On Mar 19, 7:36 am, email@example.com wrote:
I tried your link. Wouldn't load for me.
Further search showed there was a "small box for batteries".
The 'box' you are looking at is the extension on the bottom of the
balloon to make it look like that one in an early Sci Fi film - it
also contained helium.
On Mar 20, 5:50 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Well, then you are stuck with why they were frantically searching for
him inside it at the end.
I sure would like to see a cite (I can't find one) on what the
searchers had (or have) to say on the subject.
What would you do? Just walk away and not take the extra 5 minutes to
look everywhere? How would anyone at the scene know exactly how the
balloon was or was not constructed. I could make a balloon that
looks round, like a single compartment, and in fact have a divider in
it with the helium in the upper part and a separate section at the
bottom with air that a child could fit into. The live videos of the
balloon that I saw wouldn't lead me to believe it was impossible for a
boy to be in the bottom of it. In fact, it looked like there could
be a space at the bottom for a boy. I see a trend here. Just like
in the cases of all the runaway Toyotas, you are quick to jump to
conclusions and just close the book without all the facts or a
complete investigation. If not, I don't see why you would expect
rescue workers to do anything other than do a complete search of the
email@example.com wrote the following:
In the video, as the balloon takes off and the father thinks the boy is
in the balloon, he kick something in anger.
That's when I doubted his story. Your kid could be in a life threatening
situation and you get mad?
What cite was that? I provided links PHOTOGRAPHS of the box, including
a phot with the door open.
You claim something that NO ONE else claims, and you say you base it
on listening to the radio.
Sorry, but "troll" fits you like a glove on this subject.
On Mar 20, 8:39 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Only every reporter during the situation kept repeating the "in the
baloon"...and yes, they _may_ have been referign to in a box. Unlike
you, I am open to changing my mind when and if proof is provided. I
provided one cite that said "there was not box attached".
I think it was CL who had a post with two cites, one worked, one
didnt'. Beging on dial-up I usually do not go to links.
If you provide the one with the "door open' again (if it was yours) I
will try it.
No, i am not a troll. I am seeing an honest difference of opinion on
which one side (me) is willing to listen to the other side, your side
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