2010-03-10: A Sunrise Inspires (three hundred and fifty thousand years later)
So you're probably wondering why his solar-cell membranes weren't extended during his long sleep to recharge his battery. Sadly, in deep interstellar space, there just aren't enough photons coming in to make it worthwhile since you also have to factor in damage from space dust over the many many years.
I've been using a brush again. It's really really fun.
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Dr Quickly: ... ... I shouldn't be dreaming if I'm frozen solid... Dr Quickly: No, I'm thawing... finally got close enough to a sun! Dr Quickly: Solid looking planet... can build a new ship there. Got to time this just right. Dr Quickly: So long crappy old space ship! << KICK! >> Dr Quickly: I wonder if this place has restaurants.
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