And, in the saddest news of all from the last couple of days, scientists have decided that Pluto is no longer a planet.
This is sad for school children, as I imagine that Pluto, being a cartoon dog, is one of the favorite planets. I imagine that this is also a sad day for the ancient Greeks or Romans (one of them, I'm not sure which) as Pluto was their god of the underworld.
Although it's slightly off-topic, I will not stoop to making Uranus jokes, as this is a classy site, and one that, I imagine, upper-class British people read while they are drinking tea and talking about the gold exchange rates, and I wouldn't want to offend them.
However, what I would like to do is to point out that I, as I am sure we all do, feel a little bit smaller knowing that there is one less planet in our solar system.
I mean, it even has its own moon! What are the scientists even looking for? I say, if anything has its own moon, it should be a planet.
I will again avoid the obvious Uranus joke.
That is all.
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