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Here’s today’s Astronomy 101 lesson. The outside curve of the Crescent Moon always points towards the Sun; and the Crescent Moon is always within 90° of the Sun in the sky; the thinner the crescent, the closer the two are. When the curve of such a thin crescent as today’s is pointing even slightly upwards, as it is in today’s strip, the Sun must be above the horizon. In which case, it’s daytime: the sky would be bright blue, not black, and no stars would be visible. This often happens in comics, and even TV shows (“Smallville” was terrible about this). I hope you all were taking notes: there’ll be a quiz tomorrow.
Do they really have bags like this in some stores?! Not in MY area! (South Jersey)
Werner Heisenberg gets stopped for speeding. The police officer asks him, “Do you know how fast you were going?” Heisenberg replies, “No, but at least I know where I am.”
If the Titanic had struck a Heisenberg instead of an iceberg, it might still be floating!
Heisenberg may have slept here… but we’re not sure about that.
I used to drive an old Heisenberg, but I could never read the speedometer without getting lost.
But it’s not Ditko’s birthday (or the day of his death). Is it the day S-Man first appeared?
Hey, c’mon! The Sun spends more time in Ophie than it does in Scorpius!
And correctly: she didn’t make a mistake!
I suppose everyone else noticed immediately that their arcs formed a heart, but it took me about 15 seconds.