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Thread: In Memoriam Angelia Joiner

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    In Memoriam Angelia Joiner

    Some hours ago, forum member Angelia Joiner passed away from Covid, only hours after her husband had died of it, too.

    You may remember Angelia as the reporter who reported on the Stephenville case, and from the Joiner Report.
    An opinion should be the result of thought, not a substitute for it.
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    Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.
    - Charles Darwin

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    May she and her husband rest in peace.
    For every action, there is a corresponding over-reaction. -- Anonymous

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    RIP Angelia Joiner.
    Very sad to hear of Angelia and her Husbands passing.
    More victims of the COVID-19 virus.
    Our condolences to the family.
    Very symmetrical that today is the 13th anniversary of the Stephensville TX sighting from Jan 8th, 2008.
    The sighting she extensively reported on.
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    Sad news indeed another good name bites the dust.
    Good to see you back Fore

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    An opinion should be the result of thought, not a substitute for it.
    - Jef Mallett

    Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.
    - Charles Darwin

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    Screen Capture of AJ,
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    as seen on James Fox's video "I Know What I Saw", during "The Stephensville TX sighting" segment.
    Broadcast recently on History Channel.
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    In a somewhat comical exchange, Angelia quizzed James as if he had come to her office with all the answers.
    They both had a laugh during the "I wish" moment.

    RIP AJ.
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