Friday, August 25, 2006

Pluto Not A Planet But A Tropical Paradise

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Astronomers now say Pluto isn’t really a planet, but it may be a tropical paradise.

That’s the word from Art Cagle, Jr., a real estate agent in Huntsville, Alabama.

He said his dad was taken to the so-called “dwarf planet” back in 1989 by a lizard-like alien named “Cliff” and described Pluto as a “tropical paradise,” thanks to a giant mirror mounted in space that reflected the sun’s rays onto its surface.

Cagle’s dad died five years ago and he says, “He’d be upset at the news about Pluto because on his experience, it was obviously a planet. After all, it had an atmosphere where the residents grew vegetables.”

According to Cagle’s dad, the Plutonians have lizard-like features but the women are “attractive, shapely and sexy- looking.” In addition, they were vegetarians who enjoyed sunbathing and driving around in Jeeps with the tops down.

Although astronomers insist that Pluto doesn’t qualify as a true planet, Cagle insists “they obviously can’t speak with the authority [Dad] had because they didn’t go there.” He also assumes that the Plutonians are “probably disappointed with the news.”

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