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October 30, 1938: Just Me and My Radio

It’s easy from the comfort of our 21st century recliners to dismiss the mass hysteria of an earlier generation as so many Chicken Littles or Turkey Lurkeys, afraid of their own shadows. 544 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

October 24, 1886: Aliens, the South American Way

It was a dark and stormy night — “rainy ;and tempestuous” as one observer would describe it. Of course, rain and tempest would not be that unusual for a place like Maracaibo, Venezuela. 300 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

RECAP: Global Elitists Kissing Ass with Alien Entities

In the grand scheme if things elitists believe they are privy to the secrets of the universe and know the true G*D. I call him ‘Mork’ but elitists know who I am talking about. 1,302 more words

Asia

What Do Martians Look Like?

As Catch a Falling Star was a science-fictiony sort of comedy, one of the questions that I have pursued in internet research is the one I have presented here in the title of this picture-and-Paffooney-filled post.  207 more words

Humor

Independence Day: Resurgence

Independence Day: Resurgence

Directed By: Roland Emmerich

Grade: C-

The aliens return to cause more humanity ending havoc in this sequel to Independence Day. I have to say I loved the first movie. 350 more words

Movies

Top 10: Alien Invasion Films

With Independence Day: Resurgence hitting the cinemas this week, The Snooty Ushers have put together our Top 10 Alien Invasion films. 2,550 more words

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The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey

The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey was a great book. It incorporated suspense, entertainment and was overall very compelling for young teen readers.

The book begins with sixteen year old Cassie, one of the few surviving humans of the four other waves that aliens, known as the Others, have created in order to kill all humans on Earth. 804 more words

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