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(Ars Technica)   "Down here at Honest Elon's Used Rocket Emporium, our prices are InSaNe We've got lightly used rockets that were driven by a little old lady on her way to the ISS. Free budgie with every rocket"   ( divider line
    More: Cool, Global Positioning System, Rocket, US Space Force, GPS modernization, critical Global Positioning System missions, General relativity, Reuse, Space Force  
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2020-09-26 7:26:56 AM  
7 votes:
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/Free the Budgies!
2020-09-26 7:01:26 AM  
5 votes:
Will I need to smuggle the budgie myself?
2020-09-26 1:01:16 AM  
5 votes:
SCTV Tex & Edna Boil's Organ Emporium
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2020-09-26 8:21:04 AM  
3 votes:

Monty_Zoncolan: I saw my first Tesla TV ad this morning, girl grows up, dad's a violinist who loses his hearing and they ride out to the desert where she's set-up a festival sized sound system and a record player... I'm not sure what any of that said about the car but... yeah.

It's, like, a representation that music is universal, man.  That you can put your life on hold for the sound, man.  Just like you can put your life on hold to buy a Tesla, man...
2020-09-26 9:41:46 PM  
1 vote:
Discount Dan's Pretty Above Board House of Bargains
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