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It looks as if you confuse my brother’s night with mine, I also feel as a researcher you realize that the media can jumble the information at times. This is a very good editorial when considering the subject. With that said, you stated that I do not talk about seeing the tops of heads going down stairs in my radio interviews, and that conflicted with this article. The reason for that is because I didn’t see any heads. That was my brother you’re referring to.
I am a skeptic myself, and I must think to be a good investigator you need to lead as a skeptic, not only focus on what is said, but the facts. With that, I find myself not only understanding your position, but can even appreciate it, to some degree. What I struggle with is why you do not value, what the facts say at all. Feel free to e-mail me.
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