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Friday, January 23, 2004

2004: A Space Odyssey 

It seems that besides the democratic primary race, the only other thing the New York Times is covering is space. The Spirit Rover landed on Mars, rolled off its ship, lost contact, and then regained contact. A European satelite spots ice on Mars. Brazil's sattelite-rocket blows up (which actually happened in August but was reported in the Times today). China is speeding ahead to get a man on the moon and Bush wants people to live on the moon. They even reported on the conspiracy theories surrounding the Mars landing.

Space is, like, important and all, but we would really prefer it if the Times reported on interesting stuff like the Bennifer breakup, 'kay?

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