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Re: CooperCon 2021
« Reply #75 on: March 22, 2021, 02:35:44 PM »
Congrats to EU on enlisting people for CooperCon21 who were actually involve in the NORJAK event. They will be a refreshing alternative to people (like me) who are just speculating about what actually happened with flight path, jump time, weather etc. I am very much looking forward to the 2021 conference.

$20 admission seems reasonable. I’ll bet Eric spends a lot transporting and hosting speakers.

Although I’m on the 2021 speaker list I’ll gladly cede all or part my time slot to accommodate new speakers if that’s needed. If I do present, I think my new theme will be how I would have planned the caper if I were Cooper. A lot of things worked out for Cooper that could have gone very wrong. Was it luck or skill? I’ll also try to come up with a scenario that fits in with TK’s diatom research findings. The tie particles remain a mystery. I think they may provide direct links to Cooper’s employment. I’ve so far been unable to find a single source for all the particles.

I do hope Marla comes. She really lit up the first Portland symposium. Between Rataczak and Ammerman we should learn more about the flight path and possible exit points. A dialogue between the two might prove fruitful.

I think CKRET would be a great add.

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Re: CooperCon 2021
« Reply #76 on: March 22, 2021, 05:18:14 PM »
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I know there was a question on another thread about selling tickets to CooperCon 2021.

There will be a ticket price attached to the two-day conference portion of CooperCon--not the social events each evening starting on Friday, November 19th. I believe it will be $20 for both days total. In other words, $20 gets you a ticket good for both days.

The tickets will be available online through Kiggins' website, I believe starting this week. Also, I'll be launching a website this week which will direct people to the Kiggins' ticket portal.

Tickets will also be available at the door as was the case in 2018, but I wouldn't recommend it. After all, I expect a full house this year given the significance of the 50-year anniversary and that there will be a significant amount of media attention focused on the event--I believe even from the UK and Australia.

This year's event is only the beginning. My plan is to grow this into an annual week-long festival every November that celebrates the legends of the Pacific Northwest including Big Foot and purported "Flying Saucer" activity in the region. That said, DBC will serve as the primary thrust of CooperCon going forward and is intended to provide an experience that is festive, fun and informative.

Fer gawds sake EU, don't bring the big foot and flying saucer nutcases into the Cooper investigation!  Leave them in their own world.  Big foot and flying saucers have been thoroughly investigated and proven false.  This is not to say that there are some animals and fish that have never been identified or that all flying objects have been explained to the general public.  But just leave the nutcases in their own world.
Nut cases?  Like the Navy pilot that took the Tic Tac footage and the Phoenix Lights that were witnessed by thousands on March 13, 1997 in Phoenix?  David Fraver is the Navy pilot.  Due some research on the matter before you call them nut cases.

I don't know what the "Tic Tac footage" is that you are referring to.  But if it is the footage recently released by the Navy, I think the jury is still out on that.

The case for the "Phoenix Lights" is open and shut.  All you have to do is Goggle "AeroVirnoment" or check out their page on Wiki.  Or if you are still a doubter, call AeroVirnoment in Simi Valley, California.  Their number is in the book.

But the "Phoenix Lights" give every indication of being designed by Earthlings, operated by Earthlings, and having escaped from that reservation up in Nevada. 
 

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Re: CooperCon 2021
« Reply #77 on: March 22, 2021, 05:26:58 PM »
Perhaps the Phoenix lights and DBC are connected?

AerVironment was founded in 1971 by Paul MacCready. MacCready looks similar to DBC and was the right age (46 at time of skyjacking). Apparently he needed 200K for start-up.

Bingo! Case Solved.  :)
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Re: CooperCon 2021
« Reply #78 on: March 22, 2021, 06:14:56 PM »
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Perhaps the Phoenix lights and DBC are connected?

AerVironment was founded in 1971 by Paul MacCready. MacCready looks similar to DBC and was the right age (46 at time of skyjacking). Apparently he needed 200K for start-up.

Bingo! Case Solved.  :)

Paul MacCready was a soaring pilot and has a "MacCready Ring" named after him which helps a soaring pilot determine which speed to fly between thermals.  MacCready also made at least one parachute jump and it was featured in an aviation publication.  Further, he won a prize (I don't remember the name of it) for designing a man powered aircraft that flew a specified track and won him some significant money.  I think he also designed the man powered aircraft that was the first such machine to fly across the English Channel.

MacCready had a PhD from Cal Tech and AeroVironment designed and flew numerous electrically powered machines that are a spitting image of the "UFO" that was seen in Phoenix.  However, the claim by at least one witness that the Phoenix UFO was one mile wide is nonsense.  No such aircraft has ever been built and won't be due to technical reasons, not to mention common sense.
 

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Re: CooperCon 2021
« Reply #79 on: March 24, 2021, 06:31:17 PM »
I spoke with Kiggins Theatre today and learned that tickets are selling very well. I was pleasantly surprised given that zero has been done thus far to market the event and we're still several months out.

That said, there is a lot yet to come TV-wise regarding DBC this year and CooperCon 2021 will sell out.

Therefore, for those viewing this site who perhaps aren't members but plan on attending CC21, I would encourage you to get your tickets now.

Visit the CooperCon 2021 website at CooperCon2021 (dot) com.
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Re: CooperCon 2021
« Reply #80 on: March 24, 2021, 11:59:30 PM »
I've heard from a few fans of the show that they've already bought tickets. I would be surprised if it didn't sell out. Of course it'll be promoted on my show, but I'll be appearing on a few other podcasts as well to help promote it.
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Re: CooperCon 2021
« Reply #81 on: March 25, 2021, 12:03:48 AM »
Not according to Robert B. lol

Another funny thing is he always gets an email or what ever soon after Eric makes an update. last conference it was sudden emails from the producers. today, actually, I should say several hours after Eric's updates it was someone surrounding Kiggins, not to mention the begging.. :chr2:

This should give grounds for a full page response...
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Re: CooperCon 2021
« Reply #82 on: March 25, 2021, 12:26:49 AM »
CooperCon 2021 will sell out (approx 500 tickets), and well before the event takes place. A word to the wise: Do not wait too long. This year will be a classic and the one year that people will forever talk about.
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Re: CooperCon 2021
« Reply #83 on: March 25, 2021, 01:00:24 AM »
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CooperCon 2021 will sell out (approx 500 tickets), and well before the event takes place. A word to the wise: Do not wait too long. This year will be a classic and the one year that people will forever talk about.

In so far as possible, just ignore RMB.  He is really desperate just as he was last time.  I trust Kiggins has been alerted to the possibility of getting a nasty letter from him.
 

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Re: CooperCon 2021
« Reply #84 on: March 25, 2021, 02:06:48 AM »
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CooperCon 2021 will sell out (approx 500 tickets), and well before the event takes place. A word to the wise: Do not wait too long. This year will be a classic and the one year that people will forever talk about.

In so far as possible, just ignore RMB.  He is really desperate just as he was last time.  I trust Kiggins has been alerted to the possibility of getting a nasty letter from him.

He tried the smear campaign with Kiggins in 2019. An email was sent to them at that time in an attempt to play spoiler like the Portland Yacht Club.

CC21 will be a huge success and will only grow year-in and year-out after this year.

Stay tuned!
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Re: CooperCon 2021
« Reply #85 on: March 25, 2021, 09:08:03 AM »
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He tried the smear campaign with Kiggins in 2019. An email was sent to them at that time in an attempt to play spoiler like the Portland Yacht Club.

Two "poison pen" letters back to back. one in 2018 and the other in 2019, neither conference had anything to do with him or any reason for him to toss law suits at anyone. he even lied trying to justify the letter in Portland in the same posts.

I've heard from a few fans of the show that they've already bought tickets.
$20 admission seems reasonable. I’ll bet Eric spends a lot transporting and hosting speakers.
I spoke with Kiggins Theatre today and learned that tickets are selling very well.

Eric has held events for several years and doesn't whine about things or cancel the event and then promote it again. Robert still promotes the fact it might be cancelled yet again. you don't hit a home run everytime at the plate. as you read the quotes above some come from people other than the promoter. Robert tries to speak for everyone or act like he's speaking for people with everything he does. all his "emails" have perfect timing.
 

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Re: CooperCon 2021
« Reply #86 on: March 25, 2021, 11:13:55 AM »
It's jealousy, plain in simple. Eric has a long and impressive list of speakers that still continues to grow. Blevins has Greg the Techie Guy and the Kenny look a like contest.

I'm too far away, otherwise I would love to attend. $20 is nothing to attend, I would gladly pay more. Blevins acts like it's a kings ransom.
 

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« Reply #87 on: March 25, 2021, 04:39:44 PM »
Yes, it should be historical to the investigation. key people in the same room. word on the street is it's already becoming noticed. I seriously doubt Robert is needed. people see right through his nonsense. nothing wrong with his little camping trip. it appears he's on his own.
 

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« Reply #88 on: March 25, 2021, 05:08:28 PM »
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I know there was a question on another thread about selling tickets to CooperCon 2021.

There will be a ticket price attached to the two-day conference portion of CooperCon--not the social events each evening starting on Friday, November 19th. I believe it will be $20 for both days total. In other words, $20 gets you a ticket good for both days.

The tickets will be available online through Kiggins' website, I believe starting this week. Also, I'll be launching a website this week which will direct people to the Kiggins' ticket portal.

Tickets will also be available at the door as was the case in 2018, but I wouldn't recommend it. After all, I expect a full house this year given the significance of the 50-year anniversary and that there will be a significant amount of media attention focused on the event--I believe even from the UK and Australia.

This year's event is only the beginning. My plan is to grow this into an annual week-long festival every November that celebrates the legends of the Pacific Northwest including Big Foot and purported "Flying Saucer" activity in the region. That said, DBC will serve as the primary thrust of CooperCon going forward and is intended to provide an experience that is festive, fun and informative.

Fer gawds sake EU, don't bring the big foot and flying saucer nutcases into the Cooper investigation!  Leave them in their own world.  Big foot and flying saucers have been thoroughly investigated and proven false.  This is not to say that there are some animals and fish that have never been identified or that all flying objects have been explained to the general public.  But just leave the nutcases in their own world.
Nut cases?  Like the Navy pilot that took the Tic Tac footage and the Phoenix Lights that were witnessed by thousands on March 13, 1997 in Phoenix?  David Fraver is the Navy pilot.  Due some research on the matter before you call them nut cases.

I don't know what the "Tic Tac footage" is that you are referring to.  But if it is the footage recently released by the Navy, I think the jury is still out on that.

The case for the "Phoenix Lights" is open and shut.  All you have to do is Goggle "AeroVirnoment" or check out their page on Wiki.  Or if you are still a doubter, call AeroVirnoment in Simi Valley, California.  Their number is in the book.

But the "Phoenix Lights" give every indication of being designed by Earthlings, operated by Earthlings, and having escaped from that reservation up in Nevada.
The Tic Tac objects in the Pacific, near San Diego and the one in the Atlantic that I cannot bring the name to mind right now, are from the USS Nimitz encounters.  And not only were the small tick tac shaped objects on Navy radar, a "mother ship" is on Navy SONAR.    And these things defied our laws of aerodynamics and physics, we nor the Russians have anything capable of suck manuevers.  For the record, I am Catholic and a firm believer in God.  And I also believe in science.  Just to give you my background.  Catch you  later. 
 

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Re: CooperCon 2021
« Reply #89 on: March 25, 2021, 05:10:48 PM »
I just watched the tic tac video a week or so again. I remember when it first came out. it's a little harder to dismiss vs a blurred photo. same with bigfoot. always blurry photo's. I remember a comedian years back saying the problem might be that bigfoot is blurry  :rofl:
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