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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by dkong8x625, Oct 17, 2010.
UFOs are here
Somebody better call this guy
obviously military flares. You would think the people of New Mexico would recognize them by now.
Most Manhattanites seem satisfied with the explanation that the lights over the City were balloons. But, now, El Paso--that's only a couple of hundred miles from Roswell, NM, don't you know?
my dad worked in area 51 he did not see any ufo all he saw was flying saucers.
Uh, what? If that was meant as a joke, I don't get it.
I get it. Not very funny, but yeah. :tongue:
Battle stations, everyone! It's the guvmint!
The strangest thing is that it was predicated. I saw this article in the beginning of october and disregarded it as another bullshit conspiracy theory. lo and behold on the 13th ET was hovering above NYC
the aliens are coming oct 13
Actually, the lights observed over Manhattan fell a bit short of the prediction (bold type, including that on "all major cities," in original):
Maybe the space guys had a budget shortfall and could only scrape together a few spaceships to hover over one major city.