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'East Lancs is a UFO sightings hotspot'

Lancashire Telegraph: Chinese lanterns often cause false alarms Chinese lanterns often cause false alarms

EAST Lancashire has been described as a ‘hotspot for UFO sightings’ after a number of reports to police were made.

Five sightings were reported to Lancashire Police over two years, it can be revealed.

But enthusiasts said sightings were much more regular, with some parts of the region acting as a ‘window area’ for flying objects.

It was revealed that police and fire crews attended when ‘aliens were seen in the sky’ coming out of trees in Church.

The emergency services believed a caravan may have been on fire, but found no evidence of a blaze.

And in Blackburn, there was a report of ‘two lights following each other in the sky, moving slowly and drifting’.

These sightings were logged by police and it was suggested that the UFOs may have been Chinese lanterns.

In Barnoldswick, there was a report of three red lights hovering in the sky before flying off in three directions at very high speeds.

In Padiham, a caller reported seeing bright lights, which she believed to be a UFO, and in Burnley, there was a report of five flying saucers in the sky. Both callers were known to police and understood to have mental health problems.

All of the sightings were logged in 2009-10 and released via a freedom of information request.

Sam Wright, chairman of Probe International, based in Blackpool, said people should be more open-minded about life on other planets.

Mr Wright, 64, said: “Most sightings are aeroplanes and things like that, but there are some where there is no explanation.

“I don’t know where they come from, but they are obviously a highly intelligent civilisation, they are far more advanced than we are.

“This is happening all the time, UFOs are real, that is all I can say.

“If they were bad, they could have destroyed Earth many, many years ago. We don’t have anything to worry about and I am looking forward to one coming down and saying hello to me.”

Watch manager Steve Johnson, from Lancashire Fire and Rescue, said measures were in place to make sure emergency services’ time was not wasted with hoax calls.

He said: “People ring our control room if they think there is an incident happening and the challenge this sort of thing to ensure it is a genuine call.

“We attend if control sees fit.”

East Lancashire UFO reports

  • May 16, 2009: In Padiham, a caller believed she had seen a UFO when she kept seeing bright lights.
  • Dec 31, 2009: A report of five flying saucers in the sky in Burnley was logged with police.
  • May 21, 2010: Three red lights hovering above the ground in Barnoldswick were investigated as UFOs. The lights were reported to have sped off in different directions.
  • July 24, 2010: Reports of two lights following each other in the sky. Moving slowly and drifting. Could be Chinese lanterns.
  • Dec 26, 2010: Aliens were reported to have been seen in the sky coming out of woods in Church. Police and the fire service attended but it is believed the lights were from a Chinese lantern.

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1:25pm Tue 28 Aug 12

accy lad and proud says...

Nanoo Nanoo !!!!
Nanoo Nanoo !!!! accy lad and proud
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1:28pm Tue 28 Aug 12

Troy McCLur says...

accy lad and proud wrote:
Nanoo Nanoo !!!!
Shazbat
[quote][p][bold]accy lad and proud[/bold] wrote: Nanoo Nanoo !!!![/p][/quote]Shazbat Troy McCLur
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1:37pm Tue 28 Aug 12

jimpy0 says...

Mebbee not best to look at the sky when popped up on drink or drugs .........
Mebbee not best to look at the sky when popped up on drink or drugs ......... jimpy0
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2:14pm Tue 28 Aug 12

Keith Myath says...

The truth is out there, Scully.
The truth is out there, Scully. Keith Myath
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3:38pm Tue 28 Aug 12

Redbike says...

Probably linked to the high usage of Cannabis in the area.........

"Aliens have been seen in the sky coming out of woods in Church"
Probably linked to the high usage of Cannabis in the area......... "Aliens have been seen in the sky coming out of woods in Church" Redbike
  • Score: 0

4:13pm Tue 28 Aug 12

California Blue says...

News just in, Lancashire also has largest alcohol, methadrone and cannabis abuse figures in the uk. I think the citizens of Lancashire have been watching too much sifi, what would be a satisfactory response to the report "ok sit tight we'll send over a community support officer to make first contact with an alien civilisation that's just travelled billions of light years".
News just in, Lancashire also has largest alcohol, methadrone and cannabis abuse figures in the uk. I think the citizens of Lancashire have been watching too much sifi, what would be a satisfactory response to the report "ok sit tight we'll send over a community support officer to make first contact with an alien civilisation that's just travelled billions of light years". California Blue
  • Score: 1

4:22pm Tue 28 Aug 12

Izanears says...

The Emergency Services were called out to investigate an unusual sighting in Brierfield the other day. It turned out to be a car that was taxed, insured and had an MOT.
The Emergency Services were called out to investigate an unusual sighting in Brierfield the other day. It turned out to be a car that was taxed, insured and had an MOT. Izanears
  • Score: 5

5:31pm Tue 28 Aug 12

Darren1951 says...

Uh-ohhh, looks like they've been at the meths again!
Uh-ohhh, looks like they've been at the meths again! Darren1951
  • Score: 0

5:37pm Tue 28 Aug 12

Chris P Bacon says...

California Blue wrote:
News just in, Lancashire also has largest alcohol, methadrone and cannabis abuse figures in the uk. I think the citizens of Lancashire have been watching too much sifi, what would be a satisfactory response to the report "ok sit tight we'll send over a community support officer to make first contact with an alien civilisation that's just travelled billions of light years".
You do know there's no such thing as 'methadrone' don't you? There's methadone and mephedrone but 'methadrone' doesn't exist. Unless you've synthesised metabolites of the two together and created a new super-drug?
[quote][p][bold]California Blue[/bold] wrote: News just in, Lancashire also has largest alcohol, methadrone and cannabis abuse figures in the uk. I think the citizens of Lancashire have been watching too much sifi, what would be a satisfactory response to the report "ok sit tight we'll send over a community support officer to make first contact with an alien civilisation that's just travelled billions of light years".[/p][/quote]You do know there's no such thing as 'methadrone' don't you? There's methadone and mephedrone but 'methadrone' doesn't exist. Unless you've synthesised metabolites of the two together and created a new super-drug? Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 2

5:48pm Tue 28 Aug 12

Michael@ClitheroeSince58 says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
California Blue wrote:
News just in, Lancashire also has largest alcohol, methadrone and cannabis abuse figures in the uk. I think the citizens of Lancashire have been watching too much sifi, what would be a satisfactory response to the report "ok sit tight we'll send over a community support officer to make first contact with an alien civilisation that's just travelled billions of light years".
You do know there's no such thing as 'methadrone' don't you? There's methadone and mephedrone but 'methadrone' doesn't exist. Unless you've synthesised metabolites of the two together and created a new super-drug?
Thanks for that Porky your spelling checker must work overtime.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]California Blue[/bold] wrote: News just in, Lancashire also has largest alcohol, methadrone and cannabis abuse figures in the uk. I think the citizens of Lancashire have been watching too much sifi, what would be a satisfactory response to the report "ok sit tight we'll send over a community support officer to make first contact with an alien civilisation that's just travelled billions of light years".[/p][/quote]You do know there's no such thing as 'methadrone' don't you? There's methadone and mephedrone but 'methadrone' doesn't exist. Unless you've synthesised metabolites of the two together and created a new super-drug?[/p][/quote]Thanks for that Porky your spelling checker must work overtime. Michael@ClitheroeSince58
  • Score: 0

5:59pm Tue 28 Aug 12

shytalk says...

2 lights following each other.. Err yep seen them..Not seen any green men though..Oh and before am asked what drugs i use well i don't.
What me and a few others saw when working nights at a Clitheroe conservatory manufacurer were not chinese lanterns,shooting stars, car headlights, or aircraft. Military project who knows, but i don't really care.
2 lights following each other.. Err yep seen them..Not seen any green men though..Oh and before am asked what drugs i use well i don't. What me and a few others saw when working nights at a Clitheroe conservatory manufacurer were not chinese lanterns,shooting stars, car headlights, or aircraft. Military project who knows, but i don't really care. shytalk
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6:12pm Tue 28 Aug 12

RUinsane says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
California Blue wrote:
News just in, Lancashire also has largest alcohol, methadrone and cannabis abuse figures in the uk. I think the citizens of Lancashire have been watching too much sifi, what would be a satisfactory response to the report "ok sit tight we'll send over a community support officer to make first contact with an alien civilisation that's just travelled billions of light years".
You do know there's no such thing as 'methadrone' don't you? There's methadone and mephedrone but 'methadrone' doesn't exist. Unless you've synthesised metabolites of the two together and created a new super-drug?
I wouldn't know the difference, but you lance armstrong types know all the substances don't you? Mix this with that and they can't test for this, mix that with this and they can't test for that.
Next you'll be shaving your legs and sucking fluids out of a bag on yer back as it makes you go faster.

Okay Crispy pork rind, tell me, as you keep saying that shaving your legs isn't to go faster, why do male cyclists shave their legs then? please take into account that I have asked around and found that, mountain bikers don't do it. So why do you shave your legs then?
Please enlighten the uneducated. And try not to waffle on, coz I know the answer and i'm just checking if you know why you do it.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]California Blue[/bold] wrote: News just in, Lancashire also has largest alcohol, methadrone and cannabis abuse figures in the uk. I think the citizens of Lancashire have been watching too much sifi, what would be a satisfactory response to the report "ok sit tight we'll send over a community support officer to make first contact with an alien civilisation that's just travelled billions of light years".[/p][/quote]You do know there's no such thing as 'methadrone' don't you? There's methadone and mephedrone but 'methadrone' doesn't exist. Unless you've synthesised metabolites of the two together and created a new super-drug?[/p][/quote]I wouldn't know the difference, but you lance armstrong types know all the substances don't you? Mix this with that and they can't test for this, mix that with this and they can't test for that. Next you'll be shaving your legs and sucking fluids out of a bag on yer back as it makes you go faster. Okay Crispy pork rind, tell me, as you keep saying that shaving your legs isn't to go faster, why do male cyclists shave their legs then? please take into account that I have asked around and found that, mountain bikers don't do it. So why do you shave your legs then? Please enlighten the uneducated. And try not to waffle on, coz I know the answer and i'm just checking if you know why you do it. RUinsane
  • Score: 2

6:25pm Tue 28 Aug 12

johnley says...

Is it because cyclist are always coming of there bikes, there for, when you have to use plasters a great deal, you would like to pull them off, without pulling off the hairs.
Is it because cyclist are always coming of there bikes, there for, when you have to use plasters a great deal, you would like to pull them off, without pulling off the hairs. johnley
  • Score: 1

6:28pm Tue 28 Aug 12

rover69 says...

what a load of bull these people want to get a job rather than take drugs and getting drunk maybe this planet will be a better place get a life loosers.
what a load of bull these people want to get a job rather than take drugs and getting drunk maybe this planet will be a better place get a life loosers. rover69
  • Score: 0

7:03pm Tue 28 Aug 12

Chris P Bacon says...

johnley wrote:
Is it because cyclist are always coming of there bikes, there for, when you have to use plasters a great deal, you would like to pull them off, without pulling off the hairs.
When you suffer fools, you risk becoming one yourself. Give it nowt is my considered advice.
[quote][p][bold]johnley[/bold] wrote: Is it because cyclist are always coming of there bikes, there for, when you have to use plasters a great deal, you would like to pull them off, without pulling off the hairs.[/p][/quote]When you suffer fools, you risk becoming one yourself. Give it nowt is my considered advice. Chris P Bacon
  • Score: 0

7:04pm Tue 28 Aug 12

RUinsane says...

Anyway back to the story at hand.
I saw one a long time ago. There were a few of us. December 1978 loads of snow, at least a foot and a half deep, it was dark. We went on the moors to make a slide and it came out of nowhere. It was quite big. Thought it was a helicopter at first until it got real close and we realised It made no noise at all and it was round. You could feel an electrostatic charge in the air, three green lights on the bottom, with a very dull red one in the middle that looked more like a UV or infra red lamp that was like beating very slowly, fading to almost black and then back to a very dull red over about 30 seconds a cycle. It came to within 200 meters of us Certainly put the creeps up me and my mates. Must have set a new land speed record over snow to get back to town Next day went to the police station to report it. Got the mickey taken out of us. They were doing the smash alien advert while we were trying to explain. Low and behold last year the telegraph runs a story about the same object seen between december 1978 and february 1979 that even the police had reported to their superiors as it was buzzing ROF.
Weren't taking the p1ss then were they when they chased it in their patrol cars. I kept the newspaper as it was on the front page, and the police artist impression was exactly the same as the one we took to the police.
Telegraph published it last year as the info was released. I've kept it in my drawer.

My theory sounds a bit outlandish I know but I think it holds water.
Between September 1978 and Febrauary 1979 we were at the height of the cold war. There were more nuclear device detonations on this planet than at any other time in the planets history. The russians did three in december and the americans did 2, just in december alone, there were more the following months. The snowfall in that time period was considered heavy in this area of the uk. Anyway I think whatever this object was it was taking samples of the fir trees in that area. They are very susceptible to minute amounts of radiation picked up from the atmosphere and I beleive whoever or whatever it was, it was taking samples.
I could waffle on about why I think so because there was more to this story but I aint saying nothing okay.
Anyway check the records, you'll find It all took place.
Anyway, I'm not arsed what anyone else thinks, I saw it and they didn't. i was there, and there were others too.
Anyway back to the story at hand. I saw one a long time ago. There were a few of us. December 1978 loads of snow, at least a foot and a half deep, it was dark. We went on the moors to make a slide and it came out of nowhere. It was quite big. Thought it was a helicopter at first until it got real close and we realised It made no noise at all and it was round. You could feel an electrostatic charge in the air, three green lights on the bottom, with a very dull red one in the middle that looked more like a UV or infra red lamp that was like beating very slowly, fading to almost black and then back to a very dull red over about 30 seconds a cycle. It came to within 200 meters of us Certainly put the creeps up me and my mates. Must have set a new land speed record over snow to get back to town Next day went to the police station to report it. Got the mickey taken out of us. They were doing the smash alien advert while we were trying to explain. Low and behold last year the telegraph runs a story about the same object seen between december 1978 and february 1979 that even the police had reported to their superiors as it was buzzing ROF. Weren't taking the p1ss then were they when they chased it in their patrol cars. I kept the newspaper as it was on the front page, and the police artist impression was exactly the same as the one we took to the police. Telegraph published it last year as the info was released. I've kept it in my drawer. My theory sounds a bit outlandish I know but I think it holds water. Between September 1978 and Febrauary 1979 we were at the height of the cold war. There were more nuclear device detonations on this planet than at any other time in the planets history. The russians did three in december and the americans did 2, just in december alone, there were more the following months. The snowfall in that time period was considered heavy in this area of the uk. Anyway I think whatever this object was it was taking samples of the fir trees in that area. They are very susceptible to minute amounts of radiation picked up from the atmosphere and I beleive whoever or whatever it was, it was taking samples. I could waffle on about why I think so because there was more to this story but I aint saying nothing okay. Anyway check the records, you'll find It all took place. Anyway, I'm not arsed what anyone else thinks, I saw it and they didn't. i was there, and there were others too. RUinsane
  • Score: 0

7:05pm Tue 28 Aug 12

rgray222 says...

Many times there have been mass UFO sightings, everyone from ministers to police have seen the same UFO at the same time. Many of the sightings were seen by thousands of people. Here are 16 mass UFO sighting cases.
http://www.educating
humanity.com/2012/07
/Mass-UFO-Sightings-
Top-15.html
Many times there have been mass UFO sightings, everyone from ministers to police have seen the same UFO at the same time. Many of the sightings were seen by thousands of people. Here are 16 mass UFO sighting cases. http://www.educating humanity.com/2012/07 /Mass-UFO-Sightings- Top-15.html rgray222
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7:08pm Tue 28 Aug 12

RUinsane says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
johnley wrote:
Is it because cyclist are always coming of there bikes, there for, when you have to use plasters a great deal, you would like to pull them off, without pulling off the hairs.
When you suffer fools, you risk becoming one yourself. Give it nowt is my considered advice.
No answer have you? Do you want mine? So Crispy, why do you shave your legs? You took great delight in saying it wasn't to make you go faster, so why is it then? Explain.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]johnley[/bold] wrote: Is it because cyclist are always coming of there bikes, there for, when you have to use plasters a great deal, you would like to pull them off, without pulling off the hairs.[/p][/quote]When you suffer fools, you risk becoming one yourself. Give it nowt is my considered advice.[/p][/quote]No answer have you? Do you want mine? So Crispy, why do you shave your legs? You took great delight in saying it wasn't to make you go faster, so why is it then? Explain. RUinsane
  • Score: 2

7:14pm Tue 28 Aug 12

RUinsane says...

johnley wrote:
Is it because cyclist are always coming of there bikes, there for, when you have to use plasters a great deal, you would like to pull them off, without pulling off the hairs.
Sorry doesn't pan out for me, how often do you come off on a road bike? I bet you come off more on a mountain bike. Mountain bikers don't shave their legs, its just road bikers. why?
C'mon Crispy jump in, why do or why did you shave your legs?
[quote][p][bold]johnley[/bold] wrote: Is it because cyclist are always coming of there bikes, there for, when you have to use plasters a great deal, you would like to pull them off, without pulling off the hairs.[/p][/quote]Sorry doesn't pan out for me, how often do you come off on a road bike? I bet you come off more on a mountain bike. Mountain bikers don't shave their legs, its just road bikers. why? C'mon Crispy jump in, why do or why did you shave your legs? RUinsane
  • Score: 2

7:18pm Tue 28 Aug 12

Stuart Farquar says...

RUinsane wrote:
johnley wrote: Is it because cyclist are always coming of there bikes, there for, when you have to use plasters a great deal, you would like to pull them off, without pulling off the hairs.
Sorry doesn't pan out for me, how often do you come off on a road bike? I bet you come off more on a mountain bike. Mountain bikers don't shave their legs, its just road bikers. why? C'mon Crispy jump in, why do or why did you shave your legs?
She shaved her legs because she is a woman ! Chris is short for Christiana... Afink so anyways.
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]johnley[/bold] wrote: Is it because cyclist are always coming of there bikes, there for, when you have to use plasters a great deal, you would like to pull them off, without pulling off the hairs.[/p][/quote]Sorry doesn't pan out for me, how often do you come off on a road bike? I bet you come off more on a mountain bike. Mountain bikers don't shave their legs, its just road bikers. why? C'mon Crispy jump in, why do or why did you shave your legs?[/p][/quote]She shaved her legs because she is a woman ! Chris is short for Christiana... Afink so anyways. Stuart Farquar
  • Score: 1

7:24pm Tue 28 Aug 12

RUinsane says...

RUinsane wrote:
Anyway back to the story at hand.
I saw one a long time ago. There were a few of us. December 1978 loads of snow, at least a foot and a half deep, it was dark. We went on the moors to make a slide and it came out of nowhere. It was quite big. Thought it was a helicopter at first until it got real close and we realised It made no noise at all and it was round. You could feel an electrostatic charge in the air, three green lights on the bottom, with a very dull red one in the middle that looked more like a UV or infra red lamp that was like beating very slowly, fading to almost black and then back to a very dull red over about 30 seconds a cycle. It came to within 200 meters of us Certainly put the creeps up me and my mates. Must have set a new land speed record over snow to get back to town Next day went to the police station to report it. Got the mickey taken out of us. They were doing the smash alien advert while we were trying to explain. Low and behold last year the telegraph runs a story about the same object seen between december 1978 and february 1979 that even the police had reported to their superiors as it was buzzing ROF.
Weren't taking the p1ss then were they when they chased it in their patrol cars. I kept the newspaper as it was on the front page, and the police artist impression was exactly the same as the one we took to the police.
Telegraph published it last year as the info was released. I've kept it in my drawer.

My theory sounds a bit outlandish I know but I think it holds water.
Between September 1978 and Febrauary 1979 we were at the height of the cold war. There were more nuclear device detonations on this planet than at any other time in the planets history. The russians did three in december and the americans did 2, just in december alone, there were more the following months. The snowfall in that time period was considered heavy in this area of the uk. Anyway I think whatever this object was it was taking samples of the fir trees in that area. They are very susceptible to minute amounts of radiation picked up from the atmosphere and I beleive whoever or whatever it was, it was taking samples.
I could waffle on about why I think so because there was more to this story but I aint saying nothing okay.
Anyway check the records, you'll find It all took place.
Anyway, I'm not arsed what anyone else thinks, I saw it and they didn't. i was there, and there were others too.
Oooh don't I feel an idiot, It was in January 1979 I saw it. sorry confusion its an age thing.
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: Anyway back to the story at hand. I saw one a long time ago. There were a few of us. December 1978 loads of snow, at least a foot and a half deep, it was dark. We went on the moors to make a slide and it came out of nowhere. It was quite big. Thought it was a helicopter at first until it got real close and we realised It made no noise at all and it was round. You could feel an electrostatic charge in the air, three green lights on the bottom, with a very dull red one in the middle that looked more like a UV or infra red lamp that was like beating very slowly, fading to almost black and then back to a very dull red over about 30 seconds a cycle. It came to within 200 meters of us Certainly put the creeps up me and my mates. Must have set a new land speed record over snow to get back to town Next day went to the police station to report it. Got the mickey taken out of us. They were doing the smash alien advert while we were trying to explain. Low and behold last year the telegraph runs a story about the same object seen between december 1978 and february 1979 that even the police had reported to their superiors as it was buzzing ROF. Weren't taking the p1ss then were they when they chased it in their patrol cars. I kept the newspaper as it was on the front page, and the police artist impression was exactly the same as the one we took to the police. Telegraph published it last year as the info was released. I've kept it in my drawer. My theory sounds a bit outlandish I know but I think it holds water. Between September 1978 and Febrauary 1979 we were at the height of the cold war. There were more nuclear device detonations on this planet than at any other time in the planets history. The russians did three in december and the americans did 2, just in december alone, there were more the following months. The snowfall in that time period was considered heavy in this area of the uk. Anyway I think whatever this object was it was taking samples of the fir trees in that area. They are very susceptible to minute amounts of radiation picked up from the atmosphere and I beleive whoever or whatever it was, it was taking samples. I could waffle on about why I think so because there was more to this story but I aint saying nothing okay. Anyway check the records, you'll find It all took place. Anyway, I'm not arsed what anyone else thinks, I saw it and they didn't. i was there, and there were others too.[/p][/quote]Oooh don't I feel an idiot, It was in January 1979 I saw it. sorry confusion its an age thing. RUinsane
  • Score: -1

7:32pm Tue 28 Aug 12

johnley says...

Hold on, I think I’ve got it, is it because early in the morning when it is frezing, they put on tights under the track suit bottoms to keep their legs warm. If you don’t shave your legs and put tights on, you will get a electric shock all the way up your legs, and where your legs meet, the electricity meets too, and BANG go’s your reticules. That is what happened to me when I put the wife’s tights on whilst she was at bingo
Hold on, I think I’ve got it, is it because early in the morning when it is frezing, they put on tights under the track suit bottoms to keep their legs warm. If you don’t shave your legs and put tights on, you will get a electric shock all the way up your legs, and where your legs meet, the electricity meets too, and BANG go’s your reticules. That is what happened to me when I put the wife’s tights on whilst she was at bingo johnley
  • Score: 5

7:38pm Tue 28 Aug 12

johnley says...

Reticules/ testicular, same difference. Well they look the same
Reticules/ testicular, same difference. Well they look the same johnley
  • Score: 2

7:40pm Tue 28 Aug 12

RUinsane says...

I think Crispys been abducted by aliens. Either that or its waxing night.
I think Crispys been abducted by aliens. Either that or its waxing night. RUinsane
  • Score: 3

7:51pm Tue 28 Aug 12

Stuart Farquar says...

RUinsane wrote:
I think Crispys been abducted by aliens. Either that or its waxing night.
He don't want to play anymore lolol
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: I think Crispys been abducted by aliens. Either that or its waxing night.[/p][/quote]He don't want to play anymore lolol Stuart Farquar
  • Score: 1

7:55pm Tue 28 Aug 12

Michael@ClitheroeSince58 says...

RUinsane wrote:
I think Crispys been abducted by aliens. Either that or its waxing night.
Stop winding Porky up it's well tight :)
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: I think Crispys been abducted by aliens. Either that or its waxing night.[/p][/quote]Stop winding Porky up it's well tight :) Michael@ClitheroeSince58
  • Score: 1

8:04pm Tue 28 Aug 12

johnley says...

he must be keeping TIGHT lip
he must be keeping TIGHT lip johnley
  • Score: 2

8:35pm Tue 28 Aug 12

RUinsane says...

This is one of the questions to which we seek answers. The meaning of life,why are we here, where did we come from, what is our purpose Are UFO's military, are they ours or are they from elsewhere, how does gravity work, why do cyclists shave their legs. Will we ever know the truth?
This is one of the questions to which we seek answers. The meaning of life,why are we here, where did we come from, what is our purpose Are UFO's military, are they ours or are they from elsewhere, how does gravity work, why do cyclists shave their legs. Will we ever know the truth? RUinsane
  • Score: 0

8:48pm Tue 28 Aug 12

Michael@ClitheroeSince58 says...

RUinsane wrote:
This is one of the questions to which we seek answers. The meaning of life,why are we here, where did we come from, what is our purpose Are UFO's military, are they ours or are they from elsewhere, how does gravity work, why do cyclists shave their legs. Will we ever know the truth?
http://cyclinginfo.c
o.uk/blog/290/cyclin
g/cyclist-shave/

Is the best I could come up with :)
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: This is one of the questions to which we seek answers. The meaning of life,why are we here, where did we come from, what is our purpose Are UFO's military, are they ours or are they from elsewhere, how does gravity work, why do cyclists shave their legs. Will we ever know the truth?[/p][/quote]http://cyclinginfo.c o.uk/blog/290/cyclin g/cyclist-shave/ Is the best I could come up with :) Michael@ClitheroeSince58
  • Score: -1

9:02pm Tue 28 Aug 12

RUinsane says...

Michael@ClitheroeSin
ce58
wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
This is one of the questions to which we seek answers. The meaning of life,why are we here, where did we come from, what is our purpose Are UFO's military, are they ours or are they from elsewhere, how does gravity work, why do cyclists shave their legs. Will we ever know the truth?
http://cyclinginfo.c

o.uk/blog/290/cyclin

g/cyclist-shave/

Is the best I could come up with :)
Yep, spot on, that is the answer. It is part of their uniform. The pro cycling club, the feeling of belonging, the, to be taken serious with a bike brigade. They shave their legs to fit in with the others, so they look like they are part of the group. How weird, what a bunch of man bag wearers. Its stranger than fiction. :0).

I've got a tip for anyone wanting to take up cycling. Buy the lycra uniform, the helmet, the rubber underpants, the undershoes and the shoes with clips. Shave your legs. Put all the gear on, then take a photo of yourself just stood there without the bike. And you can say, yes, that is what I look like to others. A mincer
[quote][p][bold]Michael@ClitheroeSin ce58[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: This is one of the questions to which we seek answers. The meaning of life,why are we here, where did we come from, what is our purpose Are UFO's military, are they ours or are they from elsewhere, how does gravity work, why do cyclists shave their legs. Will we ever know the truth?[/p][/quote]http://cyclinginfo.c o.uk/blog/290/cyclin g/cyclist-shave/ Is the best I could come up with :)[/p][/quote]Yep, spot on, that is the answer. It is part of their uniform. The pro cycling club, the feeling of belonging, the, to be taken serious with a bike brigade. They shave their legs to fit in with the others, so they look like they are part of the group. How weird, what a bunch of man bag wearers. Its stranger than fiction. :0). I've got a tip for anyone wanting to take up cycling. Buy the lycra uniform, the helmet, the rubber underpants, the undershoes and the shoes with clips. Shave your legs. Put all the gear on, then take a photo of yourself just stood there without the bike. And you can say, yes, that is what I look like to others. A mincer RUinsane
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9:14pm Tue 28 Aug 12

real betis hotpot says...

5 reports and two of the callers had mental health problems. Some hotspot.

I believe in Unidentified Flying Objects up to a point - the point were they are identified when they become identified flying objects like Planes and Chinese Lanterns and stuff... Anything that isn't identified remains an unidentified flying object no matter what it really is, so long as nobody knows what it really is then it remains unidentified, so yes UFOs do exist through the literal use of the word unidentified.
5 reports and two of the callers had mental health problems. Some hotspot. I believe in Unidentified Flying Objects up to a point - the point were they are identified when they become identified flying objects like Planes and Chinese Lanterns and stuff... Anything that isn't identified remains an unidentified flying object no matter what it really is, so long as nobody knows what it really is then it remains unidentified, so yes UFOs do exist through the literal use of the word unidentified. real betis hotpot
  • Score: 2

11:07pm Tue 28 Aug 12

Stuart Farquar says...

RUinsane wrote:
Michael@ClitheroeSin ce58 wrote:
RUinsane wrote: This is one of the questions to which we seek answers. The meaning of life,why are we here, where did we come from, what is our purpose Are UFO's military, are they ours or are they from elsewhere, how does gravity work, why do cyclists shave their legs. Will we ever know the truth?
http://cyclinginfo.c o.uk/blog/290/cyclin g/cyclist-shave/ Is the best I could come up with :)
Yep, spot on, that is the answer. It is part of their uniform. The pro cycling club, the feeling of belonging, the, to be taken serious with a bike brigade. They shave their legs to fit in with the others, so they look like they are part of the group. How weird, what a bunch of man bag wearers. Its stranger than fiction. :0). I've got a tip for anyone wanting to take up cycling. Buy the lycra uniform, the helmet, the rubber underpants, the undershoes and the shoes with clips. Shave your legs. Put all the gear on, then take a photo of yourself just stood there without the bike. And you can say, yes, that is what I look like to others. A mincer
Kiss me big boy xxx
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Michael@ClitheroeSin ce58[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: This is one of the questions to which we seek answers. The meaning of life,why are we here, where did we come from, what is our purpose Are UFO's military, are they ours or are they from elsewhere, how does gravity work, why do cyclists shave their legs. Will we ever know the truth?[/p][/quote]http://cyclinginfo.c o.uk/blog/290/cyclin g/cyclist-shave/ Is the best I could come up with :)[/p][/quote]Yep, spot on, that is the answer. It is part of their uniform. The pro cycling club, the feeling of belonging, the, to be taken serious with a bike brigade. They shave their legs to fit in with the others, so they look like they are part of the group. How weird, what a bunch of man bag wearers. Its stranger than fiction. :0). I've got a tip for anyone wanting to take up cycling. Buy the lycra uniform, the helmet, the rubber underpants, the undershoes and the shoes with clips. Shave your legs. Put all the gear on, then take a photo of yourself just stood there without the bike. And you can say, yes, that is what I look like to others. A mincer[/p][/quote]Kiss me big boy xxx Stuart Farquar
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2:56am Wed 29 Aug 12

Gennoe1 says...

I hope one abducts Keano!
I hope one abducts Keano! Gennoe1
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8:09am Wed 29 Aug 12

Chris P Bacon says...

real betis hotpot wrote:
5 reports and two of the callers had mental health problems. Some hotspot.

I believe in Unidentified Flying Objects up to a point - the point were they are identified when they become identified flying objects like Planes and Chinese Lanterns and stuff... Anything that isn't identified remains an unidentified flying object no matter what it really is, so long as nobody knows what it really is then it remains unidentified, so yes UFOs do exist through the literal use of the word unidentified.
This thread became a meeting point for people with clearly discernible mental health problems early on. Some of them wallow in it and congratulate each other when they find a kindred spirit.

A thread with a title like this one becomes an obvious beacon for the mentally befuddled to congregate. And just like the crop-circle obsessives, as Mark Twain famously said; it's easier to fool people than to convince them they've been fooled. Even when the facts are presented to explain away these 'UFOs' there are people who refuse to believe the facts and will only believe their warped interpretations of what they've seen. Or imagined.
[quote][p][bold]real betis hotpot[/bold] wrote: 5 reports and two of the callers had mental health problems. Some hotspot. I believe in Unidentified Flying Objects up to a point - the point were they are identified when they become identified flying objects like Planes and Chinese Lanterns and stuff... Anything that isn't identified remains an unidentified flying object no matter what it really is, so long as nobody knows what it really is then it remains unidentified, so yes UFOs do exist through the literal use of the word unidentified.[/p][/quote]This thread became a meeting point for people with clearly discernible mental health problems early on. Some of them wallow in it and congratulate each other when they find a kindred spirit. A thread with a title like this one becomes an obvious beacon for the mentally befuddled to congregate. And just like the crop-circle obsessives, as Mark Twain famously said; it's easier to fool people than to convince them they've been fooled. Even when the facts are presented to explain away these 'UFOs' there are people who refuse to believe the facts and will only believe their warped interpretations of what they've seen. Or imagined. Chris P Bacon
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3:31pm Wed 29 Aug 12

RUinsane says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
real betis hotpot wrote:
5 reports and two of the callers had mental health problems. Some hotspot.

I believe in Unidentified Flying Objects up to a point - the point were they are identified when they become identified flying objects like Planes and Chinese Lanterns and stuff... Anything that isn't identified remains an unidentified flying object no matter what it really is, so long as nobody knows what it really is then it remains unidentified, so yes UFOs do exist through the literal use of the word unidentified.
This thread became a meeting point for people with clearly discernible mental health problems early on. Some of them wallow in it and congratulate each other when they find a kindred spirit.

A thread with a title like this one becomes an obvious beacon for the mentally befuddled to congregate. And just like the crop-circle obsessives, as Mark Twain famously said; it's easier to fool people than to convince them they've been fooled. Even when the facts are presented to explain away these 'UFOs' there are people who refuse to believe the facts and will only believe their warped interpretations of what they've seen. Or imagined.
You're right, and some of these nutters shave their legs and compare lycra.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]real betis hotpot[/bold] wrote: 5 reports and two of the callers had mental health problems. Some hotspot. I believe in Unidentified Flying Objects up to a point - the point were they are identified when they become identified flying objects like Planes and Chinese Lanterns and stuff... Anything that isn't identified remains an unidentified flying object no matter what it really is, so long as nobody knows what it really is then it remains unidentified, so yes UFOs do exist through the literal use of the word unidentified.[/p][/quote]This thread became a meeting point for people with clearly discernible mental health problems early on. Some of them wallow in it and congratulate each other when they find a kindred spirit. A thread with a title like this one becomes an obvious beacon for the mentally befuddled to congregate. And just like the crop-circle obsessives, as Mark Twain famously said; it's easier to fool people than to convince them they've been fooled. Even when the facts are presented to explain away these 'UFOs' there are people who refuse to believe the facts and will only believe their warped interpretations of what they've seen. Or imagined.[/p][/quote]You're right, and some of these nutters shave their legs and compare lycra. RUinsane
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