Nov 30, 2000

Only our Moon and the star Sirius will shine brighter than the new solar array being launched into space today. Once the wacked-out astronauts float around in outer space for a few days unfolding the 17 tons of solar panels and the thing is turned on, there's going to be a super-bright man made star in the sky. Weird. I hope the astronauts are equipped with supertectonics engineered "Vulhume Dampeners" to counteract "electro-static arc." Otherwise, we could have a potential situation on our hands.

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