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I'm sorry to be a little self serving right now, but i've said that (about how the child factor might be pulling strings) a few times and got no response at all...
Originally posted by Boockelbee
So you saying that he is all familiar with shields etc etc etc...and not with flying saucers......?
He Never heard of flying saucers while he knows everything about shields appeerantly..
Drag in a kid to your(fake)story and expect everyone to trust you, is that it?????
Originally posted by spliffy
i can understand people getting annoyed with hoaxs but surely there is rules about being rude to people just because "you" have decided it is a hoax and the other people dont
for years i have hoped to see a U.F.O and i would like to tell the world about it but to be honest, i dont know if this would be a place to do it.
and i am sure there is a lot of people who are thinking the same way.
debunking is one thing, rudness is another
Originally posted by Donoso
I read the OP and I am very inclined to post now. After reading the comment with the goofy CGI sarcasm, I had to check the picture for any true faults. I don't have the time to read the rest of the comments, but, this is a hoax. It's an undeniable & terrible hoax. The image has sharp pixels and perfectly square sections. Then there's the whole aspect of, that's not drawn by a kid but by an imitator.
Why would you ever attempt to hoax something like this, especially if you're going to suck so bad at it?
Here's what OP should have done:
1. Find a kid to draw a silly picture of a UFO + Alien.
2. Take a photo of the picture.
3. Scan the drawn picture.
4. Post both pictures + kid's story.
5. Leave out bogus dog story.