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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by crosscreekcooter, Oct 8, 2018.
It happens to everyone sooner or later. It's nothing to be ashamed of.
I don't believe in Aliens, but I am sick and tired of being outside and a bright light engulfs me, waking up in a field with a sore ass and four hours missing from my life!
Mine was sort of like this
I don’t believe in aliens either, but I am sick and tired of my boyfriend disappearing for hours at a time and then calling me to pick him up from some random field.
Sounds like he's a real pain in the ass..................oh...............sorry.
You need to take him in and and have him tested for pregnancy and alien std's. From what I hear Ajax won't wash that schit off. When you pick him up, is he carrying a blue cooler?
Well I guess that explains why I love aliens! Over 30 years ago, just after moving to Florida to start grad school, I noticed, you guessed it, a blue cooler sitting on the side of Newberry Road, between Jonesville and Newberry; near the bat caves turnoff. The cooler looked to be in good condition, so I did a U-Turn and went back to grab it. That cooler was great and was with me for many years. I can't remember what happened to it other than I know I had it in Seattle at one point over 10 years later; but now that you mention your blue cooler theory, maybe the aliens came and retrieved it to build another pod. Come to think of it, I think there was some beer left in it! Damn aliens! But I still love em anyway!
No reason, but by chance have you happened to have noticed any changes in your appearance lately? Like.....oh.....I don't know....your eyes becoming more almond shaped and your head slightly more bulbous?
Never personally saw a UFO, but I do believe in them. Too many credible accounts of things seen, fighters being scrambled, etc. I'm sure some of them are odd weather events that are mistaken for something else; some are deeply classified Pentagon projects into emerging aerial technologies; and some are the real thing. But for all I know (and this is my personal theory): UFO incidents are alien teenagers just hotrodding and fv*king around with us. If I was 17 and handed the keys to an intergalactic machine that would outrace and outfox anything a distant planet could throw at me...you'd better believe I'd take advantage of it. Ex: "What do you guys want to do tonight?" "Let's take dad's spaceship and fvkk around with the earthlings." As for supernatural: I've seen a statue of Jesus bleed tears of blood in South America. It's been doing it on and off for over a decade and had been visiting the site to see it up close when the statue started bleeding and got to see it firsthand. It was a pretty sobering and humbling moment. They've done scientific tests on it: the statue isn't being manipulated or tampered with in any way, they don't have an explanation for why it's doing that.
Credible accounts, huh?
There's several, yes.
Aren’t you one of those credible accounts?
Wait, I'm credible!
My credibility is certainly in doubt.
All I can say is if you see a UFO don't bother reporting it, nobody will believe you. Especially if you tell them you were in front of the Drift Inn when you saw it.
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