From around the web:
This isn’t really news, but ESPN still has Dan Mullen’s twitter feed come up on their Mississippi State football page as part of their news feed for the team. So, that’s a thing that is happening that is certainly great.
In case you missed it from For Whom the Cowbell Tolls:
It’s Always Sunny in Starkville: How can Lamar Peters turn his season around?- “Lamar Peters has struggled. Is it possible to get him back on track?”
Men’s and Women’s Hoops Stay Undefeated at Home- “Both Mississippi State Men’s and Women’s basketball teams have managed to stay undefeated at home this season.”
Two Commits That Could Be Game Changers- “With early national signing day approaching (December 20), Mississippi State is finding key players for key positions. Two of which are wide receivers, Stephen Guidry and Malik Heath.”
Mississippi State has a National Championship Contender- “It’s pretty obvious that Mississippi State women’s basketball is a national championship contender this season.”
LET’S TALK ABOUT ALIENS:
ALIENS MIGHT EXIST AND THERE’S ALL SORTS OF TALKS ABOUT ALLOYS AND SPACE CRAFT AND IT’S HAPPENING RIGHT NOW
WATCH THIS VIDEO ABOUT IT IS THAT A REAL ACTUAL UFO
Why UFOs are interested in San Diego, I have no clue. But they are. Maybe they were big Chargers fans?
This is the tip of the iceberg. Many military members now coming forward to talk about the Pentagon’s secret UFO program. Look at some of these videos from NAVY pilots tracking UFO’s over San Diego. https://t.co/f9ugJlBslP pic.twitter.com/dQWcYYlRn3— Clayton Morris (@ClaytonMorris) December 18, 2017
Serious question: why doesn’t the NYT have every investigative reporter on the Pentagon maybe found aliens story RIGHT NOW? One of NYT reporters said on MSNBC that the Pentagon recovered metal alloys they don’t recognize!!!https://t.co/2hgEDJjHsR— Gabriel Sherman (@gabrielsherman) December 18, 2017
Since we’re talking about aliens today, we’re gonna listen to Sturgill Simpson sing about reptile aliens made of light. That and some other songs. Here’s Simpson performing at NPR for a Tiny Desk Concert.