UFO Filmed Over Paris France
Since it's Friday, I plan on airing all of my grievances, so today I will focus on everything that "Grinds my gears." That being said, want to know what really grinds my gears? When people film UFO orbs and then have to deal with Douche Lords telling them that what they caught on camera was a Chinese Lantern. It's a complete insult to the poor soul who had to rush out into their backyard at 2:30am wishing none of their neighbors would see them with a ratty robe, clay face masque, and curlers in their hair. Unfortunately, I know this feeling all to well. It happened to me once and it is really annoying. It's a complete insult to your intelligence.
When I decided to post one of my videos I had to deal with the same shiz. I made the mistake of posting my fireball orb video on youtube. I encountered all sorts of geniuses telling that they were Chinese Lanterns. Then proceeding to tell me what Chinese Lanterns are and how they work. SIGH..... I feel for this person in Paris. It has to be the most annoying thing to hear, after you film something as exciting as that. Especially when you are in the middle of the night, running out of your home, risking your neighbors seeing you look like a supermodel on vacation. With a beat up old robe and no makeup. Not to mention the fact that you're by yourself staring into the sky like you just saw Brad and Angelina walk by you at your local grocery store.
I can assure you, when someone films something like this, the last thing they want to hear is that it's a F'ing Chinese Lantern. Come on people! Don't you think after 5 seconds of watching Chinese Lanterns, a person would realize they're Chinese Lanterns! Orbs pulsate and move as it they are intelligently controlled and sometimes they interact with other orbs if there is more than one present. Also, who the hell would be in their backyard late at night, alone, lighting off Chinese Lanterns to celebrate their most recent promotion at the office?
Back to the reason for this post, someone in Paris, France caught a UFO orb on film and they had to make a point to say that it was NOT a Chinese Lantern. Which makes me believe they probably showed this to a lot of their friends, who choose to still have blinders on to the real world. This person's friends probably told them that it must be a Chinese Lantern because there is no other explanation for such a thing. Sorry, I know I shouldn't make assumptions, but I really bet this is what went down after the person showed a few people. Anyways, I posted a link to the story below.