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Re: UFO Magazine Folds After Editor's Death -

From: Joe McGonagle <joe.mcgonagle.nul>
Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2004 20:17:04 -0000
Fwd Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2004 09:01:35 -0500
Subject: Re: UFO Magazine Folds After Editor's Death -

>From: Roy Hale <roy.nul>
>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Sat, 20 Mar 2004 23:03:24 -0000
>Subject: Re: UFO Magazine Folds After Editor's Death

>Tonight I received a  response to Joe McGonagle's answer,
>from a friend of FSR, I post the response below.

Just out of interest, Roy, why all the mystery surrounding this
"friend of FSR"? They sound just like one of those "anonymous
sources" which so much of ufology is dependent on to create a
good yarn.

>Thank you Joe McGonagle, for being so candid in your reply.

You're welcome, Sir/Madam/Whatever,

>Perhaps a few more words to jog your memory?

>It seems your initial discomfort with FSR is far more serious
>than you first thought. I recall a similar dramatic conversion
>on the road to Damascus or perhaps it was on the Motorway? Do we
>have an M15 motorway?

I couldn't possibly tell you, I'd be breaking the OSA if I did.

I used my remote viewing ability, and divined that the following
is actually a quote by me from December 2002, see:


>I don't believe that all of the blame can be placed on the
>advent of the InterNet, this has just accelerated the effect. It
>is just that some people's minds have been so open that their
>brains have fallen out! The InterNet is simply a convenient
>platform for some people who would never be considered viable by
>the mainstream media to air their views and gain support from
>gullible, or equally "open minded" people. The same effect can
>be found in the printed media before the internet was widely
>available, for example, Flying Saucer Review.

Well, friend of FSR (if that is your real name), I am terribly
sorry if I don't happen to accept everything that is printed in
FSR as divine truth. I realise that this amounts to blasphemy
(or is it heresy?) and if tried and found guilty I will be
stoned to death, but Allingham and Adamski don't meet my
sceptical benchmarks for factual ufology (though Roy would
appear to support a different view). That is not to say that
they aren't highly entertaining stories, or that FSR does not
contain some factual articles in it. The same is true of most
(if not all) journals on the topic of ufology.

Perhaps you would prefer me not to promote FSR?



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