A Few Questions and (possibly) A Few Answers

Q: Are you for real? A: Indeed. I am 100% real.

Q: What do you really do? A: Sell space travel supplies.

Q: Oh come on. That's ridiculous. A: That wasn't a question.

Q: Fine...aren't you part a secret organization or something? A: You must be referring to 826 Seattle

Friday, February 19, 2010

Hey Kids-It's New!


PRICE: $.75   

PACKAGE INCLUDES: One standard sized Pluto Postcard. 

DOES NOT INCLUDE: postage (terrestrial or intergalactic)

PRACTICAL USES: Tired of taking exotic vacations and being unable to rub it in the faces of your friends and family? Next time you decide to take a trip to the galaxy’s hottest (and tiniest) destination, let the folks back home know what they’re missing. No WiFi in the outer reaches of the solar system you say? Never fear; this postcard’s patented square corners allows you to send the old fashioned way - the mail!    

NOTES: Edges may be sharp, use gloves while handling to avoid paper cuts. The Pluto Postcard features an image of Pluto and its orbiting moons, ample room to write, and fun facts about the planet (that’s right – PLANET).
This postcard can also be used to send a note of complaint to the IAU, care of:

Karen J. Meech, President of the IAU Division of Planetary Systems Sciences
University of Hawaii Honolulu
 Institute of Astronomy

2680 Woodlawn Dr

Honolulu HI 96822

Robert Williams, President of the IAU Executive Committee
Space Telescope Science Institute

3700 San Martin Drive

Baltimore MD 21218-2410 

(you didn't hear it from us)

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