posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 06:22 PM
reply to post by vivid1975
I watched the whole video...almost. There was a brief dozing off in the middle part. This was not the kind of stuff that keeps your riveted to your
seat, denying yourself a bathroom trip even when you know you can pause the action.
As someone with some knowledge of media and reporting, I have to seriously fault her for not being more professional when she had every opportunity in
making this video. I shall explain. Yes, she had to operate solely upon what she could remember of that about two-hour talk with him. She knew that
going in and should have had her system well thought out. Jabbering to us as she drove in a distracting, noisy car was not a decent plan.
Doing the video itself while driving away from the interview was an excellent idea to quickly unload the fresh details for herself. But it should
have been for her sole use, a rough draft you could say. Once secure in a quiet place she could have played and stopped the video at her leisure,
made an outline of the major points and organized the material accordingly. Working in that manner would also allow her to recall some of the info
that she did not get onto the tape in the car and she could then add it to her organized account. She could of had a finished product of decent
quality. As for myself being dubious of Richards' whole story, I don't give it or her high marks and feel that the best part was when I was
She still has a chance to remake the video as I've suggested, but the overwhelming details of this almost superhuman man almost defy telling in any
edit on 13-11-2013 by Aliensun because: (no reason given)