Monday, November 7, 2011

The Alien Post



In fact you should always trust Canadians, for here is the alien post.

The UFO museum in Roswell is worth a visit and worth the money; it has a lot of material and has nifty pictures of noted authorities like this:



There is quite a lot of local art and community involvement.




Yes, the Baptists are in on it.

A fairly large and interesting research library includes lovingly assembled sets of documents like this one:




There is no way I could mistake those UFOs for any other object on Earth.

As for the aliens themselves, I suspect they may be somewhat overfed library pixies absconding with some research equipment. They are ill-equipped to drive, they like hanging out in fields, they seem unable to hop a small fence and are hardly a threat.

10 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

And they love Satyricon.
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zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Did they buy you dinner before the anal probe?

Anonymous said...

On the museums's links page it says:

links and sources are presented as a courtesy to other organizations and individuals and are not necessarily the beliefs of this organization.

ie., ...because THIS site is just all about the facts?!

Jennifer said...

I feel satisfied...

And, I always suspected the Baptists.

It's nice to see aliens who are outstanding in their field.

wiley said...

That horse sculpture is pretty cool looking. I like.

It would be pretty cool to have lunch with an extra-terrestrial being. When I'm not so busy. Got to get back to work soon.

fish said...

That one in the first picture is a pretty creepy alien.

wiley said...

My soup-loving counterpart once dated a girl so dumb that when he told her those bumpy things in the middle of the road (she called them turtles were to let blind drivers know that they're veering into head-coming traffic. She said, "Noooo?" Like, Really. He felt kind of bad for her, he had just assumed that she would recognize that as a joke.

He was young.

M. Bouffant said...

Bab-tiss from The Stars.

vacuumslayer said...

GOOD LAWD! I had no idea so much mid-century modern furniture was actually aliens! Although some of those sharp edges should have tipped me off--talk about getting probed!

Another Kiwi said...

I guess those aliens curl up around the edge of the flying saucer when they are travelling across the vast tracklessness of spaaaace, or is it done in perspective?