posted on Jun, 29 2008 @ 08:29 PM
Well said, all of you choosing to click "Reply" and attack the OP, adding NOTHING to the topic deserve to feel ashamed.
On Saturday night just gone I did the same thing - however I just hoped I saw something, while smoking a cigarette, and I'll be damned if I didn't
see a star close to the Plough/Dipper start moving over the sky.
It was about 11.30pm, and I have spotted the ISS numerous times - it was moving faster, and not staying on a straight course at all.
I called my niece out, she was amazed, her sister came out then my gf came out and all of them saw it - and then saw 3 others moving in different
directions again to the first.
So, laugh as much as you want, but remember where you are and realise some people actually experience things like this as we don't spend all our time
on ATS slagging off other members - some of us look at the SKY.