Wednesday, September 11, 2013

"Peek Into the Future" Wishlist

This might be a superfluous post, but I'm going to bring up a question that has nothing to do with my obsession with Sanrio, but yet at the same time-- it sorta does in a way.

Would You Be Able to Move to Another Planet?

For one thing if you have cable and watched all the "colonial pioneer settlement" documentaries, then you know there is a government project wanting to colonize a planet like Mars.

Here is their Mission Statement:
It is Mars One's goal to establish a human settlement on Mars.

Human settlement of Mars is the next giant leap for humankind. Exploring the solar system as a united humanity will bring us all closer together.
Mars is the stepping stone of the human race on its voyage into the universe. Human settlement on Mars will aid our understanding of the origins of the solar system, the origins of life and our place in the universe. As with the Apollo Moon landings, a human mission to Mars will inspire generations to believe that all things are possible, anything can be achieved.

The Project sounds thrilling and exciting for those who'd want a change in their everyday ordinary lives, but think about it-- this is for life, addicts! Immediately, I wanted to sign up, but then reality set in as my gaze fell upon my Hello Kitty plushes. Could you possibly give up on the addiction called Sanrio?

You literally would have to give up the idea of collecting Sanrio if you want to move to Mars. Could you give up on getting the latest Sanrio fashion handbags or the touch of a soft yet delicate plush? Well, I'm here to burst your fantasy bubble because if I didn't do it, who would save you from committing the worst mistake of your life? I have a duty to Sanrio to protect the numbers of collectors from falling to zero! ;p

Let me reiterate this again -- you'd have to give up your world of cuteness because everything on Mars emphasizes of living in close proximity and limited space for storage and communal housing. Remember, this is in the early stages of trials and errors before people can comfortably live underground on Mars.

If the colonization project is successful, it would take probably more than a decade to see progress like Sanrio opening a franchise in the bottom tunnels of Mars. I kid you not. My mind goes that far and beyond. I see the future with me owning a half-alive robotic Sanrio character pet. I can see that happening before I die, but not the Sanrio franchise store opening on a different planet. Sadly, not in my lifetime-- unless I reincarnate later in life, but that's another story to discuss about in the far future.

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