6 thoughts on “May 5, 2018

  1. Smart move, Samantha.

    But don’t forget, not all Martians are easily fooled…

    (At least more than once, that is…)

  2. the chances of anything coming from mars are a million to one, he said …

    i wonder what’s going to happen in the storyline at midnight on the 12th of august 🙂

  3. In a related story Professor Farrell of the Mount Jennings Observatory, Chicago, Illinois, reports observing several explosions of incandescent gas, occurring at regular intervals on the planet Mars. The spectroscope indicates the gas to be hydrogen and moving towards the earth with enormous velocity. Professor Pierson of the Observatory at Princeton confirms Farrell’s observation, and describes the phenomenon as (quote) like a jet of blue flame shot from a gun (unquote).

  4. It’s official sports fans, three times enemy action. And it missed because even with its high velocity, it had to have been fired hours ago, on an intercept based on the ship’s predicted position. Although, given how slow the craft is there are limits to how much it can evade and still remain on track… and it probably doesn’t have a lot of propellant to spare, either. Hope this gets resolved soon.

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