NASA Space Trip with an American, A Japanese, and a Russian Astronaut

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Sunday, 27 November 2011

America, Russia and Japan are sending up a two year shuttle mission with one astronaut from each country.

Since it's going to be two years up there, each man may take any form of entertainment weighing 150 pound or less with him.

The American approaches the NASA board and asks to take his 125 lb wife.

Amazingly they approve.

The Japanese astronaut says, "I've always wanted to learn Greek. I want 150 lbs of books to learn Greek with."

The NASA board approves.

The Russian astronaut thinks for a second and says, "It's gonna be two years up there. I want 150 pounds of the best Cuban cigars ever made."

Again, NASA okays it.

Two years later, the shuttle lands and everyone is gathered outside the shuttle to see what each astronaut got out of his personal entertainment.

Well, it's obvious what the American's been up to, He and his wife are each holding and infant.

The crowd cheers.

The Japanese astronaut steps out and makes a 10 minute speech in absolutely perfect Greek.

The crowd doesn't understand a word of it, but they're impressed and they cheer.

The Russian astronaut stomps out, clenches the podium until his knuckles turn white, glares at the first row waving a chewed up cigar at them and says, "Anybody got a match?"

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