It looks as though the moon has gotten revenge for NASA bombing it. A NASA spokesman announced today that the snowstorm that is about to envelope the Houston area is a direct result of a recent bombing mission aimed at the moon.
Ikan Shovl, a senior spokesman for J.S.C. went on to explain the freak snowstorm:
"When we bombed the moon in early Oct. the bomb that exploded and sent ice particles into the path of our probe and on out into space. Apparently, these ice particles found their way back to earth and what seems un-plausible is that, they ended up in our atmosphere and finally turned to snow and will blanket the area tonight".
When pressed on how this could happen, and did the ice particles fly in the void made by the rocket that came from earth, Mr. Shovl replied, "I don't know, what do you think we are rocket scient...., Uh, Oh meteorologists".