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``The mystery of the Somerset 'meteor': Wildlife photographer catches flaming object streaking through West Country sky´´

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
 Quoting: Dangerwalt


Russell's Ceramic Teapot.
 Quoting: LunaHominem


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Just one any....

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Not circular reasoning; I predicted its position based on its orbit. No satellite or piece of space junk had that orbit, only this asteroid. It followed that orbit exactly.
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LOL!

If NASA had told you that the object you were photographing was space junk or a satellite, you would believe it Dr. Astro. That is what is dangerous about your way of thinking.
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Nope. I calculated the orbit myself which is how I knew what it was. NASA has nothing to do with it. You, on the other hand, couldn't find or identify an asteroid to save your life. Not that that matters, what matters is that I did the calculations myself and I know for a fact that what I photographed was 2012 DA14.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Did you name DA14?

Who told you were to look in the sky?
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Astromut first told he had a picture of da14 6 hours after the "passing by". Later he realised that it was 8 hours after "passing by"

hmmmm?

I do not eat that kind of shit....
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Right, because I'm never allowed to make a time zone mistake so I must be lying. Fuck off.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


When you are posting here at GLP you have to realize that a lot of people are reading your posts.

You say that you are an expert and then you show some picture of an "once in a lifetime" event and then you are messing up with hours.

Sure this indicates that it is not your picture.
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Good point. A two hour difference is the difference between "DA14" and space junk/satellite.
 Quoting: LunaHominem


I already checked what it was. It was DA14. The mistake I made occurred just now, not back then when I actively knew what time it was because I was living in that moment. You people are unbelievable.
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Not circular reasoning; I predicted its position based on its orbit. No satellite or piece of space junk had that orbit, only this asteroid. It followed that orbit exactly.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


LOL!

If NASA had told you that the object you were photographing was space junk or a satellite, you would believe it Dr. Astro. That is what is dangerous about your way of thinking.
 Quoting: LunaHominem


Nope. I calculated the orbit myself which is how I knew what it was. NASA has nothing to do with it. You, on the other hand, couldn't find or identify an asteroid to save your life. Not that that matters, what matters is that I did the calculations myself and I know for a fact that what I photographed was 2012 DA14.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Ok, wait a minute, when you first got the coordinates for the DA14, where did you get them from? I mean, did you just know that the rock was DA14 instinctively or did you discover it yourself? My point is that the initial information about DA14, so that the orbit could be calculated, had to come from somewhere. Was it from NASA? I am not saying you are right or wrong, just that your info had to start somewhere.

edit: Oops, I guess the question had already been asked before I posted.

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Not circular reasoning; I predicted its position based on its orbit. No satellite or piece of space junk had that orbit, only this asteroid. It followed that orbit exactly.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


LOL!

If NASA had told you that the object you were photographing was space junk or a satellite, you would believe it Dr. Astro. That is what is dangerous about your way of thinking.
 Quoting: LunaHominem


Nope. I calculated the orbit myself which is how I knew what it was. NASA has nothing to do with it. You, on the other hand, couldn't find or identify an asteroid to save your life. Not that that matters, what matters is that I did the calculations myself and I know for a fact that what I photographed was 2012 DA14.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Did you name DA14?

Who told you were to look in the sky?
 Quoting: LunaHominem


The name is systematic based on the date and order of discovery. I told me where to look based on my calculations of its orbit.
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``The mystery of the Somerset 'meteor': Wildlife photographer catches flaming object streaking through West Country sky´´

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
 Quoting: Dangerwalt


ahhh

That is my exact location.

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Question:

NASA told everyone that the Chelyabinsk meteor had 10,000 tones:

[link to www.nydailynews.com]

The Russians said only 10 tones:

[link to rt.com]

Who is lying here?

I'm so affraid to ask "which ones are the incompetent assholes that can't differentiate a 10 tones from a 10,000 tones meteorite" beacause a 9,990 margin of error speaks "I have no f***ing clue of what I am talking about" from both sides, and this idea is to say at least, incredible terrifying.
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Right, because I'm never allowed to make a time zone mistake so I must be lying. Fuck off.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


When you are posting here at GLP you have to realize that a lot of people are reading your posts.

You say that you are an expert and then you show some picture of an "once in a lifetime" event and then you are messing up with hours.

Sure this indicates that it is not your picture.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27459048


Good point. A two hour difference is the difference between "DA14" and space junk/satellite.
 Quoting: LunaHominem


I already checked what it was. It was DA14. The mistake I made occurred just now, not back then when I actively knew what time it was because I was living in that moment. You people are unbelievable.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Dr. Astro, we would not be having this conversation had the "cosmic coincidence" not taken place over the same region of Russia where "DA14" was to pass.
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When you are posting here at GLP you have to realize that a lot of people are reading your posts.

You say that you are an expert and then you show some picture of an "once in a lifetime" event and then you are messing up with hours.

Sure this indicates that it is not your picture.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27459048


Good point. A two hour difference is the difference between "DA14" and space junk/satellite.
 Quoting: LunaHominem


I already checked what it was. It was DA14. The mistake I made occurred just now, not back then when I actively knew what time it was because I was living in that moment. You people are unbelievable.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Dr. Astro, we would not be having this conversation had the "cosmic coincidence" not taken place over the same region of Russia where "DA14" was to pass.
 Quoting: LunaHominem


Oh well, I don't care. The asteroid was still in space 8 hours later. You have no idea how to identify an asteroid, I do, yet you seem to think you can lecture me about it.
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Are you blind? I already posted it in the post you quoted.
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Pretty defensive. I clicked on your photo and do not see it.
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It's right there in the middle of the picture. Are you unfamiliar with what a near earth asteroid looks like in a long exposure photograph?
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Of course I am unfamiliar with it. Just like you would be unfamiliar with the basics of what I do for a living. Circle it or put an arrow. You are not here to educate astronomy masters students are you? If you intend to teach rather than just be a shill then don't be a condescending prick.
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Okay thats it...

FUCK YOU, you giant piece of shit.

You're trolling, posting unfounded accusations, demanding answers from a stranger who owes you nothing until he shows up, insulting him when he does, and all the while having the fucking gall to debate him when you obviously have no knowledge of astronomy what-so-fucking-ever.

And then you accuse him of being a shill on top of it? With no evidence?

FUCK YOU ASSHOLE. It's turds like you who are wrecking GLP and making it damn near impossible to flag the real shills. How fucking dare you conduct yourself like this, and then ask for something? I don't care if Astro is a fucking shill, that would still make him degrees better than human shit like you.
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Astro, circle the asteroid on your photo.

When you are so dismissive of laypersons it makes you seem like you have an agenda.

If you are getting so PO'd that you are telling posters to F off are we really to believe you post here at nearly 3 am Eastern time just for fun?
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Astro, circle the asteroid on your photo.

When you are so dismissive of laypersons it makes you seem like you have an agenda.

If you are getting so PO'd that you are telling posters to F off are we really to believe you post here at nearly 3 am Eastern time just for fun?
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it's in the middle, you dumb shit.

I'm here at 3am for fun, and I'm telling you to fuck off.
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Pretty defensive. I clicked on your photo and do not see it.
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It's right there in the middle of the picture. Are you unfamiliar with what a near earth asteroid looks like in a long exposure photograph?
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Of course I am unfamiliar with it. Just like you would be unfamiliar with the basics of what I do for a living. Circle it or put an arrow. You are not here to educate astronomy masters students are you? If you intend to teach rather than just be a shill then don't be a condescending prick.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16586779


Okay thats it...

FUCK YOU, you giant piece of shit.

You're trolling, posting unfounded accusations, demanding answers from a stranger who owes you nothing until he shows up, insulting him when he does, and all the while having the fucking gall to debate him when you obviously have no knowledge of astronomy what-so-fucking-ever.

And then you accuse him of being a shill on top of it? With no evidence?

FUCK YOU ASSHOLE. It's turds like you who are wrecking GLP and making it damn near impossible to flag the real shills. How fucking dare you conduct yourself like this, and then ask for something? I don't care if Astro is a fucking shill, that would still make him degrees better than human shit like you.
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Lolol.
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Good point. A two hour difference is the difference between "DA14" and space junk/satellite.
 Quoting: LunaHominem


I already checked what it was. It was DA14. The mistake I made occurred just now, not back then when I actively knew what time it was because I was living in that moment. You people are unbelievable.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Dr. Astro, we would not be having this conversation had the "cosmic coincidence" not taken place over the same region of Russia where "DA14" was to pass.
 Quoting: LunaHominem


Oh well, I don't care. The asteroid was still in space 8 hours later. You have no idea how to identify an asteroid, I do, yet you seem to think you can lecture me about it.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Well, so be it. I believed in you Dr., until just a few days ago. You have let me down.

A "cosmic coincidence" is hard to refute, especially when it occurs over the same region as the asteroid you were tracking.

The simplest explanation, when faced with this astronomically improbable event, is that the Chelyabinsk "meteor" and DA14 were one and the same.

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Pretty defensive. I clicked on your photo and do not see it.
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It's right there in the middle of the picture. Are you unfamiliar with what a near earth asteroid looks like in a long exposure photograph?
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Of course I am unfamiliar with it. Just like you would be unfamiliar with the basics of what I do for a living. Circle it or put an arrow. You are not here to educate astronomy masters students are you? If you intend to teach rather than just be a shill then don't be a condescending prick.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16586779


Okay thats it...

FUCK YOU, you giant piece of shit.

You're trolling, posting unfounded accusations, demanding answers from a stranger who owes you nothing until he shows up, insulting him when he does, and all the while having the fucking gall to debate him when you obviously have no knowledge of astronomy what-so-fucking-ever.

And then you accuse him of being a shill on top of it? With no evidence?

FUCK YOU ASSHOLE. It's turds like you who are wrecking GLP and making it damn near impossible to flag the real shills. How fucking dare you conduct yourself like this, and then ask for something? I don't care if Astro is a fucking shill, that would still make him degrees better than human shit like you.
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Could you also info Dr astro to stop feeding the trolls? Dude can track near earth objects, but cant tell he is being trolled. wtf?
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If you are getting so PO'd that you are telling posters to F off are we really to believe you post here at nearly 3 am Eastern time just for fun?
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I couldn't help but notice all the names I was being called and how I was being called out even before I saw the thread, so yes, I responded and no that did not put me in a particularly good mood. Attacking my motives, which are nothing but honest, does not help matters. It just makes me more PO'ed.
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Astro, circle the asteroid on your photo.

When you are so dismissive of laypersons it makes you seem like you have an agenda.

If you are getting so PO'd that you are telling posters to F off are we really to believe you post here at nearly 3 am Eastern time just for fun?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16586779


it's in the middle, you dumb shit.

I'm here at 3am for fun, and I'm telling you to fuck off.
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Oh, the angry shill. Looks like logic was about to pound Dr. Circle the asteroid.
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I already checked what it was. It was DA14. The mistake I made occurred just now, not back then when I actively knew what time it was because I was living in that moment. You people are unbelievable.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Dr. Astro, we would not be having this conversation had the "cosmic coincidence" not taken place over the same region of Russia where "DA14" was to pass.
 Quoting: LunaHominem


Oh well, I don't care. The asteroid was still in space 8 hours later. You have no idea how to identify an asteroid, I do, yet you seem to think you can lecture me about it.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Well, so be it. I believed in you Dr., until just a few days ago. You have let me down.

A "cosmic coincidence" is hard to refute, especially when it occurs over the same region as the asteroid you were tracking.

The simplest explanation, when faced with this astronomically improbable event, is that the Chelyabinsk "meteor" and DA14 were one and the same.
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I already checked what it was. It was DA14. The mistake I made occurred just now, not back then when I actively knew what time it was because I was living in that moment. You people are unbelievable.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Dr. Astro, we would not be having this conversation had the "cosmic coincidence" not taken place over the same region of Russia where "DA14" was to pass.
 Quoting: LunaHominem


Oh well, I don't care. The asteroid was still in space 8 hours later. You have no idea how to identify an asteroid, I do, yet you seem to think you can lecture me about it.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Well, so be it. I believed in you Dr., until just a few days ago. You have let me down.

A "cosmic coincidence" is hard to refute, especially when it occurs over the same region as the asteroid you were tracking.

The simplest explanation, when faced with this astronomically improbable event, is that the Chelyabinsk "meteor" and DA14 were one and the same.
 Quoting: LunaHominem

Right, which is why I was able to photograph it 8 hours later...
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Right, because I'm never allowed to make a time zone mistake so I must be lying. Fuck off.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


When you are posting here at GLP you have to realize that a lot of people are reading your posts.

You say that you are an expert and then you show some picture of an "once in a lifetime" event and then you are messing up with hours.

Sure this indicates that it is not your picture.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27459048


Good point. A two hour difference is the difference between "DA14" and space junk/satellite.
 Quoting: LunaHominem


I already checked what it was. It was DA14. The mistake I made occurred just now, not back then when I actively knew what time it was because I was living in that moment. You people are unbelievable.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

From Wiki

WOW CHECK THIS OUT! "ASTEROID FAMILIES"
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When you are posting here at GLP you have to realize that a lot of people are reading your posts.

You say that you are an expert and then you show some picture of an "once in a lifetime" event and then you are messing up with hours.

Sure this indicates that it is not your picture.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27459048


Good point. A two hour difference is the difference between "DA14" and space junk/satellite.
 Quoting: LunaHominem


I already checked what it was. It was DA14. The mistake I made occurred just now, not back then when I actively knew what time it was because I was living in that moment. You people are unbelievable.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

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WOW CHECK THIS OUT! "ASTEROID FAMILIES"
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The asteroid belt is the region of the Solar System located roughly between the orbits of the planets Mars and Jupiter. It is occupied by numerous irregularly shaped bodies called asteroids or minor planets. The asteroid belt is also termed the main asteroid belt or main belt to distinguish its members from other asteroids in the Solar System such as near-Earth asteroids and trojan asteroids. About half the mass of the belt is contained in the four largest asteroids, Ceres, Vesta, Pallas, and Hygiea. These have mean diameters of more than 400 km, while Ceres, the asteroid belt's only dwarf planet, is about 950 km in diameter.[1][2][3][4] The remaining bodies range down to the size of a dust particle. The asteroid material is so thinly distributed that numerous unmanned spacecraft have traversed it without incident. Nonetheless, collisions between large asteroids do occur, and these can form an asteroid family whose members have similar orbital characteristics and compositions.
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A friend of mine saw a meteor over NZ yesterday, traversed a large portion of the sky before burning up.

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and that which is done is that which shall be done:and there is no new thing under the Sun.
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If you are getting so PO'd that you are telling posters to F off are we really to believe you post here at nearly 3 am Eastern time just for fun?
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I couldn't help but notice all the names I was being called and how I was being called out even before I saw the thread, so yes, I responded and no that did not put me in a particularly good mood. Attacking my motives, which are nothing but honest, does not help matters. It just makes me more PO'ed.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro



I didn't attack until you acted like everyone on here should know how to ID it.

So go ahead and educate the laypeople by circling the asteroid. Or will you or your buddy insult a bit more?
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Thread: Giant Strange Object Passing Through the Corona of the Sun
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Astromut; I think hes's just telling it like it is eh.
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Good point. A two hour difference is the difference between "DA14" and space junk/satellite.
 Quoting: LunaHominem


I already checked what it was. It was DA14. The mistake I made occurred just now, not back then when I actively knew what time it was because I was living in that moment. You people are unbelievable.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

From Wiki

WOW CHECK THIS OUT! "ASTEROID FAMILIES"
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The asteroid belt is the region of the Solar System located roughly between the orbits of the planets Mars and Jupiter. It is occupied by numerous irregularly shaped bodies called asteroids or minor planets. The asteroid belt is also termed the main asteroid belt or main belt to distinguish its members from other asteroids in the Solar System such as near-Earth asteroids and trojan asteroids. About half the mass of the belt is contained in the four largest asteroids, Ceres, Vesta, Pallas, and Hygiea. These have mean diameters of more than 400 km, while Ceres, the asteroid belt's only dwarf planet, is about 950 km in diameter.[1][2][3][4] The remaining bodies range down to the size of a dust particle. The asteroid material is so thinly distributed that numerous unmanned spacecraft have traversed it without incident. Nonetheless, collisions between large asteroids do occur, and these can form an asteroid family whose members have similar orbital characteristics and compositions.
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The whole universe is going to crap now we have "DYSFUNCTIONAL ASTEROID FAMILIES" LOL ;)
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``The mystery of the Somerset 'meteor': Wildlife photographer catches flaming object streaking through West Country sky´´

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
 Quoting: Dangerwalt


ahhh

That is my exact location.

kphaarp
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Is it entertaining to you to make fun of people in severe pain and suffering? This man has no life but to die and your posting his picture making a joke..

Your a utterly despicable piece of slime
Judgement is coming..
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Pretty defensive. I clicked on your photo and do not see it.
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It's right there in the middle of the picture. Are you unfamiliar with what a near earth asteroid looks like in a long exposure photograph?
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Of course I am unfamiliar with it. Just like you would be unfamiliar with the basics of what I do for a living. Circle it or put an arrow. You are not here to educate astronomy masters students are you? If you intend to teach rather than just be a shill then don't be a condescending prick.
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Okay thats it...

FUCK YOU, you giant piece of shit.

You're trolling, posting unfounded accusations, demanding answers from a stranger who owes you nothing until he shows up, insulting him when he does, and all the while having the fucking gall to debate him when you obviously have no knowledge of astronomy what-so-fucking-ever.

And then you accuse him of being a shill on top of it? With no evidence?

FUCK YOU ASSHOLE. It's turds like you who are wrecking GLP and making it damn near impossible to flag the real shills. How fucking dare you conduct yourself like this, and then ask for something? I don't care if Astro is a fucking shill, that would still make him degrees better than human shit like you.
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02/18/2013 03:06 AM

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It's right there in the middle of the picture. Are you unfamiliar with what a near earth asteroid looks like in a long exposure photograph?
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Of course I am unfamiliar with it. Just like you would be unfamiliar with the basics of what I do for a living. Circle it or put an arrow. You are not here to educate astronomy masters students are you? If you intend to teach rather than just be a shill then don't be a condescending prick.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16586779


Okay thats it...

FUCK YOU, you giant piece of shit.

You're trolling, posting unfounded accusations, demanding answers from a stranger who owes you nothing until he shows up, insulting him when he does, and all the while having the fucking gall to debate him when you obviously have no knowledge of astronomy what-so-fucking-ever.

And then you accuse him of being a shill on top of it? With no evidence?

FUCK YOU ASSHOLE. It's turds like you who are wrecking GLP and making it damn near impossible to flag the real shills. How fucking dare you conduct yourself like this, and then ask for something? I don't care if Astro is a fucking shill, that would still make him degrees better than human shit like you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34494403


Could you also info Dr astro to stop feeding the trolls? Dude can track near earth objects, but cant tell he is being trolled. wtf?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20906040


Fair enough. I apologize, I saw some of the things being said about me without my even being here and became slightly enraged. I really shouldn't let it get to me, but after a while the level of arrogant ignorance just grates on you.
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