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Fran Drescher told the Huffington Post that she and her ex-husband Peter Marc Jacobson were abducted by aliens and that the two have similar scars where the aliens placed chips.
"You know, it's funny because Peter and I both saw [aliens] before we knew each other, doing the same thing, driving on the road with our dads," Drescher reportedly seriously told The huffington Post. "We were both in junior high. A few years later, we met, and we realized that we had the same experience. I think that somehow we were programmed to meet. We both have this scar. It's the exact same scar on the exact same spot."
Jacobson is a little more skeptical about the incident and wasn't so sold on an extraterrestrial past. In fact, Jacobson said his ex-wife got the small scar on her hand from a drill bit or burning herself holding a hot cup of water.
But Drescher, 53, disputes that.
"I said to him, that's what the aliens programmed us to think," she said. "But really, that's where the chip is."
Originally posted by errihu
reply to post by Highergrounds
Too bad we can't implant buttons on males like "don't rape", "don't murder", and "quit trying to control everything around you". And maybe even a setting like "the world doesn't revolve around you and women are sentient beings too".
... NAW, it would never work.
A woman was made from a mans rib,so take ur klonapen.xanax.and harmone pills and stay away from me and ur breast implants!!
A traumatic experience years ago (in this case armed robbery and rape) doesn't mean that this is a product of her imagination. I think it's an incredibly dismissive thing to point at an abductee's traumatic experiences as 'proof' somehow that she or he is believing in delusions. Every human life is touched by trauma to some degree or another, and that doesn't mean that things we experience are merely products of our imagination.
"How about a home made porn movie? Nah, that's like sooooooo 20th Century."