I WANT TO BELIEVE, but this just aint doin' it for me History Channel.
The only thing I want to believe is that the user "James Woods" is actually the actor James Woods.
And the History Channel has never even touched upon that subject.
"Scientific explanations don't satisfy many ufologists."
Uhhh ... so our options here are between an asteroid and a nuclear powered spaceship crash? Really? Wouldn't we find bits of spaceship or something? Or, I dunno, another spaceship would come and be like "wtf guys, where are our friends"?
In order to make this spaceship scenario believable, I'm going to need the History Channel to devote a 1 hour special to explain the hypothetical physical makeup of the ship and a detailed roundup of their hypothetical culture, to explain away these two holes.
NO! It was Nikola Tesla's Terrestrial Standing Waves!
|Binro the Heretic |
This is just about all the History Channel has on its lineup, anymore.
- Shows about UFOs & aliens
- Shows about bigfoot
- Shows about ghosts
- Shows about the antichrist
- Shows about the Freemasons
- Shows about Nostradamus
Occasionally, they might break it up with "Ice Road Truckers." "Deadliest Catch" or some other boring shit about people doing everyday work.
They've gone from being one of the most informative and intellectual networks on the air to being the TV equivalent of The Weekly World News.
And that's why technically they're obliged to refer to themselves as "History" instead of "The History Channel" now...I guess.
History Channel has never been informative and intellectual, unless you really wanted to learn about World War II.
You left out the twelve hours daily dedicated to Hitler, Hitler's generals, fighting Hitler's generals, and fighter Hitler's generals *in color for the first time*.
Sigh... I miss the days when A&E was the "All-Hitler Network."
That was about the same era when Lifetime was "The Cagney & Lacey Channel."
Oh, also R. Lee Ermey's Occasionally History-Related Gun & Bomb Splostravaganza that I won't make too much fun of because he could probably kick my ass.
I'm having trouble reconciling these facts:
1. My Dad is a Freemason
2. Every time my Dad comes back from a hunting camp, he thinks he saw a UFO in the woods (probably while drunk)
|pressed peanut sweepings |
Judging from the preview image, I figured they'd blame the explosion on Yog-Sothoth.
Yog-Sothoth are responsible for the explosion at the southern end of the Earth.
From time to time i do catch one or two good shows on HC, but yeah, this crap filled most of their time, same for Discovery channel. National Geographic channel is the next victim for sure.
This series called "The Universe" was on literally all day yesterday, and I watched it for like 5 hours, it was pretty alright. Very informative and interesting, if a little repetitive from episode to episode. That was the frist interesting thing I watched on that channel since like 2004.
|infinite zest |
FUCK YOU SCIENTIST!
When are they own up and rename it the Hitler & Bigfoot Channel.
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