100 Words, 100 Days: Day 23. On Space Tourism.

What with the global economy looking like its going the way of the dodo (via a Life Extinction Event – Deep Impact, how are you?); with riots breaking out in nearly every major city in the United Kingdom; and with a 77-year-old semi-retired television presenter well on his way to becoming President of the Republic of Ireland, one thought comes to mind: Neptune is supposed to be nice at this time of year.

I don’t know about you, but the next space ship that passes my way, I’m on it. I just hope I don’t bump into some damn dirty apes.

5 responses to “100 Words, 100 Days: Day 23. On Space Tourism.

  1. OMG!!
    James, you really crack me up!
    I’ll join you on that space ship anytime!
    You bring the kilt and I’ll bring the pink feathered handcuffs, is that a deal?

  2. Glad to help! Scandal is NEVER a bad thing!
    Only interesting and inflaming (take that ANY way you want it!)
    I’ll see if I can find those cuffs though…

  3. James, actually you don’t want Neptune. I have it from my good friend Od Zar, that Ganymade, one of the larger moons of Jupiter is much better suited for Terrestrials. Besides, I think there is an opening at the pub there. It’s called Clancy’s, of all things, and it is very popular. Part of every day it has a spectacular view of Jupiter, as well.

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