6.09.2015

So you want to own a spaceship? Here’s 3 pieces of advice. #SciFi Oh and win $40




So you want to own a spaceship? Here’s 3 pieces of advice.

1.         Be sure all the parts are there. Getting stranded on the starway is no joke. There are no tow trucks. If no one finds you quick, you’ll die.
2.         If you can’t drive it, make friends with a dang good pilot. Friends might be more understanding if you’re low on funds than a hire on.
3.         Whether flying for business or pleasure, stock your vessel with good vittles, drink, and company. Space is rather dull unless something or someone is trying to kill you.


These bits of advice certainly hold true in the Backworlds. Space is lonely and deadly. Keep that in mind when selecting your spacecraft from the lot.




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30 comments:

  1. Exciting - and busy, times ahead.
    I hope it goes really, really well for you.

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  2. Sounds like you should make some enemies as well as friends, just to keep life interesting. Good luck with your promotion.

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  3. lol Enemies keep things spicey.

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  4. Come, Star Children. The portals are open! Lightworkers go forth and be light! None will doubt you anymore because together we manifest global signs and wonders of unprecedented power. Seeing is believing! All see! All believe! Go!!! :D

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    1. I hope the portals aren't broken :)

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  5. Always handy to have a pilot as a friend. Plus, chocolate. Lots of chocolate!

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    1. Yes. Friends would be more forgiving, I think.

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  6. I know I wouldn't be able to afford a hire on so I'd have to make friends with a really good pilot. These are some darn good pieces of advice :-)

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  7. Excellent advice for space travelers! I'd hate to be stranded in some forgotten corner of the star lanes... And yes, good point about buying a spacecraft from a reputable dealer! :)

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    1. I'd hate to get stranded too, unless rescuers in space look like firemen.

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  8. Thanks for the advice. I'd prefer dull rather than someone trying to kill me...

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  9. OMG, thanks so much for the tips. Next time I'm in the market for my own spacecraft I'll keep this in mind.

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    1. I wish I had known all this before I bought mine.

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  10. Great trips for the space traveler. I would hope Han Solo would be there to help me out:)

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    1. It'd be fun to be rescued by him.

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  11. Number 1 is probably the greatest advice. Not having all the parts to your spacecraft seems like you're asking for trouble.

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  12. I think I will keep my feet on solid earth ground. My boys or their kids can fly in space when it gets safer. But your book tour sounds like fun!!!

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  13. Those sound like sensible bits of advice. :-)

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  14. Yeah, you can always add your own flare to it.

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  15. All very important things to remember. Plus a really cool name for the ship helps impress folks too. They assume so many things from the name alone. :) Have fun with your tour!

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    1. A cool name could go a long way. What would you name your ship?

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  16. Kind of a funny idea based on this post - a Galactic Towing Company

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