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    A great report, Tom - interesting and well written!

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    Default Re: StarLog Observing Report - 5/5/2016 - Cloud Dodging

    Nice going, Tom! But yes, those clouds can be so frustrating. I think we need to crack down on them. If they aren't supposed to be there some night, we just shouldn't allow it. We need to pass some laws! Newton passed some, and now objects always fall. Seems to me we should pass some to keep the clouds in line.
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    Default Re: StarLog Observing Report - 5/5/2016 - Cloud Dodging

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Moyer View Post
    Nice going, Tom! But yes, those clouds can be so frustrating. I think we need to crack down on them. If they aren't supposed to be there some night, we just shouldn't allow it. We need to pass some laws! Newton passed some, and now objects always fall. Seems to me we should pass some to keep the clouds in line.
    I guess we should start investing in orgone and cloudbusters.
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