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Saturday, March 27, 2004

Found out about this from Oxblog http://oxblog.blogspot.com/, whose usual focus is on more conventional political discussions:

Later in 1954 the race of aliens, known as Greys, from Zeta Reticuli area in space, who had been orbiting the equator, landed at Holloman Air Force base. they stated their planet was dying and needed quarters on earth to conduct genetic experiments theat [sic] might allow their race to survive; this in exchange for certain technology. President Eisenhower met with the aliens and a formal treaty was signed. The treaty stated the aliens would not interfere in our affairs and we would not interfere in theirs. We would keep their presence on earth secret; they would furnish us with advanced technology. They could abduct humans on a limited basis for the purpose of medical examination and monitoring, with the stipulation that the humans would not be harmed, would be returned to their point of abduction, that the humans have no memory of the event. It was also agreed the alien bases would be constructed underground, beneath Indian reservations in the 4 corners area of Utah, New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado. Another was to be constructed in Nevada in the area known as S-4, about 7 miles south of area 51, known as 'Dreamland'. A multi-billion dollar secret fund was organized and kept by the Military Office of the White House, supposedly to build secret underground sites for the President and the staff in case of military attacks.
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March 26, 2004 Word of the Day -- Searchgunk
SEARCHGUNK: Material found in search engine results that's irrelevant to the topic for which you're searching. Not necessarily useless, bad, or the result of search engine spamming -- just not relevant to what you're actually trying to find.

Ex: "Amongst all the haycart ride and bobbing for apple searchgunk I finally found the perfect carmel apple recipe."

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