I have a very dear friend who is Hispanic. Her family has been here since the Conquistadors. Because she grew …Read the Rest
The GOP based their economic theory of austerity on the ‘excel error that destroyed the world‘. Once again, Paul Krugman …Read the Rest
This week, The Pink Flamingo and my brother had an off and on again back and forth about the corruption …Read the Rest
This week Planet Earth caught a break, literally. The largest solar prominence in nearly 20 years exploded off the face of the Sun. Capable of massive electrical disruptions with something akin to a EMP, it hit the planet a couple of days ago. Then again, the fireworks in Iceland may be just enough to push the planet into a little ice age.
I guess this is another chapter in Only in New Mexico! Ten years ago or so there were stories about …Read the Rest
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The image was taken on October 24 by a game camera in Minnesota. The guys who took it are “not all that into bigfoot”. The photo has lead The Pink Flamingo to reassess her current theories about bigfoot. I think we are dealing with an invasion of Wookies! Let’s face it, the whole idea of bigfoot, Wookies, and UFOs just makes sense. The Wookies are invading planet Earth on UFOs and pretending to be bigfoots (bigfeet?).
Frankly, I think The Pink Flamingo’s new working theory is just as viable as anything else. I rather like the Wookie angle because it would point to the possibility of Han Solo buzzing around out there. Of course with my luck I’d be abducted by Jobba the Hutt instead of Han Solo.
The Pink Flamingo sent an email to a friend who is into conspiracy theories. I suggested he try and beat this one! It doesn’t get any better than this one. We’re talking Ike, JFK, MM, UFOs, the Military Industrial Complex, and the CIA killing JFK! The only thing not in this one is where Elvis and MJ are now living!
It is a doozy.
Let’s try and get it straight. Marilyn Monroe was murdered because she was going to tell all she knew about JFK – and UFOs!
I told you it was good.
It gets even better. JFK was killed because he was investigating classified UFO files!
You can’t beat this one, I dare you to try!
“…The video goes on to show that there were three critical periods concerning President Kennedy’s efforts to gain access to classified UFO files. The first began in February 1961 with Kennedy’s Executive Order 10920 to place psychological warfare programs under the control of his national security team. Not long after, on June 28, 1961 Kennedy formally requested his Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) Allen Dulles to review the operations of a secretive group called MJ-12 as they related to Cold War psychological warfare plans.
Has Bigfoot turned into an urban scavenger?
The San Antonio Bigfoot story is quite intersting. There are allegedly footprints, handprints, and some say itis a baboon.
From Loren Coleman:
“...Fidel Amaton, who is a technician at the body shop, was the first to see the animal early in October 2009 as he was throwing trash into the bin behind the shop. Amaton said it was early in the morning and he still was rubbing the sleep from his eyes when he was startled by what appeared to be a monkey that jumped out of the bin.
“…Still, the occasional discovery of above-ground alligators in New York — on Staten Island, in Central Park or in Queens — refreshes the story. And of course, there was that one case in 1935. Salvatore Condoluci, the teenager who roped that alligator, is now 92. Though he has forgotten some of the details, he still remembers hearing the thrashing in the icy water beneath the manhole, first seeing the creature’s head, and using a rope to lasso and haul it to the surface…”
Loren Coleman brings news that the New York Times has managed to track down the person who told the story in 1932 about a 7 foot long alligator in the New York sewer.
“…These stories were backed by scattered reports, mostly very old, of alligators living in sewer systems that appeared in papers around the country, including Atlanta, Dallas and Newark. The most widely cited of these was an article in The Times on Feb. 10, 1935, headlined “Alligator Found in Uptown Sewer.”