Flying Spaghetti Monster destroys Windfarm

#6
His noodleyness cares not for enviro-tax sheisters , piracy is for his disciples and his disciples alone!

This lighting on the pic of the old dear in the article raised a giggle though.
 
#7
Praise, praise, incense, flowers and loads of cash money on the shrine of EM. Just covering for the weekend, chaps. Whenever the Sacred Name is uttered, I feel a trifle nervous.
 
#8
Ice on blades, whole thing goes wonky and unbalanced, blade comes off , whacks the other blade , Endex.



The ice was placed there by the Grays.
 
#10
Right, so after travelling gjillions of miles across the cosmos ET decides to go and have a shufty at rural Lincolnshire?

Fcuk me I thought an extra toe or two wouldn't have been that interesting to an octopus monster from space.

Fcuking inbred mongs. And I should know, I'm from there.
 
#12
"Dorothy Willows — who lives half a mile from the scene of the hit-and-run — was in her car when “strange lights” loomed in the evening sky"

Dorothy said: “My husband Stephen was woken at 4am by the bang.”

So Dorothy was pottering around in her car the night before and saw lights but it was her hubby who was awoken by the bang ? hmmmm - I think Dorothy knows more than she is letting on and should prepare for a visit from Will Smith imminently !!
 
#14
Would be interesting to find out how the damage was done. My only guess would be that someone threw some chains over two of the blades and had a tractor yank them down. No aircraft could do that without leaving a big smoking hole in the ground near by.
 
#16
parapauk said:
Would be interesting to find out how the damage was done. My only guess would be that someone threw some chains over two of the blades and had a tractor yank them down. No aircraft could do that without leaving a big smoking hole in the ground near by.
Do you think that would be possible, especially if they were in motion? Im not saying i believe the ufo theory by the way! Maybe its the crop circle fraternity with a new modus operandi :wink:
 
#19
parapauk said:
Would be interesting to find out how the damage was done. My only guess would be that someone threw some chains over two of the blades and had a tractor yank them down.
I didn't see a mention in the report of Trebuchet tracks on the ground because that would be the only way you could chuck chains 290' in to the air.

Structural failure seems to be the most obvious answer - Ockham's razor etc.

The wind farm at that location is relatively new (within the past year).


UFO's? Yeah, Donna Nook range might have something to do with the 'low flying strange lights' (Saturday night it would be rather quiet though). :roll:

Having said that, people from Louth are odd as fuck at the best of times.
 
#20
What utter drivel. UFO's? Ridiculous.

I can tell you with absolute certainty that this was caused by a weather balloon...... :roll:
 

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