Chris reports: "I saw a commercial on Monday night, May 20,  on WBDC Channel 50, Baltimore, MD. It featured a high school or college aged guy out fishing with his Dad. He takes some pictures of his Dad on the boat and has them developed at a Kodak lab. He gets his pictures and notices something above his Dad's head off in the distance. He says, 'I didn't see this before.' He next takes the pictures home and puts a disk into his PC.
"He brings the same picture up on the PC monitor and enlarges the area in question. It's a classic disk-shaped UFO. He then decides to send the file via Internet to the National UFO Organisation as evidence for their upcoming World UFO Conference. The message gets intercepted by both Government cammo-dudes at an airfield in the desert and green fuzzy aliens in a saucer. The next scene is at the desert airfield with an identical saucer in the background. The Government folks say, 'Oh-oh, he knows about it.' The scene shifts to the saucer, where the aliens say exactly the same thing.
"Next, the Government cammo-dudes and suits are shown driving in a Jeep or Humvee-type vehicle to the guy's house. He is monitoring the front door with a security camera and sees them coming. The security camera image is on his PC screen. He starts to go downstairs to meet them. As they are walking to the door, the aliens appear in their saucer hovering above the house. As the cammo-dudes ring the doorbell, a white beam comes down from the saucer and whisks them inside and away they go. The door opens and our hapless friend looks puzzled and says, 'Hmmmm, I thought someone was here.'
"The commercial ends with the Kodak logo and a statement similar to, "Kodak Film. For the memories you want to keep" -- along with their web address (www.kodak.com)."
CNI News comments: Wow, was this an ad, or a mini-series? But seriously, folks, can such a blatant ad be just advertising? Yes, it probably can. No need to dig for some deep, secret meaning. But it's remarkable, nonetheless, that major companies like Kodak are resorting more and more often to very specific images of UFOs, alien abductions and even government secrecy. Whether literally true or not, these images are penetrating deep into the national psyche and are no doubt helping to change the public's ideas about reality.
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