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(The New York Times)   How the planet got its stripes: some wisdom   (nytimes.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Earth, Poles, NASA's Cassini spacecraft, moon Enceladus, South Pole, North Pole, ocean world, coin toss  
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2019-12-09 3:57:25 PM  
That's no planet.  That's a space station!
 
2019-12-09 4:52:54 PM  
How the NY Times won't ever get my money until they stop posting derpy Op Ed pieces.
 
2019-12-09 5:19:15 PM  
The best NYT article I've ever read. A fine article, full of meticulous detail. I will remember it forever.

I'll bloody well have to, 'cos it's the last I can see this month.
 
2019-12-09 6:03:52 PM  
If it didn't want the stripes, it shouldn't have done the crime.
 
2019-12-09 6:33:33 PM  
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Striped enchiladas look delicious!
 
2019-12-09 7:33:18 PM  

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Striped enchiladas look delicious!


Who replaced the cheese with kale?  Blegh!
 
2019-12-09 10:37:43 PM  
tiger stripes....they look GREAT !


/in tony's voice...
 
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