Interference on Mars


During the first manned mission to Mars, astronauts Seymour and Woody are charting the Martian surface.

“Look at that,” says Seymour to Woody, “how beautiful this alien landscape is, untouched by man.”

At that point, he is cut off, as he finds his radio communications knocked out by unknown interference. Using an emissions detector, they follow the source of the interference until they reach the rim of a crater.

“Do you see what the source of that noise is?” asks Seymour.

“I don’t know,” says Woody, “but it might be coming from that Starbucks behind you.”

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