Discussion in 'Current Events' started by KRSOne, May 17, 2012.
Mystery? That shits a spy drone.
Definitely a UFO or one of those machines from "They Live" that keeps us docile and obedient!
Definitely a pterodactyl i've been cloning them in my basement lab for 4 months, and another 8 months learning how to spell it correctly.
It's Alice. Ralph finally sent her to the moon.
Sounds to me like he saw a radio-controlled aircraft of some sort. Mystery solved. Some asshole playing with his expensive toy and almost causing some real shit.
So is Kirk finally going all Henry Hill on us?
At 8000 feet? I aint buying that. I think it is military.
It was Airforce One... it was carrying the President, and it crashed in the 5 Points ghetto.
Only one man is street and thug enough to survive in the 5 Points and accomplish the rescue mission... Kirk Pliskin!
Kirk Pliskin? I though he was dead.
1. The pilot was at 8,000 feet, not the object.
2. There are 2 kinds of altitudes in aviation - absolute and relative. Denver is at 5,000 feet elevation, so he was probably only 3,000 feet high. The altimeter is calibrated to sea level, so 3,000 feet above Denver should read 8,000 on the altimeter.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong here. I know all this stuff only because my father took flying lessons years ago and I picked up a bunch of shit by osmosis.
But yeah, could definitely be military, although why risk something like that? Why not just test it in a closed airspace?
He is all whacked out on the pure, white, uncut stuff.
OK, I admit it. It was me and one of my many weapons of mass destruction.
Flying lessons, singing lessons, acting lessons...
Was probably one of these. DO WANT!
must have been wham-o again.
John Denver never died. He just went through a worm hole.
Jews in Space.
OK, even 3000 feet seems a tad high to be flying a model plane. But I am only giving my opinion because I have a key board in front of me.
You are probably still correct here, only because it would be very hard to see the plane you are controlling if it's 3,000 feet high. I just think 3,000 feet opens it up to being more things like the model rockets BB1 posted or some kind of helium balloon thing.
I'm going with TARDIS.