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Originally posted by h3akalee
I personaly dont think the two videos look anything like each other. But then again i respect your personal opinion so i will leave it at that.
Originally posted by commodore64
Is this good acting? Cmon Even my 10 years old brother can act better. Would you think to play with your hair in the moment you see something like this? Additionaly, the cameraman might have hands from steel, that never move. Ok, maybe it was a stable camera, but still the acting is horrible.
[edit on 4-3-2008 by commodore64]
Ufos were sighted on 30 July, 2007 in the Ceashlau Massif near Durau in western Moldavia in Romania. The ufo seemed like a fireball except that it had a groove running down the center on the underside .It was seen hovering over a mountain then descending slowly behind the mountain. Under high magnification it seemed to be glowing and was the color of white hot metal, but it didn't look like a fireball anymore. A similar ufo, or even the same one, was seen over Poland a few months before.
Nowadays, Moldovans can receive and watch for free nine TV stations – Moldova 1 (former TVM, Moldovan), ORT (Russian, with a Moldovan branch), RTR (Russian), Muz TV (Russian), TVR 1 (Romanian), PRO TV (Romanian, with a Moldovan branch), NIT (Moldovan station, re-broadcasting Russian TVC), EURO TV (Moldovan) and TV5 (French). Three of them – PRO TV, NIT and Euro TV cover only the central part of the country. TV5 has the smallest audience among all TV stations broadcasting in Moldova, as very few people speak French.
Chisinau, 26 October: Sheriff, the largest cable TV operator in Moldova’s breakaway Dniester region, will rebroadcast the Moldovan [pro-government private] NIT TV channel starting from 1 November 2007.
Originally posted by Arthx
On the voices topic...I dont actually know what to think...the ufologist did sound cheesy'ish, but heck, most ufologists that i see on news sound like that...
Also, most russian speaking people i know, if they would be put in that reporters place, would say a lot more than "woooow/whoaaah" and "daaamn, what is that" Heck, even my mother when seeing what she thought was a ufo (it was just weird lighting thing in the sky, no ET craft or anything) did sound more shocked. The reporter woman could have at least backed up a bit or something...but who knows, im bad at judging reactions of people