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Spielberg once contributed to UN UFO debate

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I should habe had mu coffee first I thought it said UM debate.

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George Orwell scares people with a radio show. People make horror movies about scary aliens, with a very few friendly alien movies mixed in. Horror seems to sell so well we even have scary movies about clowns, from Stephen King's "It" to the Joker. And what movie brings it all together? Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988).

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Best movie!!! My forum name says so!!!

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If the UN turns to movie makers for advice on aliens we are in serious trouble. When the aliens destroy the White House or Big Ben with their lasers what is the UN going to do? Replace them in the sequel?

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18 hours ago, Nostrodumbass said:

If the UN turns to movie makers for advice on aliens we are in serious trouble. When the aliens destroy the White House or Big Ben with their lasers what is the UN going to do? Replace them in the sequel?

They would properly make a trilogy by then we all would be dead.... :blink: Imagine if the aliens attack from a wring angle Director:"Cut cut!!" Lol, they will blow them up.. Alien:"Kni kno tik klock nok".. Translation: " No, we are here to devour you. :D

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I am reminded of a presentation about ghost encounters, where Telly Savalas related his story. However, prior to that, the lead in was very animate about the fact that this wasn't just anyone, but a well respected Hollywood star! So, of course, we need to take it more seriously. As if a popular TV/Film actor could never mislead, lie, or be mistaken. In other words, if you aren't a celebrity, your story isn't worth squat.

That said, if anyone is going to address the UN, it should most certainly be a movie producer/director.

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