Monday, March 18, 2013, 6:41 AM

Vacation Plans

I’ve continued to follow the reports of a foreign object drawing ever closer to our planet. It’s quite small. Some astronomers theorize that it is an asteroid that has somehow broken loose from a larger object such as a comet – I have my doubts.

The astronomical data shows that the object is moving irregularly, almost as if it was skipping through space. No asteroid zig zags. Could it be an Alien ship? A bone fide U.F.O? We can only hope. Things have been so dull now that I’m retired and stopped playing the “Great Game”. Even cross country skiing fails to cheer me up these days.

The Danish astronomer, Tycho Bresinnimus predicts that the “asteroid” may in fact collide with our planet. Its present course suggests that it may hit the Big Island of Hawaii, deep in the Pacific Ocean. The object is not large enough to cause a Tsunami, but could create a considerable “Kaboom” when it lands.

I’ve been looking up tickets all week for flights to Hawaii. They’re a bit expensive, but I’m due for a vacation from the Finnish winter. It’s just a shame that I’m going to miss our yearly ski trip to Lapland, but then again it’s not every day an alien ship is about to land in paradise – sacrifices will have to be made.

It’s been so much fun preparing for a mission – I mean vacation. I’ve already bought Foakly sun glasses, khaki shorts, aloha shirts (from E-bay), Zink Oxide (to protect my fair skin), Locals (Hawaiian flip flops, or “slippaz” as they are referred to by the locals) and long black socks so that I will blend in with all the other European tourists. I’m going to have a “capital” time as my friends at MI-6 say.

Aloha & Malahalo friends, see you in Paradise.

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Monday, March 18, 2013, 6:41 AM

Vacation Plans

I’ve continued to follow the reports of a foreign object drawing ever closer to our planet. It’s quite small. Some astronomers theorize that it is an asteroid that has somehow broken loose from a larger object such as a comet – I have my doubts.

The astronomical data shows that the object is moving irregularly, almost as if it was skipping through space. No asteroid zig zags. Could it be an Alien ship? A bone fide U.F.O? We can only hope. Things have been so dull now that I’m retired and stopped playing the “Great Game”. Even cross country skiing fails to cheer me up these days.

The Danish astronomer, Tycho Bresinnimus predicts that the “asteroid” may in fact collide with our planet. Its present course suggests that it may hit the Big Island of Hawaii, deep in the Pacific Ocean. The object is not large enough to cause a Tsunami, but could create a considerable “Kaboom” when it lands.

I’ve been looking up tickets all week for flights to Hawaii. They’re a bit expensive, but I’m due for a vacation from the Finnish winter. It’s just a shame that I’m going to miss our yearly ski trip to Lapland, but then again it’s not every day an alien ship is about to land in paradise – sacrifices will have to be made.

It’s been so much fun preparing for a mission – I mean vacation. I’ve already bought Foakly sun glasses, khaki shorts, aloha shirts (from E-bay), Zink Oxide (to protect my fair skin), Locals (Hawaiian flip flops, or “slippaz” as they are referred to by the locals) and long black socks so that I will blend in with all the other European tourists. I’m going to have a “capital” time as my friends at MI-6 say.

Aloha & Malahalo friends, see you in Paradise.