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(Denver Channel)   Colorado is a hotbed for UFO sightings. Which proves that, in addition to anal probes, aliens like Coors   (thedenverchannel.com) divider line 184
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2005-02-25 08:12:20 AM
Given the choice of drinking Coors or receiving an alien probe from aliens...I choose the probe.

All in all, I'd end up less embarrassed about it.
 
2005-02-25 08:45:09 AM
Coors? So much for higher form of intelligence then.
 
2005-02-25 09:16:13 AM
Whoa. Are we sure this isn't some preview script for "Deus Ex 3?"
 
2005-02-25 09:44:01 AM
"Although MUFON is housed in Schuessler's basement, it claims to have 3,000 members worldwide with 450 field investigators."

Pretty much says it all right there.

Oh, and Coors sucks.
 
2005-02-25 10:19:31 AM
Every time I see Pete Coors on the TV, I see a manufactured image. Someone so wholesome on TV I suspect he is a child molester in private.

So when the headline said "Aliens like Coors", I said "yeah, anal probing him".
 
2005-02-25 10:21:21 AM
It's because the Stargate Command is in or near Colorado Springs, and they keep having trouble with the Goa'uld.
 
2005-02-25 10:24:47 AM
Someone has to drink that crap
 
2005-02-25 10:29:36 AM
Yes
 
2005-02-25 10:29:53 AM
Coors is the best beer of the three dominants...

Miller, Bud, and Coors...Coors wins...Miller is horrible

Schafer lite however, is the nectar of the gods.
 
2005-02-25 10:29:58 AM
Based out of Morrison? No surprise there...

Although in the town's defense they have really cheap gas and a great Italian restaurant.
 
2005-02-25 10:32:06 AM


I'd analy probe the Corrs, not Jim tho, hes a minger.
 
2005-02-25 10:33:26 AM
I guess someone has to like Coors.

/hope I don't get gang probed
 
2005-02-25 10:33:42 AM
I watched the 2 hour Peter Jennings UFO special last night hoping to see something new, alas, nadda.
/still does not believe.
//there's more physical proof for Bigfoot, and they haven't got him yet either.
 
2005-02-25 10:36:01 AM
slewfootedhoopajoo

You sure know a lot about shiatty beer.
 
dly
2005-02-25 10:36:24 AM
drinking that crap will give you kidney stones!
 
2005-02-25 10:36:59 AM
UFO- better than a UFIA.
 
2005-02-25 10:37:01 AM
Something about the anal probes and the beer brought this image to my mind:





"If you've got a big thirst and you're gay, reach for a cold tall can of Schmitt's Gay."
 
2005-02-25 10:37:29 AM
ufos are just manifestations of some heretofore unexplained electrical phenomena. Some interaction between weather, the sun, and subterranean fault lines or geological artifacts. See this URL for the best study of the most regular occurence of these phenomena, in Hessdalen, a location in northern Norway:

Hessdalen
 
2005-02-25 10:37:58 AM
Well, if they like Coors it's proof there really is no other intelligent life out there. Either that or they have no taste.
 
2005-02-25 10:38:51 AM

Here is a good example of Hessdalen images

 
2005-02-25 10:40:10 AM
http://www.hessdalen.org/pictures/
 
2005-02-25 10:40:36 AM
Best way to make them go away: offer them a huge platter of Rocky Mountain Oysters. After they've all scarfed down several dozen, tell them The Awful Truth.
They'll be puking their crania out all the way back to Rigel IV.
 
2005-02-25 10:43:41 AM
I saw a UFO. I'm not saying it was from outer space, but it was a huge triangular shaped object that hovered completely silently. Has it been a plane, helecopter, blimp, anything else, I would have heard it. It was the coolest thing I have ever seen.
 
dly
2005-02-25 10:43:43 AM
How would it be if we discovered that aliens only stopped by earth to let their kids take a leak?
 
2005-02-25 10:43:53 AM
Anyone watch that Peter Jennings special on UFO's last night?

Nothing new I haven't seen before.
 
2005-02-25 10:44:15 AM
The American spokesman for a Swiss dude who gets regular visits from aliens. The aliens say we'll be in the midst of WWIII soon. And there is a rest stop just behind Uranus

http://www.theyfly.com
 
dly
2005-02-25 10:46:29 AM
i watched that special,what was more of a mystery was the commercials they were showing in the ny area
 
2005-02-25 10:46:49 AM
Detour: I watched it. I was just impressed that Jennings & Company didn't try to portray the believers as kooks. Otherwise, as you said, "Nothing new."
 
2005-02-25 10:46:51 AM


/unavailable for comment
 
2005-02-25 10:46:54 AM
A night of drinking Coors feels like an anal probe the next morning. Is it made with Mexican water?
 
2005-02-25 10:49:21 AM
Detour:

Anyone watch that Peter Jennings special on UFO's last night?

Nothing new I haven't seen before.



Let me guess - a lot of people who are absolutely convinced that UFOs are aliens from other planets and very little attention paid to alternate theories of any sort?
 
2005-02-25 10:49:38 AM
 
2005-02-25 10:49:57 AM
cry0fan:

ufos are just manifestations of some heretofore unexplained electrical phenomena. Some interaction between weather, the sun, and subterranean fault lines or geological artifacts. See this URL for the best study of the most regular occurence of these phenomena, in Hessdalen, a location in northern Norway:


While I'm not advocating that UFOs are alien spaceships, the cause of these so-called "earth lights" has about as much scientific proof behind it as the extraterrestrial theory of UFOs. Which is to say, very little.

That said, if one accepts the "earth light" theory, it does not explain the sightings of structured craft in daylight hours nor does it explain the sightings of alien beings.

So, to say that the Hessdalen phenomenon explains UFOs is a little lazy. It may explain some night-time sightings, just as observations of Venus, types of swamp gases or aircraft may explain some UFO sightings, but no one explanation can dismiss what people say they see.

All that said, evidence of an alien presence here on earth is also weak, consisting almost entirely of anecdotal evidence.
 
2005-02-25 10:52:44 AM
I read a bunch of ufo stuff in the mid-nineties and there hasn't even been an intriguing allegation of anything new since then.

Please prove me wrong, ufo stories are cool!
 
2005-02-25 10:53:06 AM
"Colorado is a hotbed for UFO sightings,"

Right. Sure.

Wouldn't you think, that considering this is a 'hotbed' of UFO sightings that they'd have more than a bunch of the usual blurry photos? These people are as bad as rabid fundies.
 
2005-02-25 10:54:03 AM
 
2005-02-25 10:55:17 AM
I thought the Peter Jennings special on ABC last night was pretty even-handed. I made the link between sleep paralysis and alien abduction doing my own research about 10 years ago.

Some time in 1995, I woke up paralyzed, and there was a horse in the room with me. My eyes could move, but I couldn't speak or move at all. I would have sworn on the Bible in those few minutes that there was a horse in the room with me. The same thing has happened to me a handful of times in my life... never a horse before... sometimes just a presence, even Frankenstein once when I was a kid.

I had just started working at the Library, so I looked up a book on sleep disorders. There was one paragraph in the entire book on "sleep paralysis" (which they talked about on the ABC special last night). Your body is paralyzed while you're in REM sleep so you don't thrash around. If, for some reason, you wake up during REM, your body hasn't come around yet, and you can literally bring something from your dream into the room with you.

After figuring out that was what I was experiencing, I checked out a book by Budd Hopkins. 90% of his stories could have been sleep paralysis. He's a quack.

Sleep paralysis also explains some demonic possession stories from the Dark Ages, and some peoples' experiences with ghosts. It's terribly frightening while you're experiencing it... my chest was pounding. Now that I understand what it is, I think it's kinda neat.
 
2005-02-25 10:55:41 AM
Anybody else get pink-eye from Scott Baio?
 
2005-02-25 10:56:04 AM
buried_alive
I've seen the same thing, it was really cool, I heard no noises as well.
 
2005-02-25 10:56:34 AM
Magnificent_Bastard: People only think they are seeing aliens, when in fact, they are really seeing evil angelic creatures from ancient times.
 
2005-02-25 10:56:40 AM
Going with Unfreakable on that one.
 
2005-02-25 10:56:51 AM
2005-02-25 08:12:20 AM Unfreakable


Given the choice of drinking Coors or receiving an alien probe from aliens...I choose the probe.

All in all, I'd end up less embarrassed about it.


I'm sending Juan to your house for your probe as we speak. He just arrived in our country yesterday and he's excited about his first job.
 
2005-02-25 10:57:06 AM
Do you know what the real facts are? We haven't got proof they exist, and we haven't got proof they don't exist. Really.

Aside from possible cool stories, or cheap beer insults, that thread is useless.
 
2005-02-25 10:58:36 AM
Ezekial saw the wheel. Saw some weird aliens, too.
 
2005-02-25 11:01:19 AM
Coors and anal probes? That's what I had planned for this weekend. Coincidence?
 
2005-02-25 11:01:32 AM
I, for one, welcome Lrrr of the Planet Omicron Persei 8 as our new uberoverlordian prime.

huh, uberover.....
 
2005-02-25 11:02:42 AM
StrikitRich: Anybody else get pink-eye from Scott Baio?

No, but I've gotten brown eye from aliens.
 
2005-02-25 11:03:37 AM
Coors beer?.

Well, maybe that stuff is their version of water in their planet, and for them water might be acidic. But really, why the anal probing? Is the rectum a wonder for them or what?
 
2005-02-25 11:04:37 AM
Fraggler

Based out of Morrison? No surprise there...

Although in the town's defense they have really cheap gas and a great Italian restaurant


What's the restaurant called?
 
2005-02-25 11:04:54 AM
Everybody knows truckin' Coors beer east of Texas is bootlegin'...this here's Georgia, son
 
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