Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Blue Fuzz

Unexplained Blue Cloud Floats, Darts Around Customers At Gas Station. Witness: 'It Gives Me Chills'

Fuzzy thinking or a piece of fuzz?

The blue cloud has been referred to as an angel, a blue plastic bag from Walmart, and even a malevolent energy cloud from Star Trek.

What do you think it is?


nanc said...

displaced trekkie?

cube said...

Do you mean:

Hail, hail, fire and snow.
Call the angel, we will go.
Far away, for to see,
Friendly Angel come to me.

Only it wasn't a friendly angel at all, but a Gorgan, a non-corporeal life-form?

Brooke said...

Ha! I say hook up a big fan and blow the gaseous anomaly away!

Jen said...

Maybe it's the plastic bag from "American Beauty," only now it's dead and this is its ghost?

nanc said...

no, i was thinking more like someone didn't get ALL THE WAY beamed up...

cube said...

brooke: I think they should wipe down the security camera lens.

jen: Never saw AB, but a ghostly bag should at the very least have it's own show on SciFi channel ;-)

nanc: ah, now I get what you mean.
I've heard of transporter accidents when the molecules are put back in the wrong places (yukky mess), and when the molecular structure is copied, but never having them turned into a blue gaseous entity. Not bad for a non-Trekkie, nanc.

Shover Robot said...

I had heard about this on the radio and the angel expert on there said she didn't believe it was an angel because they don't hover around gas stations.

They only come around to warn of up coming events, so she called it one of those phenomenons and not an angel.

cube said...

shover: I've never even heard of a angel expert.