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Saturday · August 09 2003

Mars will be closer to Earth this month than at any point in the last 65,000 years or something incomprehensible like that. We're going to get away from the endless pink haze of the city, setup our telescope somewhere dark, and look at the sky. When that's done, we are going to see castles, eat food that's not good for us, and ride rented bikes to the next loch. When that's done, we'll think of the next step. And as long as it's not in the car, in the cube, and in the car, eventually we'll take a deep breath. We'll look down at where we're at and we'll look around at what the landscape is like. It's certain to be nothing like Mars, but even then, Mars can't get any closer to us.

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