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  Reply # 1058101 2-Jun-2014 16:59
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andrewNZ:
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andrewNZ: The simplest answer is usually correct.


Aliens then.

No, Aliens are complicated... I've never understood them.


But you have met them too?



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  Reply # 1058111 2-Jun-2014 17:17
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Geektastic:
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Geektastic: Black Helicopters


... because orange is the new black?


Because helicopters have lights.


Helicopters have navigation lights , these didn't 




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  Reply # 1058118 2-Jun-2014 17:48
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Maybe you have Old3eyes and were seeing things?



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  Reply # 1058129 2-Jun-2014 18:20
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TimA: Maybe you have Old3eyes and were seeing things?

 

In that case me and 5 others  :-)




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  Reply # 1058784 3-Jun-2014 19:45
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old3eyes:
Geektastic:
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Geektastic: Black Helicopters


... because orange is the new black?


Because helicopters have lights.


Helicopters have navigation lights , these didn't 


They turn them off in Stealth Modeā€¦





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  Reply # 1060799 7-Jun-2014 11:02
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old3eyes: We got home about 9.10PM last nite and wife says "Come and look at this"    Saw coming  from the Rotorua direction over Pyes Pa  a  bright orange  light traveling  toward the kaimis.  Just as it was   about to vanish there was another and then a third from the same direction.   Each one stayed visible for about 3 minutes.  Thought  that they may have been Chines lanterns but as these were traveling at aircraft speed and there was no wind I ruled them out.   There  was no noise from these items.

The wife did a Google search and found a similar incidence at the end of 2012 in the same area.

Anyone else see this??

Local area 51??


I was talking to a friend in Papamoa the other day and he claimed he saw the same thing. South-south west about the same date and approximate time. Orange lights.


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