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Funny story: Colonel Gaddafi Never Walked On The Moon, Despite His Son's Claims

Colonel Gaddafi Never Walked On The Moon, Despite His Son's Claims

An Idiot Blogs About The World's Affairs Blogdate 27 February 2011 I write after reading about Mr Saif Gaddafi, the son of Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi. I have been reading about how this son is arguing that there is nothing going on in Libya really, and all is well. His implicature is surely that it is an hyperbole of our Western News Agencies that is at the root. This raises many a tho...
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Funny story: President Obama Cancels Moon Landing, Praises NASA's Unheard of Achievements

President Obama Cancels Moon Landing, Praises NASA's Unheard of Achievements

Greenbelt MD: President Obama came to the headquarters of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to explain his decision to put a new manned space flight program to the moon on hold. The president, via a C-SPAN TV hookup to all N...
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Funny story: NASA Discovers It Left Astronaut Behind On Moon In 1969 Landing.

NASA Discovers It Left Astronaut Behind On Moon In 1969 Landing.

Ironically coincidental with the demise of the man who first walked on the moon, NASA has discovered that it had forgotten an astronaut on the moon. In fact, it appears that he was left at the time of Apollo 11's historic milestone. NASA astron...
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