Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Vashier, Oct 23, 2014.
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Not for nothing but wouldn't it just be as easy looking up every once in a while to see any difference?
Look who's an astronomer now.
I guess if you are outside from sunrise to sunset. Farming your beets and whatnot.
My work area has a pretty big window. Next to it.
Make sure to stare directly at the sun when it happens.
moon is just creeping into the limb now here in south TX.
I had a long enough day. I could give a shit what the goddamned sun and moon are doing
...i doubt we'll see it in the nothwest. i dont have any #14 welders lens but i have boro silicate glass blowing glasses. probably better if i dont look at it anyway. derp.
Back in MY day we used film negatives. I doubt you could find any of those anymore
...lucky guy. in school we used to look into a cardboard box that had a hole cut in it so we could see the shadow.
Oh we did that too. Then we realized what idiots we looked like and ran and got the old negatives.