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Space, also known as "that thing up there," is the location of everything other than America's planet, including the stars, the universe, Africa, the International Space Station, the black hole that pissed Stephen off, and things pertaining to intelligence. It also includes all the stuff we'll have to pass by on our way to New Earth.

There are many ideas related to space, and people think it's really important for lots of reasons.

What Is In Space?Edit

As we all know, we don't see everything that is in the sky, so there must be a lot up there. I mean, think about it. There are a lot of things up there.

Exploring SpaceEdit

Science and the astronauts may have things to say about this subject, but its quite clear that they don't know everything about it. And what's NASA done lately, anyway? Did they ever get that Mars Rover back? I bet it's still on some sound stage in Azerbaijan or Nevada or somewhere.

DramaticQuestionMark Did you know...

...that Heaven, where The Baby Jesus lives, is above space?

Life In SpaceEdit

Space is also where the aliens live. Except for illegal aliens. According to noted Alienologist Lou Dobbs, that kind doesn't come from space, but from Mexico. Who knew?

Once America's Planet and America's Country are overrun with aliens, Americans will have to find more space to live in, because we will be too crowded with all those aliens around taking our jobs and our government handouts and everything. When that happens, Real Americans will follow the tradition of their ancestors who conquered the savages and civilized The West. Only this time, it will be Space Savages, and the "West" will be more like "The Up." But it will still be wicked awesome, especially if there are space saloons like in Star Wars.

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