posted on Jan, 31 2005 @ 09:32 AM
So I'm standing in line to buy some cigs at my local mini-mart, and while I'm waiting I glance down at the magazine rack and start reading the cover
of The National Enquirer. On the cover was the story that's already been discussed here about the UFO that washed up on a beach after the tsunami. Of
course the picture looks incredibly fake, and I start to wonder to myself, what if this and many other stories in these types of magazines are
actually real. Now follow me for a minute. A UFO really does wash up on shore after the tsunami and some are witness to it. The story ends up in The
National Enquirer which automatically, in the eyes of most, makes it a farce. They put a really fake looking picture along side the story, and case
closed, nobody wants to be stupid enough to believe it.
It's genius really.