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Saturday, 1 March 2014

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Pompano Apricot holding what he refers to as his Professional Fortune Telling Ball.

HOUSTON - NASA is having to explain to the American public exactly why it is that they felt they needed to have a fortune teller on their payroll.

The story broke after American Spotlight Magazine did an investigatory piece on the fuel used to power the space shuttles.

ASM's Fitzwater Ribicoff noted that a Mr. Pompano Apricot was being paid $175,000 a year in the capacity of a fortune teller.

When Ribicoff contacted NASA Spokesperson Trent Timmelfarb to ask him some questions in regards to Mr. Apricot, he replied that he was much too busy to sit and talk and that he would get back with him sometime in late March.

Meanwhile, President Obama has said that he is not aware of any fortune teller being on the NASA payroll but did add that if there is one then there certainly must be a damn good reason.

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