Why Omnibrain and Bad Astronomy are so different

Besides our blogs being about two very different topics I seem to have a much more crass interpretation of things.

For example Phil says this "I don't want to live in a place where transdimensional spaceworms can appear in the sky and blast superheated steam straight down onto innocent earthlings."

I see things very differently. This picture clearly shows an anus coming down from space and mega fart blasting Montana. I guess it doesn't really matter since neither one is very pleasant.



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