Manu Ginobli Totally Saw An Alien

By: 12.13.10  •  6 Comments

San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobli was wandering the streets last week when he peered into the evening sky and noticed something a bit odd. The Argentinian witnessed two lights seemingly chasing each other or dancing around or just moving – hell, I’m not exactly an astronomer here. Ginobli had the Spurs’ head of security film this interesting occurrence while he offered his insight and, really, who the hell needs NASA when we’ve got this:

“Holy sh*t… what the f*ck… it looks like the Silver Surfer.”

Okey dokey. How about we go to the team at Technically Incorrect for a better explanation…

Perhaps some readers may have an opinion as to whether this might have been a meteor or something more mysterious. Perhaps some readers saw this peculiar aerial activity for themselves.

Perhaps the seven U.S air force pilots were, indeed, correct when they recently said that aliens had already descended to earth on several occasions in order to, say, knock out our nuclear systems for a while.

Perhaps, though, we will have to wait for Julian Assange’s promised Wikileak that will enlighten us as to the mysterious bright apparitions that we occasionally see in our skies.

Perhaps someone loves the word perhaps. Explanation or not, trust me, Manu – I saw the Rise of the Silver Surfer and this was a million times more entertaining.

If you’d like to subscribe to Ginobli’s newsletter, you can read more about his alien encounter on his Facebook page. Seriously, 8 years of Spanish and I still can’t read the damn language. But I live in Florida, so I don’t really need to know Spanish. Now Latvian, though, I can speak the hell out of that.

Video of Manu’s discovery after the jump (NSFW for Manu’s potty mouth)…

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