Skip to comments.Russian PM not joking – extraterrestrials live among us according to MIB documentary
Posted on 01/03/2013 6:36:29 PM PST by BenLurkin
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedevs off-air comments that Russian Presidents are given a secret file about extraterrestrials living among us created much media interest. Most news reports claimed that Medvedev was simply joking. His apparent reference to the Men In Black movie as a source of information on a super secret agency that monitors extraterrestrials on Earth was commonly cited as key evidence that he was in fact joking. The reasoning is that no political leader would refer reporters to a comedy to clarify national policy. It has now emerged that Medvedev was not referring to the Men in Black comedy after all, but to a recent Russian television documentary titled Men in Black that reveals many details about an extensive cover up of extraterrestrial life visiting Earth.
However, a more accurate translation of what Medvedev actually said about the Men in Black phenomenon was: You can receive more detailed information having watched the documentary film of the same name. So Medvedev was referring to a Russian documentary film titled Men in Black, not the Hollywood blockbuster by the same name...
Russian Men In Black (MIB) documentary, a number of prominent UFO cases in Russia and the USA are discussed. The Roswell UFO crash is covered, along with a number of extraterrestrial abduction cases, and UFOs disabling nuclear weapons facilities. The documentary examines testimony that extraterrestrial bases have been established on Earth, and that some are in restricted US military areas with the full knowledge of the Pentagon. The documentary even goes on to seriously discuss President Eisenhowers alleged meeting with extraterrestrials, where agreements were reached with some of the visitors giving them permission to take some of the Earths resources in exchange for advanced technology...
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I’m wondering why there is a cookbook to be kept that has you cooking raccoonnooks.
If someone were to occasionally glance slyly through a hole in the fence at him, would he be the raccoonnoonnookkookkeeppeeper?
Have you seen this film?
I'm not big on comedies but this is one of my few favorites and I just found it on YouTube.
Quite possibly! The real joy (yeah, I’ve come to this) is to spell the word out loud to an eight-year old. Cee cee en en oh oh en en etc. etc.
1 2 1 1
1 1 1 2 2 1
3 1 2 2 1 1
1 3 1 1 2 2 2 1
A E F H I K L M N T
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We haven’t seen that one yet, but thank you for the recommendation. Bryan will never watch a movie on YouTube when he can watch it in that huge media room with the giant flat-screen that has a diagonal almost as long as I am tall.
I found it on Netflix, and I’ll add it to our queue and let you know what we think of it.
You’re very nice to think of us, and the movie has to be funny as all get out with Danny DeVito and Richard Dreyfus in it.
Are you series? You’re expecting ffolks like me to figure out logic posers?
I need lessons in that...
Get a computer with HDMI output and hook it up to that giant flat-screen. Then you can watch Internet content on it whenever you want?
Oh, get a wireless mouse and keyboard, too.
It’s already connected to the Internet. But Bryan prefers to use DVDs. He is the supreme leader and total dictator of the media room, LOL! But thank you anyway.
Yes, most of our electronic gear is wireless. Is there still any other kind?
Seriously, I have no say at all about the hardware. He actually does a very good job of the movies we watch. I get to add them to the Netflix queue, and that’s about it.
Then, using VLC Media Player
You can play the film on any sized screen connected to your computer.
Replay Media Catcher, $49.95 and well worth it, will record many free film sites on the web.
An alternative tn Netflix,
I sent my guess by Freepmail.
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No, honey! Not never mind. It’s in the queue, and as I said, I’ll let you know what we think of it. We both love a good comedy. And thank you so much again.
I see you guys have a Superb System for cinema.
I was ten or twelve; standing in a neighbor’s backyard when my cat strolled by. I had scarcely scooped her up in my arms when the neighbor’s dog barked...
...all 35 pounds of her...
...from around the corner of the house...
...on her chain...
...more than fifty feet away.
My cat paid me the dubious compliment of declaring me her only worldly rescuer by making a world-record, claw-enhanced scramble up to the top of my body like a hound-chased ‘coon rocketing up a lodgepole pine where she crouched bug-eyed, fur on-end, grappling hooks embedded in my scalp like a calico ushanka with the ear-flaps turned up.
Oooh, he’s beautiful! Thanks for posting.
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