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Tickets to Mars, Starting at Only $500,000!

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nimantha.d
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Re: priceless
nimantha.d   3/21/2013 7:12:00 AM
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A this point, I believe the trips that are being planned for Mars are only one way. Therefore, you wouldn't need money anymore and could spend all your savings on the trip.

@Clair: Well anyway I don't think there will be any left after I pay for the ticket J  

Clairvoyant
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Re: priceless
Clairvoyant   3/16/2013 8:25:14 PM
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A this point, I believe the trips that are being planned for Mars are only one way. Therefore, you wouldn't need money anymore and could spend all your savings on the trip.

nimantha.d
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Re: sign me up!
nimantha.d   3/16/2013 12:10:36 AM
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Well even if you had 2nd thoughts it wont make that much of a difference ? 

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sign me up!
emilystats   3/14/2013 4:40:18 PM
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thought the travel time might make me have 2nd thoughts

nimantha.d
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nimantha.d   3/14/2013 12:46:20 PM
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I don't mind having a look at the scenery at MARS but the price is too high J. Anyway would be great to have something like that at least in the future if its possible. I would name it as A Vacation in MARS


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priceless
Ariella   3/14/2013 8:47:29 AM
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Why not? I can just picture a MasterCard style commercial that ends with priceless. People spend that much on jewels and luxury cars. But that wouldn't distinguish them nearly as much as being able to boast that they've been to Mars.



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