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Blue Moon from dusk until dawn night of August 20, 2013 | Tonight | EarthSky
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Lady J;1433963 wrote: Blue Moon from dusk until dawn night of August 20, 2013 | Tonight | EarthSky


I've never come across that definition before
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Lady J;1433963 wrote: Blue Moon from dusk until dawn night of August 20, 2013 | Tonight | EarthSky


I've never come across that definition before
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Oh golly, Mrs.Dog is in Albuquerque NM.

So far away, how could I warn her in time? :-3
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I live in an inversion layer that never seems to go away and I miss all the cool stuff in the sky. Tonight won't be any different.
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SnoozeAgain;1433973 wrote: I live in an inversion layer that never seems to go away and I miss all the cool stuff in the sky. Tonight won't be any different.


whoho, that is deep really:-3
If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles,” Doug Larson.

“Never doubt the courage of the French. They were the ones who discovered that snails are edible.”
― Doug Larson
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I thought it sounded kind of bitter.

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SnoozeAgain;1433987 wrote: I thought it sounded kind of bitter.


The picture spains it all, , :guitarist
If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles,” Doug Larson.

“Never doubt the courage of the French. They were the ones who discovered that snails are edible.”
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