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“Almost all people are hypnotics.
The proper authority saw to it that the proper belief should be induced and the people believed properly.”
— Charles Hoy Fort

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Greenwich police respond to 'UFO' sighting

Naturally I missed this event that took place right in my hometown... less than a handful of miles away... typical. But then again, my fate is to miss out on everything life has to offer, so... I guess it's just a status quo situation.

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Greenwich police respond to 'UFO' sighting
By Debra Friedman
STAFF WRITER - Greenwich Time
Posted: 09/28/2009 08:52:45 PM EDT

GREENWICH -- It wasn't a bird, a plane or Superman, but residents of downtown Greenwich thought a myriad of lights in the sky just may have been an unidentified flying object passing overhead Saturday night.

The bright, moving lights in the sky caused several people to call police to report a possible UFO sighting. Some reports indicated there had been 30 to 40 individual lights glowing in the night sky.

The questions prompted police to send two marine officers to investigate the sighting.

However, it didn't take long for police to determine the possible extraterrestrial sighting was actually a bunch of "genuine oriental sky lanterns" being set off at a birthday party taking place on Steamboat Road.

Officer Dennis O'Donnell said it didn't take much work to figure out what was going on.

"We got our binoculars and looked down," said O'Donnell. "We went down and spoke to the homeowner. We didn't want to ruin their fun."

O'Donnell said while the lanterns were legal, the amount of distress caused by the sightings caused them to ask the homeowner to keep the lanterns, which are like mini hot-air balloons, to a minimum.

Lt. Daniel Allen said several calls had been received about the lights.
The bizarre sighting sparked discussion on town blogs where bystanders at the town's teen center had sent in anonymous pictures.

Walter Urda, a town resident, said he saw the lights and while he didn't think it was a UFO, he said it was hard to believe they were lanterns because of how fast they were moving. "These were being propelled," said Urda. "If it was an air current, the balloons would have been very lethargically moving along."

Urda said the "intense" orange lights were traveling in pairs, and sometimes threesomes. Urda estimates he saw 30 to 40 go by.

"They kind of disappeared into the clouds all at the same spot," said Urda. "I was standing there in total amazement."

Urda said he thought the lights may have been the exhaust of fighter jets moving at a slow pace, or perhaps a strange sort of natural phenomenon.

However, police said they were confident the sightings were from the Chinese lanterns. "The wind was due out of the south, which caused them to have some velocity," said O'Donnell. "They are perfectly legal and biodegradable."

Allen said while it is rare to have calls for UFO sightings in town, it does happen.
"Obviously this particular accident was alarming to a number of people so they called to determine exactly what was going on," said Allen.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Vital "Health"care Information - Must See - Soonest

Watch this informative video. It will help you in your decision-making.

Well, for all our sakes, and this means you, it better!

No lies presented herein.

Harrass your local boot-licking lackey, er, I mean, "Representative."


Peace. Out.

[Hat tip to Mick Farren for the lead]

Monday, September 21, 2009

The State of the Peace Process on World Peace Day

I learned that today is, apparently, World Peace Day, so I thought I'd post this picture of life in Gaza for a little kid, who looked at the Nazi-emulating IDF occupation forces the wrong way. Now, I'll bet you, he's off to have some organs removed for the lucrative and illegal market that these occupiers have mastered.

The force, nor the country in general, for that matter, just doesn't seem to think that there's anything even remotely wrong with what is happening to this kid.

Can you say the same? Kid's what, 12?

Such a telling image of the "peace process."

Since they're so itchy to use their nukes against any nation next on their list, I think we ought to give them a nice taste of just what one feels like. A nice big one. These bastards make physically sick to my stomach.

Peace. Out.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

It's Easy to Learn How to Make Solar Panels

Plenty of people have been looking into installing solar panels in an effort to combat rising energy costs. When most of these people see the prices of the professionally installed panels they realize it may not be a luxury they can afford. There is an easier, more cost efficient way to harness power from the sun and that is to learn how to make solar panels for your self.

Any motivated do-it-yourselfer can learn how to make solar panels for their home, workshop or business. When compared to the cost of purchasing and installing a pre-made solar energy system, learning how to make solar panels for your energy needs and the materials you need to execute the project are far less. By learning how to make solar panels for yourself, you have greater control over the size and design of your system as well.

Once you have a quality manual and you have learned how to make solar panels, the supplies are fairly simple to find. Most can be found at your local hardware store like, plywood, sheets of glass, and a roll of copper wire. It is also easy to locate inexpensive solar or photovoltaic cells to use in your project. Many are available over the Internet or you may have a retailer available locally. One you’ve learned how to make solar panels and you have your supplies, it usually takes about a day to assemble a 100-watt panel. This is the perfect amount of electricity to operate small appliances or a small workshop.

The most important step is finding a quality manual with detailed instructions for learning how to make solar panels. In many cases you get what you pay for, so don’t be afraid to spend a few extra dollars on a well-reviewed instruction manual. Overall, the cost of the making your own panels is so low, the price of the how to guide is minimal - you will still be paying way less learning how to make solar panels on your own than purchasing a professionally installed system.

With a little bit effort, you can be on your way to learning how to make solar panels to meet your energy needs. Then sit back and bask in the pride the next time the power goes out on your block. Your lights will still be on because you learned how to make solar panels and your energy supply is still in your battery bank.

Thursday, September 03, 2009

The Obama Deception - Full length version

Excellent, this film is... best pay heed. Trust this swaggering holier-than-thou piece of c**p at your peril. Watch out for the mindless sheep that do just that...