posted on Jul, 13 2008 @ 08:31 PM
I'm quite fond of Rattlesnake, Alligator and other snakes I've tasted. If these Reptilians taste similar, I'd have to consider giving it a try if
it ever came to that.
I saw a movie a few days ago that mentioned a Turducken. A duck, inside a chicken, inside a turkey. Perhaps a GreyRepDic? A Grey inside a Reptilian
inside a Nordic?
To prove that there is indeed nothing that can't be found on the Internet; here is an Alien eaten by a Duck -
Source of photo.
If a duck finds Aliens tasty, who am I to judge or second guess them?
Another important consideration would be how best to deal with this new food source on a commercial level. Can Grey's be kept in a herd in an
enclosure for instance? Or, do they need special considerations like climate control or an altered atmosphere? The Reptilians however seem to be at
home in our climate so they might be a better choice. Perhaps they could be kept in existing cattle enclosures?
We also have the issue of having to feed the food. If Reptilians eat us for food, how would we go about feeding them to fatten them up for us to eat?
Feed them our dead? Maybe medical waste from our hospitals. That could be a good recycling program if things get really bad?