No Intelligent Disclosure Tonight — All is Well!

By | May 21, 2019

HI Everyone,

For the first time in nearly the year we started doing Intelligent Disclosure, Tracey and I missed a show. The main reason: our neighborhood had a power outage that lasted nearly the entire day. From at least 7 a.m. until just after 6 p.m., we had no electricity. At least the sun was shining and the day was beautiful, but there was no way we could do anything in terms of prep for the evening.

We did think we made a provision by having someone who helps with our Youtube and social media to put up an announcement, but not everyone caught it. So it was touching and definitely surprising to receive an evening visit from one of the good police officers of Rochester Police Department checking up on me, since they had received a phone call that I might be in danger!

As I told Tracey and my daughter Elaine, it’s good to be loved. But I do want to emphasize, everything is fine!

In fact, I have a few things to be posting this week, so stay tuned!


Richard and Tracey

17 thoughts on “No Intelligent Disclosure Tonight — All is Well!

  1. MarkH

    No worries Mate! as long as your safe and well, that’s all that matters! We kept ourselves amused at your expense! Well, I did LOL!
    I remember, from reading, what happened in America when they lost power in New York’s November 9th, 1965, baby boom!
    That wasn’t an answer in the survey I put forward in the chat, next time.
    I hope Tracey and you have a good evening.
    Sincerely Mark.

  2. Stephen Early

    I was so worried about you and Tracey . I thought the A. I. of YouTube got you. I was trying everything I could to find out what was is going on. I was kind at a loss without my Tuesday night with you and Tracey. I had to explain to my wife .Why I wasn’t walking around the house with my headphones .Thank you for getting me so fired up about these many topics .

  3. Alan Davis

    There was a group of us in the Chatroom a bit concerned what happened. And yes, memories of the Nov 1965 power failure that affected the north east of the US did cross my mind too. I’m relieved Richard that Tracey and your daughter are fine! Good night for now.

  4. MetaStrange

    I’m having issues with accessing member content, I’m logged in, but it says there’s an issue with the subscription? (Won’t let me access the contact page either so I sent a direct email to you yesterday).

  5. Dean Williams

    Had me worried, too. Also, I had a bowl of ice cream all set for the I.D. show, and I had to eat it before it melted. I’m sure I gained a pound and it’s all your fault. 🙂 Okay, it’s all New York’s fault. That was easier to say, too.

    I see you have new things up for us junkies. Thanks you two!

    Dean (dcw56)

  6. retro_dad

    Oh that’s surprising, a police officer check to see you are safe? They are really trying hard to intimidate you guys, I was I lived nearby as I would sort these thugs out. I hope you both stay safe, and keep a full record of these unexpected happenings. I do not think it is going to stop, and could get worse. I know what these types are like. If you can, you need to expose them. Can the police not trace the call to find out who called them, as I bet it is a corey no goode worshipper. Don’t take it lying down, you have to get this stuff out there for people to hear! If you expose them, they cannot hurt you and your family. I have a family, and if any threatened them – it would be the last thing they did on this earth, and my family know that about me. I will not tolerate bullying, and this is worse, and a form of subtle corey no goode intimidation. All your supporters like Jimmy Church could be asking the question, why would the police think you might be in danger, and why do they not catch the person who called that message in? With all these new draconian controls on phone laws, it must be very simple for the police to trace the caller and let you know who it was. You should have the right to know who named you? And if I am right, it will support your corner and maybe get you some genuine help from the police. You have to take this very seriously, as there are people’s lives and monies at stake here. They won’t give up that easy, and they are still pumping out there fairy tales. Why do u-tube not censor them, I don;t get it?

    1. Ed Coffman

      Hi, retro_dad. I’m the one that called the Police. I’m sorry that I didn’t mention that, at the top of this page. Please accept my apology.

    2. Todd Flowers

      Relax retro _dad I think what Richard was implying is that a member or members called the police to have them check on the Dolans since they weren’t on YouTube . 🙂

      Cheers !

  7. Alastair Barker

    I have felt -especially this week – that something is wrong or out of tune. Cant define it cant name it. Like I am just not quite in the game. Like a pause or a step back from a jump I should have made – then I remembered this –
    When a heavy lid of low sky
    covers a soul moaning with ennui and fright,
    and the whole horizon is rounded by
    a black day pouring down, sadder than any night;

    When the earth is turned to a muggy dungeon
    where Hope is the shadow of a bat, feeling
    with feeble, flapping wings along the grunge on
    walls and bumping its head against a putrid ceiling;

    When the crawling spiders of scattershot rains
    drop cold bars that imprison us,
    water trickles along the channels in our brains,
    and the people around us feel poisonous—

    the bells speak out suddenly with fury
    and lance the sky with dreadful howls,
    and frightened strays and exiles, sorry
    and homeless, rage from deep within their bowels.

    Long hearses roll, slow, silent, hypnotic,
    through my soul. Hope, defeated, cries
    out its atrocious anguish—despotic.
    A black hood slides over my ferocious eyes.

    Charles Baudelaire

    1. Richard Dolan Post author

      A member of our site who reads Baudelaire!! Alastair, it’s always good to see you around here, although we are going to try to do something more upbeat next time — ok? 🙂

  8. Alastair Barker

    suitably admonished I take note.

    is this better? this dude could pack a verse too –

    He lives, he wakes—’tis Death is dead, not he;
    Mourn not for Adonais.—Thou young Dawn,
    Turn all thy dew to splendour, for from thee
    The spirit thou lamentest is not gone;
    Ye caverns and ye forests, cease to moan!
    Cease, ye faint flowers and fountains, and thou Air
    Which like a mourning veil thy scarf hadst thrown
    O’er the abandoned Earth, now leave it bare
    Even to the joyous stars which smile on its despair!

    He is made one with Nature: there is heard
    His voice in all her music, from the moan
    Of thunder, to the song of night’s sweet bird;
    He is a presence to be felt and known
    In darkness and in light, from herb and stone,
    Spreading itself where’er that Power may move
    Which has withdrawn his being to its own;
    Which wields the world with never wearied love,
    Sustains it from beneath, and kindles it above.

    Percy Bysshe Shelley

    am I redeemed? ……..?

    sorry – I see great poetry in everything – in every meaningful discussion about ‘us’ – and in many ways it has taught me more than a million books on philosophy – everything is connected and I contend that such is linked utterly and completely to anything we discuss and everything I believe.
    It is the ability of the chosen few who are touched by genius to elevate the human condition that gives me hope our life has purpose – I will keep CB to meself in future. But he and ‘ole PBS up there – I am willing to bet – would have been on board with anything we speak of.

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