This stunning fact was brought to my attention today:
For too long we have been told lies. The existence of the supposed European country of Belgium has been taken as gospel for years by members of the Liberati. It has long been held up as a shining example of Liberal philosophies in action. However, now is the time the truth be known. Belgium doesn’t exist…
I ,like you, were shocked to discover this. I can only hope that more people will see through the hoax and right the wrong that is the hoax of Belgium. BTW, don’t miss the shocking truth about the moon (it’s a fake no matter what your eyes tell you) and "Wisconsin: The Innocent State That Isn’t".
Belgium Doesn’t Exist!
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Oh boy… I can hear the UFO people running around making up stuff about this already..
Phoenix residents again lit up police switchboards and news hotlines as bright stationary lights were again visible south of the skies of Phoenix, Arizona on Tuesday night. Many residents of Arizona are particularly diligent sky watchers as the most reported UFO event in history that is commonly known as the ‘Phoenix Lights’ is nearing a ten-year anniversary. On March 13, 1997 several events composed the event known as the ‘Phoenix lights’ with most seeing tapes and photographs of the orbs that were spotted southwest of the Valley of the Sun on news channels and TV specials.
Umm, it’s parachute flares from the military gunnery range south of Phoenix? Just like the ones 10 years ago. But you know, if your a believer of this stuff no amount of proof will sway you opinion. Catalog this under religious faith.
Arizona Ufo: Phoenix Lights Return?
Video from Channel 10 News
Wow… And to think I thought there were just rocks craters and a few crashed lunar probes on the dark side of the moon.
It has long been a theory of some UFOlogists that the far side of the Moon could harbor a base for extraterrestrials. Presuming they come from a distant planet in some other solar system, they must have a base from which they can make their regular visits to the Earth. What better place than the far side of the Moon, which is perpetually hidden from sight?
Of course, i did a little looking around and found other people that think along the same lines.
What’s on the Far Side of the Moon?
Well… this is, er… different…
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This could be one of those rare times that I’m happy not running a Linux box at home, I’d be temped to try this. Then again, if it was good for the Amiga maybe I should have a look at it.
Anyway, I always thought the word ‘Psychotronic’ was used to describe real bad grade Z movies like ‘Plan Nine From Outer Space‘ (still the only film I’ve ever rented and couldn’t finish before I had to turn it in).
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Something what people believe just fascinates me. Take the number 23 for instance. I was looking through that odd source of information, Wikipedia, when I happened across an entry for the number 23. Ok, what could be so strange about 20 + 3? Plenty.
23 (numerology) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia