The story about this killer astronaut chick has been like a fly buzzing around my head all day. Media is more fly-like these days, I've decided. Nervously darting from interest to interest, looking for fresh carcass, stirring up shit, never remembering anything that happened more than a second ago.
In the accused killer astronaut's favor, I have heard from top astronauts such as David Bowie, Elton John, and Stanley Kubrick that it gets mighty lonely up there and oftentimes our spacepeople see other beings from other galaxies who have a different and, sometimes, superior moral code than ours on Earth, so who's to say violence wasn't the right choice in this case?
If I were her lawyer, I'd claim that ET told her it was the right thing to do. It would outrage many because ET is, after all, a pillar of our society and seemingly unimpeachable due to his tireless emotional appeals for love and unity, but it may work.
Our brains are not as developed as, perhaps, other beings. I read where we only use 4% of our brains on any given day. We're not nearly as advanced as we think. No, as long as this stays between astronauts, we civilians should stay out of it, because it's not "our thing."
Nowak raced from Houston to Orlando wearing diapers in the car so she wouldn't have to stop to go to the bathroom, authorities said. Astronauts wear diapers during launch and re-entry...
Obviously the woman is nuts, but I've gotta give her some respect on this one. How embarrassing it must be to government officials who must now explain how they spent our tax dollars to train a woman how to diaper herself, so she could drive non-stop to kill the competition for some cock?
So, how good and charitable and saintly do you feel now after seeing the effects of dumbing down entry standards in the military, good-intentioners? I'm sure her government evaluators were in on the fix to characterize her borderline personality as "strong-willed," so that equally nutty and gullible women could join up for the military and send their votes to their pure-hearted benefactor, Senator Lesbian McVictim.
Outside of political gain, women currently have no business being in space. There's simply nothing for them to do.
The woman's big mistake was not doing her deeds up in space. I don't think there are any laws in space yet, so you can do pretty much what you want. The only reason nothing goes wrong up there is that the astronauts are lied to and told that there are laws in space, and that they're going to count the number of astronauts on the way up and if the number coming back doesn't match up, they will be punished. If I'm wrong about this, please show me your source for the official laws of Space, written by someone not named Roddenberry or Wells.
How far do our laws go? Anyone know? Discuss. As far as a rocket can take us? What if someone killed someone a light year away? By the time you hear about it, everybody's dead anyway. It's unenforceable.
What if we get out of the rocket on the moon? Who's call is it? Right now, as you read this, people on the moon are allowed to kill each other, which is why we've seen fewer moon landings of late and no one is currently there. That's why we need to establish before our sworn enemies do, our way of life on the moon. We need to get up there, kill every sentient being we find and start fresh. Because they won't accept our laws of decency and justice. They are lawless. We have no time to waste. The Muslims are almost finished building their giant ladder to the moon.