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The refrigerator just doubles the search area...

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The answers are yes, no, and don't be stupid...

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February 3, 2003: George W. Bush speaks on TV while Will, Al, and Mitch look out the window: In an age where space flight has come to seem almost routine, it is easy to overlook the dangers of travel by rocket, and the difficulties of navigating the fierce outer atmosphere of the Earth. These astronauts knew the dangers, and they faced them willingly, knowing thy had a high and noble purpose in life. Because of their courage and daring and idealism, we will miss them all the more. February 5, 2003: Dana: In order to figure out what happened to the Columbia, NASA will be looking for pieces as small as a business card in an area that covers three or more states! Al: Wow. That's incredible! I can't even find the remote! Dana: I told you to stop takin it with you when you get snacks. February 7, 2003: Kepler: Will, do you think NASA will keep the shuttle program? Will: I don't know, Kepler. Kepler: Do you think they'll take humans out of space and leave the exploration to robots? Will: I don't know that, either. Kepler: Do you think this is all some sort of alien conspiracy? Will: I told you... no more Art Bell! Kepler: Pfft! It's been George Noory since the beginning of the year!