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Red and Rover by Brian Basset for December 13, 2018

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    Catfeet Premium Member 2 months ago

    Watch out for those little green men, Red!

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    jpayne4040  2 months ago

    I’d be more concerned about what happens next if you see them!

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    nosirrom  2 months ago

    The Hubble space telescope did that. Turned out it wasn’t so dark after all.

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    SquawkTron  2 months ago

    How sweet of you, Red.

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    bobpeters61  2 months ago

    You’ll need a bigger telescope to get a deep field.

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    SapphireSkies Premium Member 2 months ago

    Wouldn’t you want to come in where there are so many stars you wouldn’t be noticed?

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    dogday Premium Member 2 months ago

    Isn’t it ironic that the generation that grew up in the age of Hubble, having so much of the universe to look at, reduces their world to a 3″×4″ screen? Love you, Red. Keep looking at the stars!

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    Stephen Gilberg  2 months ago

    Heck, maybe it looks dark from here because the ships are blocking the stars!

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    HappyDog Premium Member 2 months ago

    Tonight they ought to be watching the Geminid meteor showers if the sky is that clear where they are.

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    Sailor46 USN 65-95  2 months ago

    That dark spot is the Cloaked invading space alien fleet.

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    Patrick Hunt  2 months ago

    Hey, if you’re going to invade, it’s best to not be noticed until you’re there. Good thinking, Red.

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