. We'll see. Bet you'll like it Gibborium,
almost can guarantee it. Maybe a character piece on Kranz or something like that. Schmitt would be a great subject for a dedicated polished piece as
I think I have mentioned before, in my opinion, a couple of my colleagues write as well or better than do I. That said, writing has been more a part
of my life than it has for the others, more central, and looking back, I think that aspect of things did prove to work well for my group as writing
per se is a motivation for me. As PluPerfect once wrote so eloquently;
decisively "is enamored BY flowery writing". And it is true. words do love me so.
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