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originally posted by: makalit
a reply to: tommyjo
last i checked 2 days ago there was only 4 comments
ETA: and the whole week previous to that.. 4 comments
originally posted by: saladfingers123456
So... this one is solved... I mean, it's a perfect match isn't it.
As much fun as it would be to have a proper case on our hands of something more interesting... it is sometimes enough to verify the mundane and learn from it. This is a good case of solved, not "debunked".
It's been fun jostling with y'all again though.
More eyes upward!
originally posted by: markymint
So what about "car advertisment balloon". I saw it yesterday but didn't note where, but somewhere near the NOS center you also have one of these (according to google street view):
According to the Pasadena Star News, several witnesses reported seeing a large, white advertising balloon emblazoned with a corporate logo in the same time and vicinity of the object. Apparently, the logo is of a company called “Brass Knuckles,” which sells marijuana extracts and vaporizing products. It was not clear Sunday night whether the advertising balloon was the same object that triggered Monday’s UFO sighting reports.
originally posted by: charlyv
a reply to: LadyGreenEyes
I used the term relatively motionless. It does not appear to be influenced by the atmosphere like a balloon usually does.
originally posted by: TheOnlyBilko
originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes
a reply to: InterstellarSloth
Yes, simple explanation. It's a balloon.
Note, you can see balloon designs, like a cluster of drawn ones, and what looks like a message across the bottom. I don't know what's mysterious about that. The helicopter is probably a regular thing, and clearly farther away than the "UFO". Either they released the balloon, to make a fake UFO video, or they are somewhat gullible.
So they are gullible because they want to get a closer look at something that is floating in the sky? Makes sense...