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January 30, 2004

Michael Jackson Appointed to Moon Walk Advisory Panel

I can't make this stuff up! Michael Jackson is one of the eight Bush appointees to the the commission! It says so in this AP story.

Pete Aldridge, former Air Force Secretary
Carly Fiorina, chairman and chief executive of Hewlett-Packard
Laurie Ann Leshin, a planetary geochemist at Arizona State University
Lester Lyles, retired Air Force General
Paul Spudis, a visiting scientist with the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston
Neil deGrasse Tyson, Rose Center for Earth and Space in New York
Robert S. Walker, former Representative from Pennsylvania
Mariz Zuber, Mars scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Michael P. Jackson of Virginia

Michael Pedophile Jackson, and something about virgins.

Actually, if I was ever appointed to something like that I'd hope they could say something more about me than my birthplace. Although the Go'uld always seem to use their place of origin as a title too, like "Grand Counciller Garshaw of Beloat", so maybe it's something spacey.

I won't even bring up what will likely result from having with the CEO of Hewlett-Packard on the board, other than to peer into the future and predict we'll one day hear the following.

Today the Lunar Accident Investigation Review Board returned their findings, blaming the accident on an error in inputting the landing coordinates because the on-board systems use what engineers term "Reverse Polish Notation", or RPN.

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Tengo Un poster De MICHAEL JACKSON y una montaña de sus discos, De cuando el era pequeño hasta ser el REY DEL POP:

Posted by: Carlos Javier Pérez Glez at Feb 24, 2004 4:35:01 PM