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 go to Wally World when I need to, but that’s not saying I like to go. It means walking a mile+ in the cold dark and either taking a cab home because of the amount of bags, or riding the bus. The cab is $15 for a seven-minute ride, and the bus is $1 for an hour.
Necessity drives me.
If it snows over night, does it still stay dark?
We have snow here. Am willing to share.
I thought busdaddy drove you...
I can’t tell, it’s still dark. Jake went out, but he came back. I’m not sure what that means, weather-wise.
There are currently rain reflections along the TN border but your state is currently rain free, bar a few small reflections around Raleigh.
Oh and Good Morning ,TC! :)
Good morning. The weather-beeber says it’s 34 outside, which means any precipitation would be rain, which means Jake would have been on my keyboard in a demonstration of wet fur. Ergo, no precip!
There’s a place for high-tech meteorology, like when you want to know if the tornado is headed right for you, but for the everyday, a cat works just fine. If you don’t like cats, you can just walk out the door yourself and see what falls on you.
A simple rule of thumb around here is:
If you can see the contrails the sky is clear,
If not it is overcast,
If you can’t see any aircraft it is about to rain,
If you can’t hear any Aircraft it is raining.
Thank you Boeing for your weather indicating equipment.
Busdaddy drives a bus in Vegas...I live in Henderson. And the bus here doesn’t go TO Walmart; it only comes FROM Walmart. Where I pick it up to come home, it makes a circle that closes, about half a mile past my complex, then goes back west.
So I either walk to Walmart or take a taxi, and I’m not flush enough to take a taxi both ways, even on paydays.
LOL! Don’t burn that up!
I got almost 12 hours of sleep last night. Of course, after walking to Walmart three days in a row, that wasn’t surprising.
Just having a cuppa and waiting for the sun to peek over the yardarm. ;o]
How are things with you? Do you still have some lousy weather?
Good morning! Cold, sunny, crisp and crunchy white stuff on the ground. Off to feed the horse.
Do you have a shopping cart? I used one when I lived in an urban area and didn’t have a car—it was a lifesaver.
OK, now *really* off to feed the horse.
I do have a shoping cart, but it wouldn’t last long if I had to pull it behind me for a mile, several times a month. Besides, the buses frown on them...they block the aisles and pose a hazard to passengers.
The one I have is used mostly for taking my laundry to the laundry room, which is a block away.
But it’s a good idea. I see one old person (I can never tell if it’s a man or woman) who has his/her O2 tanks in it, along with a pillow and blankets. Probably a dialysis patient.
Riding buses can be entertaining... ;o]
Just put out a cup of Tea...