Blue Ridge Nebula Airline, submitted by Kruger. Woah nellie! It seems the race to bring commercial travel up into space has reached a fevered pitch, with multi-billion dollar companies fighting each other for those precious space bucks. Well movie over Virgin Airlines, because "Blue Ridge Nebula Airlines" is here and they mean business! Well, assuming "business" means "pushing a pickup truck-sized sauce pan on wheels down the highway at ridiculously safe speeds."
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"Blue ribbon connection," more like Blue Ribbon Pabst. So let me get this straight: if I put 10% down today, these guys can take me into space tomorrow? Hell, I'm writing a check and packing my space-bags right now! I can't wait to board the square, 20-foot wide styrofoam UFO that Commander 6-Pack there is piloting! I hope he'll be wearing his official space pilot tank top. My only concern is that their space shit - I mean space ship - might experience a few issues while reentering the Earth's atmosphere. It's not like I don't trust these guys, but I just get a little nervous when I can see the plywood sticking out of the ship that's supposed to take me into space. It's easy to have faith in a company when they produce scientific evidence such as this:
10% down today gets you a good down payment on a copy of Adobe Photoshop and a new Haynes wife beater undershirt. Act now and we'll let you assemble a good portion of the spacecraft by yourself. Bring your own roofing nails and beer.
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That atheist professor should have kept his mouth shut around this American Sniper.
'Let the building eat you.'
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