Friday, September 19, 2008

Quote of the day: "Yes, some über-geeks (Mac Tonnies) still pursue the enigma, but not with the intensity or wherewithal that the ufological ancients invested in it."

I believe Morrissey has aptly encapsulated the self-stated UFO Iconoclasts' strange infatuation with me:

You hiss and groan and you constantly moan
But you don't ever go away
That's because
All you need is me

You roll your eyes up to the skies
Mock horrified
But you're still here
All you need is me


RRRGroup said...

Oh, you are sooo right, Macky...

We do luv ya, and being an uber-geek is a high accolade indeed.

The comment about you wasn't meant to be pejorative, just a sign of Morrisey-like affection.


intense said...

It has been said that if you can't say anything good about a man, you shouldn't say anything at all.

About Mr. Reynolds' tin-foiled rap, I have nothing to say. [Except that he's an obvious tool and quite the fool. Oh, darn, I said something anyway. Mea culpa.]

RRRGroup said...


You misinterpret our encomium about Mac.

The pliers

Anonymous said...

Michio Kaku is a theoretical physicist, tenured professor and co-creator of string field theory, a branch of string theory. Kaku received a B.S. (summa cum laude) from Harvard University in 1968. He went on to the Berkeley Radiation Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley and received a Ph.D. in 1972. In 1973, he held a lectureship at Princeton University.

Mr. Kaku has suggested that we need to begin serious scientific inquiry into the phenomena that Mr. Reynolds suggests in his article is dead and would like to bury in the past.

Mock as you will, and for whatever reasons you may have, UFOs will not go away and I'm happy to say they are here to stay.


RRRGroup said...


Kaku, our favorite physicist, will be performing forensics on UFOs.

They are dead or dying.

We know it's hard to let go, but you just have to give up, really.


Anonymous said...

Sorry RR, but you are just wrong. Wrong in your statement about Kaku performing forensics and wrong about the phenomena.

Kaku understands, and has stated that there is the likely potential that civilizations, other intelligences in the universe, may have had millions of years to have conquered the limitations we still place on space and time. His conjecture is that given that possibility we simply can't rule out that they may travel the universe in ways we have yet to realize.

Don't believe me though, ask him yourself if you are such a fan.

Oh, and please don't hesitate to share his response with us poor fools.


intense said...

Well, Rich, since one of the primary, Latin-derived definitions of "encomium" is a "laudatory eulogy," I'm sure your passive/aggressive, dismissive "compliment" was taken in the [in]sincere manner it was intended, particularly considering the context of your original specious commentary, trashing, as always, ufology and ufologists. So, I "misinterpreted" nothing, Dick.

If there's nothing worthwhile or significant about the ufo phenomenon, and efforts to explore the nature of it, why do you spend so much time and effort feebly attempting to dismiss it and those interested in it?

Doesn't your puerile hypocrisy get a little tiring? Have you nothing better to do with your life than getting off on being an addled and amateurish agent provocateur?

"The pliers" Oh, that was almost clever. Nearly funny. Not quite, but I can see you did try. And failed.

You're still an abusive, trolling, tool though, and everyone familiar with your boorish history knows it. Anyone who cares to google your name and the eponymous RRR Group will see that rather quickly.

RRRGroup said...


We like your style, and vehemence.

But you seem confused.

Are you addressing Rich Reynolds or Richard Reynolds (his son)?

Don't bother answering.

We (and others) have moved on.


intense said...

Yes, Rich, it is always best to move on when you have no coherent ability to provide either an informed or intelligent response to deserved criticism.

Especially when you know your past and ongoing moral and ethical transgressions, among many other personal liabilities, provide far more than enough ammunition to rebut any further absurdist nonsense you might utter.

It wasn't obvious that I was addressing Dick, Sr.? Riiight. How diversionarily "obtuse" of you. I pity your son, who's apparently adopted your truly sick modus operandi.

Oh, and I "like" how persistently sadistic and sociopathic you are. At least you're consistently cretinous.

Now moving on.