A few months ago we threw out a super strange video that seemed to show a cross dressing time traveller talking on a cell phone in the middle of a 1930’s street. That was debated amongst the Nation brain scientists and ultimately resulted in a hung jury as to the authenticity of the footage.
In 2011 we present you this.
Apparently Jerusalem had a very interesting evening back on January 28, 2011. A bright speck in the sky was seen by thousands of people, several of whom uploaded video onto YouTube that shows – well give it a watch to see what it shows.
Says MSNBC: "As dark UFO videos go, this clip showing flashing lights over Jerusalem is certainly a puzzler. A bright speck seems to descend toward the skyline, around the location of the Dome of the Rock (also known as the Temple Mount). This version of the Jan. 28 clip shows two side-by-side videos, captured by observers who were virtually side-by-side as well. "Have fun debunking this one," the YouTube user who posted the video writes."
Conspiracy theorists consider this video – coupled with the fact thousands of people seem to have witnessed the same incident from numerous vantage points and angles – as the ultimate proof that Jodie Foster was right in the movie Contact.
Those opposed to the footage say it was faked – the elaborate work of a hoaxer type working in the shadows on behalf of some shadowy organization of UFO hoaxers. We are of the mind that the footage above is one of the crazier things we have ever seen. The fact that it shows three synched video feeds from three different vantage points is crazier still.
Bottom line: If we believed in the cross dressing time traveller 7/10 on the "it could happen" scale, this UFO sighting is easily an 8/10.
Give it a watch and prepare to have your mind blown.
SEGUIN V HALL
Remember the rousing debate that engulfed us all last summer once we knew the Oil were picking first overall? Remember how we personally thought the Oil should have picked Seguin over Hall and how we may or may not have wept bitterly at the 2010 Draft Party?
Yeah well turns out we were dead wrong.
Fact 1: Hall is absolutely destroying Seguin on the scoresheet. Yes, yes one plays for a force in the East and the other plays for the "Oilers" and is given opportunity on a different scale. We understand that caveat.
Fact 2: Hall is improving in all aspects of his game as the season wears on. He is becoming increasingly difficult to knock off the puck, competes along the boards for loose pucks and can bench press a Volkswagen if called upon in the weight room.
Seguin? Not so much.
We had an interesting chat with a fellow close to the Bruins over the weekend and asked him about our summer love back in 2010. He recounted a tale of a Mr. Tyler Seguin who may have flash and dash with the puck, but doesn’t compete nearly hard enough to be an elite NHL player.
He isn’t physical, doesn’t always back check and is floating enough to grate on the nerves of his Beantown teammates from time to time. Overall he is showing there is a lot of meat remaining on the old "development bone" if you will.
Meanwhile Hall continues to become a beast and could damn well pot 25 goals in his rookie year while thrilling lady hearts all over town.
Thank the big baby Jesus that the Oilers picked Taylor Hall last summer in the draft. This buys MacGregor all the faith in the world as we head towards the second 1st overall pick in as many years. We have no idea who is going to go number one, but we have some faith in the fellas assigned to figure it out.
Seriously though. Is that a UFO?