View Full Version : any www.fsplanet.com members here?
could a 'first class' member of that site download the UFO video and provide a mirror?
I'd love to see that video, but by the way fsplanet is hoggin their bandwidth i'll never see it. Tried downloading a 737 panel once - couldn't even get it after a week.
Pleeassee? .......... thanks :)
12-18-2002, 08:17 PM
I stay as far away from fsplanet that I can! Won't go there, period! I'm sure you could get what you want at one of the good sim sites.
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12-18-2002, 08:21 PM
>I'd love to see that video,
>but by the way fsplanet
>is hoggin their bandwidth i'll
>never see it. Tried downloading
>a 737 panel once -
>couldn't even get it after
>Pleeassee? .......... thanks :)
Well...thats because Ferdy wants it that way so his sheep will pay for access to his site. I find it real hard to believe that his site could ever get that busy. Its been proven over and over that he trolls this site and AVSIM,downloads files and then puts them up for downloading off his site...if you pay to get his membership that is.
hey .. i agree wiht you guys - i hate his site and his shameless plugs - i only visit it to see what "good" releases have been made, because he usually lists them. Then i go to this site and download them - i did buy a membership here.
problem though is, i haven't found that video anywhere else. So if anyone has it, lemme know :)
ah silly me. I found it
I have no opinion over this so plz dont try to argue with me if its real or not. :)
but we can still 'discuss' it, no? :)
LAST EDITED ON Dec-18-02 AT 08:40PM (EST)[p]ah shait - i can't help myself - i must comment on it.
I think its fake - good fake though. But notice as the UFO zipps by the helo & up the sky - instead of getting smaller & smaller as it goes up, it suddenly, *puff*, disappears.
Also, the UFO seems kinda small.
and... why would the camera guy zoom out just as it gets ready to come at them. If i were in the copter, i would zoom in to get a better look at it.
12-18-2002, 08:46 PM
LAST EDITED ON Dec-18-02 AT 08:48PM (EST)[p]<I asked the world famous psychic Sollog about this video.
He says it is REAL!>
now I'M asking MYself "who the heck is sollog?", and is HE real???
if they were REALLY your psychic friends, they'd call YOU!! .............. jed
LAST EDITED ON Dec-18-02 AT 08:59PM (EST)[p]"if they were REALLY your psychic friends, they'd call YOU!! .............. jed "
haha good one :D
I bet if you would call up Ms. cleo she whould say "ah, i've been expecting your call" to each and every customer :)
12-18-2002, 11:05 PM
-A good edit
-The description is right (Least likely)
-A rather fast harrier (Also not very likely)
-Dunno what in the first one, but in the second flyby, its very possible that they had a stuntman shoot right by there at fast speed.
Theories supporting the edit
Note when the 'UFO' is in the distance the second time. It seems to still be coming, then suddenly it just roars right by. If you look closely, it almost looks like a cover up of something else, perhaps a 747 on the flight path. As it flies by, note the contrail. That does not look like any ordinary contrail, doesnt it look rather.. pixelated? Also, if this was an actual flight, shouldnt the woman be FLYING THE DANG THING!? Then again, there was a copilot. Also, why didnt we hear of this on the news? When did this site appear? 2002 you say? This was supposed to have taken place in early 2001, or 2000. Plus, wouldnt radars and ATC have noticed the strange abnomaly if it nearly hit an aircraft? What about people on the ground? There should have been at least one person watching the helicopter or more, shouldnt they have reports? What about people in the Trade Center? Wouldnt people be panicking from a visit even that long? Even in broad daylight, sheesh.
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