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This guy has been buzzing my house all morning. It has no identifying numbers or insignia on it, and when I look at him through binoculars I can see him taking pictures of my house, or of me. There are no houses above or beside me….am I wrong to feel a little bit paranoid??? Was it something I said? Sorry about the quality, my good camera got lost in shipping and all I had was a stupid cellphone.



  1. Ralph Pacheco says:

    He forgot to include that his wife in sunbathing in the nude

  2. Cap'n Kangaroo says:

    If it was in my county, my guess would be a 3rd party tax assessor.

  3. NewFormatSux says:

    When he signed up for SolarCity, Perkel put in your name on the line , ‘Save money by referring a friend.’

    • McCullough says:

      I’m doing my own solar project, unfortunately without the net metering, gov’t. subsidies or tax breaks. We don’t get those.
      But it’s interesting watching Marc’s project, this is the way it should be done.

      • jpfitz says:

        Agreed, we get to watch the ins and outs of an installation. Hopefully all the way to the finished solar install, and maintenance, including Marc’s savings and return in energy.

        • ± says:

          “… return in energy …”

          You mean, return in your stolen tax dollars.

          • jpfitz says:

            You’re correct, I slid that one in on the sly hoping nobody catch me. Hey, a buck is a buck.

  4. The Monster's Lawyer says:

    Probably one of those pinko librul drones. You know they don’t like you.

  5. spsffan says:

    Got a rifle?

  6. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist and junior culture critic says:

    Paranoid?–yes.

    Wrong?–time will tell.

    How else would a helicopter “look” if it was doing any kind of land survey for some 50 or so reasons we could think up?

    Contra: bud of mine had a nice time share in Cozumel. Local Big Wig just came in and took it over–kicked everyone in the three house compound out. Said: “Sue Me.” So, bud doesn’t go to Mexico anymore.

    • McCullough says:

      They were looking for ganja growers, surveyors don’t fly in unmarked aircraft.

      • jpfitz says:

        “The division has four Aviation Resident Offices based outside major metropolitan areas. Personnel are based in other locations throughout the United States, the Caribbean, Central and South America, and Afghanistan.”

        I believe your correct. Lookin for the ganja. I’m jealous, even though I am fortunate and grateful for what I/we have. I love SCUBA and snorkeling.
        http://justice.gov/dea/ops/aviation.shtml

        Is that your homestead with the terracotta roof?
        Very nice location on a hillside.

      • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist and junior culture critic says:

        That would be one of 50 reasons… for sure.

        Interesting how bad laws pile up on one another.

        Bad drug laws cause bad invasion of privacy laws…and the ball keeps rolling.

  7. Tim says:

    I’ve had those black helecopters that don’t exist hover over us while we were trying to pick blackberries before. They even had rifles out the side of the door — most intimidating.

    On one occasion in late ~late ’93 – early ’94, a friend was back visiting from the west coast and an imprompteau party gathered at the abode and spilling out the driveway. Several of us were in my old ’74 champion motor home with me being the ‘death of the party’ raving on about black helecoptors and listening to Linda Thompson/ Bill Cooper talking about those non-existant entities.

    Just then, as if on cue, one approaches and hovers over us for quite some time. I was, shall we say, *pretty well lit*, and stuck all ten middle fingers up in the air at it.

    Turns out, Tom Clancy was on board getting a tour of the remote sensor capabilities from them and the military base there that made them. The blurb appeared in the paper a few days later. Yep. I unknowingly flipped off Tom Clancy! <– True story, that.

    ————————————————

    But about those flashes of light that can be seen lower belly toward the tail; Is that just a navigation light?? It didn't seem to be very periodic but *just whenever*.

    I'm thinking it could be a type of LIDAR looking for some particular molecules of something. Tomorrow is WTC7 Rememberance Day, after all.

    Something you said?? HA! I doubt it. Though, this server is not at your beautiful location, is it?

    and quantifying various atmospheric components. Atmospheric components can in turn provide useful information including surface pressure (by measuring the absorption of oxygen or nitrogen), greenhouse gas emissions (carbon dioxide and methane), photosynthesis (carbon dioxide), fires (carbon monoxide) and humidity (water vapor). Atmospheric lidars can be either ground-based, airborne or satellite depending on the type of measurement.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lidar#Atmospheric_Remote_Sensing_and_Meteorology

    But, since the chopper is *black*

    Few military applications are known to be in place and are classified,….evaluated the potential technologies to do stand-off detection for the discrimination of biological warfare agents.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lidar#Military

    • jpfitz says:

      All right Tim, I need an opinion about something weird that was paranoia inducing. I purchased my first device a few years ago, a simple Samsung 5.0 mp3. Has wifi and gps.

      The weirdness is that as soon as I turned on the device in my kitchen and activated the gps within ten minutes I had a Suffolk County chopper directly over my kitchen. I heard the racket and went out to the deck looked up at the belly of the blue and white Police chopper hovering. Maybe 500 feet above, this was at night and I desperately wanted to get my 400 lumen cree flashlight and strobe the pilot, but, I have to watch my impulse control and think before acting. My better half when queried about the situation told me I’m just paranoid and you better not strobe that chopper. I was so pissed, hovering directly above my kitchen at very low altitude.

      If the engine failed I doubt he could do a safe auto-rotation.

      Or, for some back story, my next door neighbor is a Suffolk County PO. I am pretty sure he served and may be a pilot. He now is a K-9 big shot and secretary of the local fire dept. He’s got a beautiful quiet dark german shepard for his duty animal. Last month the PO came home in the afternoon in his patrol car with a Police chopper in tow above, probably to check out his new backyard swimming pool. Man these guys with their guns, dogs, and choppers.

      So was I just paranoid that evening?

      Our bedroom window is adjacent to where he put the K-9 kennel, I don’t usually waft any wacky smoke from that window, but I couldn’t resist. Not a peep from the dog.

      • Tim says:

        As I understand it, the dogs won’t respond until instructed to do so. It is all part of their ‘conditioning’ and that particular part is so the dogs ‘alert’ on subtle, hidden cues from the handler to generate “reasonable suspicion” {note, *probable cause* went out the window long, long ago. Well before your probing waft.}

        In other words, the dogs and their handlers are running a scam. Always have been.

        • Marc Mondavi says:

          It’s kinda the same with *water witching* and the handler, in very few situations, is not even aware he’s broadcasting the cue based on his own intuition.

        • jpfitz says:

          I gotta reiterate that that is one beautiful dog. Big, almost half the height of the K-9 officer, who is not very tall. I’m concerned when the temps drop up here in the northeast and the dog is in his kennel. I gonna guess there will be a heater of sorts to keep him from freezing to death.

          When the temps drop to below freezing I’m gonna get my step ladder and take a peek to check on the pooch. I know he’ll catch me on video but I don’t care. The neighbor installed four video cams to keep an eye on the kennel.

          Hi, you’re on police cam. I may even wave to the cameras. What’s he gonna do arrest me for checking on an animal in the cold. I like dogs more than people at times, maybe all the time to be brutally honest.

          • Tim says:

            You ever wonder why a dog in a car will hold his head out the window and let the wind fill his cheeks yet will become agitated/bite if one gently blows in his face??

            People stink.

          • jpfitz says:

            That’s some funny shit.

            Ya ever have a dog get a wiff of a fart and walk away in disgust? Nasty

    • Cap'n Kangaroo says:

      “But about those flashes of light that can be seen lower belly toward the tail; Is that just a navigation light?? It didn’t seem to be very periodic but *just whenever*. ”

      If you take into account that the movies are really just a series of images taken over a span of time, it seems quite reasonable that the navigation lights appear erratic. The strobe light duration is in the neighborhood of 200 microseconds (and possibly less) so a bad camera phone could quite reasonably be expected to only occasionally catch the flash.

      • Tim says:

        Ahh! Thx, Cap’n.. I honestly hadn’t thought of that. I concurre. I’ll bet there was still remote sensing going on through something, though.

        On the eve of that last 9/11 (and I must admit that the one grow I ever did), I was *thankful* for the lack of planes in the sky near harvest time… Though it got stolen by acquaintances anyways.

        ^^You’d think that statement cold hearted but I just knew and was waiting for some coming 911 was an inside job before it happened {innoculation by Bill Cooper and Behold, A Pale Horse…)} and had been taking notice of all the military base surveillence activity near the river well in advance of the event. I was looking for a lost kite with a homemade telescope, for fucks’ sake! Always the same 21 minutes before ‘a dude’ was up that jeep trail to question me.

        Anyways; It’s always about the pot, is it not??

  8. Eideard says:

    No reasonably current military around? Looks like a Blackhawk to me. At least the locals are buying ‘Murican-made.

    • jpfitz says:

      Hey Eideard…is that really you? Do I now have a face to go with the name?

  9. John E. Quantum says:

    It was the Google maps folks

  10. Goodfellas says:

    Yeah, I hate helicopters.

    – Henry (no last name)

  11. jpfitz says:

    That’s a Blackhawk, and Mc you’re not wrong for feeling paranoid. The chopper was searching for something. I doubt you have anything to be concerned about as long as you or your neighbors aren’t growing, I think your golden, I don’t blame you for feeling invaded by unmarked military machinery.

  12. After Thought says:

    You should try faking a crime to see who comes a knockin’. Try pretending you’re growing dope or something.

    Think you have Constitutional rights? Think again! Terrorists have WON when fear and over reaction to things like underwear, shoes and shampoo cause our leaders to ignore the Constitution and the Fourth Amendment. And when (black) unmarked helicopters are allowed to fly with impunity it’s only proof that no one’s security has changed.

    … I swear! Someone could make a lot of money producing cheap plastic marijuana and poppy plants that dope growers and anyone else under surveillance could then use as decoys. I’d give it a try but all the moronic laws these days (in USA) make it cost prohibitive just filling out all the paperwork. And then it’s nearly impossible to find any good workers who don’t want all the usual perks like health care.

  13. LibertyLover says:

    No markings?

    Looks like an invasion from another country.

  14. RexOfRome says:

    They do that crap all the time here in San Diego. I can understand why people get frustrated and shoot lasers at them.

  15. Poo Poo Pee Don't says:

    How do you KNOW that this is “Your Tax Dollars at Work”?

    There’s absolutely no markings on this helicopter whatsoever. Even McCullough — the journalist/photographer (?) — said that. So how does anyone other than the pilot know if this is even a government owned helicopter or even a government sanctioned surveillance mission? Think about it. It could be privately owned (by some power hungry over reaching HOA nut job perhaps) or even FOREIGN! There’s just no way to know UNLESS there’s something not being reported here.

    Jumping to conclusions that have NOT been verified is rampant just about everywhere we look these days — even in the established “press”! Personally, I hate these subtle little mind fuck games especially when the motive is clearly to gain more readers (translation: ratings).

    … And yes, I will admit that the ODDS that it’s a government helicopter/mission are pretty good. But again, HOW THE FUCK DO YOU KNOW THAT?!

    • jpfitz says:

      Educated guess, that’s about all we have to use and considering the scope of the USA’s war on drugs, terror, constitution, etc.

      Funny thing, look up terror on the dictionary.
      How do u wage a war against an ideology? Can’t be done.
      Kill one three are recruited.

    • McCullough says:

      Its a small island. The Feds were all over it that day….everybody here knows who it was. Google HIDTA.

      Sheesh.

      • Anonymous (until now). gee thx. says:

        Dang, McCullough… I always figured somebody would be forced to roll over. But you?

        What they do; Catch you letting your little window-washer Yorkshire shit on the beachside porticello??

        Well, now everybody knows…
        http://youtube.com/watch?v=Lin-a2lTelg

    • Tim says:

      It could be privately owned (by some power hungry over reaching HOA nut job perhaps) or even FOREIGN! There’s just no way to know…

      Precisely, PPPoD.

      So when I see something like this:

      one of the groups conducting such raids is private security contractor LEAR Asset Protection and Management. A LEAR spokesman acknowledged the group had conducted similar raids in Mendocino County over the last year.

      However, medical marijuana grower Susan Schindler told KPIX that a group of men who used helicopters to raid her field last month refused to identify themselves.

      http://breitbart.com/Breitbart-California/2014/09/13/Mysterious-Heavily-Armed-Men-Drop-from-Helicopters-to-Destroy-Marijuana-Fields

      Now, they didn’t take the plants (which were all sans smiles, btw) but just sawed through and left them there.

      Some Pharma shills hiring mercs to kill the competition on the latest and greatest patented and adulterated snake oil?? Or something more nefarious, imminent which fills me with forboding — like the shadow government taking out a countermeasure to something being introduced to the populace right now??

  16. Obama signaled his ISIL strategy would be every bit as incompetant as it is in YEMEN and Somalia says:

    I reported you to Attackwatch.com for your weak and ineffectual advocacy of Obama’s fundamentally changing AmeriKa into a harmless third world nation its neighbors and socialists need not fear.

    Notice the inefficient use of fuel buzzing your compound, painting it for possible drone strikes later. Obama overruled his advisers is likely directing the campaign personally from strategic stops along the course.

    You have been warned. Your output of anti-Republican, anti-Christian, anti-Catholic, anti-free market blogs, has fallen to seriously low levels.

    Remember from whence you have fallen, before the drone strikes begin.

    • Ebola says:

      have you checked your B-12 lately?

      • Obama's ISIL strategy is misdirection, diversionary, meant to fail while giving ISIL plenty of time to adjust tactics says:

        Do you really believe Obama will leave you alone, after his IRS; BLM;NLRB;EPA sychophants destroy freedom loving citizens?

        Hence its my pleasure to turn McCullough in, so he is first in line.

        He and those like him share the Blame for the wrecking Ball that is Obama.

        • Tim says:

          No, I don’t believe any of them have ever *left us alone*. They’re figureheads, ‘Dude; Nothing more.

          p.s. Clyde Lewis had a bad day last week — Anyone ever heard of AHRIMAN and ANGRA MAINYU??

          seems like a teadude kinda ‘beast unleashed’ kinda question…

          {I did ask for it. I guess, I’ve got it comming to me. Though not the whole of the last nonsensical ravings of a dude imprisioned on Patmos, please — Just the more pertinent parts he was trying to convey to us knowledge-starved antiquity-futurites… }

  17. Rich says:

    I had the same thought- they’re looking for dope. I am thoroughly anti-marijuana but I also don’t want government creeps flying over me for any damn reason any time. Here’s hoping for catastrophic mechanical failure.

    • Tim says:

      I am thoroughly anti-marijuana

      Well, then you’re an ignorant tool. Everything else you said, true that.

  18. Jeanne Guidry says:

    Could this plane have originated from the Air Station on St. Croix:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virgin_Islands_Air_National_Guard

  19. Rich says:

    Get fucked, Tim.


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