[Aliens] The Top Places to Watch UFOs on Earth

It was just another winter night in Stephenville, Texas, when Rich Jones, a 30-year aviation veteran, saw something that defied all logic—an eerily silent, mile-wide craft ringed in lights that would “rearrange themselves” racing across the sky at what he estimated to be 3,000 miles per hour.

“I don’t know if it was a biblical experience or somebody from a different universe, but it was definitely not from around these parts,” Allen told a reporter from the Empire-Tribune after the sighting on Jan. 8, 2008. Similar reports poured in from across Erath County.

The Stephenville Lights incident wasn’t a onetime event—another mass sighting followed in October 2008, and individual reports from the area still trickle in. This corner of Texas along with the eastern Nevada desert are fast emerging as the U.S.’s newest UFO “hot spots”—places with the best odds of a spotting. Similarly active places exist around the globe, with some even attracting a new kind of tourist.

These days, it seems people can’t get enough of the UFO phenomena. Television shows such as the History Channel’s UFO Hunters and alternative radio programs like Coast to Coast AM—where an estimated three million listeners tune in each night to hear from hardworking UFO investigators, among other thought-provoking interviewees—are more popular than ever.

Sightings, too, are on the rise, according to MUFON, or the Mutual UFO Network, which has more than 3,000 members in 25 countries and 750 trained field investigators worldwide. The 41-year-old organization is one of the go-to places to report a sighting; it receives some 400 a month in the U.S. alone.

“Of course, 80 percent of these sightings can be explained. But 20 percent are truly unidentified objects, and those are the ones that will make your hair curl,” says MUFON’s international director, Clifford Clift.

Believing the time is right, even the famed SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute is conducting its first-ever public conference this year devoted to the age-old question: are we alone? SETIcon, slated for Aug. 13–15, in Santa Clara, Calif., will also unveil the institute’s newest scientific advances in its ongoing search for intelligent life from other planets.

Continue Reading >>> Continue reading “[Aliens] The Top Places to Watch UFOs on Earth”

[Police Log] Women Dressed as Stormtrooper Arrested for Sexual Harrasment at NYU

New York, NY – Ten students at NYU have accused 27 year old vagrant Dorothy MacSwoon of molestation and sexual harassment. The assailant MacSwoon, was arrested Friday morning upon suspicion of groping, fondling and harassing students while dressed as a Star Wars Stormtrooper, over the course of two years. Dorothy is currently awaiting trial, set to take place in May. If found guilty, she faces up to 15 years in prison and a $400,000 fine.

Sexual harassment is common on the NYU campus with 62 percent of college students saying they had been molested or received a gesture they found inappropriate. The number of victims in this case will likely double as most don’t report such incidents to campus employees or other officials.

Following Dorothy MacSwoon’s arrest, officials reviewed a Role-playing blog maintained by the assailent and discovered racy photos of Dorothy donning stormtrooper garb. The blog site has since been taken down, but PAO is lucky enough to have obtained several of MacSwoon’s photos… Continue reading “[Police Log] Women Dressed as Stormtrooper Arrested for Sexual Harrasment at NYU”

[UFO] Aliens Spotted in Norway

Real Aliens? Yep. Norwegian authorities are investigating strange lights seen in the arctic sky. The source of said lights is most likely from aliens. The spiraling white light was seen for several minutes on Wednesday (12/9/09) morning by most of the Norway population. Norwegian Defense experts in Olso suggest its more likely coming from a floating alien craft than a shooting star…

PAO staff members are almost sure the light is coming from some form of interplanetary alien. What is your take?

[Idiocracy] Jedi Asshole kicked out of supermarket. Vows revenge.

MC Chill at his best

The founder of a retarded religion based on the Star Wars movies has accused Tesco – a real store – of discrimination after he was ousted from one of their stores for wearing a hood, and being a super ridiculous fool.

Daniel “The Douchebag” Jones, 23, who founded the International Church of Jediism, was asked to leave the supermarket somewhere in the UK as his stupid, dirty appearance broke several store rules, one of which forbid the wearing of ‘hoodies’ in their premises.

The leader of the Jedi Church was deemed a stupid jackass, and a security risk by staff and was told to leave. In turn, Jones has accused the store of hating toolbags, and babbled something about religious discrimination.

‘I told them it was a requirement of my super fruity religion but they just punched me in the throat and ordered me to die,’ he told The Daily Telegraph newspaper.

‘I walked past a Muslim lady in a veil, and she kicked me in the ass when I passed her.’

According to the absurd rules of the International Church of Jediism, all members of the religion should wear a goofy-ass hood when in a public place, as a reason for these numb nuts to never leave their parent’s basements.

Jones claims the Jedi church, which has its own laughable scriptures and super-gay ceremonies which are devoid of chicks, is composted of 500,000 idiotic suckers worldwide.

Hinting at a threat of ‘Store Wars’ and a turn to the “Dark Side” should the ban continue, Jones, who also goes by the Jedi name Morda “The Stinky Asshole” Hehol, said: ‘I’ll advise worshippers to boycott the public if it happens again. They will feel the Force of my plastic toys.’

A Tesco spokesman said: ‘Jedi are a sad bunch of people, but very welcome to shop in our stores although we would ask them to remove their hoods. We know they need their Mountain Dew and Cheetos to continue their all night gaming sprees..”

‘If Jedi walk around our stores with their hoods on, they’ll miss lots of special offers and extreme ridicule from our customers.’

via AOL News.