Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Ten Years After

Ten years ago tonight, I was driving to San Francisco to see how I could help with Planetary Mysteries. On the radio were reports of strange lights over Phoenix. All during the Ides Of March.

I retraced the same route when headed for Ukiah, and a New Years Eve party that would usher in 2001. On the radio that night, was a brave DJ reading from www.copvcia.com; mentioning Kellogg, Brown & Root and a company named HALLIBURTON for what may have been the first time.

The Ides Of March are back, and what's news tonight?

Stanley Kubrick never had to see the real 2001, and I've spent years trying to keep Richard C. Hoagland from having some undeserved cosmic seizure due to the way he's been treated for being the first to Think Different amongst his peers.

We have all been told lies, and there's been some whoppers lately.

In fact, during these Ides Of March, the liars I'm thinking about have moved past "Who, us?" into a "Whaddya gonna do about it?" reality.

Too late.

2 Comments:

Blogger Candidate said...

Friday, March 16, 2007
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Posted by Vincent at 18:58 PDT

Tripping sounds like a good description of the Ides Of March 2007. Unfortunately, there's no way to confirm this but to try it out...

As RCH might say: "Stay tuned..."

March 17, 2007 at 3:33:00 PM PDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I remember Planetary Mysteries. If it was up and running today, I'm sure they'd have something to say about former Arizona Republican Governor Fife Symington, III, who trotted out a fake alien on the morning of June 19, 1997, in
order to debunk those who saw the lights you speak of.

Ten years later, and out of office, he now claims to have seen the very craft he ridiculed a decade before.

The X-Files had it right all along.

TRUST NO ONE.

Especially Republicans that can't swear to "Tell the Truth, the whole Truth, and nothing but the Truth, so help me GOD."

Good luck to you and the iParty!

March 21, 2007 at 1:12:00 PM PDT  

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