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Bob when three (Big Boy)
 







































































































 

  1963: First Place in the Cubs Scouts Pinewood Derby, Sharon Elementary School, Foster Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. Prize: Trophy.

1964: First Place in the Columbus Dispatcher regional paperboy new customer sales contest.
Prize: Weekend trip: visit the Fort Knox Army Base and have lunch at military mess hall, overnight stay at the Brown Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky and see the outside of the United States Bullion Depository, Fort Knox, Kentucky.

1963, 64 or 65: Interviewed by country singer Jimmy Dean on a local TV show at the Ohio State Fair.
Link missing.

1972 or 73 contestant on The Dating Game Show.
Link missing.

1972-1985:
Back to the Future "I hate manure": Bob's birth name is Robert Franklin Menear. In 1975 Bob stopped using his last name. Since a young age people have called Bob Menear "manure" as a joke. BTW, be careful about calling those Menears' "manure" because the Chairman, CEO and President of Home Depot is Craig Menear. Further explanation pending.
Note: The aforesaid is an alleged hypothetical assumption without any proof.

1975-1984: Wrote ten songs.

1975 or 76: Escort to the Queen of the Artists and Models Ball located at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Beverly Hills, California.

1975-2014: Owner of Bob Franklin Electric, California State Contractors License No.: 310093.
(worked for numerous famous Hollywood movie stars, musicians, singers, comedians, writers, directors, politicians, etc.)

1977-1990: President of Franklin Security Systems, California State Alarm Company License No.: LA001984.
(worked for numerous famous Hollywood movie stars, musicians, singers, comedians, writers, directors, politicians, etc.)

1979: Used the name "Volt" for an experimental electric pickup truck. Related link.

1981: City of Los Angeles Hardwired Smoke Alarm Permit Fee Increase: In 1981 when Bob changed the title of a 1977 religious song originally inspired by the song Dust In the Wind by Kansas from "We Can Live Forever" to Franklinstein the City of Los Angeles city counsel passed an emergency ordinance increasing the fee for hardwired smoke alarms by seventeen-fold. Bob's company Franklin Security Systems lost $65,000.00 due to the sudden change
. Further explanation pending.

1980-1990s movies and songs by other writers/recording artists inspired in part by yours truly:

● 1983-1995: Animotion: Obsession. Several of the band members of Animotion did some musical and production work for Bob prior to, and after Animotion became successful. If you listen closely it is difficult to tell if the word "but" or "Bob" is being mentioned in the song Obsession. Bob took an original CD copy of the song into a professional recording studio and carefully played it over back, and forth, and could not tell which word was being used. By the time Super Bowl XIX had aired on Sunday January 20, 1985 Animotion's song Obsession was #5 on worldwide charts and had stayed there for weeks, if not for months.
● 1984 ‒ Scorpions: Rock You Like A Hurricane.* Song by Bob titled Love That Rock'n' Music has a hurricane sound in the intro created by Ann, a girlfriend of Bill Wadhams. Bill Wadhams is the lead male vocalist for the band Animotion. Back then Bob also worked for the Scorpions PR manager Norman Winter. Further explanation pending.
● 1984-1985: Eddie Money called Bob asking for directions how to get to a popular Hollywood night club that he was going to be performing at later that day. Eddie mentioned he would give Bob free tickets for that night's performance if Bob would provide him with directions. Bob knowing he was being played jokingly told Eddie he did not need instructions from him for how to get to the club, so Eddie went on to say how he use to be a New York NYPD police officer before becoming a popular recording artist knowing Bob was in the armed burglar alarm company business. What this has to do with anything is up to debate?
● 1985 ‒ Tears For Fears: Everybody Wants To Rule The World.*
Further explanation pending.
1986 ‒ Peter Gabriel: Big Time.* The voice "Hi There" in the intro and at the ending sounds exactly like Bob's voice that may have been taken from Bob's business telephone answering machine or made to sound exactly like the intro from the answering machine. Further explanation pending.
● 1986-1987: George Harrison.* A song, possibly a promo song, about an Eskimo Indian inspired in part by the radio commercial titled Decahedreon. Link missing. Further explanation pending.
● 1987-1988: Grunts by Bob Franklin featured in a late-1980s rock song by a popular local band (name missing) from Southern California. Link missing. Further explanation pending.
● 1999 ‒
The Matrix.* When Tabūla Mentis thesis was created in 1991 by Bob Franklin a year later playwright Thomas Althouse claimed his 1992 screenplay "The Immortals" had many similarities to the 1999 sci-fi action film "The Matrix" which coincidentally has an eerie resemblance to the Metapeople by Bob Franklin. The Metapeople humanoid thinking processes at the time were based on a preproduction lensless beta technology developed earlier back in 1991 by Bob that utilized realistic futuristic artificial intelligence technology (artificial brain) and practical mind uploading innovational ideas that would allow humans to accomplish immortality here on planet Earth by the year 2045. More recently Bob has been working on a new book series based on the Metapeople titled Twenty Forty-Four (2044) that advances George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) book to the next level utilizing Bob's mind slate technology.
Note 1: The aforesaid with an asterisk afterwards are an alleged hypothetical assumption without any proof.
Note 2: As Bob discovers and remembers more connections they will be posted above.


1984: Introduced Frank
the Robot (Franklinstein).

1984 Season:
Super Bowl XIX TV commercials aired Sunday January 20, 1985 in Los Angeles. The Super Bowl XIX commercials that aired in Los Angeles were not funny; they were outright frightening! Further explanation pending.
Apple 1984 Commercial (first aired during Super Bowl XVIIII). P.S.: Wait until you see what is coming in 2044.
Bob's Big Boy Restaurant commercial: "Vote, should he stay or should he go." Link missing.
● Pacific Telephone commercial: "This talk about people becoming robots is a dead issue." Link missing.
Jimmy Swaggart Super Bowl XIX Sunday morning service: "This talk about people becoming robots is a dead issue." Link missing.

1984-1985: "Yeah, yeah that's right":
● Months before the below listed comedian started saying "Yeah, yeah that's right" Bob said the exact same thing in a recording studio while the tape was rolling. Bob thought what he had been trash talking about at the studio between recordings sounded pretty stupid so Bob said "Yeah, yeah that's right" to acknowledge the stupid statement. The recording studio engineer had a funny look on his face after Bob had made the statement.
● Years later Bob asked the following question at the website www.inthe80s.com: "Does anyone know what comedian made the catch phrase "Yeah, yeah that's right" popular in the mid 1980s?"
● Bob got the following response: "That was Barry Sobel. You may have seen him on "Bud Friedman's Comedy At the Improv." He was also in "Revenge Of the Nerds II." He had a particular set, which he dubbed "Fine." It had things like, "Yeah, yeah, that's right. There are white guys out there, with big d**ks. OK, fine!" He was a bit vulgar for my taste, but he had a modestly large following."
Note: The aforesaid is an alleged hypothetical assumption without any proof.

1987-1988: IRS ‒ President Ronald Reagan connection. Further explanation pending.
Bob had a controversial problem with the IRS. See FBI Report #1, FBI Report #2, FBI Report #3.
● President Ronald Reagan scolded IRS employees on live television.
Link missing.
● After the controversy was resolved IRS phone call operators/employees were required to provide customers with an ID number when IRS employees first answer a phone call.

1991: Used the name "tabula" (tablet/slate) for an experimental wireless remote/slave computer and AI brain. Related link.

1991: Developed thesis for futuristic "lensless" camera, display screen and spyglass. Related link.

1991-2017: Wrote 300+ unique physics theses that can be found in Bob's upcoming book I.C.E. Infinite Cold Energy.

2005: In circa 2005
 Bob Franklin first used the word Supercube for his non-fiction combination science-religion illustration called The Itty Bitty Teeny Weeny Little Big Bang Model to help further explain the New Jerusalem (a satellite of Heaven) as mentioned in the Holy Bible Revelation/Apocalypse 21:16. Before then, Bob used the term superbetacube from his theses superbeta and superbetacule before changing it to Supercube. Two years later the word supercube appeared in the novel Before Dishonor by Peter David published October 30, 2007. In the novel Admiral Janeway is assimilated while exploring a supposedly "dead" Borg supercube and is later transformed into the Borg Queen. Prior to then the word Cube was used in the Star Trek series. The Borg is part of the Universal Studios (now CBS Studios) Star Trek series. Star Trek Borg are trademarks of CBS Studios, Inc..
     Bob Franklin is currently researching copyrighted material for proof as to when exactly the word supercube was first used by him. Artists working on the project in the Los Angeles area during the 90s were given the opportunity to see Bob's ideas and flyers were also handed out to individuals as he progressed on with his ideas throughout the years. Bob Franklin has no knowledge as to if Peter David was provided with the idea from someone associated with Bob, nor is Bob Franklin accusing Peter David of plagiarism. A girlfriend of Bob's (1989-1991) who was a typesetter, astrologer, publisher and a former high fashion model would do typesetting for scientists and for a person in particular who was a writer for the Star Trek
series. Bob noticed some of the terms he used for sci-fi weapons, etc. would sometimes appear in the Star Trek series TV shows. As a note, this subject about supercubes only serves as a point of interest in history and how it associates to religion, spacecraft, and so forth.

2016: First to use the letter
"R" for robots/robotics (sexbots) after the "Q" for the abbreviation LGBTQR (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and robots/robotics).

2017: Discovered politicians and groups are using the First Amendment against, to the detriment of, their own people: Related link.
Note: Others may be aware of these facts, but have been unable to do anything about it.
 
    
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