Saturday, February 16, 2008

OK - the last post was difficult

...to read, let alone write. I knew what was written
and it was written well. Being able to read it without
backing up several times would take near a miracle.
The shapes are fun to play with, but hold no relevance
in presenting a point (like anyone should expect a valid
point, anyway). There WAS a point to the last post that
didn't include the tip of the missile - which was pointed
out to me that it looks a bit NOT like a missile. People
that are LOOKING for "certain things" seem to find
them - regardless. These people have, probably,
already been offended by previously mentioned post.
Although anyone would find it extremely hard to
touch any sort of "homo-phobe" in my being,
to clear up all anxieties and woes over a simple
work of severely mistaken art,
THIS was the point:

Sounds like we SHOULD shoot it
before it falls into one of our yards unannounced. That
would definitely have a bad effect on the ice rink. There
was one statement made by
General James Cartwright,
vice-chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, during a
Pentagon briefing, "This is the first time we've
used a tactical missile to engage a spacecraft.",
and was think that we've done this - in the 80's?
Just from a vertical launch (F-15). US officials recently
criticized China's test of a space-missile on one of
their satellites causing debris hazards in the atmosphere.
There is enough "space junk", already, that pieces run into
oth
ers in orbit and have witness
of such; A 30 year old rocket collided with another in 2005
(that had exploded back in 2000) - spreading debris
into smaller sizes and in more directions. Remember the video
game, Asteroids? If you hit one, then there are four smaller parts
(etc.). China's shoot-down has been an estimated 40,000
pieces, about 1 cm in size, traveling about 4 miles per
second. Ever know a biker that got hit by a bee while at
55 mph? Little things cause big problems, no?
Maybe a new brain blanket will help those in charge
push the right buttons. I think it's safe to recycle the
aluminum foil helmets. Who would think that
aliens could even APPROACH our orb without being
pummeled by our refuse? Fire away, boys! First, let me
throw my fast food wrappers and shake
cups in the missile when I'm done eating.


If this look somewhat phallus to you, my advice is that
you seek professional help soon.

12 opinionated prattle:

Stan said...

Oh, not difficult, just have to get up before noon to read and comment on morning postings.

j, d plumma said...

You seem to have stepped in at a point of "change" your daughter saw a penis in my post! the perv....

j, d plumma said...

how does it look, now?

Stan said...
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Stan said...

We seem to be having a few prblems with this posting and comment section. I read your posting a couple of times, I did not note anything that resembled that certain portion of the male body, however, that is something that I do not go around looking for. How could you interpet a satellite as a penis? I must have cut into your site as you were posting, what I saw was just one line. I made a comment on the original site but it was also deleted along with the picture that looked like a penis! I would really like to see my comment and the penis ship! I discover a plot by the government and you delete it, but like I maintain, it is your site and if you want to trample on the 1st Amendment, it is your privilege to do so since you are the administrator. I still think it was clever of NASA to equip the space shuttle with missles.

Heidi said...

I hope you didn't erase the penis post... I wasn't offend it was a penis... I just couldn't read it... maybe the penis distracted me.

Heidi said...

Oh yeah...crazy stuff about shooting that satellite out of space...did you figure out when they are doing it?

Shana said...

you are just plain weird...good thing we love you...it's ok...it'll all be ok.

Shana said...

just as soon as i quit laughing at you hehehe i got the point..hehehehee

j, d plumma said...

after the 20th this month, and the "window" is about 1 week long to shoot.

Stan said...

The space shuttle is suppose to leave the space station tomorrow, if they run a direct attack course to the satellite at flank speed for interception, they should be within firing range on Tuesday. One well placed missle strike into the fuel storage tank should eliminate the potential danger if it is a miss, they do have one back up missle to take a second shot on the next orbit. The other option is to hook a tow rope to the satellite and tow it to a different orbit which will allign it with the gravitational pull of the moon. Disengaging the tow rope, all they will need to do is come in behind the satellite and push it with the nose of the shuttle until it reaches a high enough speed that it will carry the satellite onto a course that will spin it off into space into the gravational pull of the moon and eventual uncontrolled landing (crash) onto the moon surface. I saw this done on "Space Cowboys" starring Clint Eastwood so I know it will work.

j, d plumma said...

....i love your creative mind, prattler...

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