Thursday, February 21, 2008

Fallout, thy name is debris…

A bitch just had to write a follow-up on the Great Satellite Destruction Event of 2008. There’s no way in hell my ass is going to pass up the opportunity to use the word ‘obliterate’.


The United States obliterated that satellite on the first attempt.

Mmmmhmm, mission accomplished – satellite obliterated.

I love that word like hot chocolate during an ice storm.


Fallout, thy name is debris!

The United States and several other governments are tracking the debris from the recently obliterated (wink) spy satellite we blew the fuck up last night.

Marine Gen. James Cartwright, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, says that there is an 80 to 90% probability that our missile struck the fuel tank and destroyed the dangerous 1,000 pounds of hydrazine (shudder).

More analysis is needed to determine what kind of debris was created from the explosion and where that shit is headed.

So, mayhap it's not currently raining ice in St. Louis.

Maybe that stuff falling from the sky is actually debris-based space spittle!



Unknown said...

Like I mentioned previously, was it a coincidence that the launch was at 7:26 pm pacific time, the EXACT moment of totality for the lunar eclipse? Hmmmmmm. Yeah, get your deeds done during the Dark of the Moon (grin)

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry, Shark-Fu, I'm not at all convinced that this government is so motha'fuckin' concerned about the world's welfare that they can/would shoot some shit in outer space due to a concern for the world's masses over "toxic fuel". If they are that fucking concerned why did they not support the Kyoto Protocals years ago;and why have they disavowed the truth about global warming while the rest of the world acknowledged the truth of Al Gore's statement with a Nobel Prize award? And, lastly, why have Russia and China expressed concern over this shootdown? C'mon, y'all, we ain't stupid!!

Anonymous said...

.....and one other thing, Shark-Fu.
Let's suppose this 60 million dollar expose' of American technology in space is true, ie. they can track and destroy a space object traveling at 17,000 mph and make a direct hit, then why in hell can't they track amd destroy----or even locate---someone(on earth)such as bin Laden? We ain't got to be rocket scientists to know that there's somthin' amis in this narrative!
Osama bin Laden

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