SAGINAW, Michigan - The citizens of Tucson, Arizona are breathing a little bit easier now that they have received some good news from The Galileo Galilei Astrological Observatory located in Saginaw.
The observatory reports that a meteor that is the size of Madison Square Garden had been predicted to hit the city of Tucson.
But after recalculating its astrological configurations observatory spokesperson Vinnie Salsaburger now says that the humongous meteor named Miss Kirstie will actually hit about 13.7 miles west of Tucson in an isolated area.
Miss Salsaburger, who is recently divorced, informed the news media that Miss Kirstie will strike the Earth at an amazingly astonishing speed of 2,914 miles per hour.
SIDENOTE: Miss Salsaburger explained that residents of Tucson will have about a two and a half hour warning and it is strongly suggested that they stay indoors when the meteor hits due to the fact that it will be exploding and pieces of meteor could end up in Southern California and Northern Mexico.