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September 19, 2007

Have we learned nothing from bad sf?

BBC News: "Hundreds of people in Peru have needed treatment after an object from space - said to be a meteorite - plummeted to Earth in a remote area... 'It [the object] is buried in the earth,' local resident Heber Mamani told the BBC... 'Our people [are] afraid. A bull is dead and some other animals are already sick.'"

People, people, people.  When a fiery object falls to earth in a remote area late at night, leaving a crater which spews mysterious noxious gases, and especially when local animals start dying, it can mean only one thing.  We can only wonder how many other invasion capsules lie undetected and waiting to disgorge their cargo of alien warriors.

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I think only one thing can sum this up....

All your base are belong to us.

Posted by: S at Sep 25, 2007 11:41:17 PM