Accurate newspaper headline. Accurate newspaper headline… geniusquotes.net/quotes-about-bodybuilding/. Neil degrasse Tyson gave a talk at my university yesterda funny
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #11 - majordraco
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Why the **** are they writing headline over the pic, what kind of two bit paper is that?
No wonder no one reads papers anymore.
#59 to #11 - zoologyexplain
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It might be on purpose just to keep students from stealing a ton of papers just to cut out the picture and do something stupid with them.
It might be on purpose just to keep students from stealing a ton of papers just to cut out the picture and do something stupid with them.
User avatar #65 to #59 - StickyTissueLoLz
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Isn't that why photoshop exists?
#13 to #11 - lordcaboose
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It is the Purdue Exponent, the student newspaper at Purdue University.
User avatar #22 to #13 - heyzeus
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i live near purdue. like 30 minutes-45. a lot of my friends are going there next year. my dad went there too. i didnt know neil was gona visit
#23 to #22 - lordcaboose
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It was pretty heavily advertised on campus, but the line was ridiculously long pretty early. It circled around the engineering fountain on one side and to the watchtower on the other. Needless to say I did not end up going even though I wanted to.
#58 to #22 - zoologyexplain
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User avatar #15 to #11 - herecomesjohnny
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that actually made me wonder a bit why papers don't do that even more to make more space for text
#83 to #11 - rebenely
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it's a breakthrough
User avatar #3 - metalmind
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Oh who cares anymore, it was only a logical decision.
Either eliminate pluto as a planet, or count a lot of similar or larger sized planetoids as planets as well.
#4 to #3 - anon id: ea28ae64
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But no. We define. Why logic? Why?
#9 to #4 - mattymc
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that and the fact that the majority of those who defend pluto being a planet, do so out of fear of change and/or misplaced nostalgia.
User avatar #32 to #9 - chimpaflimp
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No, it's because IT IS A ******* PLANET YOU ****.
User avatar #5 to #4 - metalmind
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To create an orderly system.
#24 to #3 - anon id: 313f4c92
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You can't just bring up pluto as a planet then crush him all of a sudden. Make the ************ an honorary planet or something, leaving him out completely is just cold.
User avatar #37 to #24 - mendelevium
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Ever hear of Ceres?
No?
It was a planet between Mars and Earth.
Now its part of an asteroid belt, because there are literately thousands the same size if not bigger and more planet like.

Same as Pluto, not only is it smaller, then a large amount of the asteroids next to it, but there are thousands of them.

If we called pluto a planet we wouldn't be learning just a 7 word saying, we would be learning a ******* novel because out of all the asteroids in Pluto's belt, its one of the most asteroids like.
#54 to #37 - brisineo
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Recent evidence is showing that Pluto is currently the largest non-planetary, non-moon body in the solar system that we know of. Even Eris, once thought to be larger, was discovered to be short in comparison. It was just shiny so it looked bigger in telescopes at the time.

In 2015, Pluto's size will be confirmed by the space probe heading there, and one could argue that you could set the limit to a planet's size at Pluto and leave it at that, all without drastically changing the number of "planets" in our solar system. Until we're able to track every single rock floating around our fiery ball of gas, which we might find a couple.
#76 to #3 - anon id: ce193b6d
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That's not how it works.
User avatar #29 to #3 - snipys
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VIVA LA PLUTO, **** YOU!
User avatar #53 to #29 - ivehadworse
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This. Pluto is best planet.
User avatar #64 to #29 - metalmind
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Well,it's still a Planetoid, a dwarf planet to be exact.
After all, he was just reclassified, not erased.
And there are actually already 5 other objects in the class of dwarf planets, about a dozen good canidates for beeing classified as dwarf planets, and far more possible canidates.
User avatar #7 to #3 - testaburger
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>being thumbed down for speaking the truth and making a valid point
Oh FJ, you piece of ****.
User avatar #48 to #7 - coolcalx
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because no one is actually pissed off? the newspaper article title is a joke, nothing more.
#88 to #7 - anon id: a89f204b
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i thumb him sown due fact it a joke while he is right he failed ot even think or consider it to be a joke so he get thumbs down for not think about it for one second get butthurt abotu a ******* head line that ******* joke you get me
User avatar #10 to #7 - ohhh
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This wouldn't be the first time funnyjunk went full retard.
#16 to #10 - vorarephilia
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>Implying fj isn't always at full retard.
>Implying fj isn't always at full retard.
#1 - sirquidam
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#75 to #1 - alfonshister
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#33 - PenguinsOfMars
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#55 - okamiterasu
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User avatar #77 to #55 - shorea
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I was about to point something like that out... thanks that I'm not alone ;)
#84 to #55 - anon id: e1ba1cc3
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thank you
#39 - bariummanisback
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#50 to #39 - givememoarpony
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do i smell watermelon
#43 to #39 - silverpotato
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#34 - planetpluto
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Your mom thought i was big enough.
User avatar #2 - mattdoggy
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I propose we call him "The Planet Killer"
or "The Star Slayer"
User avatar #69 to #2 - aadenoto
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The Death Star
User avatar #12 to #2 - logiblack
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Or "Starkiller"
#46 - psyosis
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#19 - pebar
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it's just a snowball... get over it
Is Pluto a planet? it's just a snowball... get over it
#36 to #19 - anonmynous
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People need to see this! I never knew. I'm sorry pluto, you are not a planet!
#49 to #19 - baitdoesnttalkback
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i like that gif