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Norio Hayakawa
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Attended University of Albuquerque
Lives in Rio Rancho, New Mexico
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One case that still fascinates me, even after all these years......the Lonnie Zamora incident of April 24, 1964, outside of Socorro, New Mexico:
UFO Case Review - The Lonnie Zamora Incident, 1964
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If That's true, it could be the smoking gun that's needed, to prove E.T exists!
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HOW TRUE THIS IS !!
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Self-claimed "professional Ufologist" Stanton Friedman (the one on the left) to speak in Rio Rancho, New Mexico on July 7......more details to come.
Stanton T. Friedman is a self-claimed "professional UFO lecturer" who bills himself as the "Flying Saucer Physicist".
According to him, aliens are here, the government is covering it up and the MJ-12 documents are real !!!
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I would imagine he has a less unflattering photo he'd like you to use....
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AREA 51 EVENT -- THE REAL DEAL on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington:
http://www.museumofflight.org/event/2014/feb/15/area-51-event-real-deal
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Hi Don, have a look at my post for Quantum Warping, a theoretical form of, faster than light travel, I think you may like it. It could pos explain how E.T would get here!!
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Thank you, because the government works in secret, we will never no what kind of disinformation we are being given, and", whether any of these super planes actually exist!
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Chris Carter making an Area 51 show for AMC....."a contemporary conspiracy thriller revealing the true story behind the infamous base....Chris Carter will strip all of the sci-fi elements" (i.e., no crashed saucers, no aliens)....based on the best-selling book by Annie Jacobsen:
http://www.avclub.com/article/chris-carter-making-area-51-show-amc-202738
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Antonio Paris will be speaking on October 4, 2014 in Rio Rancho, New Mexico
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I like your comment, Richard.
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ALIENS AND UFOs explained by astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson:
Neil deGrasse Tyson: Aliens & UFOs explained by astrophysicist
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Richard, I highly respect Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson.  I agree with him totally.
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Yokohama, Japan - Torrance, California
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Dulce, New Mexico, Area 51, Nevada
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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 - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months 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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Public - a year ago
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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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