Discussion in 'Alien-UFOs in the Media' started by nivek, Jul 5, 2019.
Does anyone know if any of the related concerts took place?
'Storm Area 51': few arrests and fewer actual aliens at party in the desert
Area 51 Fest Cancelled After Only 500 Humans Show Up
Next year this will be huge, I mean HUGE!
It should be a tradition I agree
Yep nothing to see there, all the hype for nothing...
The Area 51 Raid Was the Worst Way to Spot an Alien or UFO
Dozens of revelers gathered near the top-secret base, purportedly hoping to glimpse some extraterrestrial life—but all they got were memes and selfies.
I'm happy to hear a good time was had by all. It could have been much, much worse. Apparently the real dipshits stayed away so it was just people looking for an excuse to party in the desert. Nothing wrong with that, but man what a silly episode. The county or some other underfunded agency will no doubt have to clean up the mess. The air force should step up, but of course it's "not their problem".
I thought the Area 51 spooks handed it well. Adam the Woo had a vlog that showed it as vacant and barren as I expected . Near the end of the vlog Adam actually showed up at the gates and the troops at the gate were jovial and in a friendly matter. It kind of makes me think if any of those pulpy area 51 stories I heard were full of hog wash. Probably not but then that's what I mean about how they handled it. Thrift demeanor made me wonder if there was any story there. I would have thought it a waste of time
I thought this was funny.
Couldn’t get that to play here, so I found it on YouTube and watched the whole thing. Pretty good presentation on what really went on there... sorta lame, considering all it was hyped up to be, but a cool begining to what Could turn into a decent annual festival.
I like this guy... did something I rarely do.., I subscribed.
He's kind of a drag now kinda boring but a few years ago posted some neat stuff on his two sites, adamthewoo (which isn't used much anymore) and thedailywoo which is kinda of monotonous and repetitive ( VERY REPETITIVE ) He used to do really cool stuff, like Spahn Ranch and Rustic Canyon.
Of course, another way to look at this is that unlike many of us at least these few doofs got off their asses and went to see for themselves.
Very interesting. But stupid.
Storm Area 51 Continues: They Can’t Stop All of the Lawsuits
It ain’t over until the fat alien sings. And, since we all know there are no overweight extraterrestrials, the ‘Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us’ event which fizzled out on September 20th is destined to go on forever … or at least until the Pornhub money is found. Wait, what?
Let’s see if we can identify all of the players in what appears to be the first lawsuit filed concerning the many problems spawned by that fateful day when a comedian first posted his faux plan to organizing a storming of Area 51, the famous location on an Air Force base in the Nevada desert said to be hiding aliens and their spacecraft. “West” is Connie West, owner of Little A’Le’Inn in Rachel, which from day one has been the unofficial physical center of all of the various Storm Area 51 events due to it being the only hotel in the immediate area. “We” is Matthew (Matty) Roberts, Brock Daily, Frank DiMaggio and John Greco – owners and backers of Alienstock and festival promoters Hidden Sound LLC, which was the last evolution of the first Storm Area 51 event which became the combo music festival and storm event. Matty Roberts is the comedian who started it all with his fateful Facebook post. DiMaggio says he’s Roberts’ personal manager and partner in Alienstock.
“Her accusations” are that West was expecting to cover some of her expenses for campsites, security and the like with money received by Alienstock from PornHub, the seemingly ubiquitous Canadian porn video site, which agreed to and eventually paid an Alienstock partner $70,000 in sponsorship money. However, Connie West’s suit alleges she saw none of it.
According to comprehensive coverage of the lawsuit by the Reno Gazette-Journal, Roberts and Daily assured West that “all logistical requirements for a large-scale music festival would be handled by them at their initial expense” and West agreed to pay them half of all revenue from her parking lot. After the event’s name was changed to Alienstock, West purchased merchandise and branded the entertainment, food and beverages she and her vendors branded with ‘Alienstock’. She also arranged for the final permit with the city to allow the festival. However, the one thing West didn’t get was a signed contract with Alienstock.
That proved to be costly for West. As agreed, West paid half of the advance parking revenue ($5,000) to Roberts and Alienstock. In return, she got invoices from the county for medical and security services totaling more than $100,000 – bills which West says she paid out of her own pocket. That’s about the time when DiMaggio and Greco show up (remember them?) with TV cameras and film crews and allegedly demanding West turn over to them all financial records and websites associated with Alienstock – a demand West refused to meet. At about the same time, PornHub allegedly wired the $70,000 directly to Brock Daily (remember him?) who, although he appeared to be on West’s side in dealing with DiMaggio and Greco, never gave her any of it to cover her costs. Hence the lawsuit by West.
The lawsuit seeks more than $50,000 for trademark infringement, breach of contract, breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, unjust enrichment, intentional interference with contractual relationships, interference with prospective economic advantage, fraudulent misrepresentation, business disparagement and defamation.
While only about 150 people showed up in Rachel for the event, West said it was “fabulous, absolutely fabulous.” Lincoln County doesn’t agree – it has a $250,000 bill, which includes $90,000 for meals, $10,000 for emergency fuel for law enforcement vehicles and helicopters, $36,000 for port-a-potties. Needless to say, the county is considering legal action against Roberts, Daily and anyone else they can get some money out of. Look for more lawsuits to follow.
Who’s representing the aliens?
Don’t worry. This is about Storm Area 51. They can’t stop all of the lawsuits and there are plenty of lawyers willing to represent them too.
I'm pretty sure that right there is what is known in legal terms as a clusterfuck.
So did any of the idiots die?
I don't think so, at least I haven't heard of any deaths, but I didn't think there was much violence or aggression to get into Area 51...I think a few went to the front gates but that's as close as they got to the facility lol...
Personally I was more concerned of some fool getting lost in the desert and dying of dehydration trying to get to Area51.
Yeah that was a good possibility of occurring too lol...
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