I knew it, he’s from Florida

Justin Harvey was driving through Orlando on Tuesday when he saw a rocket ship in the sky, leaving a trail of billowing white smoke on its way high above the heavens.

He didn’t bother to check the news afterward because he figured the Falcon Heavy rocket, launched by SpaceX and now considered the world’s most powerful operational spaceship, probably wound up in the Atlantic Ocean.

“When I saw it, I was ready to laugh,” he said. “Space travel is pretty much a hoax.”
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11 Responses to I knew it, he’s from Florida

  1. Terry Paul says:

    If the earth were really flat, then cats would have pushed everything off the edge by now.

  2. Oldav8r says:

    Uber driver who, no doubt, uses the GPS on his phone to get around thinks space flight is a myth. The irony is lost on this imbecile.

  3. massimo7 says:

    I wonder if this elon musk got the idea of the guy in the space suit in a convertible from the movie heavy metal

  4. Considering the amount of federal funding that Musk has sucked up for his space operations, to spend big bucks on a commercial for his other businesses is misappropriation.

    Do you know how much money the space launch part of his business could have charged to put that much mass into space?

    • For a first launch of a new launch vehicle, they usually used a deadweight of some kind, sometimes even a concrete plug. Sending up the Tesla was cooler.

  5. Bacon says:

    “They generally believe the world is a large, stationary disk surrounded by an ice wall.”

    What I want to know is, how thick is that ice wall, and what’s beyond it?

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