Wednesday, February 24, 2010


BANZAI7 SPACE NEWS--Skeptical senators are telling NASA's chief that the space agency lacks a proper goal and destination.

Earlier this month, the White House killed the previous administration's plan to land a man in Crawford, Texas. The space shuttles will soon be replaced with gypsy space buses.

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden says his agency has an ultimate goal: Mars. But he says it's more than a decade away and NASA  employees are increasingly more interested in derivatives engineering and destinations like the galaxy AIG (aka, the "Milk'em way").
The Milk'em Way

Shedding further light on this subject, Kenneth Feinberg, in an interview, recounted the conversation he had with an unnamed Wall Street bigwig to highlight something that has surprised him during his tenure as the so-called pay czar.

“You’re only paying me $9 million?” the Wall Street executive asked. “Why don’t you like me?”

“I always expected that Wall Street and Main Street weren’t going to be on the same page,” Feinberg said. “The same page? They’re not on the same universe. Their in the Milk'em Way”

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