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(The Register)   Scientists are now writing press releases that are Fark ready   (theregister.co.uk) divider line 16
    More: Interesting, Meteorite, moons, Earth, Perseids, press releases, lunar regolith, scientists, Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter  
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2014-02-24 10:51:24 PM
Nice headline, subby.
 
2014-02-24 11:59:53 PM
The impact was seen on September 11

A SECOND METEOR HAS HIT THE MOON!
 
2014-02-25 01:01:32 AM
Wow subby you weren't kidding were you. Seriously the word massive was in all caps.
 
2014-02-25 01:06:52 AM
PSA: Flashing and Mooning might get you in the PMITA prison
 
2014-02-25 01:50:31 AM
Boffinses.
 
2014-02-25 01:57:05 AM
So the headlines and articles from the Register, a web magazine famous for it's logo of a vulture and a slogan of "Biting the hand that feeds IT"  are now characterized as press releases written by scientists?

Thank you subby, I will give your point the consideration it is due.
 
2014-02-25 02:13:50 AM
I dunno. This is interesting and all, but I'm far more intrigued by the feral Chihuahua situation in Phoenix...
 
2014-02-25 02:31:50 AM
Subby has obviously never read The Register. It's what Viz readers turn to when they want a bit of serious news.

/Then they go back to reading Roger Melly and Johnny Fartpants
 
2014-02-25 03:05:06 AM

Canton: I dunno. This is interesting and all, but I'm far more intrigued by the feral Chihuahua situation in Phoenix...


Nice find.  I hear the chihuahuas have adopted red colors and the native prairie dogs have adopted blue.  Watch your ankles everyone!
 
2014-02-25 03:10:33 AM

Canton: I dunno. This is interesting and all, but I'm far more intrigued by the feral Chihuahua situation in Phoenix...


Sorry, but upon further thought, I can't help but post this so you can use it next time.  Blame it on the alcohol...

img.fark.net
 
2014-02-25 03:48:42 AM
oh great, feral chihuahuas.

*stomp stomp*
 
2014-02-25 09:23:29 AM

Canton: I dunno. This is interesting and all, but I'm far more intrigued by the feral Chihuahua situation in Phoenix...


The feral Chihuahuas do not want Taco Bell.  They want brains!
"No queremos Taco Bell.  Queremos cerebro."
 
2014-02-25 09:26:14 AM

fusillade762: The impact was seen on September 11

A SECOND METEOR HAS HIT THE MOON!


NEVER FORGET!
 
2014-02-25 09:50:21 AM

Marcus Aurelius: fusillade762: The impact was seen on September 11

A SECOND METEOR HAS HIT THE MOON!

NEVER FORGET!


memeforge.net

You've got a real quandary here.  Some conspiracy theorists will argue that the asteroid was guided by aliens who want to destroy the moon and bring about the New World Order by causing catastrophes that will affect Earth.  But then again, these same conspiracy theorists argue that Reptilians have secret bases on the Moon and may argue that this was the good aliens trying to beat the bad aliens so as to prevent the takeover of the Earth.  And the same conspiracy theorists argue that the Moon is actually hollow and is a secret spaceship, so there's some more layers to add.
 
2014-02-25 11:16:29 AM

eyeq360: Marcus Aurelius: fusillade762: The impact was seen on September 11

A SECOND METEOR HAS HIT THE MOON!

NEVER FORGET!

[memeforge.net image 550x500]

You've got a real quandary here.  Some conspiracy theorists will argue that the asteroid was guided by aliens who want to destroy the moon and bring about the New World Order by causing catastrophes that will affect Earth.  But then again, these same conspiracy theorists argue that Reptilians have secret bases on the Moon and may argue that this was the good aliens trying to beat the bad aliens so as to prevent the takeover of the Earth.  And the same conspiracy theorists argue that the Moon is actually hollow and is a secret spaceship, so there's some more layers to add.


Anyone else catch the last line of the article?

The possibility of it being a poorly driven space craft was not discussed. ®

It was aliens.
 
2014-02-25 12:31:47 PM

Mister Buttons: Canton: I dunno. This is interesting and all, but I'm far more intrigued by the feral Chihuahua situation in Phoenix...

Sorry, but upon further thought, I can't help but post this so you can use it next time.  Blame it on the alcohol...

[img.fark.net image 261x193]


Hah.

Yo, Daily Mail, I'm really happy for you, and Imma let you finish, but The Register is one of the best British tabloids of all time. Of all time!
 
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