Captain’s Log: There’s a place in space where drinks are free. It’s a place where Wham is still in fashion, where cutoff shorts are the thing and flamingos are the favorite pet. It’s a place where it says Ray-Ban on the sunglasses and a neon sign welcomes you to Club Tropicana.
Captain’s Log: I’m a sucker for sunshine. You know, that old man at the beach, brown like chocolate wearing nothing but speedos who’s always there when the sun is out? That’s me. That’s how much I love the sun. Right now I’m just bathing in sun rays at around 35,000 degrees celcius. I can almost lick the sun. Life is good.
Imperial Log: The Captain escaped again. We chased him past the Club Tropicana flamingo farm and through the sticky Zaccharine atmosphere. Vengeance was ours. Finally. But no! He escaped. How can that Rocket do that?!! Next time, Captain... next time.
Captain’s Log: Close to Zaccharine lies Sapperine, an arid planet with a goal of dessicating the universe and everything in it, one grain of sugar at a time. From Sapperine, an army of sugar eating brett zombies swarm out into the universe aimlessly drifting into the unknown chanting “Must... Eat... Sugar”. Be warned if you enter these parts of the universe.
Captain’s Log: There she is, floating in the air. Her name is Ruby, the supreme geisha of Yarr Space Station. From the Yakuzanta headquarters, she oversees that Yarr runs smoothly. It’s also here that she runs her tea room, The Cherry Orchard. I only met her once but she has been in my mind ever since. My heart sends out distress signals to Cupid: she’s all I want for Christmas.
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Captain’s Log: Life for the spaceman is a constant longing for weigh.lessness. To reach Zero Gravity is to be suspended in a state where no sense of weight is imposed on the body. It is absolute freedom of the body and soul, without inhibitions, restrictions, or boundaries; stress and strainspaceman’s drug.
Captain’s Log: 1938. A young boy is homebound. Suddenly all sounds go mute and he is shrouded in light. He disappears without a trace. 30 years later he returns. He speaks of space monks and distant galaxies. Some call him messiah, some call him the Devil. After a while the world forgets about the boy, but he swears to go back. That boy was me.