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2020-12-02 3:40:40 PM  
All i know, is that as I got up yesterday, the moon was huge and bright, even at 7am. Just stunning. I went to take a picture, but the clouds blew in, but it IS a pretty spectacular view.
 
2020-12-02 4:22:24 PM  
We always play "Don't come around here no more" as the encore.
 
2020-12-02 4:42:24 PM  

NikolaiFarkoff: We always play "Don't come around here no more" as the encore.


What about "Into the Great Wide Open"?
 
2020-12-02 4:45:56 PM  
November's full moon brought with it an iconic visual spectacle, seen around the world.
......

However, the shading is slight, so most people needed a telescope to truly see the penumbral eclipse, NASA said.


Yeah. "Iconic."
/stop overusing that farking word, everyone
 
2020-12-02 4:50:27 PM  

Super Chronic: November's full moon brought with it an iconic visual spectacle, seen around the world.
......

However, the shading is slight, so most people needed a telescope to truly see the penumbral eclipse, NASA said.

Yeah. "Iconic."
/stop overusing that farking word, everyone


Ok, then we'll use "epic".  Happy?
 
2020-12-02 4:51:17 PM  
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/obscure?
 
2020-12-02 4:51:21 PM  
Sunday night's Full Beaver Moon must have sat on the toilet too long.

It had a ring around it.

/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/22%C2​%B0​_halo
 
2020-12-02 4:55:04 PM  

Priapetic: Super Chronic: November's full moon brought with it an iconic visual spectacle, seen around the world.
......

However, the shading is slight, so most people needed a telescope to truly see the penumbral eclipse, NASA said.

Yeah. "Iconic."
/stop overusing that farking word, everyone

Ok, then we'll use "epic".  Happy?


And, by the way, the penumbras are real... and they're epic spectacular!
 
2020-12-02 5:01:26 PM  

Priapetic: Super Chronic: November's full moon brought with it an iconic visual spectacle, seen around the world.
......

However, the shading is slight, so most people needed a telescope to truly see the penumbral eclipse, NASA said.

Yeah. "Iconic."
/stop overusing that farking word, everyone

Ok, then we'll use "epic".  Happy?


"Epic" doesn't bother me so much. I accept that it's taken on a slangy meaning in the 21st century.

"Iconic," though, should be reserved for rare things. The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. The first four notes of Beethoven's Fifth. That picture of Marilyn Monroe standing on a grate in a white dress. The McDonald's golden arches. Pericles' funeral oration. The Beatles landing in New York. That picture of Che Guevara looking all dreamy. The Playboy bunny logo. Abe Lincoln's image on the five dollar bill. Those things are all iconic. One sort-of-visible lunar eclipse? Not iconic.
 
2020-12-02 5:15:53 PM  

Super Chronic: Priapetic: Super Chronic: November's full moon brought with it an iconic visual spectacle, seen around the world.
......

However, the shading is slight, so most people needed a telescope to truly see the penumbral eclipse, NASA said.

Yeah. "Iconic."
/stop overusing that farking word, everyone

Ok, then we'll use "epic".  Happy?

"Epic" doesn't bother me so much. I accept that it's taken on a slangy meaning in the 21st century.

"Iconic," though, should be reserved for rare things. The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. The first four notes of Beethoven's Fifth. That picture of Marilyn Monroe standing on a grate in a white dress. The McDonald's golden arches. Pericles' funeral oration. The Beatles landing in New York. That picture of Che Guevara looking all dreamy. The Playboy bunny logo. Abe Lincoln's image on the five dollar bill. Those things are all iconic. One sort-of-visible lunar eclipse? Not iconic.


I've noticed that "literally" it's still vastly overused, but fortunately it seems to be on its way out.
 
2020-12-02 5:19:29 PM  
Does Subby's band jam with John Cafferty?
 
2020-12-02 5:22:01 PM  

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/obscure?


Not at all.
 
2020-12-02 5:50:52 PM  
It's Cosmo's moon.
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2020-12-02 5:56:57 PM  
Essential workers
Beavers Maple And Filbert Are Busy Sticking Together
Youtube ucXrgLLnue8
 
2020-12-02 6:02:34 PM  
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2020-12-02 6:09:47 PM  

DRTFA: Super Chronic: Priapetic: Super Chronic: November's full moon brought with it an iconic visual spectacle, seen around the world.
......

However, the shading is slight, so most people needed a telescope to truly see the penumbral eclipse, NASA said.

Yeah. "Iconic."
/stop overusing that farking word, everyone

Ok, then we'll use "epic".  Happy?

"Epic" doesn't bother me so much. I accept that it's taken on a slangy meaning in the 21st century.

"Iconic," though, should be reserved for rare things. The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. The first four notes of Beethoven's Fifth. That picture of Marilyn Monroe standing on a grate in a white dress. The McDonald's golden arches. Pericles' funeral oration. The Beatles landing in New York. That picture of Che Guevara looking all dreamy. The Playboy bunny logo. Abe Lincoln's image on the five dollar bill. Those things are all iconic. One sort-of-visible lunar eclipse? Not iconic.

I've noticed that "literally" it's still vastly overused, but fortunately it seems to be on its way out.


This is a subject that fills me with just a great...oh, what's the word?....
Passion | David Mitchell's SoapBox
Youtube Bz2-49q6DOI
 
2020-12-02 6:41:06 PM  

Billy Liar: This is a subject that fills me with just a great...oh, what's the word?....
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That's great. I'm a tax guy and my first thought was "I'm sharing this with the group!" They have a good sense of humor and we send jokey stuff around all the time. But I won't, because of the sexual content (tame as it is; still, nothing good can come of it for me).
 
2020-12-02 6:47:30 PM  
It would have been nice, if this article was posted 3 days ago.  The lunar calendar and eclipses are regular and predictable things, right?
 
2020-12-02 6:50:23 PM  
Never mind.  I just read the article.

/ yes i posted before reading
// that happens sometimes
/// 3 because 3
 
2020-12-02 9:47:43 PM  
What it might be like under the full beaver moon...

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