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Originally posted by hoochymama
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
Now you know why Cell Phones are so popular. They can "hone" in on you whenever they want.
"Hello, Verizon. May I help you?"
"Yes, this is Commander Blah bla bla from the CIA?? I need the Phone number of a John Muhamed Vang Herndandez Jackson."
"Let me get my Surpervisor"
"Hello, this is Spencer Smith Surpervisor, how may I help you"
"Yes, this is Commander bla bla bla. I need the Phone number of a John Muhamed Vang Hernandez Jackson. He is a known Cultist with many followers and is known to hide M16's and Rocket Launchers on his Property."
"Sure, hang on a minute, 555-555-5555."
"Yes, is John there??"
"This is him...."
edit on 15-5-2012 by hoochymama because: changed the story a little
Originally posted by 2ndFUTURE
Here is a video of a drone flying over a town in Syria. It isn't very high up and looks about the same as the video in the OP.
So yes, drones fly at all different altitudes.
Originally posted by Idonthaveabeard
Originally posted by zooplancton
man, I really, really hate to say this.
the drone is flying at a perfect speed and in a perfect line. no turbulence, etc. I know it would be hard to see via this camera etc, but something just feels wrong with this. (cgi?)
that's for sharing though. just two tiny copper pennies.
I have to say after watching the video and seeing how interested in it the guy was, why did he not carry on filming it? It flew out of shot and he thought a empty field was more interesting. Im not saying I think its CGI, just that it was a bit strange.
Originally posted by wills120
It's a fake for sure but I absolutely believe they are flying above Chicago as surveillance for the NATO summit.
A couple of things about this fake here: 1) You shouldn't be able to hear these drones even at that altitude and 2) That's not a typical altitude for one - way too easy to shoot down.
Originally posted by ADVISOR
reply to post by hp1229
That would be quite impressive and I'm sure they'll be working on it for the larger ucavs. The advantage of indefinite airtime would mean continuous surveillance .
Originally posted by Alien Abduct
What would be the charge for shooting it down? Is it even illegal? Can someone that knows about the law maybe clarify this?
It seems this would fall under Federal law.
Also, any ideas on how to take one down? Maybe fly a large radio controlled plane into one?
This might catch one.....
ETA: All you gotta do is hit the propeller on the drone.
-Alienedit on 5/16/2012 by Alien Abduct because: (no reason given)
The surveillance also includes the land border between the U.S. and Canada after the border peels away from the St. Lawrence River.
In eastern Canada, the focus of the Predator is the Akwesasne Mohawk Territory, which straddles the St. Lawrence River near Cornwall, Ont., and sprawls across the border of New York state.
Originally posted by doomweaver
So now anything we see flying in the sky that is NOT a #ing airplane is a drone? That's stupid. The ONLY reason that they have even told us about "Drones" all along is so that they could start taking credit for UFOs.
That's not a "drone," it's not man-made...and you would have to be a shill to call it that.