Oh, just wait, Garfield will eventually top his own record when he kicks Odie quite literally into next week.
Never planned to. The Laika mission was more proof of concept that they could get something living into space and, basically, see what happens, so to determine if it was even survivable and man could live long enough out there to even make the journey to places like the moon.
We all have that moment, Len.
Because I haven’t seen the most recent film yet (on the to-do list) I’ve been keeping away from it for fear of spoilers, but I otherwise have kept occasional tabs on the Star Wars chatter throughout the fan community when convenient. They absolutely are in agreement that they don’t like the Disney films, but why precisely I’ve found varies from fan to fan and regularly conflicts with each other, at least when it comes to precise details. It gives an sense of disunity and lack of consensus to an outsider looking in like me. At other times, it looks like they’re just hating just to hate and don’t really HAVE a good reason. -shrugs-
But then I’ve long joked that I can’t possibly consider myself a Star Wars fan on the grounds that my views of the franchise is usually the opposite of whatever the “true” fans are. :P Such is probably the case here.
TOMORROW: Mildred has an accident.
Because, y’know, she feels like she’s jinxing herself calling it out like this…
I dunno, that seems like a fun adventure waiting to happen.
You’re blowing her mind again, Marigold!
I’m sure it’s become a pretty common sight to Sophie.
Oh, so THAT’S how they fund all of their little “projects.”
Nice distance, Garfield.