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NASA Scientists Plan to Approach Girl

  1. Feb 13, 2010 #1


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    The budget of 900 million dollars and the auto-eject were my favorites. :biggrin:
  4. Feb 13, 2010 #3
    As funny as this is...this is exactly how they plan and execute! To bad it will cost $900M ;)
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    The team is in the early stages of the development of a joke with which to break the ice. :rofl:

    They are leaning toward 'a casual observation about socks disappearing in a dryer', which leads to a black-hole analogy, which opens up a discussion on space, about which NASA scientists feel comfortable talking. :uhh:

    This reminds me of the Big Bang Theory.

    First question from the audience is about "risking another tragedy."
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    I once had a girlfriend with eyes the color of iron oxide hydroxide.

    And like the mineral, her luster was earthy to dull and cleavage was absent.
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    I hadn't realized the Onion has started doing videos. That was great.
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    hahaha .. "the 2002 girl at Border's book store disaster".
  9. Feb 14, 2010 #8
    Well at least the HST is there in case of total mission failure!
  10. Feb 14, 2010 #9
    "...it was found to be infeasible and just stupid, really....Stupid."
  11. Feb 23, 2010 #10
    That comment about the high resolution photos from the hubble had me on the floor.
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