The second in an occasional series [find the first here] depicts Amazing Rocket Ship with sibling watching Dad flying a kite on a warm summer Sunday afternoon, somewhere in the Surrey hills.
The Paris Accord was heralded by Amazing Rocket Ship way back in December 2015 [see here]. Now President Trump has put his foot in it, as is his way, and says he is an isolationist when it comes to matters of economics/the actual future of our planet. Therefore, two Amazing Rocket Ships have taken it upon themselves to put the USA into isolation – literally – through sending the entire country [with the exception of California and NY] into a geostationary orbit above the planet Earth where it and its president can do no further harm and reflect on their stupidity. If the USA won’t comply with global emissions then let the USA do its dirty deeds in the vacuum of space. Here on Planet Earth Amazing Rocket Ship seeks to ‘make space for everyone’.
The Rocket Ship Foundation is offering this ‘make-your-own kit’ to the general public in an effort to raise funds for its new program: sending Amazing Rocket Ship to Mars. You can purchase this wonderful kit for a pittance by contacting your local Amazing Rocket Ship representative.
Technical details: Plywood, wire and cotton thread. Approximate dimensions: 21cmx30cm. Model can be customised/painted to individual taste.
Just back from talks with the North Korean administration [see here], Amazing Rocket Ship headed straight for Washington where US President Donald Trump was told: ‘This ain’t show business, Donald. It’s time for you to behave.’
Nasa’s announcement of a new solar system a mere hop, skip and a jump away is celebrated by Amazing Rocket Ship, which made the journey there recently to say a big and warm ‘help’ from Planet Earth.
The Rocket Ship Foundation is pleased to distribute worldwide this delightful and gay little poem written by an admirer of Amazing Rocket Ship and posted on Valentine’s Day just gone.
The letter only reached our office here in Australia this morning.
The poem reads:
Amazing Rocket Ship you are so kind/You do all sorts of things for mankind.
Amazing Rocket Ship I love your grace/It seems to be a beautiful embrace/Of all the world and space beyond./But who helps you understand/What we here on little Earth/Need the most to comprehend?
Amazing Rocket Ship I love you so/Do not leave us in the lurch, never do.
Times are tough with Trump and all:/Amazing Rocket Ship we rely on you.
The Rocket Ship Foundation has issued the following press release (without embargo: universal distribution through all media).
‘It is with humbleness that we wish to announce the Noble Committee has seen fit to award this year’s prestigious Prize to Amazing Rocket Ship, for the second year in succession. The Prize Committee (based at the University of Lewisham, and not to be confused with a similar sounding Swedish organisation) say the award recognises Amazing Rocket Ship’s tireless pursuit in Making Space for Everyone. The Committee state that “in the current uncertain global geo-political environment such a mission is without precedent in uniting the nations of the world to a common purpose”.’ Here is the certificate:
The Committee also noted the happiness Amazing Rocket Ship has brought to millions, regardless of race, creed or wealth. The Committee made special mention of ground-breaking research underway at the University’s department of Para and Neuro Psychology and the Philosophy of the Mind. Preliminary findings released earlier this year by Dr Jan Goldfingers and her team [follow this link for that report] demonstrate that just by looking at Amazing Rocket Ship neurons in the brain light up with a surge of delight and feckless abandon.
See here for the 2015 Prize announcement.
Note: This announcement comes on the same day the UN announced the next secretary-general. Rocket Ship Foundation is disappointed Amazing Rocket Ship’s application [see here] was unsuccessful. However, the Foundation is even more upset that despite numerous petitions the UN did not appoint a female candidate. What were they thinking?