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Oh. Well the entire article is quite a bit longer than that but again, they are the words of a "believer." This guy:
This whole "second part" for lack of a better term
Yes. I know. That's why it's "unidentified."
The fact that a real "UFO" sighting cannot be explained away or debunked (currently)
If that were the case it wouldn't be a "UFO."
That's quite an assumption on your part, to assume I have never seen something I could not identify.
This is why I am telling you that those who are not witnesses (you) would not (can not) understand the dynamics and essence of a sighting because you are... well... not a witness.
Your general demeanor on the subject IMO suggests you haven't seen one.
Apologies if my assumption is wrong.
Because I look for "mundane" explanations and don't just say "Yup. ET for sure!"
But maybe your assumption is based on my unwillingness to make the leap from unidentified to extraterrestrial.
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Did you read the source link? Maybe not - It was talking about celebreties, not tv shows.
And from the same article:
ALEXANDER THE GREAT
Alexander the Great
Sometime in 322 BC, Alexander the Great's massive army came to a strategic river crossing in eastern Persia. Just as they were about to ford the river, two objects described as silvery shields with fire spitting from their rims appeared in the sky. The UFOs frightened the Macedonian army so badly, many of the soldiers refused to cross the river, temporarily stalling Alexander's attempt to conquer the world.
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There is absolutely no need to take an "alien view" stance on Unidentified Flying Objects.
However, anyone is free to believe in whatever they want to believe in.
I just feel bad for the people that have literally spent their entire lives and all of their money researching the subject, go to commercialized money grab conventions, and isolate themselves from "non-believers."
Each and every one of them will die without ever finding anything circumstantial, much like those that throw themselves into Scientology or Raelianism, hoping they will find a purpose for their existence .
Just one small problem with your assertion…I did come face to face with a gray and I do not need to believe that they are real because I KNOW they are real!
Retired as a supervisor from DHS and spent many years as a search and rescue pilot and highly trained military observer. Believe what you want…I know!