Nat Geo is the shit — literally

Posted in Culture of Lickspittle at 9:34 am by George Smith

Continuing in yesterday’s vein, the LA Times blogging ninnies jump on the bandwagon, because talking about how many American believe in really stupid things and how American entertainment cleverly caters to them is just so … much … fun! As opposed to demoralizing.


Not only do more than 80 million Americans believe that UFOs exist, many are not afraid of an alien drop-in, according to a new study.

As part of its new “Chasing UFOs” series, the National Geographic Channel conducted a poll to assess Americans’ views on the paranormal. The study found that 11% of those polled firmly believed they’d spotted a UFO.

In addition, most of those polls said they would regard a minor alien invasion as only a minor inconvenience. And most expect the visitors to be “E.T.”-type friendly, according to a news release on the study.

Number of stories on National Geographic’s Alien invasion/Chasing UFO’s garbage in the Google news tab: 6,400.

That’s a gold medal record for dog excrement!

“The ‘Aliens Among Us’ survey was conducted with a random nationwide sample of 1,114 Americans from May 21 to 29. The margin of error is plus or minus 2.9%.” it reads. “‘Chasing UFOs’ will premiere at 9 p.m. Friday on the National Geographic Channel.”

And they are not worth the dust a rude wind might blow in their faces.

In the real world, SCOTUS screwed over the Tough Crowd in upholding Obamacare. Civil society 1, Heevahavas 0, at least for now.

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