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September 17, 2021

IN THAT CASE, SIR, PLEASE RESUME FIRING

Kentucky man shoots out of hotel window, says he was aiming at aliens

(Thanks to pharmaross)

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You go out of your way to save mankind from an alien invasion and this is the thanks you get.

So just another Tuesday night in Roswell?

Ladies, He is apparently semi-single. It's now safe to spread your antennas. With a reminder to be prepared to duck of course.

Perhaps he meant "aliens" in the sense of non-U.S. persons.

The local Roswell, New Mexico space aliens claim they know the race responsible for messing with humans using holograms and add they could be served with an interplanetary restraining order to stay 2 parsecs away from Earth if any complaints are filed by humans in the district court on Alpha Centauri. Until then, we should just relax and enjoy the show.

Too many guns in the hands of too many people.

The secret to shooting aliens at night: "Don't shoot until you can see the reds of their eyes!"

Those Aliens arrive here from Uranus in their fancy UFOs and take our jobs!

Oh, come on. Everybody knows aliens don't hang out in motel parking lots. They're too busy abducting people out in the woods.

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