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posted on Feb, 2 2007 @ 11:12 AM
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Kinda related, kinda not:

Has anyone noticed all these new ready.gov spots on TV?

I first noticed this about a month ago with Bush Sr and Bill Clinton and then more recently with Hillary. Short spots telling us to go there and read up on being prepared for an emergency.

Maybe they want us to be ready for the invasion.




posted on Feb, 2 2007 @ 02:59 PM
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Well - I did actually see a UFO once - daytime - clear day.

I was very matter-of-fact about it.

I would probably just think it was interesting - - and wait to see what came next.



posted on Feb, 2 2007 @ 08:14 PM
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Originally posted by jbondo
Kinda related, kinda not:

Has anyone noticed all these new ready.gov spots on TV?

I first noticed this about a month ago with Bush Sr and Bill Clinton and then more recently with Hillary. Short spots telling us to go there and read up on being prepared for an emergency.

Maybe they want us to be ready for the invasion.


Hehe...yeah, I've seen them too. But how exactly would one prepare for an alien invasion????

Anyone else remember the movie, "V"? Man, if it's like that, I think I'd rather just have them pull an "Independence Day" and get it over with.

Hydden



posted on Feb, 2 2007 @ 09:34 PM
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Yea, that unhinging jaw trick they used to eat rodents was pretty gnarly.

I watched the whole series and really liked it.



posted on Feb, 2 2007 @ 09:42 PM
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Originally posted by jbondo
Yea, that unhinging jaw trick they used to eat rodents was pretty gnarly.

I watched the whole series and really liked it.


Yep. Me too. Kind of hard to believe that the nerdy, weird alien, Willie, was played by Mr. Freddy Kruger himself, Robert Englund.

I had one of those days where I grabbed the DVD and thought it would be fun to see it again....a little nostalgia, ya know? Oh man...I can't believe we sat through that many commercial breaks and bad acting just to get a glimpse of the reptilian skins and gerbil chomping for a few seconds. It wasn't as good the second time around.


Hydden



posted on Feb, 2 2007 @ 11:25 PM
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Very good question. I guess I should go out and get supplies now. (Rice and dried beans would be better than rice and oats Win 52, covers the nutritional bases better) And depending on how the roads were I would either pack up the pets and head for the boonies with my tent or lock the doors and load my gun. I agree that trying to get to the stores on the day after would be pointless. I dont know what would frighten me more, the aliens themselves or the religious fanatics interpreting their landing as Armageddon, either way, I would be armed. (Not that it would help much)
I would definately NOT go to work. Thats one thing that really struck me about 9-11 is how many of those people wanted to leave the building when it first got hit and were told by their bosses to just stay put. I swore on the spot that I would never put work ahead of my own gut instinct.

All of this speculation on my part is probably pointless though, when it happened I have a feeling my decision making may be entirely different, I have noticed that about other significant events that have happened in my life. It never seems to work out that I actually do what I had thought I would. I would have a chat with my divinity, and then I would just do what felt right in the moment if my actions in other crises are any indication to what I would really do.

Thanks for the thread, I enjoyed reading all the other posts.



posted on Feb, 3 2007 @ 12:38 AM
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Knowing my boss, he'd make me work.

Me: "Hey, I think I'm going to stay home with my family today, considering there is an invasion taking place"

Boss: "No you're not. You think just because there is a mass influx of extra terrestials landing in the area, people aren't going to need pens, pencils, PCs, notebook paper, and business cards made? Get in here"

Yeah, I work at Office Depot.

If this happened 6 months ago, I would actually PREFER to go to work to help people out. I was a manager at a grocery store. So I'd be right there, handing out food. By the way, I live in S. Florida. So I know exactly how to handle a mass panic when it comes to food, water, ice, etc.

I worked through FOUR major hurricanes.



posted on Feb, 4 2007 @ 10:03 AM
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Wow...more and more sightings are popping up more frequently.
What's going on?

Check out the latest from over Lake Eerie from Frozenthought.



Hydden



posted on Feb, 4 2007 @ 10:28 AM
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Originally posted by Hydden
Out of curiousity, if there were a mass hovering/landing that happened around the world tomorrow, would you go to work the next day? Church?

What would be the first way this would effect you?

Church, certainly not, I am an atheist.

Work, it depends of some things.
If they had destroyed my work place then I wouldn't go, but in that case I would probably be dead because I live some 50 metres away from my work place.
If they came on a Friday or a Saturday, then I wouldn't go to work the next day, but that is because I do not work on weekends.


As you can see from my answers, I don't think that I would be much affected (why most people say effect when they should say affect?), but I may be completely wrong.

Ask me again when they show up and then I can give you a real answer, if I am still alive.



posted on Feb, 4 2007 @ 12:26 PM
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depends really if the ufos just let thier presence known then yeah i would still go to work. If they came down and the first thing they say is "well do you surrender" then yeah im running for the hills



posted on Feb, 4 2007 @ 01:43 PM
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First I would be like "Yeah in your face, I told you so." to everyone who thinks I'm crazy they exist in the first place, then I would be like "Crap, what now." because the reality of it would be down right terrifying.



posted on Feb, 4 2007 @ 02:18 PM
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Me, I would be glued to the TV while being online to ATS. We would all remember where we were when we heard the news.



posted on Feb, 4 2007 @ 02:48 PM
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I would sit in front of my computer, enter ATS and some other conspiracy forums around the world and see the topics and replies.
Probably later on I would study the spacecraft bahaviour, to see if it's not some sort of military-# event and take the rest of my day off.




posted on Feb, 4 2007 @ 02:55 PM
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walk my dog , well he still needs walking , are the aliens going to do if for me ?



posted on Feb, 4 2007 @ 03:09 PM
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Originally posted by Hydden
Out of curiousity, if there were a mass hovering/landing that happened around the world tomorrow, would you go to work the next day? Church?

Well i don't have a job and certainly don't go to church.

I think i'd make some cookies and get some oranges in a basket and be the first to welcome them to the neighborhood...and ask for a tour of their craft.
I'd hang out with them until they run me off probably.

And I'm not trying to be funny - this IS my serious answer to your interesting question!



posted on Feb, 6 2007 @ 07:17 PM
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Originally posted by DDay
First I would be like "Yeah in your face, I told you so." to everyone who thinks I'm crazy they exist in the first place, then I would be like "Crap, what now." because the reality of it would be down right terrifying.


Agreed! LoL

As I've mentioned elsewhere, one of my favorite scenes ever in a movie is when Randy Quaid's character (Russell Casse) in Independence Day is being made fun of by the hillbillies in the diner - only to have one of the UFO's shadow overtake the place and they realize he was right all along.

Yeah, I'm definately going to be making my "I told you so" phone calls when it happens.

Hydden



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