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to be fair, we're all insignificant
http://htwins.net/scale2/ - if you need me to fuck your gf, give me a shout.
Nothing is stopping you!
(p.s. sorry to hear about your gf man, hope you're all good)
i think the only thing that is stopping me from living in london is that i don't really want to. i love visiting but that's about it.
you should move back to manchester and mits should move to manchester as well, is that ok?
Hope things work out OK c_r
Started with a boy in a boat then zoomed out first(?) to the edge of the known universe then back in to the boy. After a pause it then zoomed in on a mosquito on the boy's hand and right down to the sub-atomic particles before zooming back out and ending back where it started. It's about on youtube - worth a look to see how much more has been discovered about the universe and sub-atomics in the past 40 years or so.
(the bit about the universe - the girlfriend comment is harsh)
its not so much the size of the bodies, but the colossal distances between them
why do so many people not pick up on how embarrassing the page name is?
is finally out of the solar system. 36 years to travel that far - mind-boggling
Should aliens ever find it, lets hope they have a turntable.
contains popular music of the day like The Bee Gees, Boney M and various songs from Grease. If I were the alien and had no means to play the disc I'd count my blessings
looks like a Jools Holland Later line up.
jonny b goode is the only pop song on there! brilliant.
Bach's a bit snooze-worthy. The rest of it sounds like the playlist of an Andy Kershaw / Giles Peterson radio show.
Johnny B Goode is a (ahem) good choice: I wonder what they'd choose if it were being launched today?
although maybe with less bach bias.