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Travel WarningTravel Warning
United States Department of State
Bureau of Current Affairs
Washington, DC 20520
This information is current as of yesterday, February 3 15:32:06 2237.
MOON, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE
December 20, 2236
This Revised Travel Warning for the Democratic Republic of the Moon provides an update on the Station's security situation. Following the recent attacks on the Post-Julian Extrasolar Port, all travel to and from the Democratic Republic of the Moon has been restricted by the U.S. Government to authorized Station personnel and their families.
While the current security situation in the DRM has stabilized following the election of Chief of Police Commodore Arnold Bennington on December 8, 2236, there remain many significant risks in off-planet residency and tourism. Security briefings from the United States Department of State have reported the presence of various extraterrestrial humanoids within the Solar System since the Post-Julian att
95While piloting my car, the windows down,
In giddy blank oblivion of speed
Down 95, a truck pulled up beside me
Without a trailer, less than half its wheels,
And all the brawn. An awkward, graceless beast,
It hauled its loadless load with steadfast speed
While ten feet dragged behind its shining bulk
Like wasted legs. It seemed about to fall.
Some miles down the road it gave a snort
From out its grotesque silver snout, and fell
Behind me. Glancing back at it I saw
That it had disappeared beyond the trees—
Perhaps to find its other half— I thought,
And turned the music up, and carried on.
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