NASA on Monday will broadcast the Beatles’ song “Across the Universe” across the galaxy to Polaris, the North Star.
The idea came from Martin Lewis, a Los Angeles-based Beatles historian, who then got permission from McCartney, Yoko Ono and the two companies that own the rights to Beatles’ music. One of those companies, Apple, was happy to approve the idea because is ‘always looking for new markets,’ Lewis said. “
In other news, during a Soupy Trumpet conference call yesterday morning, Grown Pumpkin assured Trumpet shareholders that the company would surely expand its dog crap delivery service to aliens. Bro Taguchi, however, was skeptical that Pumpkin’s dog, Mudbutt, could keep up with demand on Degoba.
Here’s a nugget regarding this virus with shoes known as the human race. We have reached the point where we now send machines into outer space to orbit the Erf and spill down the pure bliss of DirecTV and GPS devices that tell you where the fish are in the lake…then if they get messed up we can just shoot a missile up there to blow that machine to bits…so as to prevent the “satellite falling on peoples’ heads” thing from happening. We’ve actually been doing this for about 20 years. And the best part about it? Common folk like you and me have NO IDEA what is going on here. This is a “secret spy satellite,” so you never knew it was up there in the first place. It’s that far over your head…pun intened. Price tag? $60 million…yet another item that you’re better off not worry about. Go buy yourself a #6 and try not to think about it too much.