UFOs. Im Convinced.

Do UFO's exist

  • NO you Dribbler

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  • Yes and my bottom bears the scars of their experiments

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  • My name is Ja'Art and we live among you.

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#2
what clinched it for me was the UFO "Expert" they interviewed on breakfast news this morning. I think the guy needs a bit of remidial work to put the loose bolts and screws back in. Personally i think he's spent too much time watchin the X files
 
#3
Good for you. Now if you'll just step outside, you'll find a couple of very kind men in white coats all ready to take you somewhere nice and quiet for a lie down. I understand buggery is optional :D

Wacko!
 
#4
There was no lube on the probe either! :ufo: :crying:
 

Biped

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#5
I'm convinced!

I have not as yet seen any UFO's I'll admit, but I've seen plenty of w@nkers on the telly and in real life who either talk an alien language, or talk about sh!t that is so far out that there's no way they could have come from the same sector of the galaxy as me, unless of course, it's me that needs to research my roots . . . .
 

old_fat_and_hairy

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#6
There can be no doubt that aliens from other worlds exist, nor that they move about with us. How else can you explain Margaret Beckett?
 
#8
We cannot be so arrogant as to suppose we are the ONLY intelligence in a vast universe, but I,ll wait to be convinced.
 
#9
The Universe really is screwed if we are considered the intelligent ones in it.

Somehow I doubt the Aliens dressed in Bacofoil Jumpsuits that communicate with telepathy spend the inordinate amount of time we do on how we are going to pootache our next victim. :D
 
#10
Aliens do walk amongst us...why else would MDN be so fixated on anal probes?
 
#11
"Scientific value? What do you mean "scientific value" earthling?"

 
#13
According to a Gallup poll done at the end of the twentieth century, about one-third of Americans believe aliens have visited us, an increase of 5% over the previous decade.

This guy's got me convinced.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T080PtGOaDM

I woke up in Berlin in 1986 and had a very strange taste in my mouth and my body was racked in pain. There is no logical explanation as to why my bank account had been emptied and why my locker had exploded it's contents all over my room.
I have no recolection of the preceeding two days and I was violently sick and dehydrated for hours afterwards! There were some strange stains on my trousers and I still have nightmares about what might have happened.
 
#14
I think it is the height of arrogance to presume that, out of the billions of stars and planets in the ' known' universe, we are the only creatures that pass for intelligent.


that being said, the ultimate proof is self-evident.. the fact that we've been left alone or that aliens only visit in secret says it all.. We're so f**ked up, anyone half-way intelligent knows enough to stay well away..
 
#15
"and pray that there's intelligent life out there in space
cos there's bugger all down here on Earth"
 

Trans-sane

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#16
I say don't exist. The most comprehensive proof for this is UFO sightings haven't been taxed yet by the gobment.
 
#17
Why is it that a race with the capability to travel light years across space always seem to end up abducting some no brain, cletus type hillbilly from the backwoods?
What are they trying to find out?
 
#19
Lets just say that in 1969 while at 1 & 3 TRRE, it was about 9:30 pm and looking over to the RAE farnborough, there was a very bright light moving slowly just above the tree line.

I went into the EX A/T block and dragged all the lads out, they too watched, as the light, although bright, did not light up the area, as it should, it then moved quickly, about a half mile at a time across the resrticed area of the REA.

When it left it moved like a bullet shooting upwards and away from Farnborough, in under two seconds, it was gone and it was as I recall a clear night and in 69 WE had nothing that could move THAT fast!!

An interesting place to be hovering over at that time, perhaps it was the Yanks or the Ruskies, who knows? But it wasn't of this world!
 
#20
CharlieBubbles said:
Lets just say that in 1969 while at 1 & 3 TRRE, it was about 9:30 pm and looking over to the RAE farnborough, there was a very bright light moving slowly just above the tree line.

I went into the EX A/T block and dragged all the lads out, they too watched, as the light, although bright, did not light up the area, as it should, it then moved quickly, about a half mile at a time across the resrticed area of the REA.

When it left it moved like a bullet shooting upwards and away from Farnborough, in under two seconds, it was gone and it was as I recall a clear night and in 69 WE had nothing that could move THAT fast!!

An interesting place to be hovering over at that time, perhaps it was the Yanks or the Ruskies, who knows? But it wasn't of this world!
Your name is Cletus and I claim my £5 :D
 

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