It's a Messican space shuttle!!!
This might explain in better detail. Won't say how Got this.NOTAM for LA.KZLA LOS ANGELES A2832/10 – THE FOLLOWING RESTRICTIONS ARE REQUIRED DUE TO NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER WEAPONS DIVISION ACTIVATION OF W537. IN THE INTEREST OF SAFETY, ALL NON-PARTICIPATING PILOTS ARE ADVISED TO AVOID W537. IFR TRAFFIC UNDER ATC JURISDICTION SHOULD ANTICIPATE CLEARANCE AROUND W537 AND CAE 1176. CAE 1155 WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR OCEANIC TRANSITION. CAE 1316 & CAE 1318 WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR OCEANIC TRANSITION. CAE 1177 WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR OCEANIC TRANSITION. W537 ACTIVE, CAE 1176 CLOSED. SURFACE – FL390, 09 NOV 20:00 2010 UNTIL 10 NOV 01:00 2010. CREATED: 08 NOV 20:52 2010>>>Still, I like the Messican space shuttle idea better...
Shoot up another one of them there monkeys.
I hope MzCreep is on it!!
Probably the Chinese test firing a submarine based missle in International waters...away from the US to both show no harm done...and harm could be done.
One explanation:http://www.examiner.com/weather-in-los-angeles/missile-launch-over-southern-california-explainedA weather expert explained the sight as a jet contrail. The comments go off harder on the guy than the LL nation going off on BG for making an observation from "left"field.
Jet's don't take off from underwater.Double fake Jack Coustue
AH Crap! The tea baggers are going to go nuts over this one! The President is off in Indonesia taking care of business and now this happens.AL
Our muslim Pres can stay in his muslim hometown!HOPE: They Keep Him
3:58, what a dope you are. Jets do "appear" to come from the water if they are coming from an ocean horizon. This is a plane. There are no mystery missile attacks over Los Angeles. For so-called journalists to call it a missile launch with no basis is really sad.
6:42 LOL! Idiot thanks he is a Muslim. What rock do you live under? I bet you think Hawaii is not a state don't you.
The world is flat!!!Double fakeTea bagger
If you were standing on the coast you can not see a plane approaching at the horizon. It's not until it is approximately 37.5 degrees from your viewpoint before you actually see it approach with the unaided eye.
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