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My New iMac Is coming out of Quarantine Tomorrow! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜œπŸ˜ƒ Big Improvements Coming! UFO Sighting News.


Hey everyone. I hope all is well and you are staying healthy. I quarantined my new iMac computer for a week, due to it getting upgrades and being shipped from Apple in China. It took 2 months for them to create it and get it ready for shipping. It shipped in 2 days to get here (from the notification on my phone from Apple) and is resting on my coffee table...cardboard art at the moment. It might seem strange and even laughable to quarantine a new computer, but I have read from some studies that covid19 can survive on cardboard surfaces for 24-72 hours and longer if high humidity and temperatures which we have in Taiwan year round. Also covid could survive on metal surfaces and computer screens even longer. So...better safe than sorry. Family first.

I will soon be able to open huge photos I never could before, handle making my own high quality videos of discoveries I make with much better sound. Screenshots will also be upgraded due to my new 4K retina display...I can improve a lot of content very soon. Thank you for your patience with my low tech. 
Scott Waring - Taiwan 


Odd blue object in South Dakota isn't a UFO, costs $80,000 to replace, UFO Sighting News.

Date of sighting: June 2015
Location of sighting: South Dakota, USA

Sorry guys, this is not a UFO, but it would raise a few eyebrows as its moving down the street. I thought you could use a laugh today, had to post it. This new roof will be missed on the streets. Oh...and 80 grand to buy it? Someones padding their wallets. SCW

News states:
(Forum News Service) - No, it's not a UFO.
The old lid to Menno's water tower heads down Highway 18 through Menno early Thursday.

The lid was replaced because fastening brackets had begun to fail, leaving gaps that posed potentially unsanitary conditions.

Menno Mayor Darrell Mehlhaf said the new lid will cost the city about $80,000 when fabrication, painting and installation costs are all tallied.

The old lid was sold as scrap and will be used for an undisclosed purpose on a nearby farm.