I thought I’d let you all know that since my last Youtube program on Tuesday, I’ve been a bit sick, to say the least. Nothing serious, but right now I have no voice. Unless you want to count something that sounds like a baritone frog. Actually, I was working the beginnings of the sore throat during that last program but it was manageable.
Whatever I have, I’m 99 percent sure it’s not any of the Covid strains. Tracey was also sick — in fact she’s still not fully recovered but definitely doing better. We got her tested the other day for Covid and that came up negative. We’re guessing I have the same thing. I did however get tested yesterday and am waiting for my results.
Anyway, this is not a big deal. Definitely was seriously achy yesterday and today — just like Tracey a few days earlier. And I do think like her I am starting to rebound.
We both recently watched a screener of the outstanding documentary by our friend Randall Nickerson, Ariel Phenomenon. This is a very long anticipated treatment of the 1994 Ruwa Zimbabwe schoolchildren UFO/alien encounter. The film will be released on May 20, and we were asked not to give detailed reviews until after it appears but we have to say … this film is by far the best and definitive treatment of that incredible event. It’s two hours long and covers the event from the perspectives of many of the children, who are now all in their thirties. Just fascinating. We will definitely do a podcast on it soon.
Right now I am preparing notes for a Youtube video I plan to release in advance of the Congressional Hearing on UAP. I think it’s a good idea to get some serious questions out there in the public on this matter, questions that the members of Congress are (probably) unlikely to be asking. If you have any thoughts on that, please let me know.
Right now Tracey and I have a fairly low energy level, but we did do a short bike ride despite feeling sick. She was afraid I’d cough on someone but I made it through with flying colors. if you think her attitude is excessive, then you don’t know how scary I can be in those situations. 🙂