Some of you may have heard about the strange lights that flew over Phoenix earlier this week. Some of you may have even donned your tinfoil hats in response. Some said it was an alien spacecraft, some said it was a sign the second coming of Jesus Christ, still others said it was a UFO.
Technically, the latter were right, because it was some sort of flying object that was not identified, but let’s move on.
But now it seems it may have been all just a clever, clever hoax by some dude with some road flares, fishing line and helium balloons. What the story fails to address is what if this is just a cover-up? Who is to say that the aliens don’t have road flare/fishing line technology?
Last week, reports of UFOs over the town of Stephenville, Texas were reported and received much fanfare from mainstream media. Why these sightings caught attention, when thousands of
crazies people report seeing UFOs every year is beyond this blog. However, many people in the town saw the strange lights and even reported seeing jets chase the lights.
Now, this blog was shocked to find that residents of the town are now actually welcoming aliens and trying to get them to land in their humble Texan town. Folks, this is just plain dangerous. What happens if the aliens do land in Stephenville, do we really want people from a small Texas acting as ambassadors for the entire human race? Knowing them, they would probably think the aliens were messing with Texas and start and intergalatic war. In case you haven’t noticed, we’re rather tied up fighting other battles at the moment.
Stephenville must be stopped!
Recently in the world of video games,
hardcore conservatives that prefer to speak rather than learn worrywarts are up in arms over Mass Effect, the video game they say is filled with evil and nasty sex and alien nudity. Except it isn’t. In fact, there’s easily steamier scenes shown on soap operas. But hey, why let something small and meddling like the actual content of game get in the way of a good television argument, right (scroll to the bottom of the article)? Oh, and if you can scare folks with an arbitrary and completely irrelevant porn reference, that always helps too.