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Saturday, May 5, 2012

CBS: "Supermoon" to rise on Saturday

That is exciting and scary at the same time. Exciting, because this only happens once in a blue moon and scary, because it could entice all kinds of odd and weird reactions in people.

It ought to be a big relief to those who promised someone the moon, because they are finally making good on their word. The receiver can't do much with it, but that is their problem. It is the thought that counts.

I don't think I would be so inclined to step outside to admire this 'supermoon'. I recommend gazing at it from the safety of your abode. At least that way you are not prone to fall victim to all those werewolves that are roaming around.

A full moon seemingly has also a strange effect on people's behavior. More accidents and other weird situations occur when the moon has reached its full potential and caution is in order.

If a regular full moon already entices this reaction, then imagine what a super-sized one will cause and in case you are one of those people who asked for the moon; well, there you have it. You should be over the moon.

Don't go all nuts about it now!



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