Sunday, October 17, 2004

Homer Simpson in China

From a BBC story about a satellite crashing into a Chinese villager's house:

A local newspaper printed a picture of a kettle-shaped capsule which appeared to be about two metres long, lying amid broken bricks, beams and roof tiles.


"The satellite landed in our home. Maybe this means we'll have good luck this year," the tenant of the wrecked apartment was quoted as saying by the newspaper.

Way to read the tea leaves, man. If you're really lucky, maybe you're crops will shrivel up and you're children will die from intestinal flukes.


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