It’s Out There

The UFO hearing sounds like it was unchained, and Tiger Beat on the Potomac (thanks Charlie) morning email thingie has the deets:

Here’s how the landmark UFO hearings in Congress are going so far: “Rep. MIKE GALLAGHER (R-Wis.) says he doesn’t believe that a secret cabal of government officials and contractors are hiding a captured alien spaceship. But he wants to make sure — so that we can all move on to more serious business,” Bryan Bender writes.

“One of the most eye-popping moments during a House Intelligence Committee hearing on UFOs on Tuesday was when the Wisconsin Republican pressed Pentagon officials on claims that a ‘glowing red orb’ once shut down nuclear weapons in Montana and that a recently leaked document revealed that other-worldly vehicles — and possibly even extraterrestrial bodies — are being kept from government leaders and the public.”

So, we got that working for us.

And in related UFO news:

Geraldo Reveals He Saw UFO While ‘Stoned on Ecstasy’ in the Bahamas

I’m claiming Geraldo on Ecstasy as the working title of my movie script.

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4 Responses to It’s Out There

  1. I saw a group of UFO’s in November of 1977, 3 to be exact, acting/flying in unison formation and apart (from each other). Was with about 6 others (no drinking or drugs involved) and we watched silently, gobstruck and (quite) a bit frightened. They were slick, fluid and lightening fast -far beyond anything earthlings were capable of at the time (ie: drones and whatnot). “They are out there”.

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  2. roket says:

    Dibs on Geraldo on Ecstasy as my punk rock band name.

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  3. spotthedog says:

    “But he wants to make sure — so that we can all move on to more serious business” – uh huh, don’t tell me he doesn’t want UFO talk drawing any headline-grabbing attention away from the Jan. 6 committee, surely not!

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  4. glitterbug says:

    They really don’t understand Physics.

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