- Dan Pearson, majority staff director for the investigations and oversight subcommittee of Congress, on the second draft of a letter sent by Rep. Brad Miller (D-N.C.), chairman of subcommittee, to NASA Administrator Mike Griffin April 15
requesting materials related to the Zero-G deal. Zero-G flies commercial parabolic "zero-g" flights and NASA wants to try buying flights instead of running their own. The first draft of the letter accused Zero-G of flying "Girls Gone Wild," but the production company of that franchise confirmed that they flew out of Moscow with a Russian company, not Vegas, because Zero-G wouldn't allow nudity.
Your representatives, hard at work protecting you from airborne Girls Gone Wild contaminating the legitimacy of important space research.