The Moon Isn't a Moon!


Murphy
#1
The Moon Isn't the Moon!
Copyright 2017 - Murphy

Who could have imagined that the moon was not a natural celestial body, but rather, an alien space observatory and meat processing centre? Apparently, aliens like snacking on homo sapiens.

There are over six billion of us grazing on this rock. It’s as close to perfect as a cattle ranch gets. That is why the moon is where it is. It is a giant abattoir that collects, sorts and processes us into nice, flavourful bites. That's right. And I know that you don't believe me, but you better get used to it!

I wonder if the boxes we end up in have a Nutrition Facts label on them? Maybe the Martians, or whoever they are, don't have to worry about getting fat or having their extraterrestrial arteries clog up from ingesting human chunky chews. I’ll bet you never thought of yourself as being bad for the cholesterol of little green men!

Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin saw part of the operation when they landed on the moon in 1969. They didn't remember anything after returning to earth because they had their conscious memories sucked out of their heads by strange science. It wasn't until years later, when bits and pieces of their meeting with the sausage kings started coming back to them.

But things are changing. Before we had satellites and the Internet, aliens could harvest and chow down on humans pretty much at will. Now, technology is causing them grief. The Hubble telescope, radio waves, digital technology and annoying space shuttles are getting in the way of their eating habits.

All that human tech got me thinking. I remembered the reports of people being abducted by aliens when I was a kid. They would fly down and scoop up some unsuspecting people on a dark road, take them back to their ship and experiment on them for a while. Some had alien babies. Some got techno-implants put in, so they could be tracked. Still others got kidnapped over and over. But through it all, when the aliens were finished for the night, they would put them back where they found them. While it was probably scary, at least the spacemen were nice enough to return their lab experiments.

One of my friends says they are just going to come down and fast freeze us for consumption later on. That makes sense, given that humans are getting too advanced for our own good. Another friend says the aliens are the reason for all the world's unrest. He suggested that the aliens want us to kill ourselves off, so they can watch our civilization melt into nothingness.

Regardless, my buddies figure the end isn’t too far away. Whoever you believe, there is one thing that everybody can agree on.

It's all the aliens fault.
Last edited by Murphy; Jun 12th, 2017 at 03:57 AM..
 
Cliffy
#2
And you call me loonie.
 
petros
#3
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

And you call me loonie.

 
Ludlow
#4
Hehehahahoho
 
spaminator
#5
 
MHz
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

And you call me loonie.

Anybody see my new batch of hallucinogens, I either ate them and they are missing is only a illusion or somebody is in for one hell of a wild ride. Anybody notice if somebody seems to have gone over the edge??

All the gold in the moon should have sunk to the side closest to us, any chance of a gold spewing volcano raining gold coins on the earth that would make the current trillionairs the 'poor folk'. lol Found the pills btw n case you didn't notice.

Quote: Originally Posted by spaminator View Post

If anybody would know it would be him, aka 'the alien'
 
Murphy
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

And you call me loonie.

I have never called you a loonie. I have said that your medication needs adjustment. There is a difference. A dosage correction would make you normal again.

Your post is another example of your tenuous relationship with reality. You cannot tell the difference between fiction and what you perceive to be the real world.
 
Cliffy
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by Murphy View Post

I have never called you a loonie. I have said that your medication needs adjustment. There is a difference. A dosage correction would make you normal again.

Do you mean like:



 
Murphy
#9
Sooner or later, you'll get your medicines synced. Or die alone.
 
petros
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by Murphy View Post

Sooner or later, you'll get your medicines synced. Or die alone.

He'll die alone and full of hate.
 
Murphy
+1
#11  Top Rated Post
It's looking that way.
 
Cliffy
#12
Seriously, you two assholes need to get a life and stop projecting your neuroses on others.
Last edited by Cliffy; Jun 13th, 2017 at 12:07 AM..
 
petros
#13
We have lives. Ramtha set us up.
 
Murphy
+1
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

You two assholes need to get a life.

You have a potty mouth. Frankly, I think you need to look in the mirror. Get out for a walk. Meet people and form some friendships. Go to Timmys or the park and socialize. Get away from the computer and spend time interacting with other people.

Get your medications checked. Exercise. Take up an active hobby. Listen to your doctor.

Consider joining a social club. Go on a bus trip with others that share your interests. Become a human again.
 
spaminator
#15
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hollow_Moon
 
Murphy
#16
That's precisely where the spacemen have their abattoir! There's a few people on this board that would likely claim they've been inside.

 
Curious Cdn
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by Murphy View Post

That's precisely where the spacemen have their abattoir! There's a few people on this board that would likely claim they've been inside.

One of them might tell you that George Soros is in command of the craft.
 
gopher
#18
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The First Men in the Moon by H.G. Wells
 
Murphy
#19
I think it was the Martians that put the moon into orbit around earth. Then they got wiped out by some strange intergalactic illness.
 
Blackleaf
#20
The Moon is a giant button:

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gu0o6u1VmGE
 

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