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Re: New Year Agenda - Stacy

From: Dennis Stacy <dstacy@texas.net>
Date: Wed, 02 Jan 2002 07:54:27 -0600
Fwd Date: Wed, 02 Jan 2002 14:26:57 -0500
Subject: Re: New Year Agenda - Stacy


 >From: David Rudiak <DRudiak@aol.com>
 >Date: Tue, 1 Jan 2002 13:05:21 EST
 >Subject: Re: New Year Agenda
 >To: ufoupdates@virtuallystrange.net


David,

Your boorishness is a thing of beauty. It's so dependable and
exquisite that I have no hesitation in recommending it as a
model for would-be boors everywhere.

For a perfect example of same, I hope everyone has gone back and
read the links you posted, one of which I had posted earlier. In
case they haven't, here they are again:

 >http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/1998/sep/m27-029.shtml
 >http://www.grassyhill.com/Roswell/Witnesses/CaptKimball.htm

Read carefully the Q & A exchange between Rudiak and Kimball
which I arranged, and then tell me who's the Gentleman and who's
the Boor here.

Kimball was willing to cooperate with Roswell investigators. One
would have thought that Rudiak might have been curious and
courteous at a minimum. But when Kimball wouldn't say what
Rudiak wanted to hear, the latter's instincts to shoot the
messenger took over. Notice how easily he slips into his typical
snideness. After Rudiak's second or third allusion to swimming
pools and golf courses, Kimball has understandably had enough
and responds as follows:

"The primary reason I prepared the web site on Roswell was to
provide what I thought was first hand information as to what did
NOT take place at the Base Hospital in the summer of 1947. You
call me a 'pretty minor character [who] personally knew a very
limited amount.' If by this comment you are saying I didn't know
what was or was not going [on] in the base hospital you are dead
wrong. You have belittled me and demeaned me by your gratuitous
remarks about my time at the golf course, swimming pool, and
drinking hole. I like to think I performed my duties well and
conscientiously - at least well enough to be promoted and given
more responsible assignments at higher levels of command and
complete over 20 years of active service."

Elsewhere Kimball says:

"Although I was 'only' a Captain at the time, it so happens I
was the third ranking officer assigned to the Base Hospital. The
Commander was a Major - Jack Comstock, we had a Lt. Col. by the
name of Harold M. Warne who was our Dental Surgeon. I was senior
to all the Captains assigned by date of rank. As I noted above
my access to the base facilities was anything but limited.
[Kimball had a Top Secret clearance.] Your assumption that much
of my time was spent on the golf course or in the swimming pool
is nonsense. I included reference to these activities only to
illustrate that life was pretty normal in the summer of 1947 in
Roswell, New Mexico. We were not obsessed with aliens from outer
space."

Kimball went on to become a Professor of Political Science at
the University of Utah. Rudiak, by all appearances and available
evidence, went on to become a Professional Boor.

When I recently reintroduced Kimball to this List I described
him as the second medical officer in command. I was working from
memory. When I went back and reread his testimony I recognized
my mistake and immediately corrected myself here.

But in Rudiak's world there is no such thing as an innocent
mistake, so naturally I was accused to trying to inflate
Kimball's credentials.

Kimball's credentials speak for themselves, and I hope everyone
will go back and read his original remarks.

Rudiak would have you believe that they are immaterial, when the
exact opposite is true, a concept that continues to sail over
his head. Whether one agrees with them or not, they have to be
considered and weighed in the context of claims made that the
base was in a state of high alert and that alien autopsies were
conducted at the base hospital. Kimball simply says that if
either or both of these events had happened, he would have been
aware of it/them by virtue of his position.

Take them or leave them, but don't totally ignore them, as
Rudiak would have you do. Kimball's remarks are clearly
material, as any court-appointed attorney could tell you.


Dennis Stacy




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