Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Mars, curiosity, stones

Monday, 20 August 2012

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NASA could have asked Rolling Stone Keith, but he was too "stoned" at the time!

Sensational photos coming back from Mars have proven that "Curiosity" doesn't only kill cats; it zaps Martian stones too!

Scientists at NASA were wetting their pants as these historic photos reached their computer screens. They fell into each others arms crying and hugging each other as the photo of a 7 cm stone (found in any earthly stone quarry, beach, mountain range, in the hands of Pakistan male Muslims who stone their wives for showing an ankle in public, etc), but no!!! To get a photo of this gem called Coronation (Worth more than the gems on the Queen Elizabeth's coronation crown) was worth more than $2,5 billion dollars, WOW!

That's what it cost to send the damn thing to Mars, but then again for a crisis-stricken USA, that's Jimmy Carter peanuts (not Obama's)! After the emotions died down at the sight of a stone, the scientists decided to stick their heads further up their butts and sent Curiosity to find out if it could film some "Rolling Stones", but unfortunately Mick Jagger's fee was higher than the cost of putting this stupid thing on Mars so they are now looking for something slightly less expensive, a living Martian maybe? Last we heard Ozzy Osbourne was willing to do it for half the fee of Mick!

More as we get it........

(I'm just about to get stoned!!)

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