Space grab fails to impress

LETTER

So Mr Beck desires to be the brightest star in the sky (Gisborne Herald January 25).

My mate reckons he should fire himself towards the sun, or at least keep his space junk at home in the garage for humanity’s sake and his own.

What arrogance, what nerve, what spin . . . hasn’t he figured it out yet — the more communication the more neurosis.

Should be a law against it!

Wayne Rickard

So Mr Beck desires to be the brightest star in the sky (Gisborne Herald January 25).

My mate reckons he should fire himself towards the sun, or at least keep his space junk at home in the garage for humanity’s sake and his own.

What arrogance, what nerve, what spin . . . hasn’t he figured it out yet — the more communication the more neurosis.

Should be a law against it!

Wayne Rickard

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Tony - 3 months ago
Wayne, do you and your mysterious mate share the same view?

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