Really?? Wish Upon A Star??

I think wishing on a star is stupid. Some people think it’s romantic but they obviously haven’t thought it through. How would you get there? Someone would have to fly you there in a rocket. That’s very expensive. I don’t have that kind of money. Besides once I got there, what would I wish for? I think I would wish I hadn’t spent all that money.

Why wish upon a star in space when you can just ask a real star, like a movie star, for some money? Of course you would have to either make or fake a charity for that donation. I don’t encourage such behavior but I would rather do that than wish on a fireball in the sky.

I think romance completely warps the brain. It used to be that people would write songs and poetry about the man in the moon. Seriously? That must’ve all stopped when we actually went to the moon and the only man there was Neil Armstrong.

I would rather pray to God for a miracle, like maybe the Miami Dolphins would make it to the playoffs this year, or that the San Francisco Giants would have at least a winning record. Now those are worth wishing for.

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5 thoughts on “Really?? Wish Upon A Star??

  1. WOW! I’ve often been told I am too much the pragmatist and should learn to be more romantic, but you, my friend, take the prize for logic and pragmatism! I do have one bone to pick, however. You said that Neil Armstrong was the only man to have been on the moon … what about poor Buzz Aldrin? And Pete Conrad, Alan Bean, Alan Shepard, Edgar Mitchell, David Scott, James Irwin, John Young, Charles Duke, Eugene Cernan, and Harrison Schmitt??? Are they not men, too? Are they not worthy of being mentioned, just because they didn’t utter those famous words, “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”? Sigh. πŸŒ™ πŸ‘¨β€πŸš€

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