Straight Line of the Day: Russia Plans to Have a Moon Base by 2030, Which Will Feature…

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Russia plans to have a moon base by 2030, which will feature…

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  1. …futuristic space-communism!

    …a guy with a Russian-German accent and a low voice that sounds like Henry Kissinger to do all countdowns and announcements.

    …plans copied directly from Moonraker.

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  2. …civilians who will not leave, no matter what, held there by Stalingravity.

    …claims that the base can’t be seen because it was built on the dark side.

    …dachas for the powerful cosmonauts, located on the shore of the Sea of Tranquility.

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  3. …an amazingly futuristic piece of technology known as “the working toilet,” something the common proles can only dream of.
    PS: In Soviet Russia moon nukes you.

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  4. …Tom Cullen saying “M. O. O. N., that spells moon base”, thus increasing a thousand fold the useful information that space exploration has given us since NASA went M. O. O. N., that spells Muslim.

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  5. @19 Eric: that “amazingly futuristic piece of technology…”

    Processing human waste requires H20, O2 plus heat if you want to sterilize it for fertilizer in your Lunar greenhouse. So, in order to eat, you must crap first. This will lead to a new communist manifesto: “(1) From each, according to his crap; (2) to each, refer to #1.”

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  6. … for Edward Snowden, The Arrest Warrant At The End Of The Universe.

    But they ll probably just say “So Long And Thanks For All The Phishing.”

    … a Tsar Trek convention.

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  7. …one small poo for Laika II, one giant walking the dog for mankind.

    …Sarah Palin claiming she can see Russia from pretty much anywhere, at night.

    …zero eclipses of the moons if the drapes are left open.

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