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No 'little green men'

| Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Every time there is a UFO sighting or mention of Area 51 reported in the media, the same tired old clichè, “little green men from Mars,” is dragged out. There are no little green men on Mars.

In fact, the humanoid beings photographed by NASA's Mars Lander clearly show human proportions — two arms, two legs, torso, head, shoulders and clothing. NASA says the humanoids are rock formations. If I believed that, then the NSA doesn't spy on our telephone and computer communications, the IRS is not politically biased and there was no Benghazi cover-up.

Don't take my word for it. Look at the official NASA Mars Lander photos on the Internet and draw your own conclusions. We are being lied to, again.

Joseph Bergoich

Oakmont

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