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2012-05-24 04:43:07 PM
 
2012-05-24 04:43:59 PM
The "Men in Black" do exist, but nothing like the movies.
I and several co-workers once had a meeting with a pair of Men in Black.
That's as much as I'm willing to say as I don't really care to meet them again.

Check around and you'll see what I'm getting at, many have had experience with them.

Oh, they didn't have anything to do with aliens at all in my meeting.
 
2012-05-24 04:47:45 PM
This stuff is great.

Entertaining
 
2012-05-24 04:48:12 PM
I don't get all the cynicism here, the Men in Black are real, as are aliens. I get anal probed about once a month by them, and at eighty bucks a time it's getting expensive. Also they never call afterwards.
 
2012-05-24 04:49:31 PM
oi46.tinypic.com

I'm sure with a little judicious editing, The Right Stuff could be recut as a sinister MIB movie.
 
2012-05-24 04:49:48 PM

Apos: That reminds me: I have to watch the Observer-centric episode from the just concluded Fringe season.


The one set in the future? Walter, like always, has some awesome lines in that one.
 
2012-05-24 04:51:04 PM
Uranus.
 
2012-05-24 04:51:08 PM

toraque: I don't get all the cynicism here, the Men in Black are real, as are aliens. I get anal probed about once a month by them, and at eighty bucks a time it's getting expensive. Also they never call afterwards.


If you want them to call, stop paying them.
 
2012-05-24 04:51:40 PM
I hear the music, daylight disc
Three men in black said, "Don't report this"
"Ascension," and that's all they said
Sickness now, the hour's dread
 
2012-05-24 04:58:27 PM

thisispete: [oi46.tinypic.com image 554x300]

I'm sure with a little judicious editing, The Right Stuff could be recut as a sinister MIB movie.


It is a MIB movie, you just don't remember it. Make sure it stays that way.
 
2012-05-24 04:58:34 PM

meanmutton: MrBallou: MIB have been mainstream in the Alien Abductee mythology for decades. As a fan of conspiracy/paranormal rantings, I knew instantly what the first MIB movie was based on. I'm amazed that there are people who didn't.

Does this mean I spend too much time in the dark, crazy corners of the internet (not counting FARK)?

No, it means that this is an article from HuffPo.


Even if you think they have a political mission you don't really think Huff is in the habit of making shiat up do you? I don't, which is why I think this is a very strange article.
 
2012-05-24 04:59:41 PM

poonesfarm: Much creepier part of UFO mythology than the MIB.


The box. You opened it. They came.
 
2012-05-24 04:59:59 PM
Then against my better judgement I went walking out that door
I smiled at one person then I nodded to three more
One man asked me for a dollar, I asked him, "What's it for?"
He said, "I have seen them" I said, "OK, it's yours"
And as featured on the MTV
The local highschool lets out and the town becomes anarchy
Parties are crashed, skid marks are measured
The story's in the paper, you may read it at your leisure

Get out! Eject! Escape from the prison planet!
Get out! Eject! Escape from the prison planet!

And to the tune of a billion dollars I supplied to the D.O.E.
Some tasty little nuggets of alien technology
And as one might expect I've been harassed for years
The 'Men in Black' have been bending my ear
As a matter of fact they were just here today but I escaped them through a secret passageway
Once I lived there for one thousand days

Get out! Eject! Escape from the prison planet!
Get out! Eject! Escape from the prison planet!

I have plans for the future, guess they're futuristic plans
Move out West and buy some desert lands
Or maybe up North, just past Alaska
You know nothing of this if they ask you
Red rover, red rover, Bob Lazar's coming over
So honey, clear the airstrip and light up that stove
By Jove, I think it's started, oh yeah
Escape from the prison planet

Billion people harvest on Mars
Rebuild the remnants of the obelisk one mile from the pyramid
Escape from the planet of the apes
Go forth ad infinitum
Return the relics to the Elephant and Atlantis rises

Get out! Eject! Escape from the prison planet!
Ejector seat ignite, oh yeah

Billion people harvest on Mars
Rebuild the remnants of the obelisk one mile from the pyramid
Escape from the planet of the apes
Go forth ad infinitum
Return the relics to the Elephant and Atlantis rises
 
2012-05-24 05:00:11 PM

Vantango84: Well, that was the most pointless thing I stopped reading reading after three sentences so far today.


Did you lose some time there, or was it the coffee?
 
2012-05-24 05:08:06 PM

Lone Stranger: Uranus.


You Autonoe, and it's not just Herse; Helike Uranus to the Kore.
 
2012-05-24 05:08:57 PM

Crotchrocket Slim: Apos: That reminds me: I have to watch the Observer-centric episode from the just concluded Fringe season.

The one set in the future? Walter, like always, has some awesome lines in that one.


The very one. I'm about to watch it right now,in fact....
 
2012-05-24 05:09:36 PM

washington-babylon: Vantango84: Well, that was the most pointless thing I stopped reading reading after three sentences so far today.

Did you lose some time there, or was it the coffee?


Glitch in the matrix.
 
2012-05-24 05:09:42 PM
Akroyd's clip will stimulate a Poe's Law response.
 
2012-05-24 05:10:16 PM
i130.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-24 05:11:49 PM
TFA fails for not discussing The Mothman Prophecies, a "true" story that took place in 1966 (West Virginia, go figure) in which the Men in Black are specifically referenced by name. And while they didn't have a flashy thing exactly, there were some memory issues and strange time gaps.
 
2012-05-24 05:12:05 PM
If their mission is to get people to shut up, then These MiB's are as useless as the Bill Clintons agent who was told 'make sure that dress gets to a dry cleaners'
 
2012-05-24 05:12:38 PM

SithLord: poonesfarm: Much creepier part of UFO mythology than the MIB.

The box. You opened it. They came.


No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.
 
2012-05-24 05:17:21 PM
i108.photobucket.com
They're just trying to get the band back together.
 
2012-05-24 05:21:41 PM

coroner74: [redriverpak.files.wordpress.com image 640x640]


That explains the car's powers.
 
2012-05-24 05:22:06 PM

simplicimus: RexTalionis: It's like people forgot about the X-Files or Dark Skies or any of the hundreds of books about MIBs.

The X-Files with the Alex Trebec cameo is one of my favorites.


Love that episode, too, and easily my favorite. BTW, the author is played by Charles Nelson Riley.
 
2012-05-24 05:26:24 PM

poonesfarm: SithLord: poonesfarm: Much creepier part of UFO mythology than the MIB.

The box. You opened it. They came.

No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.


We have such sights to show you!

They're not MIBs, they're Cenobites!
 
2012-05-24 05:27:08 PM

simplicimus: RexTalionis: It's like people forgot about the X-Files or Dark Skies or any of the hundreds of books about MIBs.

The X-Files with the Alex Trebec cameo is one of my favorites.


4.bp.blogspot.com

Don't forget The Body.
 
2012-05-24 05:31:21 PM
One of the investigators involved with Harold Dahl's encounter was Kenneth Arnold...a full month before his famous 'Flying saucer' sighting. Another funny thing was that the two Air Force (army, at that time) personel, who was transporting evidence from this, crash-landed in Northern California. Harold was reportedly selling slag from the local smelter in Tacoma as UFO stuff two weeks later. At least, That's what TNT printed.

/Gig Harbor? South Tacoma (specifically Roy) is the center of weird in the Pac Norwest
//FBI reading room details it
 
2012-05-24 05:33:11 PM
As much as i want to believe this reminds of how fake articles were created out of Nome, Alaska to try and hype The Fourth Kind before it came out. Later the movie studio admitted they were fake articles, this is prolly just the same here, trying to get more attention on MIB3 before it comes out
 
2012-05-24 05:33:29 PM
Mi-Go
 
2012-05-24 05:33:51 PM

furterfan: If their mission is to get people to shut up, then These MiB's are as useless as the Bill Clintons agent who was told 'make sure that dress gets to a dry cleaners'


It's a lot of trouble to make people shut up in the US. It's easier to just threaten them or destroy their reputations. Most of it is just theater. They are trying to find out if people saw anything classified. You never hear from people that see something important.
 
2012-05-24 05:34:43 PM

washington-babylon: Vantango84: Well, that was the most pointless thing I stopped reading reading after three sentences so far today.

Did you lose some time there, or was it the coffee?


neuralizer... he saw too much.
 
2012-05-24 05:40:04 PM

Coelacanth: Mi-Go


They've never had any street cred since Yuggoth lost its status as a planet.
 
2012-05-24 05:43:14 PM

patrick767: Rev. Skarekroe
Yeah, and as someone who knew who the MIB were ages before the movie came out there's a little part of me that wants to believe these films are propaganda to get the public to accept the real MIB who, despite their depictions, do NOT have the best interests of earth and humanity in mind.

Is it the same little part of you that actually believes there are "real MIB" going around trying to keep people from talking about UFOs?


Read about the Kecksburg incident where a local radio reporter was visited by MIBs.There are station employees who went on the record regarding the MIB visit and how they confiscated audio tapes and photos of the crashed "object." The guy's wife said that the documentary he was working on at the time was not the one that aired. It was "watered down" with no mention of the object.

The first claim was that it was a meteorite, then a Russian satellite, a story that has various official contradictions.

Even if was that or some secret US project, you would think after almost 50 years it would okay to come clean about it.
 
2012-05-24 05:46:41 PM

ROBOTwHUM4NHAIR: As much as i want to believe this reminds of how fake articles were created out of Nome, Alaska to try and hype The Fourth Kind before it came out. Later the movie studio admitted they were fake articles, this is prolly just the same here, trying to get more attention on MIB3 before it comes out


Except that these stories have been around since the1950's and even earlier. Long before the movies.The rehash is marketing, but the stories themselves aren't.
 
2012-05-24 05:48:10 PM

theMightyRegeya: simplicimus: RexTalionis: It's like people forgot about the X-Files or Dark Skies or any of the hundreds of books about MIBs.

The X-Files with the Alex Trebec cameo is one of my favorites.

Love that episode, too, and easily my favorite. BTW, the author is played by Charles Nelson Riley.


Who? Lord Kinbote?

/thisisnothappeningthisisnothappening
 
2012-05-24 05:51:14 PM

namegoeshere: ROBOTwHUM4NHAIR: As much as i want to believe this reminds of how fake articles were created out of Nome, Alaska to try and hype The Fourth Kind before it came out. Later the movie studio admitted they were fake articles, this is prolly just the same here, trying to get more attention on MIB3 before it comes out

Except that these stories have been around since the1950's and even earlier. Long before the movies.The rehash is marketing, but the stories themselves aren't.


I was certainly reading about them in the 70's, and I don't think they were recent accounts.
 
2012-05-24 05:51:33 PM
So secret, they've made 3 movies about it. Called 'Men In Black.' Just like the UFOs themselves are still elusive - even with millions of camera phones out there. Let's face it, it's bunk.
 
2012-05-24 05:54:26 PM
It's great that farkers are posting jokes and scoffing at the existence of MIBs.

Nice to see that COINTELPRO and other government agents of disinformation are still quite active.
 
2012-05-24 05:56:08 PM

MrBallou: MIB have been mainstream in the Alien Abductee mythology for decades. As a fan of conspiracy/paranormal rantings, I knew instantly what the first MIB movie was based on. I'm amazed that there are people who didn't.

Does this mean I spend too much time in the dark, crazy corners of the internet (not counting FARK)?


Yes it does.

Taking alien & MIB mythology seriously is for lunatics.
 
2012-05-24 05:56:16 PM

kim jong-un: washington-babylon: Vantango84: Well, that was the most pointless thing I stopped reading reading after three sentences so far today.

Did you lose some time there, or was it the coffee?

Glitch in the matrix.


But that only happens when they change something.... WHAT DID THEY CHANGE?!?!?
 
2012-05-24 06:01:39 PM

squidgod2000: kim jong-un: washington-babylon: Vantango84: Well, that was the most pointless thing I stopped reading reading after three sentences so far today.

Did you lose some time there, or was it the coffee?

Glitch in the matrix.

But that only happens when they change something.... WHAT DID THEY CHANGE?!?!?


We've secretly replaced the fine coffee he normally drinks with Taster's Choice.
 
2012-05-24 06:03:45 PM

Happy Hours: MrBallou: MIB have been mainstream in the Alien Abductee mythology for decades. As a fan of conspiracy/paranormal rantings, I knew instantly what the first MIB movie was based on. I'm amazed that there are people who didn't.

Does this mean I spend too much time in the dark, crazy corners of the internet (not counting FARK)?

Yes it does.

Taking alien & MIB mythology seriously is for lunatics.


Maybe MIB mythology, but idk about aliens. We have more proof of aliens than we do of Jesus Christ. So if believing in aliens is for lunatics then people that believe in the Bible must be completely insane nutjobs
 
2012-05-24 06:08:39 PM
Any remotely inhabitable planet is many years away at light speed. And light speed is impossible. So either these aliens live millions of years, or fark and breed on their ships over generations, and don't eat, since a ship could never carry that much food, or, more likely, aliens have not visited earth.
 
2012-05-24 06:10:46 PM
4.bp.blogspot.com

But for the record, aliens may have cracked the food problem for the return trip.
 
2012-05-24 06:12:10 PM

StanTheMan: Any remotely inhabitable planet is many years away at light speed. And light speed is impossible. So either these aliens live millions of years, or fark and breed on their ships over generations, and don't eat, since a ship could never carry that much food, or, more likely, aliens have not visited earth.


They could eat recycled food, it's good for the environment and ok for you.
 
2012-05-24 06:13:08 PM

tinyarena: So secret, they've made 3 movies about it. Called 'Men In Black.' Just like the UFOs themselves are still elusive - even with millions of camera phones out there. Let's face it, it's bunk.


My word, that was disingenuous.

/or possibly just stupid.
 
2012-05-24 06:32:20 PM

poonesfarm: Much creepier part of UFO mythology than the MIB.


That was pretty freaky. As real as bigfoot but freaky nonetheless, reminded of Randolf Flagg in the Stand book
 
2012-05-24 06:48:53 PM
Real MIBs use Scopolamine...
 
2012-05-24 06:50:31 PM
I remember watching some sort of UFO documentary when I was a kid and one of the wackjobs experts being interviewed said something along the lines of "some day we'll all have cameras and we'll get good solid proof."

Hasn't exactly panned out has it?
 
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