The Roswell Addiction
We see that Kevin Randle spices up his blog by posting regular Roswell tainted posts.
Roswell is a “drug” -- and he’s one of its dealers.
Some present and former visitors to this blog go to Randle’s blog for their Roswell fix.
One can find CDA there, Sourcerer (Don), and the heavily-dosed David Rudiak, among others, immersed in the drug-induced fog that has become Roswell.
Stupifyingly redundant comments are grist of the blog, and nothing of value ensues, ever.
When we provide a post about Roswell, usually from researcher Anthony Bragalia, it, at least, has something new appended to it…something unknown and pertinent.
Randle just likes to fill his blog with a raft of comments, and he doesn’t care if they have an intelligent value or not.
He just likes filler, and Roswell always provides it.
Roswell is intriguing, but well-mined by UFO hobbyists. Yet, some find the incident necessary for their online existence; they need it to feel alive, and intellectual by regurgitating old Roswell detritus, over and over, again.
It’s embarrassing….that is, the “addiction” makes the rest of us who are fascinated by the UFO mystery look as if we are part and parcel of the “addicted” Roswellians, even as we try to distance ourselves from Roswell, just to get on with trying to explain the extant UFO enigma, the phenomenon itself, not the myth and corrupted event that attracts some like moths to flames, when they should know better.