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Norio Hayakawa
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Capilla del Monte, Argentina.....February 7, 2016.
Argentina's annual Alien Festival kicks off at international UFO site:
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2016/02/06/argentinas-annual-alien-festival-kicks-off-international-ufo-site/79882948/
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UFO CULTURE
Capilla del Monte, Argentina.....February 7, 2016.
Argentina's annual Alien Festival kicks off at international UFO site:
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2016/02/06/argentinas-annual-alien-festival-kicks-off-international-ufo-site/79882948/
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UFO CULTURE
Capilla del Monte, Argentina.....February 7, 2016.
Argentina's annual Alien Festival kicks off at international UFO site:
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2016/02/06/argentinas-annual-alien-festival-kicks-off-international-ufo-site/79882948/
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$1.35 a gallon.....not too bad, in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, U.S.A.....Monday, February 8, 2016...12 noon...(on Hwy 528 and Enchanted Hills Blvd.)
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500 years too late?
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, U.S.A......January 30, 2016:
New Mexico descendants from Jewish families who were exiled from Spain during the Inquisition can now take back their Spanish citizenship. Under new law, northern New Mexicans with Sephardic roots can gain Spanish citizenship. Spain is now trying to offer some recompense for its persecution of Jews 500 years ago, calling it a "historic mistake":
http://www.santafenewmexican.com/life/features/spain-offering-citizenship-to-descendants-of-those-who-fled-inquisition/article_1991745a-3c11-5c19-a411-f8ce8913cd45.html
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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, U.S.A......January 30, 2016:
New Mexico descendants from Jewish families who were exiled from Spain during the Inquisition can now take back their Spanish citizenship.  Under new law, northern New Mexicans with Sephardic roots can gain Spanish citizenship. Spain is now trying to offer some recompense for its persecution of Jews 500 years ago, calling it a "historic mistake":
http://www.santafenewmexican.com/life/features/spain-offering-citizenship-to-descendants-of-those-who-fled-inquisition/article_1991745a-3c11-5c19-a411-f8ce8913cd45.html
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UFO CULTURE
Capilla del Monte, Argentina.....February 7, 2016.
Argentina's annual Alien Festival kicks off at international UFO site:
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2016/02/06/argentinas-annual-alien-festival-kicks-off-international-ufo-site/79882948/
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Capilla del Monte, Argentina.....February 7, 2016.
Argentina's annual Alien Festival kicks off at international UFO site:
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2016/02/06/argentinas-annual-alien-festival-kicks-off-international-ufo-site/79882948/
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UFO CULTURE
Capilla del Monte, Argentina.....February 7, 2016.
Argentina's annual Alien Festival kicks off at international UFO site:
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2016/02/06/argentinas-annual-alien-festival-kicks-off-international-ufo-site/79882948/
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US AIR FORCE TO KEEP THE UGLY, DEADLY AND UNIQUELY CAPABLE A-10 IN THE AIR THROUGH 2022.
The US Air Force has announced that the venerable A-10 Thunderbolt II will keep flying for at least the next six years.  The announcement has been rumored for several months, but there was always some doubt; the USAF had previously argued that A-10's mission profile could be adequately handled by the troubled F-35:
http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/222536-us-air-force-to-keep-the-ugly-deadly-and-uniquely-capable-a-10-in-the-air-through-2022
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500 years too late?
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, U.S.A......January 30, 2016:
New Mexico descendants from Jewish families who were exiled from Spain during the Inquisition can now take back their Spanish citizenship. Under new law, northern New Mexicans with Sephardic roots can gain Spanish citizenship. Spain is now trying to offer some recompense for its persecution of Jews 500 years ago, calling it a "historic mistake":
http://www.santafenewmexican.com/life/features/spain-offering-citizenship-to-descendants-of-those-who-fled-inquisition/article_1991745a-3c11-5c19-a411-f8ce8913cd45.html
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MYSTERY OF THE MISSING CHILDREN IN NEW MEXICO:
An interesting article came out in 1992 on Albuquerque Journal, the largest daily newspaper in New Mexico.
The headline was: "New Mexico High on Missing Child List".
The subheadline was: "Meeting seeks answers to mysterious problem".
Apparently there was a meeting held about this in 1992.
I remember reading this intriguing article then.
Unfortunately I had misplaced that news clipping somewhere over the years.
I also remember that a few years ago I tried to obtain a copy of this article from the archives of Albuquerque Journal but somehow I could not locate it, but I will keep trying.
Anyway, subsequently in 1993 (as I recall), I made a two-hour video presentation called SECRETS OF DREAMLAND, a short segment of which had to do with some high strangeness in New Mexico.
The video quality was quite poor.
And over the years, after making many copies, I had lost the original.
The Albuquerque Journal article basically asked a question why New Mexico had more missing children per population than any other comparable state. And it said it was a mystery.
I just hope that it had nothing to do with another mysterious topic of New Mexico, i.e., the rumors about an alleged Dulce underground base (supposedly a bio-genetics lab) in northern New Mexico.
As anyone can see, Dulce is only about 65 miles northwest of Los Alamos National Laboratories, one of which has the world's most advanced research facility on DNA, human genome research projects.
A segment of the population seems to associate the missing children with Dulce, i.e., that they were taken to the underground base for experimentations.
Granted that there is not a single, solid, tangible, physical, irrefutable documentary evidence whatsoever that there is a physical underground base under the Archuleta Mesa or under the Archuleta Mountain west of the Mesa, and granted that this may be a stretch to make this connection, it is, nevertheless, an intriguing speculation, to say the least:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWQnwCusO2Y
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FOOD IS JUST MEDIOCRE....BUT MORE THAN THAT, THE SERVICE IS THE WORST OF ANY RESTAURANT WE HAVE EVER VISITED IN THIS CITY. When we first visited this restaurant in 2008, we were pleasantly surprised that it served a fairly decent Japanese food, for not being in places like California where there are superior Japanese restaurants. Upon our recent visit here, we were totally devastated to find out that the quality has deteriorated while the price became disporportionately elevated for its quality. But above all, we recently experienced one of the worst dining experiences we ever had when we were served by an arrogant, rude waitress who had no proper waitress decorum. Our family celebration ended up in a bitter, unforgettable experience. We wasted $112 for nothing. We spoke to the manager/owner who told us that we should speak directly to the waitress. We did. Even today I hear that many of the waitresses in this restaurant do not seem to understand what true service is. We cannot recommend this establishment to anyone, based on the rudeness in service. The owner should present us with a compensatory lunch or dinner for our terrible ordeal there. If she does, it will show that she is trying. But nothing has happened so far.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
When we first moved here to New Mexico from California in 2008, we were pleasantly surprised that there is a Japanese-owned and manager restaurant in Albuquerque. Our first visit here in 2008 was enjoyable and we thought that they did serve fairly decent Japanese food. Upon our recent visit here, we can definitely state that the quality of food has gone down and the price has gone up disproportionately to the quality. The worst was the arrogant attitude shown by one of the waitresses here. She had no proper manners when serving a customer. Our family celebration turned into a disastrous, unforgettable distasteful memory. I can clearly state that I wasted a total of $112 for nothing. We spoke to the manager (owner?) about it and all she did was to tell us to speak directly to the waitress. We did. We told her that she needs to be re-educated in proper manners when serving a customer.
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Simply stated, Kokoro is the best family-style Japanese restaurant in Albuquerque. The food is simple but has great taste. The menu is simple and not complicated. The place is casual and very reasonable. Food at Kokoro is comparable to any typical, family-style eatery that you can find in any place in Japan. The best thing about Kokoro is that hot tea, gree tea, coffee and of course water, is all FREE. You can't beat that anywhere else. Lastly, what's great about Kokoro is that it is open continuously from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., including Saturdays.
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