Possible UFO Spotted Over Texas, Chased By F16s
Wondering how yesterday's MacBook Air got so thin? Some, of course, think it was just the result of decades of research by Apple techies. We think we have a better explanation, though: alien technology. Don't believe us? According to the Stephenville Empire-Tribune, several witnesses say they spotted something mysterious in the air over Texas last night. Said unidentified flying object (UFO) was traveling at an estimated 3,000 miles per hour while being chased by military jets!
One of the witnesses, a pilot named Steve Allen, indicated that the alleged craft was difficult to see, but based on the lights that appeared to be on the edges of the thing, Allen estimated it to be about one mile long and a half-mile wide.
The lights went from corner to corner. It was directly above Highway 67 traveling towards Stephenville at a high rate of speed - about 3,000 miles per hour is what I would estimate.No mention of how thin this thing was, but it would have had to have been a large craft to be sure, and a fast one, something we certainly don't have in our military -- at least not that we're aware of anyhow.
No comment from Apple, for whatever that's worth.
From Stephenville Empire-Tribune (via BoingBoing)
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