March 24, 2012

Ogilvy Assures Me There is Nothing To Worry About

Regards this.

Amateur astronomers are puzzling over a seemingly anomalous cloud that has shown up on images of Mars taken over the past few days. Is it really a cloud, or a trick of the eye? Does it really extend 150 miles up from the surface, as some of the observers suggest? And what churned up all that stuff, anyway?

The chances of anything living on Mars are a million to one he said.



Posted by: The Brickmuppet at 10:18 PM | Comments (4) | Add Comment
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1 If flaming metal cylinders show up in New York state, I'm heading for the hills...

Posted by: Wonderduck at Sat Mar 24 22:20:09 2012 (AzTWp)

2 "New York" should read "New Jersey".  I don't believe I made that mistake.  Sheesh.

Posted by: Wonderduck at Sat Mar 24 23:17:59 2012 (AzTWp)

3 I'm all for naming the next martian probe "Thunderchild"

And I think someone should sneeze on it, just in case.

Posted by: Mauser at Sun Mar 25 00:39:37 2012 (cZPoz)

4'The chances of anything coming from Mars are a million
to one - but still they come!♫

Posted by: JP Gibb at Sun Mar 25 12:45:35 2012 (VSD03)

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