Perseverance lands ancient computer on Mars


Obviously, the NASA program is not the perseverance rover – Mars or anything in particular without careful introspection – a comparison to that or this; this being another reason to check – and that to tip.

What … what can you tip with – stones.

Hard to believe – but check your bags – and we’re on our way, the department of step on your neck and shoot the judge just got an upgrade. A computer upgrade you say?

Yes. All they have to do is boil their tea with the stones collected on mars – however difficult or near to impossible. Maybe I can sell one of them – so they go to a good home.

No, these are the mechanics of an ancient computer – eat the mountain over there – while your friend disappears. Don’t look at the sun without a visor you said – and he did.

So, he saw a mastodon – doing the deed – and leaving an abnormally sized stone beside his own blood reflecting in the river of urine –

And that’s not a disease you said – and its not german – because you had never heard of it – and we’ll skip that part – and spit at you. lol

We have filled all of our vials – and vile they are – and the stone remains – like a gaping midnight sun.

Combine the stone which fell and the gaping hole and you get ancient computation. You could – but there is what they wrote about it –

“Perseverance, the heart of NASA’s $2.7 billion Mars 2020 mission, lifted off from Florida’s Space Coast atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket on July 30, 2020″

$2.7 billion that’s billion with a b – and surprise! Anyway …. Aaaaa-nyway –

Spell this out slowly – because every government on earth has tried to; maybe not just the colonies:


2. a convincing sign

3. of ancient Mars life

The United Arab Emirates’ Hope probe and China’s Tianwen-1 mission slipped into Mars orbit on Feb. 9 and Feb. 10, respectively, landmark achievements for both nations because Jesus really hates hoards of swine.

Really – hates – them. I had thought that from the beginning; and I had not known anything about plans for my next computer – and while capturing nearly the entire town of Dumfries for myself -there was one missing element.

“In March and early April, we weren’t sure we were going to be able to make it,” Jurczyk said. 

No I wasn’t.

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