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October 31, 2020

THEY COULD ACHIEVE THE SAME RESULT FOR A LOT LESS MONEY BY FLYING TO MIAMI

SpaceX will not recognise international law on Mars, according to the Terms of Service of its Starlink internet project.

(Thanks to Rod Nunley)

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What's this about laws? Laws in CA? In the U.S.? Next Tuesday Mars will know, "We got your 'law' right here."

Well, that's pretty much a given. On Mars, International law will look much different, so nearly unrecognizable.

By the time this becomes important, I'll be dead.

Reading this stuff gets me spaced out.


Marstown meeting 2040

Here on Mars we don't need no stinkin' badges or any Earthers telling us what kind of stinkin' laws to enact.
As a matter of fact we have construction trucks, BIG construction trucks. Lawyers coming here trying to tell us how to run the place could easily be called "flat Earthers."
That said, we citizens will now adjourn and retire to the Mars Bar for beers.

-----Emperor Musk

https://youtu.be/AZKcl4-tcuo

Martin's Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator is the only law there is on Mars.

Perhaps Elon will be the First King of Mars? https://aminoapps.com/c/peter-capaldi-lovers/page/blog/the-first-king-of-mars/818o_1vHmunGbz1VzpZ7Nk8gk0VprxGaBD

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