In case anyone wants to know what it's about...
An elementary school science teacher in this Chicago suburb doesn't have to turn on the news for an update on NASA's space mission. She just turns on her video baby monitor.
Since Sunday, one of the two channels on Natalie Meilinger's baby monitor has been picking up black-and-white video from inside the space shuttle Atlantis. The other still lets her keep an eye on her baby.
Some of us don't like to click links if we don't know what's on the other end.
I'm so glad she can check on both her kid and the space shuttle. I can't imagine how she'd check on anything she saw that was wrong on the shuttle.
"Now everyone was giving her that kind of look UFOlogists get when they suddenly say, 'Hey, if you shade your eyes you can see it is just a flock of geese after all.'"
"You can't erase icing."
"I can't believe it doesn't work! I found it on the internet, man!"
I'm just glad it wasn't the other way around.
"Houston, could you repeat that re-entry angle?"
"Goo goo ah bah dah dah!"
"Uh, Houston, we're biting air, we really need that angle now! Houston?"
"Pthhhht! hee hee hee!"
STARGAZING: All I see are the lights of a billion places I'll never go. --Howard Tayler, Schlock Mercenary
It just sort of makes sense though, considering baby and folks on the Shuttle are all wearing diapers...
& they think it's the new solar arrays interfering with the ISS computers....
Interesting and funny