Jorge Garcia has a request for any space aliens planning to invade

The Lost veteran's request is pretty simple, really, and a rather sage one if you consider the fact that any being smart enough to solve all the problems that come with interstellar travel would likely think of us Earth-bound humans as bugs and crush us.

As a stunt to promote its Chasing UFOs series, the National Geographic channel is crowdsourcing a greeting for any extraterrestrials who might be out there, listening, blasting those greetings into the wild black yonder.

The recent Alcatraz alum filmed a greeting of his own and, while it might not show a lot of backbone, it does display a bit of savvy.

If you are going to surrender to our eventual alien overlords, you might as well do it in a nice suit.

(Via EW)

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