Intergalactic Laxative (my NO1 favorite donovan’s song)

I was impressed like everyone
When man began to fly
Out of Earthly regions to
Planets in the sky
With total media coverage
We watched the heroes land
As ceremoniously they disturbed the cosmic sand
In awe with admiration we
Listened to the talk
Such pride felt they, such joy
To be upon the moon to walk
My romantic vision shattered when it was explained to me
Spacemen wear old diapers in which they shit and pee
* Oh! The intergalactic laxative
Will get you from here to there
Believe you and believe me! Without a worry or care
If shitting is your problem when you’re out there in the stars
The intergalactic laxative
Will get you from here to Mars
They don’t partake like you and I
Of beefy burger mush
Their food is specially prepared
To dissolve into slush
Absorbed by multi-fibres in
The super diaper suit
Otherwise the slush would trickle
Down inside the boot
You may well ask now what becomes
Of liquid they consume
A pipe is led from penis to head to
A unit in the room
The water is recirculated, filtered
For re-use
In case some anti-gravity pee
Gets on the loose
Wherever man has conquered on the
Quest for frontiers new
I’m glad he’s always had to do
The no. one and two
It makes it all so ordinary
Just like you and me
To know the greatest heroes
They had to shit and pee

PAUL (2011)! Not Your Usual Alien Film

via Wikipedia

Are you looking for a not-so-heavy alien film, comical and just a feel-good one? This is what I’m going to recommend for you. As soon as you’ve read this, you should grab the popcorn, sit on a couch and watch this.


Paul was a film about an alien named Paul who has crashed on Planet Earth he was captured by the Government but he managed to escape. Paul hits the road and bumped to a car of two geek friends named Graeme Willy (played by Simon Pegg) and Clive Gollings (played by Nick Frost) which was about to go to a comic-con event, and their adventures with Paul begin. They were chased by the Government, because they were still keeping Paul. Continue reading “PAUL (2011)! Not Your Usual Alien Film”

43 years ago today: Man on the moon what’s next? Planet?

Now we are celebrating the Anniversary of the first men landed on the moon. The USA challenged to defeat the Russians. They send out astronauts to the most hazardous and dangerous adventure : “to walk to the moon”
On July 21, 1969, while some of us sleeping and some of us are not even alive yet, two men taken over the television. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin are the first men landed on the moon. An astonishing triumph for the USA. We awed by the courage of the two astronauts. They didn’t care if they were not able to come back to Earth.

                                        Neil Armstrong (left) and Buzz Aldrin (right)
                                                (photo courtesy of

How do they feel when they see the earth by far. They are outside of the planet that they live in. Goosebumps I must say. This is what they called a “historic steps for human specie”. The Moon is hundred thousand and more kilometers distant from the Earth, and we did it. Neil Armstrong called it “ One giant leap for mankind”. It was a breakthrough that we can do anything with the help of science. Another technological achievements that we can soar high and go outside and beyond the space and step your foot on the cosmic sand.
Lunar Rover is the advanced technology that helps these men to roam on the moon’s surface. Neil Armstrong said the historic words, “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”
What Else are we capable of? Thanks to Apollo, it makes the impossible possible.