Otakuite+ | Posted 02/02/09 | Reply
My first thought was, "What?! Doesn't North Korea have more important things to worry about, like the impending death of their leader?!" Haha, the connections my mind makes... The moon being drug to earth by rockets = possible death of North Korea's leader.
Senior Otaku++ | Posted 02/01/09 | Reply
"...The space agency will remove the American flag currentally defiling the moon."
BWHAHAHA!!! That was so funny!!!
(but the sad part was I almost believed it...)
Senior Otaku+ | Posted 01/31/09 | Reply
we wud probably all die if that ever happens
Otaku Legend | Posted 01/31/09 | Reply
(*laughs hard*) If something like this came out about forty or fifty years ago, you'd be hearing of mass chaos right about now! XD (The only thing it would need would be the immortal line, "We interrupt this broadcast to give you an important announcement!")
Ochibi~ (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 01/31/09 | Reply
LoL if they could really could bring the moon closer, you know how many tsunamis we'd have because of the moon's effect on the ocean's waves? Good thing it is a parody because we'd all be in for it...
Here's something to think about though; I learned in Astronomy class that in somewhere in the far future, we're not going to have a moon anymore because it'll lose it's gravitational pull and float away.
I don't know if that's entirely true or not, but it's just something I heard...
Detective Mask (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 01/31/09 | Reply
For a moment, I thought they were going nuts. Glad it's just a parody.
After watching Bruce Almighty, I don't think I'd want to have the moon become closer to us. Besides, what's the point of bringing it closer anyway? There's no benefits in it, and we don't even need it to be closer to us.
"There is no off position on the genius switch." ~ David Letterman
It would be nice for the moon to be closer but something tells me that this plan won't work so well ^^;
Otaku Idol (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 01/31/09 | Reply
My feelings are the same as that one person who commented on it: "But I like the moon."
Well what are the romantically inclined to do now, considering professing your love for someone under the distant star Sirius B doesn't carry the same emotional weight as uttering airy prose under a full moon does. That's romance then, sole property of Korea.