Yeah, those space spiders freak me out, too.
The artificial gravity machine is cranked up too high.
“I tawt I taw a puddy big pider.” … … “I did. I did taw a puddy big pider.”
Why not sent Oldbot into the spiders realm?
Then in one darkened attic,
Pam came to say.
Rudolph with your nose so bright,
Won’t you light my attic tonight?
Good eyes if you can see a spider in the dark. In the dark you don’t know how many hundreds might be lurking to pounce.
Aren’t they supposed to be in a space station? Why does it have wooden ceilings?
In space, no one can hear you EEP. Why is the station attic made of wood anyway?
Scene from the National Lampoon Christmas movie.
I stepped through the sheetrock in the attic one time. Fortunately it was over the garage. I have since put plenty of floor boards up there.
I thought they were on a spaceship. Steel floors, etc.?
Saw this on the Internet:
Jack: There’s a spider in my room!
Jill: I’d be more concerned about what might be in your room if the spider were not there.
The authorities wanted to build a space station with wood ceilings, but years later Brewster finally put his foot down.
I’m amused that Pam doesn’t look the least bit alarmed.
“I had wondered where my spider got off to, after swallowing those Burmese pythons.”
Science News November 6, 2021 has a nice big (18 cm) picture of a jumping spider on the front. Spiders have lungs, so they can get bigger than insects and other arthropods.
Star Ships have attics?