As of right now, nobody knows where to look for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. At the bottom of the Indian Ocean? In a hangar, away from satellite coverage in Pakistan? Or, on a dry lake bed in the Karakum Desert of Turkmenistan?

And I'm not saying it, but a lot of people have mentioned....aliens.

You wanna hear the weirdest one? (I think it's weirder than even aliens)

It's this: The U.S. Navy "captured" Flight 370 and flew it, by remote control, to a secret U.S. military base called Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean. And we did that, because we wanted some "suspicious" cargo, that was on board, that had been transferred from the Maersk Alabama. Yeah, the cargo ship that the pirates took over, an event that was the basis for the movie "Captain Phillips".

Well, we do have a naval base on Diego Garcia. And it has a large runway. Diego Garcia was used to stage B-52, B-1 and B-2 bomber missions over Iraq and Afghanistan. And they do monitor a lot of satellites there, including GPS satellites. But, it's hardly a secret base. In fact, my lovely wife Michelle stopped there on a USO Christmas tour, with Bob Hope, in 1987. She even brought me back a hat. So maybe we should ask HER where Flight 370 is. I'll ask her at dinner. I'll get back to you.

Here's the link to the crazy Malaysian website for their "theory".

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