Subject: Re: Why would they attack the Mars lander? From: Sian Massey Newsgroups: alt.fan.tom-servo Date: Wed, 8 Dec 1999 22:05:50 +0000 Message-ID: <NByrbCA+YtT4EwQY@altricm.demon.co.uk> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Captain Infinity <Infinity@world.com> wrote *some* of these things: MARTIAN LEADER: On the third planet, the Earthlings are wondering: >Why would the Martians destroy the Mars Lander? It poses them no difficulty to destroy Planet Earth itself. It is time we made good our >threat. All we want to do is take some soil samples and record some tectonic plate movements to calibrate our Doom Ray, then the Last Trump >sounds, right? So why would they want to cripple the mission? They know they'd have to take out Mars itself to stop us. >They've been sending stuff to Earth for decades now, and *we've* never reacted, just showed them fake rocky landscapes, so apparently no-one >interfered with their missions. Well, except for Betty and Barney Hill, who were abducted, anally probed, then pushed out of the flying saucer >when they tried to make copies of their Star Charts. But that was just kids looking for kicks, who were harshly punished for their ab- >normal curiosity, not deliberate destruction of the whole mission. > So, fellow Martians, should we crush the Earth like a puny bug? >I dunno about you, but I'm pretty peeved about the whole thing. Maybe the destruction of the Mars Lander will suffice. If that lesson fails, >the next landing mission should carry some Nukes. That will teach those uppity Earthlings their place, and they will have had from us >bastard Martians a lesson they won't soon forget. Mars is the superpower in this solar system, not Earth. > > >** >Captain Infinity > ..."You couldn't deny that, even if you tried with both hands." > --the Red Queen, _Through The Looking Glass_ My first wackylace. The sad thing is, it's taken me a week to do. So, marks out of 10? Any comments on style, content, presentation? ADVthanksANCE, -- Sian
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