23 August 2009

August research findings

Researchers at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki discovered a new benefit to smoking that may prevent the sort of insufferable, overwrought rhapsodizing about food amateur gluttons and professional restaurant critics indulge in.

Researchers not at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki found a “space giraffe” frolicking on the lunar surface. Does this mean NASA’s plan to bomb the moon violates the Endangered Species Act? Lawyers for the space agency refuse to comment.

3 comments:

  1. Only if giraffes are endangered on the Moon (as contrasted w/ e.g Kenya), is there a potential statutory violation. Context is everything. The jury is still out on the Lunar Longnecks.

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  2. They must be endangered. If the moon were teeming with space giraffes there would be more than a single image of one. Are you with NASA?

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  3. I am NASA.
    However, your point is well taken.

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