continue carefully to discuss. I go outdoor once again. with my recorder!!
miepmiep, beep me up scotty
Intelligent aliens would not contact us after watching our planet and race conditions.
Stupid aliens would not develop space travels technology.
Average aliens... like us, I suppose: self-intoxicating and bombing each others while looking at the stars
I fell in love with an alien being
Whose skin was jelly whose flesh was green
She had the big bug-eyes and the death-ray glare
Feet like water-wings,purple hair
I was over the moon,I asked her back to my place
Then I married the monster from Outer Space.
The days were numbered,the nights were spent
In a rent-free oxygen apartment tent
Where the sideboard chef served up moonbeams
Done super-rapid on a laser beam
I needed nutrition to keep up the pace
When I married the monster from Outer Space
We walked together,tentacle in hand
You could sense that the earthlings did not understand
They went nudge-nudge as we got on the bus
Saying "it's extra-terrestial,NOT LIKE US"
And it's bad enough with another race
But f#%k me,a monster from Outer Space
In a cybernetic fit of rage
She pissed off to another age
She lives in 1999
With her new boyfriend,a blob of slime
Whenever I see her translucent face
I remember the monster from Outer Space
John Cooper Clark
About 250 000 different species (!) or much more visiting the Earth since some years, and your are asking THAT questions?
...on the other hand - yes, we are alone, we are so blinded with our uniqueness, that we don't want to consider anything greater than us. Even our "Gods" are a concepts created by our egocentric minds... (-:
Oftentimes - we feel alone among other people, even family or friends, or within ourselves.
But we never are alone. Is the Universe needed to point that issue as something vital?
I always wonder the same question.. I mean, I don't think this entire universe was created just for us.. maybe there's parallel solar systems exactly like ours? I dunno..