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(07-28-2020, 07:51 PM)Arkan_Ted Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-28-2020, 03:28 PM)Deplorably-Nameless Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-28-2020, 02:11 PM)Arkan_Ted Wrote: [ -> ]I saw an alien at HEB today. No way it could have been human. Must have flown in from Portland. Chuckle

I know you're kidding, Ted...but it is interesting that you said HEB.

My daughter just told me the strangest story.  She was at HEB this weekend and two people (male and female) ran up to her asking where the 'drinkable probiotics' were.

My daughter asked me, "Mom, they didn't look you remember that alien in the movie Men in Black that puts on that farmers skin like a suit and it just hangs off him?"

I said, "Yeah".

She said, "Well that is exactly how these two looked. Like their skin was too big for their muscles underneath.  It just kind of looked like they were wearing the skin and they looked pale and sweaty, just plain gross." 

She then said that she pointed towards the dairy aisle that was across the way and watched as these two people ran over there, grabbed the Yakult probiotic yogurt drinks and began drinking them...they were slamming them down as if their lives depended on them and tossing the empty bottles on the floor.  That was when an employee, who happened to be in the dairy aisle, asked them to kindly pick up the empties and go pay for what they had ingested. 

She said the two people looked confused, like they had no idea how any of this worked or that they had to pay for the drinks.

She was shook up about this...and it has been bothering her ever since.  I don't know what to even say other than, I believe her, because she is my logical conservative daughter who isn't one to tell tall tales.

So...I don't suit wearing weirdos slamming probiotics.  1dunno1

For anyone who doesn't know what HEB is, it is a Texas based grocery store. I'm
Wow, hturn udeck of a story. Yes and HEB is the best in the nation.
someWow. I was muncking around. HEB is all that and bag of chips. Alethea is home. If I see her beautiful black ass  step out of the shower, I'm going to beat the chit out . You Women Turn Us.
Two points that I'll present later: JFK meets the Time Travelers I ride with.

Why Expecting them to make themselves known on a Global Scale, is unrealistic.
This one's good:
(09-15-2020, 09:06 AM)Hero Protagonist Wrote: [ -> ]This one's good:
Though I admit, this is good. I would like to see the other videos taken from the bystanders. Someone has to have closer footage.
(09-15-2020, 09:12 AM)Nightstalker2.0 Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-15-2020, 09:06 AM)Hero Protagonist Wrote: [ -> ]This one's good:
Though I admit, this is good. I would like to see the other videos taken from the bystanders. Someone has to have closer footage.
A lot of people are saying it's a blimp. Probably...
The Bunker Magnates Hate to Say They Told You So

Our paranoid moment has ushered in a run on supplements, survivalist gear, and all manner of prepper accommodations. Welcome to the age of conspiracy capitalism.

When we spoke, that fear had driven him to pack up the family home in New Carlisle, Indiana, and get ready to caravan to South Dakota with his wife and school-age daughters, where they would live in a remote bunker that once stored sarin gas. It would be windowless and airless, but to him, it brought a sense of breathing room. Of peace.

Other folks have had the same idea this year: The American bunker business is booming, according to the handful of companies that compose it. Vivos, from which Michael bought his bunker, reports that inquiries have gone up 2,000 percent. “It’s exponential. It’s a surge. People are getting off the fence. And they’re saying, I need it, and I need it now,” Robert Vicino, the company’s founder, told me. At the Rising S Company, a maker of bunkers and other heavy-industry survival gear, sales have more than doubled. One client purchased 1,000 high-quality air filters. “It’s by far, by 20 times, the largest order we’ve ever taken of that product,” Gary Lynch, the company’s general manager, told me.

For the average family, the industry insists, a bunker is not an excess, a luxury. It is a necessity. A utility. A fire extinguisher. A smoke alarm. An insurance policy. A safety valve. Sad maybe, but this world requires it. “If you don’t believe today, that’s fine,” Vicino told me in April. “But you’ll all believe. And when you do, it will be too late to find accommodation. How are we doing on those face masks?”

Beyond the pandemic, economic collapse, and civil unrest, Vivos proffers a sprawling list of situations in which a bunker might be useful: solar flares, super volcanoes, “killer asteroids,” civil wars. Some scenarios are yet more esoteric. A bunker might be useful in case a “Planet X” shows up—an eventuality also known as the Nibiru Cataclysm, a conspiracy theory that goes back to the 1990s, promoted by a medium who received messages from aliens from the Zeta Reticuli star system.

But who needs to worry about the lost planet of Nibiru when what is going on right now is going on right now? “I’m not saying this is what happened,” Vicino told me, spooling out a hypothetical that he started thinking about this winter. “Start a pandemic. Hide the antidote. Allow it to get out of control. Quarantine countries. Stop international trade. Create a global economic collapse. Usher in a worldwide depression. Allow food riots and starvation. Watch the population kill itself off. Allow governments to collapse. The final thing is: Restore what’s needed once the population is reduced by 95 percent.” He paused for effect. “Now, that’s scary. That’s a conspiracy!”

Maybe the coronavirus is indeed a Thanos-like attempt at population control. Maybe a human did start the pandemic, not a wild bat or a caged pangolin. Maybe the aliens are already here. Whatever miserable or out-there eventuality you believe in or fear or want to avoid, whatever conspiracy or cataclysm haunts you, the American bunker business is here for you, ready to withstand nuclear fallout and electromagnetic pulses and grenade blasts and crop-killing pests and people who cough into their hand instead of their elbow.

Walk out

Day or night

As you're now outside

How much of time are looking up?

I'm out a lot

Stuff in sky is hard to miss

If i watch enough

Now, how much time
the average person is inside
watching TV?

Point: the moment to see

Last me 24/7

And so

I see the Craft a lot.


No TV  Jptdknpa
(07-22-2020, 10:51 PM)Angry_Red_Man Wrote: [ -> ]

Walter Bosley has some good info on breakaway civilizations.

Richard Dolan is the other I'd suggest looking up for more info.



This is the ABSOLUTE BEST THREAD on this subject.. simply amazing..

Start here..

I haven’t gone thru all of the posts in this thread so I don’t know if this video has been presented. I found it very interesting even though it’s an older video.
This is the shit. 
I don't trust that guy in so far as I trust ASIO. 

Ah!!!... The workings I creamed.

To inflict a horizontal force into a linear projection. I creamed my pants Frodo.

So spinning 2 vTs mercury opposite. I got laughed at for saying such. Fuck you's.
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