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Hoses of the Holy in the Parallel Universe

February 01, 2006

Is it April 1st already?

Heard on the news last night that the London Planetarium is closing in favour of a display of celebrities from owners Tussaud's. Peter Allen was interviewing a school teacher, who was explaining that for kids who live in light-polluted cities, it was always an amazing experience to see what the sky should look like. It made me want to cry.

How about this for the name of one of the managers?
"Diane Moon of the London Planetarium said the new London Auditorium would be transformed into a show which would 'get into the heart of celebrity'.

But well-known astronomer Sir Paul Gambaccini said the decision was 'most regrettable'."


(I may have edited that quote just a little bit, for accuracy.)

1 Comments:

  • Indeed the stars in the sky are as nothing compared to the brilliance of those gracing our small screens.

    Tamzin Outhwaite or a gamma-ray burster from colliding neutron stars located 13 billion light years away?

    I know which one gets my boner vote.

    By Blogger SimonHolyHoses, at 2:56 am  

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