Saturday, November 14, 2009

Moon Water











(For a clear and big look at this cartoon, click the bear's invisible spaceship.)

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It may seem an odd coincidence that this cartoon about a bear not finding salmon on the moon appeared in papers just days before NASA announced they had found water on the moon. But in truth, I knew about the water on the moon ahead of time because I put it there. CHNW and I get water delivered to our place in Brooklyn and they brought too much one month, cluttering up the hallway just outside our door. So I stored a bunch of them on the moon to get them out of the way. I probably shouldn't have done it, but I figured no one ever uses the moon anyway, who's going to know?

I wonder how long it will be before they discover a mountain bike and some old record albums on the moon?

10 comments:

doug nicodemus said...

that is a hahahaha not the cartoon the comment.

Anonymous said...

Hah, the dusty mountain bike: the possession that proves you were a guy in the 90's.

Pagani said...

Yeah.... um, there may have been one or two there already, although the military paranoid nature of NASA wouldn't allow them to admit it.

Wait.... what kind of bear are we talking about?

ojeano said...

It makes me sad they found water on the moon.

...unless it turns out there is a giant monster protecting it.

Destroyer of Worlds said...

But what about all my Dad's National Geographics? Will they fing those too?

Rick O'Shay said...

Great explanation! As funny as the cartoon.

Katherine said...

That's a neat idea...you could use the moon as our own personal storage space. It's not going anywhere.

Allan Koay said...

Mr Piraro,

you're kidding me, right???

i've been using the moon to stash stuff too! all this while i thought i was the only one. when i was a teen, that was where i hid all my nudie mags, so my mom wouldn't find them.

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