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July 27, 2022


Debris from China rocket launch will crash land, but no one knows where

(Thanks to Suzie Q Wacvet)


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I'm guessing Earth.

Let's hope it crashes on China so they can get their stuff back.

Flathead County is safe. Nothing as exciting as a Chinese rocket crash ever happens in Flathead County.

However, there is always that first time...

I wonder if my home insurance covers falling rocket debris?

On the plus side, rocket surgeons say the odds of it landing in Uranus are almost zero.

We do know that it will fall "...somewhere between 41 degrees north latitude and 41 degrees south latitude."

Which means that my house is out of danger from this event, and those things that go bump in the night are something else.

Will this debris hit me before or after I'm stricken down with the latest Covid variant, monkeypox, or burned up by Global Warming?

You'll immediately recognize it should you see it coming your way. Due to it's unique shape, the designer was stolen from Bezos. Keep an eye out.

Isn't it a b1tch?
Are we contraire?
Me here at last on the ground
Trash in mid-air
Send in the clowns

Initial sightings have already reported.

That return capsule looks like a minion.

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