Out-of-this-world conspiracy

You can call me a skeptic, but I’m certainly not alone, according to Otto Sturhahn’s theories, submissions and letters to the editor.

You can call me a skeptic, but I’m certainly not alone, according to Otto Sturhahn’s theories, submissions and letters to the editor.

Regarding this controversial subject, he’s nobody’s fool either, so it appears. So again I will submit my doubts about the moon landing and Mars visits.

I hope this latest motion picture about Earthlings gifting their Martian neighbours with a gazillion-dollar golf cart is better than the one done at Universal Studios.

You know, the one that man sets foot on the surface and calls out over the boom mike, “This is one giant step for mankind.”

And the sun’s shadow never changes position during the whole episode with an American flag flapping in the afternoon breeze, not to mention dust cascading from the moon rover wheels.

So come now, in order for those film critic guys to give this two thumbs up, it better be a little more convincing.

Cut and can it.

Andy Homan

Penticton