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If people from the past had the technology we have today

A photoshop contest over at fark.com included this image:


(Originally pictured: John Travolta.)

BONUS: TV station KRQE News 13 has a look at the Scientology compound built into the side of a mountain in New Mexico, including a shot of what some have referred to as the "mothership recognition symbol":

The story is about a compound hidden deep in a remote part of New Mexico. Among other interesting features are markings in the landscape that can only be seen from the air and a vault built into a mountain side. In the meantime, the Church of Spiritual Technology is doing all it can to stop this story from hitting the airwaves. They and their attorney sat down with News 13 to try to convince us this story should stay private. (story) (video)

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  1. nifty. but I swear that male news anchor, Dick Knipfing, is an alien.

    kinda neat how that station's voiceover dude is the same one used by 680, and I would assume by 95.7 as well.

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  2. Yup, that's Mitch Craig. When we training on the computers in September, just pushing buttons and seeing what happened, I hit the "Afternoon news with Scott Simpson and Erica Munn" stinger, and was... like... WOW ... that is SO COOL ... Play that AGAIN. Big ballsy voice-man sayin' my name. Yeah, he does a lot of work.

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