Today’s post is brought to you by the Small Large Smelly Boy and his science report, which he read out loud at school today. Mr. and Mrs. Scatter have not changed a word.
Did you know that the diameter of Uranus is four times that of the Earth’s? In fact, Uranus is so big that scientists have decided to name it after a Roman deity. According to legend, Uranus is the father of several titans, and it has much unkempt power – when Uranus’s power is let loose, disastrous things happen.
Uranus has a very strong gravitational pull, which means Uranus is very attractive. Many things are drawn to Uranus, including 27 moons orbiting around it, which were originally named after windy spirits, but now take the names of characters from Shakespeare’s plays. Scientists seem to think it important to associate Uranus with famous literary works.
Continue reading Uranus, also called “the gas giant”
By Laura Grimes
(Editors note: For the safety of our readers, Art Scatter insists on maintaining proper blog decorum. Translation: We don’t swear. Mr. and Mrs. Scatter at all times maintain proper blog decorum in their everyday lives, inside and outside the computer screen, in order to set prime examples for their tender Large Smelly Boys and for the general public.
Also, Mrs. Scatter searched the interwebs high and low for a proper photo and finally picked the one above from Wikimedia Commons and then looked at the caption. It’s from a Fred Meyer store in Portland, Oregon! Hullo! Cue the dialogue, puhleez!)
Mrs.: You park over here? I never park over here.
Mr.: Where do you park?
Mrs.: I park over by the sidewalk so I can safely walk into the store without getting run over.
Mr.: This area is closest to the entrance. (Points in a general direction.)
Mrs.: You go in that door? I never go in that door. You just like to park near the coffee shop, don’t you?
Mr.: I never go to the coffee shop.
Mrs.: We’re going to get run over.
Continue reading Mr. and Mrs. Scatter go shopping