Today, Dan and Jordan have to stop the presses on Alex Jones because the newest installment of the Mark Richards interview series was released over at Project Camelot, and that is not something that can wait. In this installment, the gents learn about UK UFO business, dumb takes on public health, and the coming X-Men threat.
Today, Dan and Jordan need a Wacky Wednesday break from talking about Alex Jones, so Dan takes the opportunity to look into a little question he had about a possible motivation for the documentary being made about non-murderer and Friend Of The Raptors, Mark Richards.
Just when they thought they were moving away from Project Camelot World, Dan and Jordan get sucked back in. Dan needed a break from Alex Jones, so the gents discuss some paranormal weirdos. In this installment, they look into the time Kevin Moore (the guy who is making a takedown documentary about Project Camelot and Mark Richards) interviewed a guy who claims to talk to time travelers, which is as close as this show gets to a Halloween episode.
Today, Dan and Jordan welcome you back to Wacky Wednesday.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a Wacky Wednesday break from talking about Alex Jones to take a little look into some chaos in Project Camelot land. Sweary Kerry has been pretty mad lately about a British guy who is making a documentary about how her friend Mark Richards is not a space captain (which he is not), but actually a murderer (which he is). As professional Mark Richards analysts, the gents decide that they need to know a little more about this situation, so they dig in and see what's up.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a detour into Project Camelot world to go over the latest entry in the saga of Sweary Kerry's interviews with Mark Richards, a convicted murderer who likes to pretend he's a space warrior. In this installment, Kerry actually discusses Mark's crime, which is a bad move, since it kind of opens the door for Dan and Jordan to do the same.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a mid-week break from talking about Alex Jones to discuss an episode of Project Camelot where Sweary Kerry recounts her ninth interview with "definitely not a murderer" Mark Richards. Learn about new alien races, solar observatories, and how collaborative confidence scams work.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a little Project Camelot vacation to catch up on one of the past episodes where Sweary Kerry breaks down an interview with Mark Richards. In this installment, we learn about intelligent AI satellites, the roots of science fiction, and much more.
Today, Dan tells Jordan all about how Kerry Cassidy of Project Camelot just posted her newest discussion of an interview she conducted with Mark Richards. Depending on who you ask, Mark Richards either is a crazy person who orchestrated a murder in 1984, or he is a Secret Space Captain who was framed because his friendship with Raptor Aliens makes him too dangerous to the New World Order. Whatever you may believe, the new information we learn today is potentially earth-shaking.
Today, Dan needs an "Alex Jones Break," so he decided to go back and see if there were any old Mark Richards interviews on Project Camelot that he hasn't told Jordan about yet. As luck would have it, he found a few, and Jordan finally gets to learn the truth about all of America's wars, whether or not AI have souls, and the mysterious "ant beings."
Today, Dan and Jordan take a break from talking about Alex Jones because there is big news in the world: Project Camelot's Kerry Cassidy took a 7th visit to "interview" Mark Richards (either a Space Command pilot or responsible for a murder, depending on who you ask).
Tune in to catch up on Raptor News, learn about the AI spacecraft known as Minerva, and discover the secrets of the Spider Leadership.
Today, Dan needs to take a break from explaining Alex Jones to Jordan, so instead he tells Jordan all about a story from the annals of Project Camelot.
In this installment, the gents explore JoAnne and Mark Richards, a married couple who claim to be deeply involved in the Secret Space Program. Are they really space travelers, or is Mark a very serious con-man who has a lot of fanciful stories about Space Raptors? Most likely that second option.