Despite attempts to retire to Texas or Paraguay or Halliburton's new Dubai headquarters, George W. Bush's exile plans keep hitting a snag: Nobody wants him around. But according to a breaking BBC report, the soon-to-be indicted president has finally found a place where the people aren't protesting his arrival, because there are no people at all.
George W. Bush has bought property on the Moon:
Dennis Hope says he has so far sold more than 400 million acres (1.6m sq km), leaving a further eight billion acres still up for grabs.If you wondered why Bush suddenly started demanding a permanent moon settlement, now you know.
Buyers include Hollywood stars, large corporations -- including the Hilton and Marriott hotel chains -- and even former U.S. presidents Ronald Regan and Jimmy Carter. George W. Bush is also said to be a stake holder.
Making a mint out of the Moon [BBC News]