I asked someone much more in the know about special communications than I about his opinion of this van pictured above. He threw out an answer, non-committal. I thought that was it. But then he poured on the research and got hold of me again. He could be wrong, but he said that it appears to be an FCC investigations van. Apparently, what they do is make their way to an area where there are suspect interferences with communications. Indeed. We’ve had really a lot of that in the area at high levels over the past couple of years. I reckon that there are lots of things going on behind the scenes but ready to explode into open court. So, if this is what it is, this utterly unmarked, entirely custom, way under the speed limit, with accompaniment van is entirely welcome. The more the merrier.
Meanwhile – and this is just hearsay – someone told me that they had seen another weird van around town, on main street, in fact, up at city hall, twice. That van I’m sure also has lots of custom things going on with it, as it belongs to the State Bureau of Investigation Crime Scene Investigations Unit. I’m not saying I know what the crime was – and I always regret any crime took place – but if the crime being investigated is what I think it is, I’d say that the two vans are working in tandem.
Weirdly, just a fun fact on the side, all of a sudden the local sheriff’s election has been moved up from November 2022 to just about six weeks from now.
10 responses to “UPDATE about that “communications” van: add State Bureau Crime Scene Investigations van”
What’s the license plate read?
The Russians are coming. The Chinese…or worse yet, the CIA.
Or they are coming to announce Happy Birthday 🙂
That would make a cool little traveling hermitage!
Great birthday present for Father Byers. Happy birthday!
Happy Birthday Father George. Will offer a rosary for you and your intentions.
The white van spoken of in the link below most likely has no connection with the white van pictured in this post, but then again …https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/us-national-security-officials-stricken-with-unexplained-neurological-symptoms-in-and-around-white-house/?utm_source=top_news&utm_campaign=usa
Having read your post, Father, and the Lifesite article within minutes of each other this morning, I couldn’t help wondering – even at the risk of being taken for a tin-foil hat conspiracy theorist – might the thing atop “your” white van be a pulsed electromagnetic energy weapon rather than communication equipment? It sounds bizarre, I know.
We certainly live in weird times. Nothing would surprise me. But in this case that’s not a good tech fit.
It was mysterious when the whales beached themselves, leading some people to wonder, well, all kinds of stuff. Turns out, the navy was conducting high-energy sonar experiments, which drove all the nearby whale nuts! Or, at least, this was the explanation I came to accept – the one noodle, out of so much pasta, that stuck to the wall of my mind.
Happy Birthday, Father! I hope you like pineapple:
If only two others would join in with me, we’d make a yodeling trio!
[Blowing a “D” ]
Happy birthday, Father George,
Happy birthday to ya.
To make you birthday turn out good,
I give this present to ya:
Happy Birthday, Father.