Monday, October 12, 2009


BANZAI7 INTER GALACTIC NEWS--The sizzle turned to fizzle for NASA on 9 Oct as it slammed two probes traveling more than 5,000 miles per hour into the moon's surface in a search for lunar water. NASA scientists called the precision strike a success, however, they are puzzled about what happened to an expected 6-mile-high plume of dirt and dust expected to be created by the impact.

NASA scientists are speculating that the moon may be inhabited by giant dust buster transformers waiting to suck up all the dust earthlings can generate.

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