As you may or may not be aware, the Large Hadron Collider is now fully operational. That's great news for us science nerds, but ever since that bastard went online, all kinds of strange stuff has been happening. Trekkie chicks started getting kind of hot, I started work on a cartoon show, and this lightshow spiral phenomenon took place in the sky over Norway.
That sh*t's real. It happened. Nobody knows what it is, and for some reason, nobody's asking any questions. Maybe daily life in Norway is so exciting that people can look up and see a vortex with a spinny blue laser thing coming out of it and just roll over and go back to bed, but not here. We're curious. We want answers. Like what you kids are doing this weekend and whether anybody has that Vulcan girl's phone number.
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