I would have phoned everyone I know to say: Look at the friggin' TV! There is a *&^(^ Spaceship hanging in the (&*^%^% sky and I knew it was )*&&&0
comin'!!! I would then thank my lucky stars that I wasn't even near Alabama.
If a big ole spaceship showed up FOR REAL, I'd most likely would have first checked my pill box to make sure I took the right friggin' meds today,
once I assured myself I was good in that respect I would have grabbed the first person I found pointed upward and said "DO you see that?? do you???
do you see it??" Just to be sure I wasn't hallucenating. Once I was sure that others saw it too I'd probably turn on the news, call family/friends
and basically just sit there wondering WTF!!!!
Whatever the news said to do... I would do the exact opposite .. in otherwords if the news channels said "Stay in your homes, don't leave the
vicinity they are friendly" I'd load my van up and get the #$&^% outta dodge!!! seriously!
Probably would have had a nice grin. Turned on the news to see what they had to say, and spend time with my loved ones and say wow this is pretty
cool. This is history in the making, great. Would be a really cool thing.
First I would probably be paralyzed with awe. My wife and I already have our go bags, so we would ditch the city and hide out in the boondocks waiting
to see some intentions. I would not be hiding from the UFOs, per se', but from the mass of people that would probably hit the panic button and go
total ape S#!t.
When the chaos clears, we would probably do some ATS searching to see what the real situation is.
I'm sorry about your Grandmother, NV. 91 is a ripe old age, isn't it
I would've called my darlin' to come home from work, and I'd have taken some stellar high mb photos, and then switched to our dinosaur cam for some
rolling video. We'd have tried to assure the locals (whom I'm 99% sure had no idea of the story) that it was something wonderous, and tried to
instill the idea that .... it's too big and powerful to do anything about it, so might as well try to learn from the situation and try to not freak
out and end up injuring each other. A few phone calls -- if phone service remained up -- to friends and relatives to share in the view.
Then, I think, some homemade wine sipped by the beach, while watching to see what happens.
if the ship did come, first i would soil myself...
I would probably have an axiety attack... then once i got over that I would probably watch tv and text everyone I know and check the website I rely on
most for breaking news that I give a hoot about, ATS
i would still go to work.
and i would pray before they left that they take me with them!
I would have grabbed my Katana, grabbed my dagger, grabbed my family, and run over to the local marina, hijack a boat, and take it way up north where
I would then hit an unpopulated beach. I'd then set up camp and wait for the oncoming chaos to blow over, praying to God that the aliens are
friendly, and that friends and family wouldn't die.
I would have fired up the computer. Fire up the TV tuner card that I've got connected to Cable and watched enough TV to show that it was real as I
simultaneously scanned this site. I would know better than to post (Unless the UFO was overhead) in which case I'd call my friends and arrange a
meeting place several miles away. You see I live on a Army base which could be both a blessing and a curse. If it was overhead then I'd get out of
the area since I'm very sure things would get very hot indeed. If it was several miles away ( or states for that matter) then I'd sit tight for a
little while and get my friends to come join me and THEN we'd get the heck out of dodge for a while until things cooled off. All the while trying to
monitor the situation.
my first reaction would be a genuine "YES!".
then i'd turn on the dvr and record the news, and also set up my video camera to also record the news in fear that the media would quickly change
their report from alien to military craft.
IF i was at work, i would have left immediately to TRY to get home safely.
(this also opens a whole other conversation)
knowing that cellular networks would be down, i'd try calling relatives, and watch the tele as much as possible.
if the craft was anywhere in MY vicinity, i would record every minute i could till i wore out my batteries.
i would have a smile on my face for the next 200 hours, then pass out from exhaustion and loss of sleep.
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