High Strangeness: Peace N Love

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Peace N Love

I knew when I got into this UFO Field Investigator racket that it wasn't going to be all rainbows and ice cream. It's a tough, thankless job, with long hours, no pay, no health, no dental, no paid vacation, no expense account, and no 401k. And, strangely enough, no awards. You'd think that after 60-some years the UFO research community would get its act together and put together an awards ceremony. You know, get everybody together for dinner and cocktails and give out an etched crystal award for Outstanding UFO Investigator of the Year?

That's probably never going to happen, but tonight I feel as though I just won an award. It's not etched crystal, and I didn't have to dress up to get it, but I feel as though I just had an Oscar handed to me by someone who hands out Oscars.

After a few negative comments on YouTube directed at my Burlington Vortex UFOs video, I was beginning to wonder if posting the video had been a mistake. But then tonight I noticed that there was a new comment from someone going by the name Nxxxxxxx, and I decided to take a look. To my surprise, the comment was positive:


'~) Great Capture, so pleased for you all.
Peace N Love.

It was so nice not to be accused of being a Satanist that I wrote back to thank Nxxxxxxx and invite him/her to follow my postings. A few minutes later I got this reply:

Greetings & Thanks For The Invite ..
Am Pleased To Accept.
Peace for All
Nxxxxxxx

This is why I got into the UFO Field Investigator game: for all that peace N love. Thanks for the award, Nxxxxxxx.


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