Toxic Sludge, submitted by ZippySLC. A much more effeminate version of Captain Lou Albano draws pictures of "creepy" skulls and characters from Warcraft. He also goes on and on about the paranormal, offering up conclusive photos of film defects and smoke. Be sure to take notice of his site's color scheme, which, if I'm not mistaken, is very terrible.
What is a UFO? There is much confusion over what is a UFO, and the truth is that a UFO is not an extraterrestrial spacecraft, or an object seen in the sky that the observer cannot identify. This is one of the best definitions of UFO.
"Manifestations of the UFO phenomenon are found among reports of the perception of indirect awareness of an object, light source, or presence of something in the sky, upon the land, or beneath the surface of a body of water, the appearance, trajectory and general dynamic luminescent or reflective qualities of which do not suggest an explanation that conforms with current conventional or logical explanations and which remains unidentified after all evidence surrounding the sightings has been studied by technically capable persons including the field investigator involved in the case and have applied both commonsense identification as well as intuition to their analyses."
Uhh... thanks. He also has a "racism sucks" button to remind you that racism does indeed suck.
PS: There's a guestbook he asks you to sign, but it looks kinda creepy. Like a UFO. Or Captain Lou Albano.
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