Super Bowl hot air sends rocket to the moon

Funny story written by Buck E Filbert

Monday, 5 February 2007

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Announcers give off hot air

A group of independent researchers and scientists hypothesized that, if all the hot air generated by announcers, game experts and player analysts were bottled it could possibly launch a rocket to the moon.

For the first time before, during and after the game, empty speculation, long winded play by play conjecture and player side by sides were all collected into huge tanks and shipped
to Rocketdyne launch facility.

At Rocketdyne the scientists loaded an old Titan rocket with all that hot air and launched it into space.

As of this moment the missile is speeding to the moon in break neck speed.

"We have proved our theory to be true, television announcers have an almost unlimited
supply of energy coming out of their mouths and at their disposal, it should be harnessed for the good of mankind". said, Harvey Cohen, hot air research director,

Scientists estimate if all the hot air spewed by television personalities were to be captured it could power the Los Angeles freeway system for an unlimited time.

From the desk of
Buck E Filbert
Feb 5 2007

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

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