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Sunday, January 01, 2006





See yourself? Wave.

Keep this in mind the next time you're worried about being five minutes late.

13 comments:

David Thomson said...

"See yourself? Wave."

I'm the guy at the very bottom of the lower left corner. Do I need a shave? Oh well, I’ll get to it as soon as possible.

terrye said...

It gives me the same feeling I had the first time I saw the Tetons. I am a bug.

Seneca the Younger said...

You know, Terrye, it's funny --- I don't get the same feeling. I feel more like, mmm, like the whole reason we're here is to provide an audience, and the farther out we get and the better we get at it, the better we're doing what we're meant to do.

Buddy Larsen said...

Hey, we're all living on a little white dot! Whoopee!

Doug said...

Hey, You!
Get off of my Dot!

Doug said...

OT
Cowboys Are My Weakness
Funny NY Times Editorial, and Great response to:
"You have to see this great movie."

Doug said...

The latest hot rumor that has all of official Washington agog is that Senator Edward Kennedy attempted to sexually harass Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
The only solid grounds for the rumor is this photograph – which seems to provide convincing evidence:

Seneca the Younger said...

Blue dot, Buddy. The white's a side effect of Mars having a pink sky.

Doug said...

Robots Rule!
Ground the Shuttle, Explore Space!

Buddy Larsen said...

That's a "grandfather's axe", saying the white dot I see is 'really' a blue dot.

If dad replaced the handle after grandfather died, and I replaced the head after dad died, is it my grandfather's axe?

flenser said...

Another example of the government spying on us.

Anonymous said...

Why doesn't the picture show the moon? It is pretty decent sized relative to Earth.

Fred

Buddy Larsen said...

It's on the other side? Mars is also farther out than Earth--maybe affecting the glare. We're to Mars as Venus is to us, relative to the sun. So, Venus seems to wander all over the sky while Mars is much slower and more sedate--from our POV.

Mars the god of war glowers steadily from afar, while Venus the goddess of love capers all over the sky, kicking up her heels, shining brightly.