That is all.
Well, okay, so does Wil Wheaton (yes, the guy I had a crush on as a kid...and how cool is it that he grew up to be a nerd?).
NASA's Ares launch vehicles are supposed to replace the space shuttles, but won't be ready until 2010 -- five years after the shuttles are retired.Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but it's currently 2007 and the shuttles are flying.
The nation's most visible launch vehicle, the space shuttle, will have its wings clipped in 2010, and current plans for a successor rocket to lift cargo and crew into orbit won't come to fruition until at least 2015, when the first Ares rockets make it to the launch pad.Okay, so, you fail either at math or at reading comprehension. Yay you.
Hopefully Helpful Tip of the Month
When redirecting a child who is seeking your attention inappropriately (calling out, using inappropriate language, etc.), redirect the child using . . .
As few words as possible
As quiet a voice as possible
As little eye contact as possible
Remember: The more attention you give for inappropriate behaviors, the more (and longer) they will happen. Any child who knows your buttons are pushable will push them more because they want you to react.
This is not the easy way, but it is the best way.