“IT” (otherwise known as HD 36405.b) isn’t your average “oddball” exo-solar planet made of rock that wobbles on its end & zips around a nearby star in less than 2.46 days.
Seeking a spot of serenity somewhere in the universe, I recently booked a deep-discount dodgy berth on the ‘White Elephant Express Space Shuttle’, to a little known place in a galaxy far, far away.
If truth be told, (after reading random excerpts from “The Itty Bitty Bunkum Book About Life, the Universe & Practically Everything Under the Sun Not To Mention Stuff Going On In Remote Galaxies), I was basically delirious. According to its noted author, Dr. Jarn Leffer, “IT is a ‘must-see’ for those with little time on their hands & a passionate interest in Innocuous Things.”
Most linear thinkers have a great deal of difficulty even comprehending why on earth someone in their “right mind” would be interested in visiting a planet called “IT”. Not being a linear thinker with an investment in the “right” answer, I didn’t give a hoot. After all, what does one (who walks on water & listens to miffed mortals all day long) do for a frigging night off, now I ask you?
“Before you took that first cruise, your thoughts about cruise ships and cruise vacations consisted of flashbacks to Love Boat re-runs. Cruising was all about sunny, tropical destinations like Bermuda”
The city of southern California, san diego is locally known as ‘America’s Finest City’. It’s located on San Diego Bay, an inlet of the Pacific Ocean near the Mexican border. San Diego is the second largest city in California and the seventh largest in the United States. It is also nicknamed as ‘America’s biggest small town’.