« Thread started on: Nov 29th, 2003, 6:41pm »
A great way to attract media attention is by gathering in large numbers. What if 100 of us went to file our complaints and reports at the same time, in Madison. I think it would be more effective than having some kinda of seminar. Guarenteed media attention. We let them know us common folk are concerned an want answers.
In a way that's what we're trying to do with the UFOWisconsin website. By publicly documenting all the reported UFO sightings & having them in one place, we hope it attracts attention to whats happening over the skies in our state.
Websites usually don't draw much "media" attention. Especially websites dealing with these sort of topics. Nevertheless I do believe it is extremely important to provide UFO education to the public. We definatly need to take advantage of this valuable resource! I think most importantly the internet allows large groups of people with similar interests to share. We should move beyond this because anyone whose had an experience knows its real. We need to make everyone else in this country interested as well. The pubic needs to know that our government is covering this up and its real.
I think you're right, killian, but then how do we get media attention? Since none of us probably live in the same area, maybe we could just find a day to go and file our complaints and reports. If we all did it at the same time, maybe we would get our message across and the headlines would be " people around america come forword with proof of alien life". Cool idea, huh?