:: DIE, EARTHLING ::

This is not–as the text and palette might suggest–a photo of me on Mars.

Rather, I am in a science lab, standing in front of a poster summarizing Kerry Cupit‘s experience at the Mars Desert Research Station in February of 2008, having attended an insightful talk on the same subject that he today presented at SFU.

What’s more? I am listening to Viper Pilot‘s hoopy new release Spacelab Invaders while wearing a Space Invaders shirt, itself a product of Viper Pilot Industries, Inc.

(Basically, the jpg is so densely meta that it runs the risk of collapsing in on itself, menacing all life on Earth. [In turn, a reference to the very threat implied on the shirt {DIE, EARTHLING}.])

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5 responses to “:: DIE, EARTHLING ::

  1. M-Tard

    The period goes after the second boxy bracket thing, but before the paranthesis. See example below. Blah di blah bi blah}].)

  2. from Atomique…

    …only if there was no period ending the sentence before.

    For simplicity’s sake, try:

    (Basically, the jpg is so densely meta that it runs the risk of collapsing in on itself, menacing all life on Earth; in turn, a reference to the very threat implied on the shirt [DIE, EARTHLING].)

    You don’t even really need the ‘[DIE, EARTHLING]’ as we can see it on your shirt. But I’m just being pedantic.

    We don’t get talks that cool as part of Brisbane’s regular public lectures on science. Chad, want to join us Haggmans on the first colony ship to Mars? I always wanted to be Mars’ first news correspondent but I’ll settle for its first media communications officer.

  3. Pingback: More Space Invaders « Viper Pilot’s Briefing Room

  4. cenobyte

    Tag, earthling!

  5. COME BACK YOU SON OF A BITCH

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