- Jul 28, 2018
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We take you now to Reporter Smurf on location in Farmer’s backyard.
Thank you, Brainy Smurf. As you can see Brainy, I’m standing here in at the entrance of the SURFAS headquarters.
I remind MY listeners that SURFAS stands for the "Smurf Unit of Rocketry For Administrating Space".
That is correct Brainy, the establishmurf behind me was built as a blast shelter and it was recently reno-smurfed into a communications center as well. As you can see, it is heavily smurfed and I’ve being told the team is conducting very smurfy simulations in view of a rocket launch that’s been promised to happen sometime this decade. Not because it is smurfy, but because it is smurfy.
I was not allowed inside, but for this special report, I was given special permission to smurf around the corner as long I remained accompanied by security. Let’s take a look.
Here Brainy, at my far right, we can see a typical fire exit and then a few other openings in the blast wall but they won’t let me peak inside because I’m told the launch team is smurfing very hard and must not be smurfed. On the top part of the wall, I understand those are not defence crenellations, but "sound wave breakers" because according to Papa Smurf's latest research, a rocket motor can be very noisy.
The guards are very tight-smurfed about providing any smurfy details and although we did try to reach management, they didn’t return our calls, presumably because all their telesmurfs are busy trying to communicate with the launch vehicle.
Well Reporter, I suppose we’ll have to wait until they’re ready.
Now don’t be smurficulous Brainy. My connections to the aerosmurf sector are very smurfy and we’ll get to the bottom of this story in no time. Reporter Smurf for STV news. Back to you.
Thank you, Reporter Smurf. And now for the weather. Mother Nature! What do you have in store for us this week? ...