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Coach explains how Georges St-Pierre keeps aliens from abducting him
Learn how GSP makes sure aliens aren’t stealing his time with this one simple trick.
Georges St-Pierre is the greatest martial artist in the world. He’s also the craziest martial artist too.
That’s right from the mouth of GSP’s head coach, Firas Zahabi, who continues to talk up his star pupil like maybe that retirement isn’t the most permanent thing in the whole world. He had this eyebrow raising exchange with UFC commentator and podcaster extraordinaire Joe Rogan recently.
Well, I dunno, I don’t want to speak for Georges. But man, he can kill anybody, this man. He’s the world’s greatest martial artist. I think so. I’m telling you, he’s a monster. He’s an animal. He loves to train. Like Saturday, he trained, he did all his rounds, then he was coaching some blue belts and purple belts and just kinda hanging out with them talking technique. He loves this stuff, man.”
”He’s such a nutcase, Georges. He’s crazy,” Zahabi continued. “He always tells me ‘So many crazy characters in MMA.’ You’re the craziest one of all! ‘Oh, no!’”
”He thinks aliens are stealing his time,” Rogan interjected.
”I share a hotel room with him many times,” Zahabi said. “He puts a foam roller up against the door like this. I move it, I put it away - ‘No, bro, leave it there!’ For what? ‘In case the aliens get us.’ He’ll know the next day because the foam roller was moved.”
”Jesus Christ, doesn’t he think the aliens can come through the walls?” Rogan asked. “How are they taking him out? Taking him through the hallway holding his hand?”
”Because they wipe his memory after,” Zahabi said. “But he’ll know because they don’t know he put the foam roller there. So when they move it, it’s a cue for him to remember.”
Reports of strange lights in the sky in northern Montana
GREAT FALLS — We have received reports and several photos from people in northern Montana of strange lights in the sky.
People in and around Browning, Rocky Boy, and Lodgepole shared photos with MTN News on Wednesday evening that show a row of bright lights in the sky, and people in other areas of Montana reported seeing them, too.
Meteorologist John Belski of TV station WLKY reported on Monday that SpaceX launched two sets of satellites this year called Starlink. Each launch had 60 small satellites that eventually will orbit the earth at an altitude of more than 300 miles.
And on Sunday, meteorologist Will Haenni of station WWMT posted : "The bright dots in the sky are satellites, approximately 175 miles above the surface of the Earth. They appear bright due to their solar array reflecting sunlight back to the dark side of the globe."
SpaceX launched 60 Starlink satellites from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. The SpaceX website explains: "SpaceX is developing a low latency, broadband internet system to meet the needs of consumers across the globe. Enabled by a constellation of low Earth orbit satellites, Starlink will provide fast, reliable internet to populations with little or no connectivity, including those in rural communities and places where existing services are too expensive or unreliable."
If you saw a row of UFO like lights in the sky in IL, IA, MI (like this but spaced out), that was SpaceX Starlink Satellites! You'll be able to see them in the next few days, too!
Check here for a map (and set the time back to see their track today)
Starlink Map Link: https://www.satflare.com/track.asp?q=starlink#TOP
Space Force: Things to know about new military branch of United States
"We're starting from scratch and there's not a really good playbook on how do you stand up a separate service," Air Force Gen. Jay Raymond, the head of Air Force Space Command and U.S. Space Command, said at a Pentagon press conference last week.
Space Coast win: Patrick Air Force Base designated a Space Force base
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In addition to infrastructure, the new Space Command needs to figure out things like new uniforms and a logo.
"A uniform, a patch, a song — it gets to the culture of — of a service. And so we're not going to be in a rush to — to get something and not do that right. There's a lot of work going on towards that end," Raymond said.
It's assumed that the Space Force will continue to get its officers from the U.S. Air Force Academy for the foreseeable future, but perhaps will one day have its own institution.
Here are the facts about the new force as we know them right now:
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