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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Counterfit, Sep 30, 2006.
Omg That Is Funny
hahaha, omg that's great.
that's by far the funniest thing I've seen all week.
Yikes, glad that I am out of harms way.
Oh noes!! So glad I live on a different continent, too
(Awesome link, btw!)
I for one welcome our new insect overlords. I'd like to remind them that as a trusted MacRumors member, I can be helpful in rounding up others to toil in their underground sugar caves.
Such a sell out, fight for your species Jaffa Cake and overthrow your insect overlords.
Wait, I thought these were satellite images! Are there bugs in space now or something?
Yeah, how did a bug end up in a satellite photo??
The high resolution images are usually taken from airplanes.
That would make sense. It was more fun thinking about space bugs. Thanks for ruining the fun.
The space bugs are much bigger and scarier than that little thing...
If that thing is on the ground it is 30 meters long!!!
Like I said, the space bugs are bigger and scarier.
Hello, yes- is this my stock broker?
Yeah, yeah, I'm fine, listen - I wanna buy a lot of stock in bug spray, lotta stock. There's gonna be a huge need soon....
Hmm, wise investment decision ibook30.
Here's a kml placemarker for it in Google Earth.
that would be hilarious
Earth metres or Space metres?
I ask because, when you get a good look at Earth metres from space, they're actually reeeeally, reeeally tiny!
On the news today:
Residents in Westhausen were astonished to be confronted by a 200ft long insectoid today asking "Wo ist Godzilla? Kennen sie Mothra?"
At least according to Slashdot it was squished in during scanning of the photo. Which would explain why it's not horrendously out of focus.....
Good find...makes sense. But why aren't they just using digital?
When you go digital, you just open yourself up to bugs of a different sort.
see... Starship Troopers knew it all along.
My computer is bugged!!!
It is the new German weapon, intelligence has found it.