Wednesday, October 22, 2008


That’s one small step for man, and one giant leap for this production studio we set up in the basement.”

India launched their first ship heading to the moon today. The mission plans to map the moon’s surface, search for ice underground, and plant an Indian flag—which is all great, but it’s not like they’re doing anything really important like hitting a golf ball off the lunar surface. Save that for the big dogs. 

If they find something we missed, it’s going to be really embarrassing, but it shouldn’t be a surprise. They fix our computers in a second language, while most of us can’t even order combo #3 in Spanish to stuff into our fat faces. (It’s not like there’s a different word for “Taco” and “Enchilada” in Espanol).

And for those of you who believe we never landed on the moon, the point is the same, because you know India will be able to fake it way better than we did. 

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