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Friday, 16 December 2011

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"Lets do a bunny next!"

Washington DC: Following in the footsteps of his famous father, Indiana Jones Jr. has completed an archeological dig to determine the origin of the large drawings of spiders and monkeys located in the Nazca Desert in southern Peru.

UFO enthusiasts speculate that extraterrestrials instructed local primitive tribes to construct the large drawings as visible markers and landing strips for their fellow aliens bringing in space freighters containing construction equipment. There are Inca ruins 200 miles away in the mountains at Machu Picchu.

After many months of patiently screening sand on the Nazca Plateau a sophisticated flash drive memory chip was unearthed. The archeological team's linguistic experts needed specialized equipment, not available locally, to read the chip. The entire team including Peruvian language experts flew to Washington DC to utilize equipment located at a government laboratory.

The recording has the alien craft's tactical officer, communications officer and helmsman talking about how future generations of earthlings will be trying to make something out of their little practical joke. Amid laughter, it is suggested that they repeat the joke at other terrestrial sites.

Critics having both pro and con views about extraterrestrials visiting earth are very skeptical as the language utilized in the recording appears to be Klingon and there is a constant reference to "finding the Kirk!"

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