Sissies From Earth sounds like the name of a science fiction movie shown on Mars.
How are their toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and ramen noodles supplies holding up?
Still safer down here. Less radiation. More air and water. Harder for a micrometeoroid to pass through your skull.
The irony: In the old days, we used to quarantine the astronauts to protect us from any viruses they might be carrying.
Been done? “Earth Girls are Easy” with Jeff Goldblum
Their return from the lengthy flight/ will entail a descent into blight/ where the “not very bright”/ have exerted their “might”/ in a land where “what matters” ain’t “right”. (Sorry, Co. Vindman…)
Gotta be careful. Those “sissies” might have protective big brothers.
My son is an RN working with Trump plague patients, and he has assured me that there is no such thing as taking too many precautions to make sure you don’t get it. Some people get off relatively easy, but for a good percentage, those who don’t die get pretty close to not caring if they do or not.
Reminded of a 1990’s “Riders in the Sky” episode in which the villains Slocum and Charlie, who had been launched into space as the failure of latest big and evil plan, encountered a Cosmonaut who had been stranded by the fall of the USSR and shared some of their orange-flavored drink with him:
Cosmonaut (tasting and liking it): Ooh! Ee! Ooh! Ah! Ah! Ting?
Charlie: Walla walla bing bang.
Remember about 10-15 years ago when some college professor got reported to HR for using the word “niggardly” (correctly) in one of his lectures?
Darrin Bell and Theron Heir