Yeah I thought this would be the best time for this.
posted on 10/30/2011 3:42:55 PM PDT
(Posting on FR since 1998 and 100% teleprompter free post as well.)
A common mistake
posted on 10/30/2011 3:46:46 PM PDT
(Hoping to have some change left)
Explains the use of the term “lunacy.”
posted on 10/30/2011 3:48:18 PM PDT
Before calling 911, you should always ask someone if the object you’re looking at is the moon or a UFO.
posted on 10/30/2011 3:51:19 PM PDT
(Stop Government Greed Now!!!!)
At least he didn’t get lost in an apple orchard.
posted on 10/30/2011 3:53:08 PM PDT
To: Slings and Arrows
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posted on 10/30/2011 4:13:56 PM PDT
by DJ MacWoW
(America! The wolves are here! What will you do?)
Honest mistake. Could happen to anyone.
I once had the fight of my life fending off an alien interloper who broke into the bedroom to get some kind of fluid samples.
When I awoke it turned out just to be a “rogue pillow”.
OR WAS IT ?!?! (cue spooky music)
posted on 10/30/2011 4:19:53 PM PDT
(January 20, 2013 The end of an error.)
"999 caller mistakes moon for UFO"
A Herman Cain caller?
Picture this: You're in a car riding along a country road at night. The sky is clear; the stars are twinkling. The silhouettes of moonlit trees glide by the side window. Flash! A blue-white light beams through a gap in the forest. Flash! It happens again. And again, and again. It's following you.
In the movies, this is when the spaceship lands. A door opens. Eerie-green lights flood the roadside. Something alien steps out ... and you have a Close Encounter. Time to dial 9-1-1!
Relax. It's only Venus, the second planet from the Sun.
posted on 10/30/2011 4:36:52 PM PDT
("The ship will self-destruct in t-minus, ten minutes.")
Back in the day... newspapers needed filler items to fill a half inch or so of column space at the end of a story. The material generally fell into one of two categories: Busses running off of mountain roads in some third world hellhole and “ain’t them British crazy” items. This falls into the latter class.
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