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Originally posted by boncho
My Mom's co-worker has a friend that works with a guy who fixes my Dad's Honda, specifically the transmission, well anyway, that guy's brother works at the NSA too, and he confirmed what you're saying.
edit on 31-7-2011 by boncho because: (no reason given)
The NASA announcement created an enormous Internet buzz: The space agency was going to reveal Thursday "an astrobiology finding that will impact the search for evidence of extraterrestrial life.''
But then the announcement came and it was about . . . bacteria right here on Earth.
Originally posted by Common Scarecrow
A very good friend of mine, I have known them since we were kids, works for the NSA.
I was talking to them last night about a lot of the topics covered here on ATS. They said that some information was about to be released that would "shake the world". They couldn't get into specifics for obvious reasons, but they stated that the information was relevant to "gently" informing the public about the official existence of alien life forms and their interaction with people on Earth.
They said that it was coming very soon, within the next month, and would "rattle a lot of cages".
I asked them if I could mention it on here and they did not care because they said that so much of that kind of information that is false is flying around that this will just blend in with the rest of it.
Thought I would mention it anyway.edit on 31-7-2011 by Common Scarecrow because: spelling
Originally posted by Kryties
With that said, while it would be nice if this would happen, methinks this is going the same way as those YouTube clips of weather balloons, or the latest Blossom Goodchild prediction.
In other words, bollocks. I've heard 'wolf' cried too many times now to take any real notice anymore.
Originally posted by curious7
reply to post by Axebo
And I also point you to an earlier post of mine on an earlier page explaining why I don't let the grammar issue of making a friend into a plural shouldn't really matter unless it's somebody picking apart how a person speaks and types for the sake of it, almost like if someone were to hear Guido Fawkes say something that sounded a little odd and then saying "A-ha! That man is a terrorist!" even before the Gunpowder Plot happened.
Ok, so my comparison was weak and stupid, I admit that. Still though, to argue that calling a friend in the plural is the killer evidence that this thread is hokey is just as stupid.
Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People
I wish the 20 people that flagged this would tell us the details about this imminent disclosure...
...I mean those 20 people must have some sort of details that corroborate the OP's 2nd-hand story of imminent disclosure, or else they would not have flagged something that otherwise seems to be unconfirmed. Would they?