The Drive - Less than 48 hours after our initial reporting on an outright strange incident involving American Airlines Flight 2292 as it flew at 36,000 feet over the northeastern corner of New Mexico on February 21st, 2021, we have confirmation that the event in question did indeed occur and that it is being investigated by the FBI. The incident involved pilots of the Airbus A320 being buzzed by an unidentified cylindrical-shaped object moving at high-speed, which resulted in them querying the FAA's Albuquerque Air Route Traffic Control Center.
You know what sucks? Nobody cares about aliens anymore. We've had it 100% confirmed by the Pentagon (thanks to the work from Tom DeLonge) that aliens and UFOs exist, and we just didn't care.
In fact, it was barely in the news cycle. I felt like it should have been the biggest news since the moon landing, really. The government, which has famously hidden and covered up all martian life, admitted that they know aliens are real, and we glossed over it. We were like "ok great but what did Kylie do today?". It baffled me. Coley wrote about it for Barstool because he couldn't believe it either.
I mean, don't get me wrong, I like my Kylie gossip as much as the next guy, but we're talking about extraterrestrial confirmation, and it hardly made the news. Definitely was on page like, 9F of the morning paper behind the local high school basketball scores.
So it's sort of depressing we are living in the time where aliens were confirmed and that's just…all it is? It's just a thing we know as a fact now and nothing else happens? Sort of a bummer. Or maybe one day they just squash us all like bugs and we're like "ahhhh, that's why we weren't supposed to fuck around with them". We can only hope.
Here's Tom singing Aliens Exist.