Laughing at Bullets: Jokes Aliens Tell About Us

(With some terrestrial comments)

• Earthling sidles up to the Bar. He’s asked if he wants the Fruit of Knowledge or the Fruit of Life. “Neither,” he says, ”my science says they don’t exist and my religion forbids me from partaking.”

“Well, we have a kids’ menu…”

• Earthlings are smart. At the latest Interstellar Science Conference, Neil deGrasse Tyson proved the conference didn’t exist. Very persuasive fellow. Lots of gravitas. We gave him a silent ovation out of politeness.

• John the Baptist tells Advanced Visitors ”Repent!”

“But I’m a robot. My companion, however, is fully submersible and plagued with glitches.”

• Funniest Earthling theories about why we’re here:

~ ”They want our shiny rocks!” (Gold, etc.)

~ ”They want our highly inefficient labor!”

~ ”They want our under-powered, easily distracted minds!”

~ ”They’re jealous of our amazingly stupid self-centered culture!”

~ ”They want our precious DNA we shed everywhere.”

~ ”They want our precious sperm we cast about.”

~ ”If you build it they will come. And if we build it big enough we can defeat them and take their technology and kill them all!”

• Do you ever wonder why God created such a vast universe with so many different forms of life just to be a backdrop and supporting cast for Great Story of Earth and Humanity?

No? Then you must not be from around here.

• Bullets.

(That’s it, just the word bullets by itself is some kind of inside joke to them or a dismissive term similar to our “bullshit.” My best guess is that ”bullets” means any vain stupid thing or idea that makes you feel strong and right but really doesn’t mean shit and actually makes you an asshole for thinking it does.)

• Earthlings long to explore space and not find anything better lest they be unable to kill it. Nothing is more disturbing to them than something they can’t kill.

• They say a bad alien is one who frightens them that they are living wrong and need to adhere to the highest ethical codes of their religions, philosophies, and science, and that a good alien is one who secretly gives them technology to help them kill their enemies and their planet.

So yeah, we’re evil.

Very evil.

Creative Civil Disobedience Project: Bum-Rush Area 51!

Several thousand people in several thousand vehicles head straight for the main entrance, guns blazing with rubber bullets if need be.  What’s that one little security truck on the hill going to do?

“Use of deadly force is authorized”?  Ok, so we’ll have plenty of real bullets in addition to our rubber bullets.

Plus lots of cameras and journalists and live internet feeds to record the assault.

Meanwhile, throughout the desert surrounding Area 51, thousands of activists gather around the perimeter, feinting an attack from multiple directions. All at once, they release thousands of helium balloons and Chinese lanterns with long strips of aluminum foil attached (so as to create false radar signals).which overwhelm the base’s air defense systems.

Hidden among these thousands of false radar signals are highly motivated activists in Ultra-lights and one-man helicopters for the aerial assault.

In conjunction with the ground and air assault on Area 51 itself, another group of highly motivated activists disrupts all Janet Airlines flights from Las Vegas to Area 51, thus preventing the security forces from being reinforced or relieved.

The only sticking point, as I see it, is the possible use of attack helicopters and fighter jets by the government–assuming they’re willing to massacre thousands of US citizens on camera, which I bloody doubt… Anyone got any Stinger Missiles?

Let’s roll!