Because attaching it to your zipper would be totally unprofessional.

§ January 9th, 2011 § Filed under advertising, ufo mags § 8 Comments

yet another thing from that UFO magazine Employee Aaron gave me

8 Responses to “Because attaching it to your zipper would be totally unprofessional.”

  • Andres says:

    If you attached it to your pants zipper the ‘F’ would stand for something else.

  • John says:

    Is the Unidentified Flying Objects Studies & Observation Group accredited? Because otherwise there might be questions about one’s credentials.

  • ExistentialMan says:

    John, yes UFOSOG is an accredited organization through the federal Citizenship and Immigration Services Department. Well, they were, at least, until until recent calls for smaller government resulted in a transfer of self-accreditation responsibilities to UFOSOG itself. Thus the increase in membership fees from $2.99 to $12.00

  • philip says:

    I’m assuming you whited-out parts of the address or is “G” the secret address of our shadow government? And will they send a professional out to attach the thing to my belt, for I am strictly amateur when it comes to attaching things.

  • CW says:

    That card would go great with my Female Body Inspector ID.

  • Nat Gertler says:

    You need this when doing your research; otherwise, when you introduce yourself as an “Unidentified Flying Object Researcher”, people think that you’re just pointing out that you’re not giving your identification, rather than that it’s the objects (flying) which are unidentified.

  • Bill Reed says:

    It seems overpriced; didn’t nuclear submarines cost less than this?

  • Tom Mason says:

    What a money-making machine! $16.00 to receive a laminated piece of cardboard in a standard #10 envelope at the cost of a first-class stamp. If these guys got any traction at all, they were living it up like Bank of America execs.