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Everybody gets to see the baybee but mee. Damn, I miss the boy. I'm'a root through the archives, even if Bandicoot hates me for it. Love and Bandicootie hugs, Centaur.
I have an idea that Maxx belonged to all of us in a very curious way - he was entirely ours and still enitrely virtual - to all of us except 4Legs. Having him gone is just another kind of virtual existence. I can know he's on the comet, as easily as I knew he was on the sofa or in the closet.... My 4Legs, it's not so easy for you.
Such a plushy-tailed comet. Love that Maxx.
Dr. Barmpot, you're so right. Because Maxx was a virtual love, he is never really gone, for me. Poor 4Legs has to live with the reality of Maxx' absence. I'd send Gojira through the wormhole to console you, 4Legs, but the little wretch doesn't much like dogs, which means Arthur J. can't help her visit.
Hanging out in the New Zealand sky is what I'd do, if I ever merited a comet ride in the after life. Glad Maxx has the chance, but then, he earned it. I haven't … yet.
Even if the comet's head is only visible in the southern hemisphere at this point I have heard reports of people in the northern hemisphere observing the tail of the comet as it sticks out over the horizon.It probably requires a really dark sky however. I'm going to try seeing it from the backyard with a nebular filter. I'm glad little Maxx got such a magnificent tribute to his passing.Backyard Astronomer
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