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April 16, 2013

Confused Fox Mulder tries to raid Pilot Light

While FBI and IRS agents locked down Pilot Flying J headquarters in West Knoxville Monday, a confused Fox Mulder was seen on Jackson Ave. trying to gain access to an Old City music venue. Witnesses said the disheveled former FBI agent was asking questions about Pilot CEO Jimmy Haslam and aliens. "He wanted to know if I thought Jimmy Haslam was really an alien-human hybrid who was helping with the imminent colonization of earth," said Old City resident Patrick Brody. "I was like, 'Well, he did deliberately buy a crappy football team, so I guess it's possible.' That seemed to satisfy him." After finding the Pilot Light to be a tiny dive bar rather than the corporate headquarters of a chain of truck stops, Mulder yelled, "Scully," and fled the area on foot.

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