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Originally posted by kerazeesicko
Another point about abductions...they alll seem to be reciting a script. All thier stories will have elements they say word for word....I ain't lying...read a lot of them and see this. They will of course change the stories a bit to make it their own....but they is no denying the fact thier stories pretty will contain...lines or paragraphs word for word of other abductees.
It all boils down to fear, and turning it into comedy, so that you can laugh instead of cry—which is how Colbert describes the lesson of the Sermon on the Mount:
Not living in fear is a great gift, because certainly these days we do it so much. And do you know what I like about comedy? You can’t laugh and be afraid at the same time—of anything. If you’re laughing, I defy you to be afraid.
Originally posted by toreishi
we laugh and consider UFOlogy a joke... only it isn't.
"The phenomenon of UFOs does exist, and it must be treated seriously."
Premiere of the Soviet Union.
Interview as reported in 'Soviet Youth',May 4th,1990.
The Lakenheath Incident (1956)
The Coyne Incident
The Tehran Incident
The RB-47 Incident
The Portage County Incident
The Alaska Flight 1628 Incident
The Exeter Puzzle Incident
The Colares Incident
The Washington Merry go round
The Chiles-Whitted Incident
The Redmond Oregon Incident
The Gosford Incident
The Westhall UFO Incident
The Bariloche UFO Incident
The B-29 UFO Encounter (1952)
The Ellsworth AFB Incident (1953)
The Bethune case (1951)
The West Lothian Incident (1979)