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“Well, here's the evidence: In 1952 -- again, this is not speculation -- there literally was a flying-saucer invasion over Washington, D.C.”
“He and several other volunteers spent a recent afternoon hanging flying-saucer posters on a college campus in Denver.”
“We are as uncomfortable together as flying-saucer cult members are uncomfortable apart.”
“Many of them appear to be rubble piles, and in some cases these spin so rapidly that their shape is constrained by their spin, yielding flying-saucer shapes.”
“Wiggs stepped out onto the asphalt and lifted a benign, expectant face skyward, like the good-guy earthling in a flying-saucer movie.”
“Many of the more impressive flying-saucer reports originated with commercial airline pilots, many of whom had combat flying experience and were regarded as highly credible observers. 1952, the year America tested its first hydrogen bomb, was a landmark year for flying-saucer sightings.”
“By 1954, military authorities admitted that pilots were reporting between five and ten flying-saucer sightings per night – this at a time when air traffic was a mere trickle of what it has become.”
“Another way it is embarrassing is in its alternatingly social-climby awe and doyenne-ish superciliousness about people's expensive houses and co-ops, fretted-over renovations (which underpaid laborers do), ultra-chic gardens and pools, and humorously erudite food and furnishings taste, not to mention its unwavering yearly coverage of that Central Park event where all the women wear those flying-saucer hats.”
“And last week one of his obituaries mentioned that he wanted a message carved onto a wall on the Grand Canyon, for flying-saucer creatures to see.”
“But like flying-saucer cultists, many right-wingers would much rather create an alternate universe in which the Times and its reporters are covert Democratic operatives than recognize the courage of both Judy Miller and the newspaper for which she works.”
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