cj#531> re: Brown crash anomolies


Richard Moore

Date: Sat, 20 Apr 1996 07:59:28 -0700
From: •••@••.••• (Don and/or Melissa Henderson)
Subject: Re: cj#522> Brown crash anomolies
To: •••@••.••• (by way of •••@••.••• (Joel Glad))

It's a shame that the Clinton's spin doctors have screwed up so bad
during *their* first term that even when they might be telling the
truth, it always looks as if they're lying.  I would have to take with
a grain of salt even the most apparent and trustworthy in-character
statement from Mr. Clinton: "I'd like a Big Mac and large fries,

I suspect, though, that even the most skilled handlers could not
compensate for what is at Mr. Clinton's core--that is, a certain
indecisiveness as to who he really is and what he really believes.
Which is why Spy Magazine recently, and I think fairly, labelled him
"President Zelig."

As for Hillary, looks like she *will* be baking some cookies this
election year...

But, after growing up in Chicago and spending almost a decade in
Washington DC, I don't care for politics much either way.


Date: Tue, 30 Apr 1996
Sender: Frank Scott <•••@••.•••>
Subject: Re: cj#526> re: Brown crash anomolies

I'm sure that anything is possible, but this stuff sounds like the worst
form of  UFO-X-File-Conspiracy Behind Everything- fantasy imaginable. The
tragic reality is that airplanes crash and people die as a result. This
stuff makes no more sense than Bermuda Triangle fables about ships that
sink "mysteriously", never to be found, etc. There are far far more
important things to worry about than alleged cremation of bodies in a
plane wreck where most were probably already burned beyond recognition.
No wonder most Americans claim to believe in heaven, hell, satan and
other signs of cosmic conspiracy.


        Christianity as a conspiracy theory??  You may have a good point
there...  Anyone else got evidence on this one?  Now that you mention it,
the gnostic-gospel scrolls do set one thinking...