WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS?
Looks like a Wheat Thin.
Reminds me more of a New Orleans muffalaletta seen from overhead, or one of several Greek breads, particularly the fried.Not that I am against such, as current communion bread is a far cry from typical unleaved bread and us forced to eat cardboard which dissolves like toilet paper for convenience and pathological fear of needing to deal effectively with crumbs.
Too chewy! But okay in an emergency, so long as they’re just made from wheat flour.
Father, are you saying you use moonpies at Mass?Sorry for the overrun on muffaletta spelling, as past normal typos, muffaletta and banana are two words where it hard to stop adding paired letters.Out of curiosity, when did the internet age start using phrases such as supermoon, superdupermoon, superduperwithsprinklesmoon, and other trendy confabulations? My feeling is it came with the rise of Starbucks. I am familiar with the very very old wolf moon, blue moon, harvest moon, worm moon etc, but these new ones are maybe something cooked up by college astronomy dept supported tv shows to get mention in media hype.
If that is the Moon (which seems highly doubtful), you need to a new i-phone. On the other hand, perhaps this is what comes of loafing around on HHI. -:)
This entire thread seems to be a complete moondoggle.
Though the humor may be cratering at this point, I do believe I caught a glimpse of Mare Panis in your original photo.
Indeed, as India had just landed a probe on the Moon, it could have been Naan other.And all this is yet further evidence of why we have the word “lunatic.” I will stop now.
Past your photo, Father, I like the clotheslined sucker photo but suspect that one faked, as I do the others past maybe the water shot. Your photo shows how digital imaging cheerfully and helpfully fills in missing detail and shading, and illustrates well that digital is manipulated right out of the starting gate and not a true photograph at all, and not to be trusted as a true representation.
Special effects courtesy Ed Wood.
That explains my disappointment at not being able to see the Indian lunar lander. We looked at that huge bright disc for an hour but we saw naan.
Only the loons are fooled....
rcg, the lander was very easy to spot with the naked eye. I could see the tiny pink pavilion and dancing little saffron and powder blue specks all around it, them obviously still celebrating. They put on very impressive fireworka, too.
@Bob. Oh, those guys! They gave me a book.
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