skinink: "There is nothing to fear from the moon being so close and bright, NASA says. It will have no more effect on tides or seismic activity than usual."So, no Otisburg?
Empty H: Thank you subby. I will wake up early tomorrow and have a look.
cantsleep: This is bad news...for nursing home workers.
Kouvre: I will, of course, forget I read this article in a few hours, and get scared shiatless when I look into the night sky and think we are going to die by crashing into the moon.We have the technology. The time is now. Science can wait no longer. Children are our future. America can, should, must, and will blow up the moon.
Medic Zero: One of my old colleagues in the ER said it was her worst night over last night. I don't miss that!
hawcian: I, for one, enjoy listening to people tell me how big the moon looks and how they've never seen it that big...every year (almost).
jake_lex: Neil DeGrasse Tyson on why the "supermoon" thing is bullshiat
Knight of the Woeful Countenance: skinink: "There is nothing to fear from the moon being so close and bright, NASA says. It will have no more effect on tides or seismic activity than usual."So, no Otisburg?OTISBURG??? OTISBURG?!?!!??
Astorix: It was already damn bright last night. My daughter had a real hard time sleeping. I had to put my eye cover on.
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