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  1. Iain Sparrow

    Iain Sparrow Contributor Contributor

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    In the end it's probably the best way to go about it... because you know, if these supernatural things do exist... they may send something undead after you.:)
     
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    Okay, okay. I quit. You win. I suggest you infiltrate the order instead, pretend to take vows, etc ...and you'll learn all you need to know! :)
     
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    Iain Aschendale Unworthy in the eyes of the LORD Contributor

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    Got your new avatar ready for you, @Iain Sparrow:

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    Recently saw a reply from the Flat Earth Society to Elon Musk...

    Musk had asked why there wasn't a Flat Mars Society (obvious, really. Those bacteria haven't got themselves organized enough to philosophise about life, the universe and everything)

    Flat Earth's reply: (https://www.cnet.com/news/flat-earthers-to-elon-musk-mars-is-round-silly/)

    Hi Elon, thanks for the question. Unlike Earth, Mars has been observed to be round.

    We hope you have a fantastic day!
     
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    I guess Mars is very dangerous to stand on since it is accelerating in the Z axis at 9.8 m/s^2, same as us. I suppose Mars has the same gravity as the earth on its north pole, but anything loose on the bottom falls right off. Guess that's what happened to its oceans!
     
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    He'll fit right in.
     
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    Back in 1829, "Doc," the professor of my newswriting class, was one of those old-school, trenchcoat reporter types. He was stubbornly against investigative reporters going undercover, citing Woodward and Bernstein's work on Watergate. His words (pre-Google):

    "If you ask the right questions and develop good go-to sources, there's no need to go undercover."
     

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