Superman Explains Why He Didn t Destroy Russian Meteor
FORTRESS OF SOLITUDE--After more than a month of attempts to contact the reclusive hero, reports are coming in today from the icy home of global do-gooder Superman that he intentionally let the meteor that impacted Chelyabinsk, Russia on February 15th enter the atmosphere and explode.
Residents of Chelyabinsk were baffled by how a sworn protector of Earth could let a dangerous foreign object enter human-occupied space without his intervention. Some news outlets have speculated that the meteor contained trace amounts of Kryptonite, deterring the hero. Pundits worldwide have claimed that Superman wanted to start a nuclear war with Russia, and therefore let the rogue rock explode, injuring over a thousand.News outlets around the world gathered today for Superman'spress conference looking for answers. But what happened next astonished reporters. Superman, going against his "tough hero" personae, grabbed a cup of coffee, put on some oddly familiar glasses, and began explaining why he acted as he did."It's all a matter of physics."The Punch Heard 'Round the World
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