Written by Jaggedone

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

image for Nutter rocket Scientist launches rocket to prove the world is flat!
Blast off for Mad Mike Hughes in his effort to prove the whole world is Holland!

Somewhere in a California desert (not Area 51!): A nutty proffesor, who drives luxury limo's to finance his "rocket science" projects, is about to launch himself in a rocket to prove to the world that the planet is FLAT!

Off his rocks Rocketman, (No, not him in North Korea), "Mad Mike Hughes" (not Max) will launch himself hoping to reach an altitude of 1800 feet. He will then remove his telescope, convince himself that the world is flat, take a photo of our "pancake" shaped world with a polaroid camera, and send it off to NASA. Then, he'll harness his parachute, and hope not to land on his head because he's worried the bump could make him "normal!" (What the F is normal?)

Holland, a very flat country, support the Rocketman's claim because most Dutch people are convinced their world is the only world, and anything beyond their borders is alien, especially the UK, "Brexit, gottverdommen!"

Ancient Greek, Pythagoras, told the world that the planet was round, and was called mad! Mike, is now going to prove that Pythagoras was totally wrong, and a complete nutter, just like himself, and that is where the comparisons end because Pythagoras did not have a rocket to prove he was mad!

President Trump has been warned about Mike's rocket exiting US space and has ordered several alien UFO's, parked in Area 51, to be released and shoot it down just in case, Rocketman Mike, is brainwashed by another rocketman, Kim Jong Un, on his travels in the stratosphere!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: Rocket, nutters




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