Friday, September 01, 2006

Witz DOESN'T Pick: Pluto Not Being A Planet

Pluto is no longer a planet. Phew-- glad we got that one sorted out, it was almost too easy to NEVER THINK OF PLANETS EVER IN MY DAILY LIFE. Is this what we're doing with our resources now? Going back to check-up on our old categorizations? Really? Last I checked, NASA had blown at least four Mars Rover Projects (don't blame the Transformers), and haven't quite mastered SENDING PEOPLE INTO SPACE! Our spaceships shed foam, plastic, and metal on their way into space, but we're worrying about if Pluto is a planet or not. Guess what? Nobody cares. What's next? "Not only is Pluto not a planet, but we're seriously suggesting somebody look into Phyllum, and see if it still applies between Kingdom and Class..." EFF OFF NAAASAAA-- You have had ample time to put me in a hovercar, a space station, or to invent a hyperdrive that sends a monkey at light speed all the way to the rock that may or may not be a planet named Pluto. Why is it that we know how a space-fighter jet and space station look, but we don't know how to build one? LACK OF AMBITION. Stop going back to check your work when you don't have your shit together on more important topics.



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