posted on May, 12 2009 @ 08:50 AM
I am always wary of videos posted on yourtube by someone who has dozens of blurry ufo videos set to rave music on their page, lol.
How odd that most of us never see a UFO in our entire lives, but then some of us can seemingly video them on demand for thw whole world to see...but
somehow the whole world can never validate, lol. Odd that is.
And there is no way these can be out of focus navigation lights or anything mundane, right?
It is stuff like this, stuff that forces people to abandon objective reason, logic and common sense...that makes this entire subject laughable.
Lets all use that on this one. Lets just say you video UFO's ALL THE TIME. You are obviously on the internet and plugged into the whole UFO subject
(as evident by the youtube page). Who in their right mind wouldn't be eliciting professional opinion by now? I mean, would you now contact some
gracious UFO investigator to come by and video what you are seeing? Sure you would. But the fact they this person is smart enough to post this stuff
online but seemingly not smart enough to pursue validation should TELL YOU SOMETHING.
Drop this youtube superstar like a hot potato. Trust me.
Ha! Just read one of her comments on screwtube...says it is evident that "one of the objects is beginning to wobble", and that she is thinking of
buying a tripod. ROTFLMAO. Seriously? Just now thinking of buying a tripod (which you can get at best buy, one that will suffice, for $24.99). I would
think, as plugged into the community as she is, that she would have already went down the tripod road long ago. Odd, don't you think? Either the
person is intentionally deceiving the community, or is ignorantly confused.
[edit on 12-5-2009 by IgnoreTheFacts]