Sunday, February 26, 2006

We were already there!



Two little known facts about the moon.

1) New Zealand was already there when Armstrong arrived

2) The air is perfectly breathable...

San Nakji for President!

15 comments:

Friar Tuck said...

ha!

roman said...

OK now, San Nakji, you're going to have to silhouette and add shadow just a little bit better than that for more realism.
Good first effort, though.

San Nakji said...

I know, I know! Shadows are next on my list!

Tim Rice said...

Good try! ;)

The Archivist said...

The moon has no air to breathe.

Without air, there can be no wind.

Without wind, the American flag should be limp.

What the hell gives?

Ashley said...

cute.

Fahd Mirza said...

Another fact will also reveal in the short time, that San Nakji is the president of moon. :)

Oricon Ailin said...

The American flag has a pole across the top of the flag to hold it out like it is.

Of course there is no wind. That is why they put the little pole across to hold up the flag.

SN...VERY cute pic!!! Keep dreaming though! heheh

The Archivist said...

Okay, even with the pole, look at the bottom of the flag. It's not perfectly straight, it's flapping around. It should not be.

San Nakji said...

KS, didn't I just say that the air is perfectly breathable. There is your answer...

minty clorets said...

http://www.redzero.demon.co.uk/moonhoax/Flag.htm
http://pirlwww.lpl.arizona.edu/~jscotti/NOT_faked/FOX.html

I can't believe so many people fell for that faux "special"

Oricon Ailin said...

The flag has ALWAYS had that wrinkly wavy look to it. When they planted the flag, it just stayed like that.

*sighs* All you skeptics out there thinking the whole thing was filmed in a studio. *rolls eyes*

hehe

San Nakji said...

Look, how many times do I have to say the air is breathable? The flag was therefore moving in the wind. The only fool here is the astronaut who thought that he needed a space suit. Overkill huh?

The Archivist said...

There is no air on the moon, you silly!

San Nakji said...

Then how are those girls able to get by?