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#426 - do you seriously watch that 08/03/2011 on Gameboy Color Nostalgia. +2
#4 - did you realize that grabbing a calculator wasn't a step, just…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/03/2011 on mind blown 0
User avatar #5 - TheDane (08/03/2011) [-]
I did.
#123 - wat the fuck 08/02/2011 on is it just me 0
#117 - i saw him in NY filming, my phone died out of battery so i cou…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/02/2011 on is it just me 0
#150 - CovertJordan (08/03/2011) [-]
Cant wait :D
#66 - i went on that two  [+] (1 new reply) 08/02/2011 on is it just me 0
User avatar #68 - razeme (08/02/2011) [-]
too*
#62 - i completly forgot that the statue of liberty was a neurilizer 08/02/2011 on is it just me +2
#59 - well that's not exactly how it works cause the neutralizer bri…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/02/2011 on is it just me 0
User avatar #78 - davidispissed (08/02/2011) [-]
quick grab him hes one of them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#49 - i think that one's just you  [+] (1 new reply) 08/02/2011 on is it just me +1
#51 - Rome has deleted their comment.
#44 - copy and paste bro from wiki 08/02/2011 on is it just me +1
#41 - More prosaically, Clark cites Bill Moore, who asserts that &qu…  [+] (5 new replies) 08/02/2011 on is it just me +6
#64 - adrowningfish (08/02/2011) [-]
Holy Fucking Shit.
#58 - midgetpornstar has deleted their comment.
User avatar #55 - blarde (08/02/2011) [-]
tl;dr. xD
#43 - anonymous (08/02/2011) [-]
Jesus man...
User avatar #44 - magebrawl (08/02/2011) [-]
copy and paste bro from wiki
#40 - Although the phenomenon was initially and most frequently repo…  [+] (6 new replies) 08/02/2011 on is it just me +6
User avatar #41 - magebrawl (08/02/2011) [-]
More prosaically, Clark cites Bill Moore, who asserts that "the Men in Black are really government agents in disguise ... members of a rather bizarre unit of Air Force Intelligence known currently as the Air Force Special Activities Center (AFSAC) ... As of 1991, the AFSAC, headquartered in Fort Belvoir, Virginia," and "under the operational authority of Air Force Intelligence Command centered at Kelly Air Force Base in Texas." (Clark, 321–22) Curiously, Moore also reports that AFSAC was inspired by the tales of Men in Black from the 1950s, and had nothing to do with those early accounts. Similarly, Clark notes that Dr. Michael D. Swords has speculated that the Barker/Bender Men in Black case (occurring shortly after the CIA-directed Robertson Panel issued its recommendations to spy on civilian UFO groups) might have been a psychological warfare experiment. In his article, "Gray Barker: My Friend, the Myth-Maker," John C. Sherwood claims that at age 18, he cooperated when Gray Barker urged him in the late 1960s to develop a hoax - which Barker subsequently published - about what Barker called "blackmen," three mysterious UFO inhabitants who silenced Sherwood's pseudonymous identity, "Dr. Richard H. Pratt." Men in Black (1997), starring Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith as Agent K and Agent J, was based on Lowell Cunningham's comic book about a secret organization that monitors and suppresses paranormal activity on Earth - The Men in Black from Aircel Comics. The film was followed by Men in Black: The Series and its 2002 sequel Men in Black II. Men in Black III is scheduled to be released in 2012.[5] Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, who published the comic book, took the property to Sony to become a billion-dollar film franchise.[6] Will Smith made a song called "Men in Black" for the movie Men in Black in 1997.
#64 - adrowningfish (08/02/2011) [-]
Holy Fucking Shit.
#58 - midgetpornstar has deleted their comment.
User avatar #55 - blarde (08/02/2011) [-]
tl;dr. xD
#43 - anonymous (08/02/2011) [-]
Jesus man...
User avatar #44 - magebrawl (08/02/2011) [-]
copy and paste bro from wiki
#39 - According to the accounts of those reporting encountering them…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/02/2011 on is it just me +6
User avatar #40 - magebrawl (08/02/2011) [-]
Although the phenomenon was initially and most frequently reported in the 1950s and 1960s, some researchers—John Keel and others—have suggested similarities between Men in Black reports and earlier demonic accounts. Keel suggests that MiBs are a modern-day manifestation of the same phenomena that were earlier interpreted as the devil or encounters with fairies. Similarly, folklorist Peter Rojcewicz[3] noted that many Men in Black accounts parallel tales of people encountering the devil: Neither Men in Black nor the devil are quite human, and witnesses often discover this fact midway through an encounter. The meaning of this parallel, however, has been the subject of debate. Even so, the term "the black man" was used for centuries in reference to the Devil,[citation needed] up until contemporary times when "black man" was used to replace the term "Negro" and the satanic sense was lost. In witchcraft trials "The Black Man" was often reported as meeting with the accused and having sexual intercourse with them. In Washington Irving's story "The Devil and Tom Walker" set in 1727, Irving tells how Tom asks "the black man" who he is. The man says he goes by many names and is called the black miner sometimes or the black woodsman. He says that since the Indians are gone, he presides over the persecutions of various religious sects, supports slave-dealers and is the master of the Salem witches. Tom replies that he must be "Old Scratch", which is another name for the devil, and the black man acknowledges that he is Old Scratch. In 1932, H. P. Lovecraft also used the figure of The Black Man in his tale "The Dreams in the Witch-House" as a synonym for the Devil, but also uses the term and description for Nyarlathotep, a malevolent entity of his own creation. In the Middle Ages The Black Man was not a man with African features, but rather a man colored black and dressed in black.
User avatar #41 - magebrawl (08/02/2011) [-]
More prosaically, Clark cites Bill Moore, who asserts that "the Men in Black are really government agents in disguise ... members of a rather bizarre unit of Air Force Intelligence known currently as the Air Force Special Activities Center (AFSAC) ... As of 1991, the AFSAC, headquartered in Fort Belvoir, Virginia," and "under the operational authority of Air Force Intelligence Command centered at Kelly Air Force Base in Texas." (Clark, 321–22) Curiously, Moore also reports that AFSAC was inspired by the tales of Men in Black from the 1950s, and had nothing to do with those early accounts. Similarly, Clark notes that Dr. Michael D. Swords has speculated that the Barker/Bender Men in Black case (occurring shortly after the CIA-directed Robertson Panel issued its recommendations to spy on civilian UFO groups) might have been a psychological warfare experiment. In his article, "Gray Barker: My Friend, the Myth-Maker," John C. Sherwood claims that at age 18, he cooperated when Gray Barker urged him in the late 1960s to develop a hoax - which Barker subsequently published - about what Barker called "blackmen," three mysterious UFO inhabitants who silenced Sherwood's pseudonymous identity, "Dr. Richard H. Pratt." Men in Black (1997), starring Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith as Agent K and Agent J, was based on Lowell Cunningham's comic book about a secret organization that monitors and suppresses paranormal activity on Earth - The Men in Black from Aircel Comics. The film was followed by Men in Black: The Series and its 2002 sequel Men in Black II. Men in Black III is scheduled to be released in 2012.[5] Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, who published the comic book, took the property to Sony to become a billion-dollar film franchise.[6] Will Smith made a song called "Men in Black" for the movie Men in Black in 1997.
#64 - adrowningfish (08/02/2011) [-]
Holy Fucking Shit.
#58 - midgetpornstar has deleted their comment.
User avatar #55 - blarde (08/02/2011) [-]
tl;dr. xD
#43 - anonymous (08/02/2011) [-]
Jesus man...
User avatar #44 - magebrawl (08/02/2011) [-]
copy and paste bro from wiki
#38 - Men in Black (MIB), in popular culture and in UFO conspiracy t…  [+] (9 new replies) 08/02/2011 on is it just me +6
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User avatar #39 - magebrawl (08/02/2011) [-]
According to the accounts of those reporting encountering them, Men in Black always seem to have detailed information on the persons they contact, as if the individual had been under surveillance for a long period of time. They have been described as seeming confused by the nature of everyday items such as pens, eating utensils or food, as well as using outdated slang, though accounts on the behavior of Men in Black vary widely. Accounts indicate that they often claim to be from an agency collecting information on the unexplained phenomenon their subject has encountered. In other accounts, they seem to be trying to suppress information by, for instance, trying to convince their subject the phenomenon never existed. They have been described as behaving in either an exceedingly furtive manner or a completely outgoing one, with wide grins and disconcerting giggles.[2] In the UFO research community the Men in Black often claim to be from the U.S. Air Force or the CIA. Those who have encountered them say they produce identification, but when verification is later sought, the people described either do not exist, have been dead for some time, or do exist but have a different rank.Some ufologists[who?] believe that Men in Black are in fact either aliens or androids conllorted by aliens. According to this theory, they are sent out in order to cover up alien activity on Earth. All oddities in their appearance and/or behavior may be explained by the Men in Black's extraterrestrial origin and their unfamiliarity with norms of the human society.
User avatar #40 - magebrawl (08/02/2011) [-]
Although the phenomenon was initially and most frequently reported in the 1950s and 1960s, some researchers—John Keel and others—have suggested similarities between Men in Black reports and earlier demonic accounts. Keel suggests that MiBs are a modern-day manifestation of the same phenomena that were earlier interpreted as the devil or encounters with fairies. Similarly, folklorist Peter Rojcewicz[3] noted that many Men in Black accounts parallel tales of people encountering the devil: Neither Men in Black nor the devil are quite human, and witnesses often discover this fact midway through an encounter. The meaning of this parallel, however, has been the subject of debate. Even so, the term "the black man" was used for centuries in reference to the Devil,[citation needed] up until contemporary times when "black man" was used to replace the term "Negro" and the satanic sense was lost. In witchcraft trials "The Black Man" was often reported as meeting with the accused and having sexual intercourse with them. In Washington Irving's story "The Devil and Tom Walker" set in 1727, Irving tells how Tom asks "the black man" who he is. The man says he goes by many names and is called the black miner sometimes or the black woodsman. He says that since the Indians are gone, he presides over the persecutions of various religious sects, supports slave-dealers and is the master of the Salem witches. Tom replies that he must be "Old Scratch", which is another name for the devil, and the black man acknowledges that he is Old Scratch. In 1932, H. P. Lovecraft also used the figure of The Black Man in his tale "The Dreams in the Witch-House" as a synonym for the Devil, but also uses the term and description for Nyarlathotep, a malevolent entity of his own creation. In the Middle Ages The Black Man was not a man with African features, but rather a man colored black and dressed in black.
User avatar #41 - magebrawl (08/02/2011) [-]
More prosaically, Clark cites Bill Moore, who asserts that "the Men in Black are really government agents in disguise ... members of a rather bizarre unit of Air Force Intelligence known currently as the Air Force Special Activities Center (AFSAC) ... As of 1991, the AFSAC, headquartered in Fort Belvoir, Virginia," and "under the operational authority of Air Force Intelligence Command centered at Kelly Air Force Base in Texas." (Clark, 321–22) Curiously, Moore also reports that AFSAC was inspired by the tales of Men in Black from the 1950s, and had nothing to do with those early accounts. Similarly, Clark notes that Dr. Michael D. Swords has speculated that the Barker/Bender Men in Black case (occurring shortly after the CIA-directed Robertson Panel issued its recommendations to spy on civilian UFO groups) might have been a psychological warfare experiment. In his article, "Gray Barker: My Friend, the Myth-Maker," John C. Sherwood claims that at age 18, he cooperated when Gray Barker urged him in the late 1960s to develop a hoax - which Barker subsequently published - about what Barker called "blackmen," three mysterious UFO inhabitants who silenced Sherwood's pseudonymous identity, "Dr. Richard H. Pratt." Men in Black (1997), starring Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith as Agent K and Agent J, was based on Lowell Cunningham's comic book about a secret organization that monitors and suppresses paranormal activity on Earth - The Men in Black from Aircel Comics. The film was followed by Men in Black: The Series and its 2002 sequel Men in Black II. Men in Black III is scheduled to be released in 2012.[5] Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, who published the comic book, took the property to Sony to become a billion-dollar film franchise.[6] Will Smith made a song called "Men in Black" for the movie Men in Black in 1997.
#64 - adrowningfish (08/02/2011) [-]
Holy Fucking Shit.
#58 - midgetpornstar has deleted their comment.
User avatar #55 - blarde (08/02/2011) [-]
tl;dr. xD
#43 - anonymous (08/02/2011) [-]
Jesus man...
User avatar #44 - magebrawl (08/02/2011) [-]
copy and paste bro from wiki
#35 - exactly why its mind blowing and men in black was a superstiti… 08/02/2011 on is it just me +4
#33 - that also means your mom is amazing at beatboxing 08/02/2011 on is it just me +2
#29 - we only have the movie base our evidence that it is real, and …  [+] (1 new reply) 08/02/2011 on is it just me 0
#30 - izaac (08/02/2011) [-]
Touche my good sir, touche.
#317 - in korea mcdonalds delivers even at midnight 07/30/2011 on Such a Difficult Life +2
#473 - during the first few, i was looking for a fail or a win so i j… 07/28/2011 on Weather host 0
#1 - fuck you im all crying again  [+] (1 new reply) 07/16/2011 on Your childhood is gone. +3
User avatar #2 - baconnator (07/16/2011) [-]
same =(
#4 - well i drank so much it quenched my thirst 06/18/2011 on BAMF 0
#2 - oh i just got a random picture of skim milk 06/17/2011 on BAMF 0
#117 - Comment deleted 05/22/2011 on 90's 0
#289 - i pass thanks to James Rolfe from AVGN and my asshole brother 05/18/2011 on Video game quiz 0
#1 - Repost much 03/04/2011 on Holy Shit +2
#249 - watever they so big and i found oc 02/09/2011 on text sucks redone +1
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