posted on Mar, 8 2008 @ 01:58 PM
I have a definitive way of proving that there are other worldly folks walking among us 24/7. I came upon the solution while trying to find a way to
get some anomalies that are currently chasing me around to get off my back (I mean, really, give the guy a break!).
First a little information on my experiences...
It seems that when I walk past cops, their walky-talkies go crazy with messages like "suspected... use caution" or something like that. After that,
sometimes they come to me and start asking questions, as if I appear suspicious. One time I asked the guy, "Do you work for everybody?" (hey, I had
to ask). He instantaneously replied "I guess you could say that".
This response appeared suspicious.
After a year on the run around Canada, trying to get away from these anomalies chasing me and realizing it was useless, I returned to the U.S. and
went to mom's house (getting across the border is easy with anomalies magically appearing all over the place, I mean, they don't even check your
bags). At mom's house (she thinks these anomaly folks are with her church), after running around fruitlessly for over a year, I sat down in a chair
and accidentally fell asleep. Of course, she didn't like me sleeping in her chair (a nice comfy chair, by the way) and called the cops to kick me out
when I woke up.
So, here prance in the cops (four of them... I mean, keep in mind, there's "aliens" waiting outside), and mom says to get me out of there. So a few
cops walk over and tell me to get up. Hmmm... why don't I ask that question again? So I do.
"Do you work for everybody?"
And here is the response I got:
"I guess you could say that."
A different cop, but the same response. From now on when I ask that same question, I either get that response or some other affirmative answer.
Oh, yeah, and in case you didn't know yet, "everybody" means aliens.
If you don't believe me, ask a cop the same question and see for yourself.
Post the answer here.
Note: be careful trying this, because if you are too persistent, or if they become suspicious, they pull out a cell phone (or a walky-talkie) and call