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2005-04-10 04:47:21 PM
Ooh, that is a cool pic.
 
2005-04-10 04:52:06 PM
Is it just me or does that page crash Firefox?
 
2005-04-10 04:52:57 PM
NeoMatrix: Is it just me or does that page crash Firefox

Loaded just fine for me. Cool pic.

/clean the pr0n outta your cache
 
2005-04-10 04:55:41 PM
Any chance of getting a bigger pic?
 
2005-04-10 04:56:17 PM
NeoMatrix

Stuff has a lame pop up video-ad window that may be the cause of the problem
 
2005-04-10 04:57:17 PM
All that you touch
All that you see
All that you taste
All you feel.
All that you love
All that you hate
All you distrust
All you save.
All that you give
All that you deal
All that you buy,
Beg, borrow or steal.
All you create
All you destroy
All that you do
All that you say.
All that you eat
And everyone you meet
All that you slight
And everyone you fight.
All that is now
All that is gone
All thats to come
And everything under the sun is in tune
But the sun is eclipsed by the moon.
 
2005-04-10 04:58:23 PM
For me, it's luner eclipse or nothing.
 
2005-04-10 05:43:08 PM
you've seen one you've seen 'em all

whoa shiat nevermind, thats a cool pic
 
2005-04-10 06:53:54 PM
Very very kewl!! :)
 
2005-04-10 07:45:52 PM
Here's how it looked from my bedroom window (near ATL). Not nearly as cool as the image in the link, but I did get a tiny sunspot and the pic is bigger.

 
2005-04-10 08:03:46 PM
The Sun is there.
 
2005-04-10 08:04:35 PM
Good pic. Good headline. It delivers what it promises.
There is no dark side of the Moon really. Matter of fact it's all dark.
 
2005-04-10 08:04:45 PM
yeah but it's not a total eclipse of the heart

/i've got nutin
 
2005-04-10 08:06:45 PM
That's great. Hmmm.... what's on T.V.?
 
2005-04-10 08:07:24 PM
DAMMIT, depafeo...now that song is stuck in my head.

/sittin' on a powderkeg, givin' off sparks.
 
Azz
2005-04-10 08:08:01 PM
They always leave the best 'till last
Have understanding, no questions asked
You find yourself in what you see
You found yourself in me..

You found yourself in me..

The day is short, the night is cool
And this night, it was made for fools
You won't find fools like me and you
I found myself in you..

You found.. yourself..
You found.. yourself..
 
2005-04-10 08:12:22 PM
yeah. so?
 
2005-04-10 08:12:26 PM
Very cool pic. I got to see the solar eclipse in 1999 from the border of the Black Sea in Bulgaria, so a pic on a website, while cool, doesn't quite measure up to seeing a total solar eclipse live.

/still has the super-sweet glasses they gave me
 
2005-04-10 08:16:17 PM
kronicfeld: And everything under the sun is in tune
But the sun is eclipsed by the moon.


Perfect Floyd reference.

I have some really good pics of a full eclipse I took the last time I was on St. Croix.
 
2005-04-10 08:17:03 PM
I blame Clinton.
 
2005-04-10 08:17:38 PM










 
2005-04-10 08:17:49 PM
 
2005-04-10 08:20:15 PM
Nice pic, HagarTheHorrible.
 
2005-04-10 08:21:03 PM
The eclipse happened on the day the pope was laid to rest......as there was one on the day he was born. Wow, could their have been something to that (much hated) Newsmax story the other day?

/kinda chilly, let me turn on the flames
 
2005-04-10 08:23:34 PM
Great use of the Cool tag. Thanks Submitter!
 
2005-04-10 08:29:15 PM

First thing i thought of when i saw that pic
 
2005-04-10 08:31:24 PM
Thanks, GalleyWench.
 
2005-04-10 08:33:17 PM
Butterflysmasher: LMAO!
 
2005-04-10 08:36:55 PM
The pic didn't load for me... looks good in the comments.
Thanks!


Anyone see the xenotransplantation ad? Now that is begging for a photoshop!!!!
 
2005-04-10 08:37:26 PM
Sasquatch - If there were something to the whole situation, why wasn't there one when the pope bought the farm? Why wait over a week later to do it, and even then have it only be a partial eclipse over Rome.

God must be a union member, and he was on vacation that week. How else do you explain both the pope and terri schaivo dying that week?

/I bet the contents of this red can will help douse the flames.
 
2005-04-10 08:43:52 PM
Butterflysmasher:
first thing I thought of too. Props to ya for expressing it.
 
2005-04-10 08:52:49 PM
 
2005-04-10 08:57:04 PM
1. I, for one, welcome our hybrid eclipse overlords
2. ???
3. Profit


/This is Precious Roy! Buy my stuff! Suckers!
//Precious Roy, Precious Roy, Makin lots of suckers out of girls and boys!

///ROCK!
 
2005-04-10 09:03:19 PM
My eyes! The goggles do nothing!
 
2005-04-10 09:08:19 PM
Eclipse?
 
2005-04-10 09:16:27 PM
Some farkers might be interested in a better link from Sky & Telescope. Better pics and a better article.
 
2005-04-10 09:22:33 PM
El Communisto:If there were something to the whole situation, why wasn't there one when the pope bought the farm? Why wait over a week later to do it...

The first eclipse happened on the day he was given to this world; the second happened on the day the world gave him back. If it was based on his life/death there should have been one nine months before he was born (IIRC, Catholic doctrine says that life begins at conception).

/refill for your red can
 
2005-04-10 09:36:31 PM
THEY DESTROYED SUN!
 
2005-04-10 09:51:00 PM
"Stardome's Kate McKinney said New Zealand viewers were able to see only part of the sun eclipsed: "Like the sun with a bit out of it, which is the moon."

Wow, thanks for that brutally comprehensive play-by-play of the solar action.
 
2005-04-10 09:53:24 PM
 
2005-04-10 10:05:50 PM
I blame Bush.
 
2005-04-10 10:22:51 PM
Shouldn't have looked directly at it, now my retinas have been scorched.
 
2005-04-10 11:14:52 PM
HagarTheHorrible:

The first eclipse happened on the day he was given to this world; the second happened on the day the world gave him back. If it was based on his life/death there should have been one nine months before he was born (IIRC, Catholic doctrine says that life begins at conception).

I like it!
 
2005-04-10 11:32:20 PM
The eclipse happened on the day the pope was laid to rest

...and the lunatic is laid to rest...
 
2005-04-10 11:38:55 PM
"prick your finger it is done, the moon has now eclipsed the sun, the angel has spread its wings, the time has come for better things", anyone?

/Marilyn Manson reference.
//no, really.
 
2005-04-10 11:40:21 PM
Butterflysmasher: Same here.
 
2005-04-11 12:16:21 AM
Mmmmmm....chain-mail....
 
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