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101 on Summer Vacation

Leon Sandcastle


blog-0191675001367607508.pngI was wondering what I would do first this summer and of course, I looked to the masters of Summer vacation for inspiration: Phineas and Ferb. The two middle school brothers know how to enjoy summer more productively than I ever will and I thought I could reproduce their trip to the moon by building a space ship but first I thought I would need a rocket, a very strong rocket. Because I clearly don't know how to build a rocket I looked to Mythbusters and how i could make an inexpensive space ship. Sadly after watching them I learned I could not accomplish the task easily because I can't easily produce the impulse and I don't even know what rocket thrusters are so I'll just be watching Phineas and Ferb when I'm overwhelmed with the passion to explore space. I'm much more interested in building a jetmobile instead now! I can't be pulled over for driving a home made vehicle can I?

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