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October 26, 2011


A Hertfordshire man called 999 after spotting a mysterious object hovering above his house - only to find out it was the moon.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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"Is this really a police matter" Well sure it is, maybe the moon people are attacking.

That is unusual. Most UFOs are actually Venus. Sometimes Jupiter.

Time to get that prescription checked, dude.

The Janitor said on "Scrubs" that he didn't believe in the moon, that he thought it was just the back of the sun. I would have to agree with him on that.

"I'm being followed by a moon shadow..."

must be shroom season

"hello, 999? there's a giant python in my pants...no, wait..."

Right now I am on some heavy duty pain medications due to the fact my sore arm has turned out to be a torn rotator cuff and a torn muscle in the upper arm area. Even with the pain medications and the muscle relaxers I would recognize the moon! Although I must say I'm quite concerned about this large fireball that is over my neighbor's house and is causing shadows on my front porch. I have noticed it moves and usually goes away around 6 pm. btw, I'm seeing a surgeon next week and if we both agree on my plan of treatment I'll probably have surgery the week after.

Beware of that fireball, Nurse Cindy. I know for a fact it is in cahoots with those black ops terrorist squirrels. In fact, every time I go near the fireball, I end up with weird rashes on my skin.

I'm sorry you're in pain. Keep us posted on your progress. Prayers going up.

NC hope the shoulder surgery goes ok. I have had both shoulders done (not at same time) At least the drugs made it worthwhile except for trying to perform certain tasks which I will not discuss here. ha

In Portland, Oregon, when the sun appears a number of people call 911 to report a UFO.

A little too much moonshine?

Did it have an Aussie flag tucked in its cheeks? If so, it had to be the moon.

NC, you need to stop throwin' those curve balls. They're heck on rotator cuffs.

And, get well soon.

"Someday, Alice..."

Wait until he moves to Florida.

Get better soon, cindy.

Thank you everybody. You're the best. I did it when I was moving some firewood by myself. Don't worry blog guys. I'm sure I'll be *SMACKING* you again very soon.

Geez, Cindy ! Start taking care of yourself.
Imma start wondering if you just want the good drugs !

This guy should tell his neighbor to straighten back up and pull her pants up.
Hope you get better soon, Cindy.

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