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In the cold vacuum of space, a rover begins its mission of curiosity and discovery.

With abundant evidence of speech, scientists posit they may find life in this inhospitable terrain.

The massive red planet contains life of sorts-- and the rover's Bile Spectrometers indicate increasing eruptions of casino cash to come.

On this strange planet, over thirty-six million in billionaire-dollars is the equivalent of three-hundred-and-ten dollars spent by an average American family on earth.

In this gravity, one-hundred million is petty cash.

Indeed, there are other planets nearby, captivated by the pull of the massive Scalia at the center of this solar system.

The great dome of Karl Majora orbits the Scalia, bound by the forces of Citizens United.

But of even greater mass, another red planet is larger than all blue planets combined.  

Yet the craft continues on its mission:  the quest to find life behind the massive fields of dark matter that dwarf all other planets.

Red dark matter still outweighs blue, and the search for identifiable life is based soley on light and sound waves of political advertisements emanating from the darkness.

True, science posits:  where there is speech, there is life.

Yet that remains to be seen, and a quest for all humanity . . . continues.

[now, flat HAL voice/2001]


Are you human?  Sheldon, is that you?  Who is there?  Greetings.  Do you breathe?  Are you an executive?  An entertainer?  Equestrian?  

Geoffery?  Sheldon?  David?  Charles?  Are you there?  Hello?  Hello.

Originally posted to Daily Kos on Fri Aug 10, 2012 at 07:00 AM PDT.

Also republished by Comics.

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