HOUSTON - Trent Timmelfarb, the official spokesperson for NASA's Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, recently met with representatives of the news media.
He discussed the topic of the land rover Curiosity, which is on the planet Mars gathering up an unbounded wealth of information.
Timmelfarb noted that it has been a tremendous success and that some of the little problems such as the low oil light coming on have been fixed.
He was asked about the statement made by Hollywood actor Gary Busey that he would love to go to Mars and actually drive the land rover.
After pausing for a few moments, Timmelfarb shook his head and replied, "It ain't happening folks, trust me."
He went on to say that he had personally spoken to Mr. Busey, and while he is a fairly good actor he really is not qualified to drive the land rover.
Timmelfarb added that when he informed Mr. Busey of NASA's decision he became somewhat irate and started rattling off a passel of expletives.
Mr. Busey was asked to stop acting like the male version of Ann "Trigger Face" Coulter.
He refused and continued with his venemous tirade.
SIDENOTE: Gary Busey has since been permanentley banned from ever setting foot on The Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. NASA Security guards have been instructed that should Mr. Busey show up, he is to be tasered immediately and taken into custody.