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Monday, January 12, 2004
And it's manned with Micronauts...

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Why they don't model spacecraft after turtles...

Friday, January 16, 2004
Mars gets Punk'd!

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January 12, 2004: Will: NASA says the Mars rover Spirit will be ready to roll by Wednesday. Kepler: Heh. What's keepin' 'em? The rover I snuck onboard has been off the lander for a week! Will: The rover you snuck--?! What did you put on there?! Kepler: Just a little robot that I programmed... (a Milton Bradley Big Trak drives away from NASA's Spirit rover and lander on Mars). January 14, 2004: Kepler: NASA's pokey rover Spirit only goes 40 meters in a day. Mine can go 40 meter in a minute! See? This is why those stuffed shirts can't-- (the Milton Bradley Big Trak hits a rock on Mars and flips over as NASA's Spirit rover observes from the background) Uh-oh. You think I could call NASA and have them flip that back over for me? Will: I'm sure that's high on their "to do" list. January 16, 2004: TV: NASA's Mars rover Spirit is finally off the lander and is exploring the red planets' surface. One of its first tasks was flipping over a small, remote-controlled rover that had stowed aaway onboard. Kepler: Really? TV: Heh. No. Not really. Kepler: Stupid NASA punks! TV: Adding insult to injury, NASA's rover Spirit used its robotic arm to bury the stowaway axle-deep in sand.