NASA To Blow Up Moon Tomorrow


Posted October 8, 2009 - By Stephen Johnson

Moon Attack Proceeding As Planned

Our long national nightmare is finally ending. In retaliation for the Mooninites' vicious invasion of the city of Boston a few years ago, NASA will explode the moon tomorrow night, and thus usher in a bright, new, moon-free future.

NASA's cover story for the moon-splosion is that they are seeking confirmation that there is water on the lunar surface, and they plan to send a rocket down to the crater Cabeus, then fly a spaceship through the dust kicked up in order to analyze the dust cloud for the presence of water. They say the explosion won't actually harm the moon in any way. Yeah. Right. The old "we're looking for water!" excuse.

"We will finally show that damned moon who is the boss: The U.S.A," a NASA scientist did not say. "America can, should, must and will blow up the moon." He did not add.

The fireworks start tomorrow morning at 4:30AM PST. Do not miss it.

We at TheFeed applaud NASA's courageous actions, as we have long hated the moon, mainly because of the man on the moon -- I'll bet a rocket will wipe that smirk off his face. We also hate the nefarious influence the moon has on our tides. Centuries worth of floods have been caused by the moon's tyrannical gravitational pull, and we are simply sick of it.

As yet, the National Foundation for the Advancement of Werewolves has not commented, but experts expect them to say something like, "Oooo-wooooooo!" Here's Mr. Show's take on the developments.


NASA To Blow Up Moon Tomorrow


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