Sunday, October 12, 2008

Spread the word!

You will all be interested to learn that the moon isn't real.
It's made of styrofoam, and a helicopter dangles it in the sky.
No, really. It's on the Internet, so it must be true....

(**struggling to keep a straight face**)

Here, read all about it....

http://www.thenetw0rk.com/news/2003_03_moon.shtml


Well, I'M convinced....
How about you? :)
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21 comments:

Mimi Lenox said...

If it's on the internet it must be true...uh huh...

Your June 2008 peace globe has been placed in The Peace Globe Gallery.
You are officially peace globe #1035.
BlogBlast For Peace ~ November 6, 2008 is going to be awesome! Please spread the word on your blog. Hope to see you there!

Janna said...

Mimi: Thanks for putting me in the gallery. :)

bv said...

Hehe! Great post! Happy MM!

Marilyn said...

I gotta do my peace globe...

The moon is made of cheese. My dad said so, so it must be true.

Janna said...

BV: Thanks for stopping by. :)

Marilyn: But that makes no sense. How could a helicopter dangle a big ball of cheese? Wouldn't it (the cheese) just fall apart? Nope. It's gotta be styrofoam. That's the scientific answer. :)

anthonynorth said...

Well, it's as good as many other ideas on the moon. In my local area there is a huge bowl depression in the land. Legend says a giant scooped up a huge chunk of Earth and threw it into the sky. Guess what it is?

earthlingorgeous said...

Hahahahaha! The moon is made of cheese that is what my dad said too! Hahahahaha! It's on the internet it must be true hahahaha! Happy Moon-ic Monday!

Villager said...

Happy MM! HELICOPTER!?! I always thought that a de-commissioned blimp was holding it up...

I invite your blog readers to see my tribute to the Negro Space Program!

peace, Villager

Broadway Matron said...

Why do I always half-believe you? LOL

~Just Me~ said...

Lol....I still believe the moon was made of cheese.

Ivanhoe said...

I'm with you. Styrofoam it is :o)

Farmhouse Kitchen Sinks said...

lol if it is on internet it is true? proof?

xup said...

"I knew that", she says haughtily, tossing her luxurious curly hair over her shoulder with a well-manicured hand.

the teach said...

Ha! Jana, the rest of that website is pretty funny too! :)

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

You and Marilyn are drinking/taking the same thing today right? Bwahahahaha. Good one. Have a great day. :)

Janna said...

AnthonyNorth: Does the legend explain how the moon went from dirt-colored to white?

EarthlingGorgeous: The Internet is a funny place sometimes. :)

Villager: Well, they used to use the Hindenburg, before it burned up. I think that was a zephyr, though.

BroadwayMatron: Because I'm only half-full of BS. (Don't believe the rumors).

JustMe: You could try some on crackers, just to be sure....

Ivanhoe: Yay!

Farmhouse: Proof only complicates things. :)

Xup: LOL!

TheTeach: I know! :)

Sandee: Marilyn decided to share, so I said "sure!!"

Steven said...

No, no, no. Everybody knows that a helicopter would make too much noise and couldn't fly at such high altitudes. Silly. It's clearly a zero-sound emitting spacecraft loaned by the intergalactic agency for moon projects.

Da Old Man said...

So then what did they call it when someone pulls down their pants and flashed them at another before the moon was invented?
That is I'm assuming people had butts before 1958. I've only seen pictures of the fronts of people, or they were sitting, which doesn't prove the existence of the tuchas.

Janna said...

Steve: With the current economic crisis, we're probably going to default on the loan payments for that spacecraft. It'll be repossessed, and then there will be no more moon. So enjoy it while you can.

DaOldMan: Good point. I guess the Greek statues of naked people (and similar renaissance statues) had butts, so that would prove the existence of butts before 1958.
As for what "mooning" used to be called, it was probably something stupid like "the double tomato popout."
No wonder they changed it.

Mitzy said...

I made a replica of the moon in sixth grade out of styrofoam, And! my teacher said it looked really life-like. So, I'm pretty sure she was in on it...

Very cool site. Thanks!

Janna said...

Mitzy: Maybe she's the one who flies the helicopter!