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So I wake up today about 7:30 PST, and get ready to go for my walk here in Las Vegas. I left my house at about 8:15 and I got a call from my friend, who lives somewhat near Reno. He told me he was going out for his morning "420" and he saw a "white hot ball of energy" coming from "near Area 51" (yeah he's like that). He than said he shortly heard two explosions which he said were likely "The initial blast, and then the explosives they always hide in the craft with the anti-grav drives"....

After chewing him out for disturbing my workout with his THC induced foolishness, I told him to call me back when he saw the searcher drones head toward the "crash" site, and/or the government shuttling the citizens of Reno out in white vans with dark windows. However something did bug me though, because he knows enough to not bug me with his "High-Assed What-Ifs", because I will belittle the shit out of them, and him,  like no one else he knows. And lo and behold, it appears that some debris did actually fly on in and attempt to marry itself to the surface of the planet. Now I have a problem...

I now have to call my friend back and admit that "something" did occur this morning. What I lack is a proper scathing, sarcastic comment as to what really occurred this morning. I have to be able to top someone who really thinks that the US government waited to launch a secret "craft" until 8:00am Sunday local time on a sunny day, and then fly it toward Reno (those MORANS at area 51 can't put anything past my buddy, no sir). I beg of you to examine my poll of possible responses, and vote for your favorite, or respond with your own thoughts. Thanks!!!!


Dude, I KNOW what happened, the Chyron on FOX said it was:

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