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dark star
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#121 | Posted: 21 Jun 2009 17:13
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Now you know why i left england, only Newcastle could possibly beat it for loonies!![bad joke]
monkeyboy
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#122 | Posted: 21 Jun 2009 17:26
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yep i think all the loonies lived here then spread throughout the land infecting others with all kinds of crazy i have heard reports from yokals that they even once travelled asfar as essex then across the sea to france taking with them their mumbo jumbo but these are only local myths and not to be believed. Have you heard of any such stories DS :)
telecaster
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#123 | Posted: 21 Jun 2009 18:13
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Has anyone seen the latest sighting from Amsterdam by
3 so called independant witness`s ? Looks like photoshop
to me !
But the one in Istanbul looks genuine, even though it was
filmed outside a UFO conference.
Don`t know how to do the links, I`m too busy with my plan.
T.
monkeyboy
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#124 | Posted: 21 Jun 2009 18:45
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telecaster:
Don`t know how to do the links, I`m too busy with my plan.
T.

maybe this will help T.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c66pvfilotA
CTRILEY
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#125 | Posted: 21 Jun 2009 19:16 | Edited by: CTRILEY
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dark star:
Now you know why i left england, only Newcastle could possibly beat it for loonies!![bad joke]

Want insanity place a Newcastle fan next to a Sunderland fan. Mention football, then stand back.
monkeyboy
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#126 | Posted: 21 Jun 2009 19:32
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an anagram of sunderland fan is Anal Nerds Fund.
dark star
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#127 | Posted: 21 Jun 2009 19:57
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monkeyboy:
yep i think all the loonies lived here then spread throughout the land infecting others with all kinds of crazy i have heard reports from yokals that they even once travelled asfar as essex then across the sea to france taking with them their mumbo jumbo but these are only local myths and not to be believed. Have you heard of any such stories DS :)

No, not me,aint seen anyone like that round here.I know its a bit of a saw point but i do hope that Mr Shearer get you lot back next season,we,re missing you already!
monkeyboy
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#128 | Posted: 21 Jun 2009 20:03
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dark star:
No, not me,aint seen anyone like that round here.I know its a bit of a saw point but i do hope that Mr Shearer get you lot back next season,we,re missing you already!

same here mate but i`m not sure it will be big Al or even next season unless we get rid of the cockney mafia aka mike ashley & Co :(
telecaster
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#129 | Posted: 21 Jun 2009 20:10
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Where`s that youtube clip of the ufo with Alan Shearer on board ?
Must`ve been deleted due to lack of interest !
T.
monkeyboy
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#130 | Posted: 21 Jun 2009 20:21
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telecaster:
Where`s that youtube clip of the ufo with Alan Shearer on board ?
Must`ve been deleted due to lack of interest !
T.

don`t you mean Obafemi Martians T. look levitation thats not normal?

obafemi martians levitation
dark star
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#131 | Posted: 21 Jun 2009 20:28
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Wheres Malcolm McDonald when you need him ?????
telecaster
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#132 | Posted: 23 Jun 2009 18:05
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Dave Hall, there`s a man called Ryan on ATS that says he`s
seen 3 ufos near Menwith Hill recently. As you live nearby,
have you seen anything ?
T.
monkeyboy
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#133 | Posted: 24 Jun 2009 16:42 | Edited by: monkeyboy
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UFO-spotting Turkish night-watchman regards aliens as 'the world's policemen'
In this section

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/world/2009/0622/1224249263841.html

turkish ufo

NICHOLAS BIRCH in Istanbul

WITH HIS neatly clipped moustache and checked shirt buttoned up to his neck, 51-year-old Yalcin Yalman doesn't look like a typical trendsetter.

But the images he has filmed since 2007 from the suburban Istanbul holiday village where he works as a night-watchman have helped turn UFO-spotting, once the object of scorn, into a popular pastime among educated Turks.

"For me it's just a hobby, a way of passing the night," Yalman shrugged outside an Istanbul conference centre where more than 1,000 people had paid 35 lira (16), a handsome sum by local standards, to listen to him and ufologists from around the world reveal their latest findings.

Holding cups of watery coffee selling at an extortionate three lira, elegantly dressed Turkish ladies with word-perfect English peppered speakers from as far afield as Mexico with questions about 2012 and the end of the Mayan calendar.

Former head of the UK defence ministry's UFO desk and a well-known ufologist, Nick Pope, one of the speakers at the conference, confessed himself amazed at the turnout.

"Ufology has a bit of an image problem back home computer nerds, trainspotters, you know," he said. "But that is not the sense I get here at all. And there seems to be an equal balance between men and women."

Haktan Akdogan, the organiser of last weekend's International UFO and New Age Congress, the fourth of its kind in Turkey, put growing domestic interest in UFO sightings down to the increasingly receptive Turkish media, "more sympathetic than the media in the West".

But he described Yalman's films of bright crescent-shaped objects hovering over the Marmara sea, some of them apparently with humanoid figures inside them, as "a turning point for Turkish UFO studies".

"These are the most remarkable images taken in Turkish history," he said, sitting in the central Istanbul office of the Sirius UFO Space Science Studies Centre, which he set up in 1997.

"The authorities can no longer turn a blind eye to this phenomenon."

Increased Turkish tolerance for aliens has spread well beyond the media and the Istanbul well-off.

When an alien appeared in front of a farmer outside the southwestern Turkish village of Narli in 2001, the farmer responded in time-honoured style: he threw rocks until the creature shot into the air "to the height of a minaret" and disappeared.

Seven years later, when a UFO reappeared in the same village, it was met by cameras, not stones.

This year, however, the most striking UFO revelations have come from members of Istanbul's showbiz scene.

A singer who represented Turkey at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1991, Reyhan Karaca, told Turkish newspapers last month how a "prawn-coloured" alien had plucked her from her bed one night and taken her on a whistle-stop tour of earth.

"They were very friendly," she said of the inhabitants of the spacecraft that abducted her. "We communicated using our thoughts."

A couple of days later, Hulya Avsar, a pop singer and presenter who is a household name in Turkey, told Karaca and her talkshow audience that she had seen a UFO from the balcony of her villa too.

Yalman's images have been savaged on several ufologist websites. Pope described them as "very interesting", before adding that, "unless you get a proper analysis, there is a risk of misinterpretation".

Generally, though, scepticism was in short supply among ticket-holders at the UFO conference. And the intensity of their belief paid off. At the end of the first day, as a crowd milled outside the World of Wonders hotel where the conference was held, a UFO suddenly appeared in the sky overhead.

"I think they were showing their support for us: we're here, can you see," Akdogan told a TV channel that ran the footage a couple of days later.

Asked whether he is unnerved by UFOs' apparent predilection for materialising in front of him, Yalman smiled and clicked his tongue, the Turkish equivalent of shaking your head.

"I see them as the world's policemen, up there to keep an eye on us," he said, taking a puff of his cigarette. "I only wish they'd come down for a chat. Then we could drink tea and play a few rounds of backgammon."
dark star
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#134 | Posted: 24 Jun 2009 19:11
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monkeyboy:
see them as the world's policemen, up there to keep an eye on us," he said, taking a puff of his cigarette. "I only wish they'd come down for a chat. Then we could drink tea and play a few rounds of backgammon."

Well they,re the worst coppers i,ve ever heard of,people are getting away with murder down here and thet do nothing!
Perhaps they arelike Hitlers SS, working for the cause.
telecaster
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#135 | Posted: 24 Jun 2009 19:39
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The police around Dulce are hiding something very important.
T.
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