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October 11, 2006


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That's a good one, Skeptico :)

' "There's quite obviously demand for legal advice here," Jens Lorek told Reuters by telephone on Thursday. "The trouble is, people are afraid of making fools of themselves in court." '

Apparently, Herr Lorek himself has no such fears ...

I hope he tries it, so we can all have a good laugh.

"Nobody has laughed about it up until now."

I gues that's because Germans (at least stereotypical Germans) don't laugh a lot.

Seriously, if Herr Lorek actually goes to court, we would have another classical trial of science vs. pseudoscience, maybe with some idiotic declarations á la Behe from a German ufologist... Oh please, let be a trial with Herr Lorek.

Can you believe that someone has the audacity to think that he can prove in a court of law that a person who has been abducted by aliens can possibly receive government funded help? Much less even prove that someone has been abducted at all. Every story involving alien abductions has absolutely no physical evidence. Oh well no accounting for stupidity.

"If ignorance is bliss, why aren't there more happy people?"

They should be referred to the alien government on Zeta Reticuli or wherever. The court should, on the other hand, agree to refund travel expenses once the plaintiff has returned.

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