Joe: Nice car!
Larry: Yeah, it’s all right, it’s all we could get, really wanted a Toyota, but instead we got this Tesla.
Joe: What’s wrong with it?
Larry: Well, it’s not a Toyota.
Joe: Guess not.
Larry: Yeah, this was a gift from Muskie.
Larry: Yeah, we call him Muskie.
Joe: I don’t know, it’s quite comfortable. I like it!
Larry: Yeah, it drives well.
Joe: Look, look over there! Is that what I think it is?
Larry: Oh, yeah, yeah. Good old Prevalence.
Joe: The Mars rover from the early 2000s?
Larry: Yeah, it’s still going. We don’t know what it’s doing at this point, just sort of drifts around. But you know, we do use it as surveillance to keep an eye on them Dinos.
Joe: Its fast!
Larry: Yeah, I know. It keeps picking up speed. We don’t know why. Every week a little more speed. Last month it was doing about 60. Now it’s doing about 205.
Joe: Solar power?
Larry: Yeah, its solar powered, eh, but every once in a while, when it runs out, we’ll go and fill it with Dino shit and get it going again. It runs on all kinds of fuel, to be honest. One time I found the prevalence just sitting still. With just a little piss in the tank, she took right off again.
Larry: Yeah, that thing will run on anything.
Joe: So… are we going?
Larry: Yeah, let’s go. Buckle up. You better be ready cause this thing’s got some get up and go.
Larry: I told ya, he he. Yep, since we got this thing boy, it’s been a lot more fun around here, I’ll tell ya.
Joe: The road is bumpy!
Larry: Well, it’s not a road, we pretty much just travel the way of the dinosaurs. If they cut a path, we just use it for a road.
Joe: How can there be dinosaurs here on Mars?
Larry: Well, that’s a long story. Let’s talk more about that when we get to Dino Canyon, we are there in a minute or two.
To be continued…