Here’s something completely unrelated to marketing, but I got a kick out of it anyways.
The space shuttle Discovery has been in orbit for the past 12+ days. It was scheduled to land yesterday, but bad weather has not allowed for it. Right now, they’re considering landing sometime today at Kennedy Space Center, Edwards Air Force Base or the White Sands Space Harbor, which hasn’t been used for a shuttle landing in 24 years.
While the folks over at NASA deliberate, the flight controllers in Houston are taking it all with a timely sense of humor:
Flight controllers in Houston, trying their hand at holiday songwriting, sent the Discovery crew in their daily messages lyrics to their version of the song, “Let it Snow.”
“Oh the weather at KSC is frightful. But at White Sands it’s so delightful. And since we have to land. Land White Sands. Land White Sands. Land White Sands,” it said.