Profile: Carl Cuseo

Personal background
They'll tell you this is a cool planet. Born in Hoboken, I developed an interest in outer space after meeting a number of folks who no doubt came from elsewhere. Watch carefully and you'll see. My first, a guy in the city who cracked eggs in bourbon for breakfast. Then one who'd get in his car and drive on without starting the motor. I play tenor a mile from a fine island beach in a small town where people come from everywhere to celebrate everything. The Big Dish sits nearby gathering cosmic tunes. I have a gig tonight with an extended visa piano player. These guys all act like they're from Earth but after a time give themselves away- Bet you've already met one. Asked straight out they'll grin but wont go admitting. Hot tourist stop this rock- diverse and exotic and WET.
It's all the water that brings them. Space is mostly dry.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
S@H is a huge lottery. The winner ( O would it be me) gets to have the hallowed box displayed at the Smithsonian in a well-crafted wood framed glass case with a shiny brass plaque that reads:

This obsolete device (BoXoRoX mkii) Assembled on a kitchen counter in a trailer park on Apache Boulevard in Tempe, Arizona by addlebrained experimenters-- Discovered our brothers, The Wigglesnail Galactoplex Dynasty on 6 Feb 20??

Visit The B*zone- Puerto Rico's idea of the end of the Road
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