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Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion

dm 10:21 Mon Jul 13
Pluto & Charon
Finally we get to see what they look like

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Sven Roeder 2:19 Tue Jul 14
Re: Pluto & Charon
The new Disney movie featuring the adventures of Pluto & Charon

Charon is Goofy's new name after his sex change for those not paying attention.
Pluto looks like a dog & Charon like whatever indeterminate animal Goofy was. In a skirt

ohgodno 12:48 Tue Jul 14
Re: Pluto & Charon
gph 2:09 Tue Jul 14

No two planets are the same and "a planet" is whatever they need it to mean at the time.

The demotion of of Pluto was a piece of pedantic, scientific dick-waving with no value whatever. There are 9 planets and the token black astronomer can fuck off. Both of them can. That one on The Sky at Night has nearly made me racist.

neilalex 8:53 Tue Jul 14
Re: Pluto & Charon
Once the IAU decided that Pluto was unable to clear its orbit, and wouldn't be able to anytime soon, then a Plexit was inevitable.

Spandex Sidney 2:33 Tue Jul 14
Re: Pluto & Charon
Surely that is a matter for the people of Pluto?

Farage will be all over this.

gph 2:09 Tue Jul 14
Re: Pluto & Charon
If Pluto is a planet, the Earth-Moon system is a double planet system.

Pluto has ~1/5 of the Moon's mass

ohgodno 1:53 Tue Jul 14
Re: Pluto & Charon
Far Cough 10:22 Mon Jul 13

No because part of the stitch-up to rob it of it's planet status was the "it has to have cleared it's orbit" rule. Which they pulled out their arse when they worried there might be bigger things that pluto beyond pluto.

Fuck them. It's a planet.

Far Cough 10:22 Mon Jul 13
Re: Pluto & Charon
So now Pluto is bigger than first thought, will they reinstate it's planetary status?

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