Tuesday, December 11, 2007

I, for one, welcome our new Arachnid overlords


Best of The Man
Houston, we have a problem. It seems as our fuel lines are leaky and a piece of foam has fallen off the shuttle. Oh, and there's a big ass spider eating the flight engineer.

Best of divine miss m
Ten...nine...eight...oh, no, man, like, flashback city...which way to the bummer tent?!

Best of Mr. Right
Moments later, the booster rockets fired and the smear on the cockpit windshield was not to be believed!

Best of Rodney Dill
I suspect a plot to control the World Wide Web

Best of curly
Jan. 2008: The sign of the black widow spider will be projected onto the skyline whenever police commissioners need to contact President Hillary Clinton.

Best of prince of leaves
ORA: "Great Maker...nooooo..."

Best of Rodney Dill
While Sauron had been defeated and perished, Shelob eventually went on to become an important part of the space program by securing loose pieces of foam on the space shuttle with her web.

Best of Jack Reacher
The image that could have launched a thousand Roger Corman films.

Best of GregMan
Trying hard to work "Sully" into a caption about a giant spider... oh frack it, I give up...


30 comments:

V the K said...

The Space Shuttle Atlantis is menaced by the Divine Miss M's tattoo.

sonicfrog said...
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Friend of USA said...

Told ya the Americans never went to the moon, it is all made in Hollywood with tiny props as revealed here.

lawhawk said...

NASA: Needs Another Spaceship ASAP

I welcome my spider overlords.

Jimmy the Spider was a hit at the holiday party when he told of how he spooked NASA into thinking that the Earth had been invaded by giant 8-legged freaks.

The Man said...

Kent Brockman reporting. We are under attack from giant space spiders. I for one support the alien invasion...

The Man said...

Tom Tancredo anti-alien platform got a boost after NASA was overran by giant alien spiders.

The Man said...

Houston, we have a problem. It seems as our fuel lines are leaky and a piece of foam has fallen off the shuttle. Oh, and there's a big ass spider eating the flight engineer.

The Man said...

NASA - Not Another Spider Attack

The Man said...

Mission Control...we need another set of diapers up here.

divine miss m said...

Ten...nine...eight...oh, no, man, like, flashback city...which way to the bummer tent?!

Mr. Right said...

♫ Spider-Pig, Spider-Pig, Does whatever a Spider-Pig can... ♫

Mr. Right said...

Faced with an attack by the fiendish Green Goblin, NASA turns on the Spider signal, summoning Spider-Man...

Mr. Right said...

A scene from the upcoming motion picture "Amazon Spiders on the Moon"

Mr. Right said...

"Fuel gauge... check!, Oxygen level... check!, Giant man-eating spider... check... Wait a minute... oh, my God!!! Help us!!! Aaaaaaaaaahhhhh!!!"

Mr. Right said...

Proof positive that NASA's experiments with exposing arachnids to heavy doses of cosmic radiation was a very bad idea.... a VERY bad idea, indeed!

Mr. Right said...

Moments later, the booster rockets fired and the smear on the cockpit windshield was not to be believed!

Rodney Dill said...

I suspect a plot to control the World Wide Web

curly said...

I don't know what happened here, but I do know it's the fault of the evil Bush regime.

curly said...

Open the sphincter door, Hal.

curly said...

Due to poor weather conditions off the coast of Florida, NASA is forced to launch the shuttle from Tunisia, home of the gargantua tarantula .

curly said...

Jan. 2008: The sign of the black widow spider will be projected onto the skyline whenever police commissioners need to contact President Hillary Clinton.

prince of leaves said...

ORA: "Great Maker...nooooo..."

Rodney Dill said...

While Sauron had been defeated and perished, Shelob eventually went on to become an important part of the space program by securing loose pieces of foam on the space shuttle with her web.

Jack Reacher said...

The image that could have launched a thousand Roger Corman films.

Jack Reacher said...

At the direction of Nobel Prize winner Al Gore, The Space Shuttle was downsized to limit its carbon footprint.

sonicfrog said...

So, NASA seems to have erred twice when they said they canceled the latest launch due to a bug in the fuel system - the problem is definitely NOT inside the fuel system, and it's definitely NOT a bug!!!

GregMan said...

"First it was the fuel sensors. Then the Cylons attacked. Now it's a giant spider. I tell you, we just can't catch a break on this mission."

GregMan said...

"Hello, Area 51? This is NASA down at Cape Canaveral. One of your 'pets' got loose again."

GregMan said...

Trying hard to work "Sully" into a caption about a giant spider... oh frack it, I give up...

curly said...

In the "wide stance contest", the Endeavor lost to the spider.