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Frazzill Frazzill 46-50, F 4 Answers Feb 10, 2013 in Science & Technology

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Yes. I've purchased a new table cloth in the event it may wish to stop in for tea.

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COUNTSPATULA!!!!!! I have missed u! I didn't reconize u with ur new avatar

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:) Hey, there! I almost forget that I use this one that a friend made for me way back in the summer, and it is difficult to realize that there is even a spatula underneath all of that garb. How the heck are ya?

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yes, i can barely make out the spatula, i'm good and you? did you leave EP for awhile or i just didn't reconize your avatar?

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Well, I never actually left entirely, but I was majorly bummed over the loss of my most beloved cat, and still am. I don't spend as much time here as I used to, but I'm building back up. Glad to know you are doing well. :)

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oooh sorry to hear that- I also get very attached to my critters. your screenname is the ultimate fav i have ever seen!

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havent heard of it, im not sure i care if it does

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Nothing to prepare. We won't notice it. The key word is "pass."

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yeah, pass closer than any has in our lifetimes!!! I'm worried- the earths gravitational pull will pull it in and make it hit us! they said if it hit it would leave a mile wide crater and devestate an area from 50-100 mile radius!!!

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They also said that they know EXACTLY where its going. These people track and plot ten thousand space objects close to the earth every day.

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yeah but this is the first to be comming inside the satellites path!!! AND they even stated that our space shuttle has to be going faster to escape earths atmosphere- you have to read between the lines- they don't want to panic people- i hope they're right and it doesn't hit- but tracking something and how it ACTUALLY will behave could be two dif things.

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Um. Didn't hear about until now

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go look on you tube- scary stuff-

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