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the News

This is for Susan Moldow and Nan Graham

First, the News

From the East Oregonian, June 25, 1947

FIRE CONTROL OFFICER SPOTS 'FLYING SAUCERS'

Kenneth Arnold Reports 9 Disc-Shaped Objects

'Shiny, Silvery, Moved Incredibly Fast'

From the Roswell Daily Record, July 8th, 1947

AIR FORCE CAPTURES 'FLYING SAUCER'

ON RANCH IN ROSWELL REGION

Intelligence Officers Recover Crashed Disc

From the Roswell Daily Record, July 9th, 1947

AIR FORCE DECLARES 'SAUCER'

WEATHER BALLOON

From the Chicago Daily Tribune, August 1st, 1947

USAF SAYS 'CANNOT EXPLAIN' ARNOLD SIGHTING

850 Additional Sightings Since Original Report

From the Roswell Daily Record, October 19th, 1947

SO-CALLED 'SPACE WHEAT' A HOAX,

ANGRY FARMER DECLARES

Andrew Hoxon Denies 'Saucer Connection'

Red-Tinged Wheat 'Nothing But A Prank,' He Insists

From the Courier Journal (Ky), January 8th, 1948

AIR FORCE CAPTAIN KILLED CHASING UFO

Mantell's Final Transmission:

'Metallic, Tremendous In Size'

Air Force Mum

From the Brazilian Nacional, March 12th, 1957

STRANGE RINGED CRAFT CRASHES IN MATO GROSSO!

2 WOMEN MENACED NEAR PONTO PORAN!

'We Heard Squealing Sounds From Within,' They Declare

From the Brazilian Nacional, March 12th, 1957

MATO GRASSO HORROR!

Reports of Gray Men with Huge Black Eyes

Scientists Scoff! Reports Persist!

VILLAGES IN TERROR!

From the Oklahoman, May 12th, 1965

STATE POLICEMAN FIRES AT UFO

Claims Saucer Was 40 Feet Above Highway 9

Tinker AFB Radar Confirms Sightings

From the Oklahoman, June 2nd, 1965

'ALIEN GROWTH'A HOAX,

FARM BUREAU REP DECLARES

'Red Weeds' Said To Be Work Of Spray-Gun, Teenagers

From the Portland (Me.) Press-Herald, September 14th, 1965

NEW HAMPSHIRE UFO SIGHTINGS MOUNT

Most Sightings in Exeter Area

Some Residents Express Fear of Alien Invasion

From the Manchester Union-Leader (N.H.), September 19th, 1965

ENORMOUS OBJECT SIGHTED NEAR EXETER

WAS OPTICAL ILLUSION

Air Force Investigators Refute State Police Sighting

Officer Cleland Adamant: 'I Know What I Saw'

From the Manchester Union-Leader (N.H.), September 30th, 1965

FOOD POISONING EPIDEMIC IN PLAISTOW

STILL UNEXPLAINED

Over 300 Affected, Most Recovering

FDA Officer Says May Have Been Contaminated Wells

From the Michigan Journal, October 9th, 1965

GERALD FORD CALLS FOR UFO INVESTIGATION

Republican House Leader Says 'Michigan Lights'

May Be Extraterrestrial In Origin

From the Los Angeles Times, November 19th, 1978

CALTECH SCIENTISTS REPORT SIGHTING HUGE

DISC-SHAPED OBJECT IN MOJAVE

Tickman: 'Was Surrounded by Small Bright Lights'

Morales: 'Saw Red Growth Like Angel Hair'

From the Los Angeles Times, November 24th, 1978

STATE POLICE, USAF INVESTIGATORS FIND NO

'ANGEL HAIR' AT MOJAVE SITE

Tickman and Morales Take, Pass, Lie Tests

Possibility of Hoax Discounted

From the New York Times, August 16th, 1980

'ALIEN ABDUCTEES' REMAIN CONVINCED

Psychologists Question Drawings Of So-Called 'Gray Men'

From the Wall Street Journal, February 9th, 1985

CARL SAGAN: 'NO, WE ARE NOT ALONE'

Prominent Scientist Reaffirms Belief In ETs

Says, 'Odds Of Intelligent Life Are Enormous'

From the Phoenix Sun, March 14th, 1997

HUGE UFO SIGHTED NEAR PRESCOTT

DOZENS DESCRIBE 'BOOMERANG-SHAPED' OBJECT

Switchboard At Luke AFB Deluged With Reports

From the Phoenix Sun, March 20th, 1997

'PHOENIX LIGHTS' REMAIN UNEXPLAINED

Photos Not Doctored, Expert Says

Air Force Investigators Mum

From the Paulden Weekley, (Ariz.), April 9th, 1997

FOOD POISONING OUTBREAK UNEXPLAINED

REPORTS OF 'RED GRASS' DISCOUNTED AS HOAX

From the Derry Daily News (Me.), May 15th, 2000

MYSTERY LIGHTS ONCE AGAIN REPORTED

IN JEFFERSON TRACT

Kineo Town Manager: 'I Don't Know What They

Are, But They Keep Coming Back'

SSDD

It became their motto, and Jonesy couldn't for the life of him remember which of them started saying it first. Payback's a bitch, that was his. Fuck me Freddy and half a dozen even more colorful obscenities originated with Beaver. Henry was the one who taught them to say What goes around comes around, it was the kind of Zen shit Henry liked, even when they were kids. SSDD, though; what about SSDD? Whose brainstorm had that been?

Didn't matter. What mattered was that they believed the first half of it when they were a quartet and all of it when they were five and then the second half of it when they were a quartet again.

When it was just the four of them again, the