Sun: Look, all I'm saying is that I get up every morning and set the world on fire while you do nothing but sit around on your axis all day. Earth: Eeeeverything revolves around him.
Earth is going to get hardening of the arsheries.
She was going to meet her revolution, I could tell by Copernicus’s stand
Was their name Rolling Rock or was that a watery New England beer?
She preferred him when she was flat and he revolved around her. Sigh… the memories.
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Shouldn’t he be saying “I set you on fire,” why talk about him in the 3rd person?
Yeah, yeah, I know, it ruins the joke.
Had he just said aloud, “You light up my life,” he could have went back to his remote. sigh -http://about.me/booksatthebeach
It’s morning again in America.
The ‘precession of the equinoxes’ is a continuous, 24,000 year cycle that has no beginning or end. There is nothing astronomically unusual about 12/21/2012, other than the usual winter solstice. The date is significant because it’s the day the Olmec-Mayan ‘Long-Count’ calendar ends after 5,125 years.
You’re exaggerating Sun. She’s very geologically active.Be happy that you didn’t marry a truly inactive dud like the Moon. Or worse yet, a big, fat gas-cloud like Jupiter.
Well Sunny you certainly are a ray of sunshine today!
Preparation H2O will cool off his asteroids, caused by unwanted Klingons from Uranus
“But that lucky ol’ sunGot nothin’ to doBut roll ‘roun’ Heaven all day!”