Murdering? I dare say he's elevating it to the next level.
BadHairDẵy;4967733By the way, "Where in the UNIVERSE is Earth?"
But which universe should we look for earth in? :confused:
By writing "penis" in MS Paint?
This particular set of levels are descending.
Ok, I'll take another spin on it then....
If you look closely you just might see a moony. :D
Serio;4968534You're murdering my thread.
In Soviet Russia, threads kill spam
Sl4sh;4969023Ok, I'll take another spin on it then....
Did they let you go to the computer lab after recess today?
17th June 2002
Those starmaps can get a bit confusing, especially the two dimensional ones. From Epsilon Reticuli, you head straight on for about 32 lightyears, where you'll come across an as-yet undiscovered (by humans, anyway) supermassive gravitational singularity. This singularity is on a direct, albeit slow, course for Sol, so you can follow its wake for a while to give your engines a rest. Once you reach Alpha Centuri, take a right to evade being spaghettified and head on until you reach a large, red-orange gas giant called Jupiter. From here, the rest of the way is signposted. Good luck! Although, I can recommend much better destinations than Earth to visit. The intergalactic prostitute sanctuary on Zorgon IV is much more entertaining, and Orgyworld, just off the Sigma Alteris 112a interchange is a great laugh. Earth is more of a safari world; numerous people have visited the place, but reviews suggest that the dominant lifeforms - some form of overgrown apes with ego problems - make the trip unbearable. Tourists keep getting dissected and stuffed away in underground bunkers, which has knocked a couple of stars off an otherwise favourable review. Plans are in motion to eradicate this infestation of primates, but until then the Intergalactic Tourism Agency recommends against vacationing there.
Ronald_Jesch;4969237Did they let you go to the computer lab after recess today?
Just enjoying my summer.