rmbdot wrote:Darn Tholians!
Was going to make a Tholian remark myself. Good job.
RogueCynic wrote:Maybe we are in a bad part of the galaxy. Hold onto your wallets!
fibonacci wrote:If you point a telescope out to the right off the edge of the chart, on a clear night you can spot "Vegans".
geomike wrote:The residents of central Oklahoma (and Max Zorin) might argue that geology should be moved up and to the right a bit...
plytho wrote:Zohar wrote:Started A Wizard of Earthsea - I've never read any Ursula Le Guin books before.
You're in for a treat (barring a major difference in taste). That's an awesome series and she's an awesome writer.
From Apollo 16, allegedly. I can't find the original source, though.
PsiCubed wrote:serutan wrote:Randall was evidently in a mood to punish his readers.
For some reason, I actually liked this one.
Certainly better than the "three points on graph" one we had last week.
Mahnarch wrote:[As clever as NASA is; I'm surprised they didn't put a smaller satellite inside Juno that would launch into the atmosphere right away - for comparisons]