Non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.
I see an image of Jesus in that tortilla. Should I worship it?http://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/10166
Freedom of religion, my friend.
Oh sure, astronomers and physicists may say the supermoon isn’t all that super, but they’re party poopers. Everyone else looked to the sky with awe, and photographers the world over made amazing images of a moon that hasn’t looked so big or bright since 1948.To quickly recap the science, the moon follows an elliptical orbit that places it between 362,600 km to 405,400 kilometers away from Earth. Monday marked the moon’s closest approach to Earth—just 216,000 miles away. And it happened to be full. That made it appear as much as 14 percent bigger and about 30 percent brighter than normal. Further adding to the supermoon’s superness, it veered closest to Earth within hours of becoming full. NASA says the moon won’t look this big again until 2034.
I see a frog....
Yeah, that's Pepe. He's smiling!