Let’s just say

that I am pretty dang skeptical. This “smells” like a delusion. Look, two people can keep a secret–IF one of them is dead.

If some secretive office in the Pentagon has actual alien spacecraft or parts of one, someone would most likely have leaked it by now.

Between 100 and 700 people know about this? And yet not a single shred of hard evidence? Oh honey, I don’t think so!

And remember, virtually everyone has a camera and video recorder in his or her pocket! Hundreds of people have seen the evidence? And here’s a clue: In general, not even first-person accounts! ALWAYS, “My sister’s best friend once dated a guy who…”

Color me skeptical…

Hayward is right:

I have an Iron Law of Conspiracies, which holds that as n (number of people necessarily involved) grows, the likelihood of the conspiracy staying secret diminishes at a geometric rate. That’s why successful long-running conspiracies tend to be organized on the close-knit Mafia family model. And while our government is certainly thuggish, they ain’t the Mafia.

Show me the money!

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