A Trump Tower on Mars?

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A Trump Tower on Mars?

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Some people were surprised when Caesar at Washington gave recent support to Nasa's plans for the manned exploration of the Moon and Mars. In the former case, there are military reasons for having a presence on the Moon; in the latter case, there might be a Trump Tower and casino for the fantasists.
Imagine, too, a lunar Trump golf course. It's been proven that it's possible to swing a golf club on the Moon, but there could be a problem with the ball. If it goes into low orbit, it might hit the player on the back of the head :lol: .
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Re: A Trump Tower on Mars?

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A bit early to be on the Xmas sherry brian, or is Donald on it? Bob

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Re: A Trump Tower on Mars?

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The Russians will beat him with their new KGB office on Olympus Mons.
Renamed Mount Putin. :)
But they have agreed to help Trump with fake news on the Disney Mickey Mouse channel.

Unfortunately the Chinese Mars Shanghai Express broke down due to overheated lithium batteries.

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David

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