The delights of getting plagiarized by a bad UFO site

For years now, I’ve put the spotlight on dubious UFO websites whose content is largely stolen, often from each other (the fuzzier end of UFOlogy is only rivaled in plagiarism by Flat Earthers).

Think About It (Aliens) is a pretty standard Sketchy UFO Site – last updated in 2017, the front page is forever frozen with news about the supposed 4Chan alien selfie, Chinese moon bases and recaps of the Zanfretta aliens.

But there’s something else on this [Citation Needed]-y library.

Something familiar.

Somehow, my 2014 post about the Blue Planet Project ended up on a UFO site in 2015 – with its order jumbled up due to a hasty copy-paste job.

That the post mocks most of what it said, debunks Majestic 12, includes the primo photoshop you see to the right, includes Steve Guttenberg and ALF jokes, and indeed is not at all the source they probably though they were copying is of no concern. Neither is the writer, namely me, joking that she’s a reptilian. Which, obv, isss only a joke.

I’m not even mad. My content’s been jacked by a sketchy UFO site, and honestly, is that not the highest goal anyone could hope to achieve?