reply to post by reef75
I was in the thread too.
I actually went and drove by the house address we discovered that was over by NASA.
I don't understand why you are convinced that there was actually something legitimate about this debacle?
I mean, please understand, I am not trying to be a Debbie Downer and rain on your parade, and I most certainly do not intend to insinuate that you are
entirely incorrect. I have an open mind and I do believe that there are always exceptions to the rule.
However, it was my clear understanding that this was a summer-time experiment that these kids decided to do while on school break and started it as
some sort of half-assed puzzle/conspiracy/viral thing, then once they realized people were actually trying to figure it out, they started adding other
stuff and trying to make it seem like it was actually supposed to have some sort of answer.
But it just kept getting more and more nonsensical, and the people that were trying to figure it out far surpassed them in intelligence in that regard
and they realized that they had gotten in way over their heads.
I followed the thread from the beginning to somewhere in the 200's.....I can't remember exactly what page, but I stopped following it once it was
well articulated that the whole thing was more akin to a prank than an actual cryptic message.
If it was legit, why do it a year ahead of the actual date that it's supposed to concern?
And what's so special about that same date this year? Nothing happened a year ago, what's the draw with the August date?