Archive for March, 2005

Interplanetary Tutelage …

Thursday, March 31st, 2005

Miles recently travelled to another galaxy to discuss the larger impact of the rebellion on neighboring systems, as well as to seek valuable advice on how to achieve political independence. Planet Tobia, a fearless friend and ally to the fledgling rebellion, offered Planet Miles some useful tips on sitting-up, eating, as well as a little bit of advice on how to have some old school fun … che bellini!!!

Miles&Tobia

“HUGE!”

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

Those were the very words spoken when our little spaceboy tipped the scales at the doctor’s office today.

You may find yourself asking – how huge? Well, how about 20 lbs. and 27 inches huge … now that’s a butterball!!!

Orsetto

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

Benche’ marzo stia per finire, la primavera si fa attendere su Planet Miles e il guardaroba invernale resta ancora l’uniforme piu’ appropriata… Qui Miles si rilassa in un raro momento di pausa tra una missione galattica e un viaggio interstellare.

Translation: check out our ursine-intergalactic hero in animal drag!

Monster Movies

Saturday, March 26th, 2005

Quite recently there has been a disquieting din all throughout Planet Miles. Some colonists shrugged it off as shifting techtonics, others as the side effects of prolonged space travel, and still others believed it to be some divine force stirring within the galaxy. Yet, no one could have foreseen the monstrous form that would emerge from the subterranean caverns of Planet Miles!!! Click on the image below to uncover the horrific truth …

Swinging in Space

Monday, March 21st, 2005

Russian Space ManYour favorite little astronaut is back on the radar, but this time he has something to prove – that gravity slips! That’s right, watch this weightless spaceboy defy the pull of the planets and swing through the endless expanse of space … just follow the steps below to enter an intergalactic ballet of epic proportions!

Rocket Miles …

Sunday, March 20th, 2005

This most recent video transmission offers a meditation upon life on Planet Miles! The star offers a real life depiction of the joy and pain of existence on another planet, so don’t miss all the action, excitement and drama. You’ll laugh! You’ll cry! And you’ll find yourself on the next space shuttle to Planet Miles …

Yankee Doodle Dandy!

Sunday, March 20th, 2005

Check out Miles sporting his first Yankee outfit – thanks to his aunt Kissy!

Miles Yankee

A Generational Summit!

Saturday, March 19th, 2005

In early December of last year Miles and his lunar grandma were able to catch up with one another and discuss the state of the planet. And while the transcripts of this meeting are not available for security concerns, we do have some video footage of their encounter. So do not hesitate to take a look at some extracts from this generational summit- just click on the image and its show time!

Un altro video (questa volta un vintage di dicembre scorso) e un altro grosso file-quindi non tutti potrete vederlo purtroppo, ma chi lo fara’ perche’ non ci lascia un commentino cliccando la voce “comment” sotto l’immagine?

flyingsaucer.jpg

Note: this large video (14 megs) is a windows media file which, unfortunately, means it will only play in the windows media player. So, until I can transfer it to a more friendly format – MAC users may be out of luck, sorry!

Stephen Hawking – eat your heart out!

Thursday, March 17th, 2005

That’s right folks, after many nights of battling with the arbitrary punctuation of a make-pretend language, I have finally completed the first two installments of what promises to be an ongoing project of tracking the development of our little space boy. While History as an academic discipline may be under scrutiny, and the earthbound, totalizing narratives of humanity outdated, there is one place where the force of time and space are still alive – you guessed it – Planet Miles! So, be kind enough to join our little astronaut in a pictoral journey through his first weeks of interplanetary travel. . . just click on the picture of our little lunar luddite to travel to the picture gallery “A Brief History of Miles,” or just click on the link in the “Pages” section on the right-hand sidebar, nanoo nanoo …

Get some sleep, boy …

Wednesday, March 16th, 2005

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