|Still from John Carpenter's They Live, 1988|
Interesting little item:
From UFO Sightings Map: What Weird UFO Shape Does Your State See?: We know that a lot of them will turn out to be drones. But it doesn't change the fact that people in every state are seeing weird shapes in the sky -- more than 6,500 of them just last year, according to the Mutual UFO Network's data.
I posted this on my Facebook page yesterday, and the verbiage was thus: "What UFO Shapes Do The Crazy People In Your State See?" When you click on that link to the Huffington Post page, the "crazy" is gone.
Also wonder at this:
"We know that a lot of them [UFOs] will turn out to be drones."
I agree with that (for example, I think what we saw this NYE was a drone, or man made object of some kind.) But then, does that mean, if you're "crazy" and it's a drone that you see, you're crazy for seeing -- and reporting -- noticing -- said drones?
Notice that on this map there is no mention of triangles.
The message seems to be one of non-questiong. Accept the drone, and other man made objects filling up our skies. Do not question their presence, or wonder what they're doing up there. If you want to think they're UFOs, that's good, go ahead. That's a distraction. That's tin foil hat land, and as long as you're chasing after aliens whose existence will never be proven by the infrastructure, have fun. Just don't get to close to what we're really doing up there. Shrug it off, move on, all those things in the skies are of no concern.