Hi all of you,
I don't remember all the details, but didn't a woman sue the government for blowing up an asteroid or something?
You have got
to be joking, right?
I could have sworn that this must
be an American, until I read Sitas post and discovered she was Russian. No offence, but our American brothers and sisters do sue over the wildest and most inconceivable of things.
At first I thought that lawsuit was complete tripe, and perhaps it is, but I would have loved to see some big-time lawyers argue the validity of astrological influences
Tripe indeed. Very interesting however, yes, that lawyers would have to argue the validity of astro influences in court.
The astrological influence of some unheard of asteroid however would be nil, apart from the sentimental value to the womans grandparents, they can blow it up for all I care, as long as the blast doesn't send the orbit of the planets out of kilter, I couldn't care less, and even if it did, perhaps it was meant to be. :|
The whole thing is ridiculous, if the woman believes so much in the astrological influence of the chip of space rock, then why does she not consult transits to her natal and see that it was destined to be blown up anyway? Didn't see that one coming did she? :roll:
If a huge asteroid was hurtling toward Earth and threatening the extinction of all terrestrial life, then we would be more than happy for NASA to blow it up.
Asteroids just don't hold any astrological weight for me. If they were to blow up the Moon however, well, thats a different story entirely. The fact that NASA have walked all over the Moon to me, is tantamount to great sacrilage, the Moon to me is most sacred and holy, and I shudder to think that there are footprints all over it, not to mention a flag!!! I really do hope that the Moon landings were faked. How dare they defile something so sacred?
Anyway, thats my rant over, I'm off my soapbox now. :?