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LincolnGenghis   posted:8/29/2011 11:45:34 PM  (Reply)
I can't find any hunting regulation or law against it in all my searching.I mean, if they are not from here they are not human. They are not on any kind of protected animal list, they would not even be considered an earth animal.I think they would be fair game year round, Bow season, rifle season, musket season, pistol season and heck if you find one in the water I would say spear fishing also. (No limit to speak of, I don't even think it would be wrong shine them and shoot them at night)The closest match that I could find as far as regulations is not even in the same ballpark. Evidentally there were some do-gooders in a pacific northwest state that made it illeagal to shoot BigFoot.If anyone knows of any law that would preclude me from shooting aliens let me know.I would love to have one of those bug eyed greys stuffed and mounted on my wall.
LincolnGenghis   posted:8/30/2011 12:21:12 AM  (Reply)
Any hunting tips would be helful.So far what I have worked out, and now these are just assumptions.I am assuming from the size of those bug eyes they must have pretty good night vision so a bright spotlight shined directly in there eyes should temporarily blind them and freeze them up momentarily like a deer in the headlights which would give me ample time to take a shot.From the size of those little nostrals I don't think they have a good sense of smell so I don't think I would need a scent lock suit.They don't seem to have much in the way of ears either so I don't think they can hear very well.The skin looks like it might be kind of tuff like a lizard so I think a good full metal jacket bullet would probably be best.I also think wearing some kind of EMF shielded helmet would probably also be a good Idea.
JOSMAN087   posted:8/30/2011 3:46:19 AM  (Reply)
(sigh) wow if this was ment to be a joke, i didnt find it funny, just depressing.  And we wonder why when they take ppl they do it secretly.  If you find one, take a picture first or study them atleast b4 u go shooting.  It is still to be seen if they could actually help us.
LincolnGenghis   posted:8/30/2011 4:38:53 AM  (Reply)
Ahh its all part of the master plan, some of my friends have been working on this. If the Government actually thinks there are a bunch of crazy rednecks that want to shoot at aliens for sport this will cause something to happen. If you see some weird legislation pop up regarding it , that will be about the most confirmation from the gov that they exist and they know about them we will ever get. (Well actually until one publicly lands someplace.)After all why would they make a move to protect something they did not believe themselves existed.  
jaguarsky   posted:8/30/2011 11:08:08 AM  (Reply)
Well, here's the rub darlin'; in most state hunting laws it says you must clearly identify the "animal" before you shoot. Now, since aliens are an unknown species, they clearly cannot be identified. But good luck with your theory, it doesn't hold much water but hey, what the heck.
spiritech0   posted:8/30/2011 12:19:06 PM  (Reply)
Try "Dulce Base". The entrance is within "Alice City". Fortify your psi-tech and have fun.
JOSMAN087   posted:8/30/2011 12:56:34 PM  (Reply)
lol, i will say, if you can shoot one we would all like to see it.  Just say i thought you were a deer.
wavygravy7   posted:8/30/2011 3:02:56 PM  (Reply)
Already Passed by Congress On October 5, 1982, Dr. Brain T. Clifford of the Pentagon announced at a press conference (“The Star”, New York, Oct. 5, 1982) that contact between U.S. citizens and extra-terrestrials or their vehicles is strictly illegal. According to a law already on the books (Title 14, Section 1211 of the Code of Federal Regulations, adopted on July 16, 1969, before the Apollo moon shots), anyone guilty of such contact automatically becomes a wanted criminal to be jailed for one year and fined $5,000.So there you cannot even contact them,much less kill them.
skywatcher330   posted:8/30/2011 4:42:13 PM  (Reply)

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wavygravy7  posted:8/30/2011 3:02:56 PM  (Reply)
Already Passed by Congress On October 5, 1982, Dr. Brain T. Clifford of the Pentagon announced at a press conference (“The Star”, New York, Oct. 5, 1982) that contact between U.S. citizens and extra-terrestrials or their vehicles is strictly illegal. According to a law already on the books (Title 14, Section 1211 of the Code of Federal Regulations, adopted on July 16, 1969, before the Apollo moon shots), anyone guilty of such contact automatically becomes a wanted criminal to be jailed for one year and fined $5,000.So there you cannot even contact them,much less kill them.
First off, if this law mentioned above were actually in effect the jails would be full. Every person claiming a close encounter would be interogated and charged, so this law obvi0ously isnt enforced but it is interesting that a law like this is on the books. Now, back to the alien hunt! For the record, according to some high ranking black ops officials, there are 9 different species of aliens that have visited, or are visiting this planet, most are friendly, but a couple not so much. The unfriendly reptilians who appear to be a warring, gnarly crew of aliens who take some twisted delight in abducting and holding captive we poor humans (and other alien species,) they deserve to have a bullet stuck somewhere in their lizard like hides. My advice when hunting this type is not to miss because if you do you'll find yourself either locked up in an Iron Maiden type device or killed and left in an oversized pickle jar. The easy part of taking one of these lads down is that they are big - 9 feet tall and slow moving - but watch your back and flanks as they usually travel in groups. If you plan on hunting the group known as the Ebens (see Project Serpo) don't risk it. They have a bacteria either in their blood or on their skin that is lethal to humans (see the crash in Vargina, Argentina). If I were hunting aliens I would go after the Greys as they seem to be the most plentiful and really do deserve to be shot between the eyes. The problem here - they all raise problems don't they? - is that the common Grey that people report is part machine and part living tissue so it might be like trying to take down The Terminator - you can pump them full of bullets but they just keep on comin! The best bet is to find the creators, or makers, of the Greys. These cats like to fart around in the woods wearing their black, one piece, tiight fitting nanotech suits (see Dr. Jonathan Reid). They're short, old, and slow moving but whatch out for this wand they carry that can rip you to shreds and turn you into a puddle of fat. Dr. Reid almost killed one with a bat but the funky suit it was wearing did the necessary repairs on its body and revived the creepy little guy. I like your idea and if you do manage to shoot one you will need to go on the lam for a few years (see Dr. Jonathan Reid). My advice: when you are on the lam, do shows, charging admission for people to see the body. You should be rewarded for your effort right?
LincolnGenghis   posted:8/30/2011 4:57:31 PM  (Reply)
Awsome follow up Wavy that was exactly what I was trying to find out.I suppose I could claim self defense due to an attempted abduction. (Might have a slight problem explaining the hunting gear though.)So basicly with good time served I would more than likely only get 6 months if convicted, and being they are not human  I don't think the Son of Sam law would apply so one paid interview would more than pay the fine and recoup lost wages while in jail. You know I think that might be worth it.I can't believe they actually passed a law for that. If the aliens do exist and are abducting unwilling people they should be considered in violation of Human rights abuses and subject to penelties themselves. (Hunting Season)All the idiots would really have to do is put a secret ad on craigslist for volenteers, I am sure they would get a whole line of crazies that would want to get probed for free.
skywatcher330   posted:8/30/2011 5:02:15 PM  (Reply)

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skywatcher330  posted:8/30/2011 4:42:13 PM  (Reply)
First off, if this law mentioned above were actually in effect the jails would be full. Every person claiming a close encounter would be interogated and charged, so this law obvi0ously isnt enforced but it is interesting that a law like this is on the books. Now, back to the alien hunt! For the record, according to some high ranking black ops officials, there are 9 different species of aliens that have visited, or are visiting this planet, most are friendly, but a couple not so much. The unfriendly reptilians who appear to be a warring, gnarly crew of aliens who take some twisted delight in abducting and holding captive we poor humans (and other alien species,) they deserve to have a bullet stuck somewhere in their lizard like hides. My advice when hunting this type is not to miss because if you do you'll find yourself either locked up in an Iron Maiden type device or killed and left in an oversized pickle jar. The easy part of taking one of these lads down is that they are big - 9 feet tall and slow moving - but watch your back and flanks as they usually travel in groups. If you plan on hunting the group known as the Ebens (see Project Serpo) don't risk it. They have a bacteria either in their blood or on their skin that is lethal to humans (see the crash in Vargina, Argentina). If I were hunting aliens I would go after the Greys as they seem to be the most plentiful and really do deserve to be shot between the eyes. The problem here - they all raise problems don't they? - is that the common Grey that people report is part machine and part living tissue so it might be like trying to take down The Terminator - you can pump them full of bullets but they just keep on comin! The best bet is to find the creators, or makers, of the Greys. These cats like to fart around in the woods wearing their black, one piece, tiight fitting nanotech suits (see Dr. Jonathan Reid). They're short, old, and slow moving but whatch out for this wand they carry that can rip you to shreds and turn you into a puddle of fat. Dr. Reid almost killed one with a bat but the funky suit it was wearing did the necessary repairs on its body and revived the creepy little guy. I like your idea and if you do manage to shoot one you will need to go on the lam for a few years (see Dr. Jonathan Reid). My advice: when you are on the lam, do shows, charging admission for people to see the body. You should be rewarded for your effort right?
For all you naysayers and haters out there if you think these visiting aliens are here to help, think again. The person who suggested camping out by the Dulce, NM entrance to their underground layer might be the best bet for encountering one of these badboys but if you mess up say hello to a cage on level 7 and get used to the idea of having your DNA tampered with which will likely result in you having either a pair of bat wings or a few extra limbs - it can't be a pleasant experience. Yes, the aliens are part of THAT freak show that, if it ever made it into the public eye, would be declared a crime against humanity. You wonder why America can't pay it bills? look no further than the trillion dollar black ops, many being joint ventures with our little funky friends.
skywatcher330   posted:8/30/2011 5:21:05 PM  (Reply)
Anyway Michael, I'm half kidding but I'm sure an alien/ human war is somewhere in the future - Cowboys and Aliens dude!
LincolnGenghis   posted:8/30/2011 5:27:01 PM  (Reply)
And Skywatcher thanks for the hunting tips, now I will have something to reseach.  I do have my heart set on bagging a grey, I think it would make a stunning mount. Hell I would give away the rest of the carcass after the taxidermist is done. Well minus any electronic components that look interesting if there are any. People could then do all the research they want on it , but they would be in for a fight trying to get the hide.
skywatcher330   posted:8/30/2011 5:52:21 PM  (Reply)
Whatever you do Mike try to get it on film especially the trip to the taxidermist; and if you ever take the hide on the road I'll pay my 2 bits to see THAT highdiving act. Persoanlly I like the idea of putting together a hardcore hunting team and storming one of those "secret" underground bases. By the way, your best bet for encountering something is either Dulce or the Uintah basin of Utah (if you havent checked out the book Hunt for the Skinwalker read it asap). One more tip: aliens have this thing for telepathy and affecting the levels of neurotransmitters in the brain - inducing panic, dread, sleep, etc. In other words, stay upwind and try not to think while you're popping in that magazine.
spiritech0   posted:8/30/2011 7:21:01 PM  (Reply)
I've got dibs on enough grey hide for a wallet! lol... Anyone dare to look up the lyrics to the heavy metal tracks in the following link? I think if you dont want to listen, its fine... But there's something in the words.... something......http://www.metalcastshow.com/episode-126-alternate-metal-vol-ii/
LincolnGenghis   posted:8/30/2011 11:18:10 PM  (Reply)
Well that is why I was thinking of getting some type of EMF sheilded helmet. According to popular myth they can affect your brain into compliance. Basiclly the brain and the whole human body is run by electric signals and if they match and control the freaquencies that would give them some type of edge or control over you. I think it would be a priceless vision seeing the look on one of their faces when they realize that the lion has outsmarted the hunter and they were now the one that was being hunted themselves. I would love to have a taxidermist preserve or replicate  that "Oh Crap " look on their face. the rest of the pose for the mount I would like to see the right hand raised in the live long and prosper gesture from Spock on Star Trek, and the left hand raised just enough to fit a bowl that I would consantly keep full of reese's pieces for guests. And for anyone before they get their undies in a bind, I do not hunt animals anymore, yes I grew up around hunting and guns all my life. I was trained and knew how to disassemble and clean a rifle before I got into mutiplication tables in school. I had a weird spiritual experience hunting one time when I was in my late teens and never hunted again. ALIENS DO NOT COUNT THOUGH, I THINK THEY ARE IN THE A CLASS PREDATOR CATEGOREY and I would love the oppertunity to bring one of them down. (No Guilt or shame in that one)So what is the deal with the Dulce or the Uintah basin of Utah? is that federal land ? I will have to look into that. I would love throwing a pile of dynamite down that hole kind of as a hello and start shooting things as they come up out of there. of course I would probably have to have some kind stake in some land around there to get the dynamite permit (for clearing out tree stumps of course)
LincolnGenghis   posted:8/31/2011 12:24:49 AM  (Reply)
And Spiritech I would try to save you some of the hide to make a wallet out of. That would mean that some of the real hide would be missing though so I think I would dress the thing up beach clothes to constantly remind me of summer during the winter months here.
JOSMAN087   posted:8/31/2011 3:47:56 AM  (Reply)
Having read the forum i retract my previous statement,  "Happy hunt'n, Burt!" <---- Fave. movie ever.   But seriously i just found a pkg done by fox news.  havent looked into it yet but maybe something you could look into.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8W60K_yiZU 
JOSMAN087   posted:8/31/2011 4:03:55 AM  (Reply)

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JOSMAN087  posted:8/31/2011 3:47:56 AM  (Reply)
Having read the forum i retract my previous statement,  "Happy hunt'n, Burt!" <---- Fave. movie ever.   But seriously i just found a pkg done by fox news.  havent looked into it yet but maybe something you could look into.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8W60K_yiZU 
Oh and if anyone believes "weekly world news"http://weeklyworldnews.com/headlines/26535/alien-spaceships-to-attack-earth-in-2011/
gary107   posted:8/31/2011 12:56:04 PM  (Reply)
Mike, would you "hunt" humans if you belieed they were "possessed" by ETs ?


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