Frank Advice for Life

If you aim for the moon, even if you miss you’ll be amongst the stars… though it’s pretty redundant to nuke them.

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  1. I want to take the chance to congratulate Frank on the progress you have made with the current administration. Who would’ve thought it would be a Democrat who would finally actually blow up the moon? I hope you will take the time and read my recent entry on my blog acknowledging your accomplishments.

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  2. I really hope that President has an exit strategy for this military engagement. It would be terribly humiliating to have to cede territory when he ends up losing this war with the moon. I’ll bet he’ll try to just give up red states.

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  3. Uh-oh. I just discovered that there may be a Theme Song Race looming: NASA’s got one for this bombing mission: http://lcross.arc.nasa.gov/mission.htm (“Water On The Moon” downloadable MP3 link under the pictures — it’s not too bad, actually, and the opening will be particularly hard to surpass).

    What’s gonna be the tune for the Big Show? Somehow, “We’ll Meet Again” seems so vapid….

    Perhaps “I’m American,” by Stuck Mojo? (Disclosure note: I have nothing to do with the band and really don’t like heavy metal, but just really like that and “Open Season” and they’re Southern, which is important cuz I’m homesick right now.)

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  4. Et tu Frank J? The moon is 238,857 miles from earth on average. The closest star (aside from the sun) is Proxima Centauri at about 4.37 light-years away. That means that, if you miss the moon, you’ll die a terrible death in the vast black void of outer space unless you manage to crash into a planet first. Under NO circumstances will you survive long enough to get “among” any stars. Or am I taking this whole thing a bit too seriously?

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