The UFO in our back yard

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‘On October 6, 2018 at 7:30 p.m., my grandson and I were descending the 76 about 10 miles east of the Pala Casino in the Valley Center region in my truck. We were returning from a Scouting event at Camp Mataguay in Warner Springs.’

‘It was dark at the time and there was light drizzle. Suddenly, to our immediate left, there was green light swirling within clear view of our vehicle. The light was bright and alarmed the both of us. It stopped within a few moments. About 5 seconds later, the light started up again but much more intense and partially surrounding my truck, as if, I was driving through it. It looked like thick bands of light that were swirling back and forth and up and down.’

  • Date: 2018-10-11T06:51:41Z
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NASA Admin Thinks We’ll Find Aliens Within 10 to 20 Years

Ellen Stofan, the chief scientist for NASA, thinks we’ll discover aliens sooner rather than later. It’ll happen possibly within the next 10 years, but no more than 20.

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  • Publisher: Medium
  • Date: 2018-09-28T15:19:40.926Z
  • Author: Pamela J Cady
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Everything we know about the mysterious cult

During Wednesday’s premiere of the hit CW show, fans got a glimpse of some of the weird rituals related to the Farm, which has been described as a cult, when some of the Farm’s members gathered in the Coopers’ backyard. Now that Alice Cooper is as suckered in as her daughter Polly, it’s only a matter of time before fans get to see more of the Farm.

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The exact details surrounding the Farm are unknown. Polly moves to the Farm during the second season when the Black Hood becomes a threat. She gives birth to her twins ‘ Juniper and Dagwood ‘ there but doesn’t tell her family. Betty then accuses the Farm of being a cult, but Polly denies it.

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  • Author: Anjelica Oswald
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Wells Fargo touts good deeds to get back in lawmakers’ good graces

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Tired of being cast as the poster child for big banks behaving badly, Wells Fargo & Co has been expanding its presence in the nation’s capital to convince lawmakers it has changed and talking up its charitable work in their districts.

In the past the bank’s lobbying efforts had been modest, but over the past 18 months, Wells Fargo has added more than 15 people to its Washington team, tripling its size, and is still hiring. The bank has also contracted big-name firms including Ogilvy and Federal Street Strategies, whose principals previously worked for powerful lawmakers, financial regulators or President Donald Trump, according to interviews and filings reviewed by Reuters.

  • Publisher: U.S.
  • Date: 2018-10-11T05:21:41+0000
  • Author: Imani Moise
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Jamie Lee Curtis swings back at Fox News on guns: ‘I fully support the Second Amendment’

Pointing to’several of the actress’ tweets’calling for action after mass shootings in Orlando and Texas, the report called’Curtis “one of several Hollywood actors who use firearms in their films while preaching against them away from the set.”

That’s a bunch of nonsense, says Curtis.'”It was just silly,’because they were trying to make a point without ever asking me what I really think,” the 59-year-old actress told USA TODAY during an interview Wednesday afternoon. “And what I think might surprise them.”

That doesn’t make her anti-gun, she clarifies. “I fully support the Bill of Rights. And fully support the Second Amendment. And have absolutely no problem with people owning firearms if they have been trained, licensed, a background check has been conducted, a pause button has been pushed to give time for that process to take place. And they have to renew their license just like we do with automobiles’which are weapons also.”

NFL Week 6 odds, picks: Steelers beat Bengals to get back in playoff race; Browns outlast Chargers

It’s Steelers-Bengals Week, y’all. Recent history favors Pittsburgh, which has won the last six meetings, but Cincinnati is playing some of its best football in several years. And if the Bengals find a way to win on Sunday afternoon, they’ll move to 5-1, their best start since 2015, when they bolted to an 8-0 start. A win will also put them three games up on the Steelers, whose playoff hopes will be immeasurably more difficult should they fall to 2-3-1.

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