Monday, April 24, 2006

Bob Park sleeping?

It's Monday, April 24, 2006, and the most recent post on WN is for April 14.

From the 14th:

If all goes well, Americans could be landing on the Moon in 2018, just 49 years after the Apollo 11 moon landing. Aside from a spacecraft to get us there, all we need is a reason, and NASA is working on that. In 2009, an SUV-sized spacecraft will smash into the Moon's south pole, making a big hole and sending up a plume of debris. The last time they tried this was the 1999 Lunar Prospector. It didn't kick up squat, so they're gonna hit it harder. What they hope to see in the plume is water. Water would allow astronauts to "live off the land," and "could be used to make fuel," Michael Griffin, the NASA Administrator explained. They are free to use my faucet if it would solve the fuel crisis here on Earth.

Bob, you could discuss the Alameda Superior Court holding that Proposition 71 is constitutional, and that just because potential recipients of state money sit on the various boards there isn't evidence of a conflict of interest. And, Snuppy's birthday is today.


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