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It's a braw, bricht moonlicht nicht the nicht

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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
Is it just me or does looking up at the stars just make you feel really privelaged to be a part of it?

Makes lifes little worries seem so insignificant ......... until the credit card bill comes through the door. :-D
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
to much light pollution where i live but when i go somewere darker i look up all the time
#2
Yep, know what you mean but you can still see the vastness of it all.

Still, nothing beats the view from the countryside on a clear night.
#3
Ditto :( Got a street lamp outside my flat. The world is a beautiful place.. I hope to see most of it before i die.
banned#4
LadyMadonna;2377146
Yep, know what you mean but you can still see the vastness of it all.

Still, nothing beats the view from the countryside on a clear night.



Exactly where I am....the view is amazing....whatever your problems are, they seem insignificant when you look up and realise just how tiny those problems are in the vastness of the cosmos
#5
http://i258.photobucket.com/albums/hh244/octobergirl28/e1.jpg
love this one:)
banned#6
The title of this thread is just messed up lol
#7
Don't think I could live in the country, great for a bit of escapism but I recently moved somewhere were the morrisons shuts at 8 and I find I'm lost.

Where I lived before the place was manic till about midnight..... or at least when the pubs shut.
#8
hard to think that some of the stars you see might not be there anymore:cry:
#9
DangerGod
The title of this thread is just messed up lol


google it
#10
Oh i think i see something in the sky..

http://icanhascheezburger.wordpress.com/files/2008/01/funny-pictures-god-bunny-clouds-sky.jpg
#11
LadyMadonna
google it


It's a beautiful, bright moonlight night, the night! (to-night)
#12
Looking at the sky just makes me realise how small i am. There is so much that we do not know about the universe.. But it all seems so peaceful !

On earth everything seems so bad.. people are starving to death and world leaders just want to use their pawns to fight each other.. Its a shame that humans have such negative feelings or the world may be as nice as the night sky.
#13
Is indeed dling :-D

Thrustmaster the world in't really that bad, just the media is mostly full of the stuff that makes us feel that way.

There are many countries around the world living in harmony with one another. I think people are generally good just a small minority seem to have more coverage.
#14
ding
hard to think that some of the stars you see might not be there anymore:cry:

That you Levi?....:whistling:
#15
'Look at the stars..look how they shine for you' woops lil bit of Coldplay there..getting carried away here :)
#16
You ever go out looking for shooting stars... Great on a clear warm night.. laid on the lawn looking heavenly... and towards the stars....

At least that's what I tell the OH when she finds me passed out in the garden, on me way home from the pub.
#17
You ever go out looking for shooting stars...
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51MZGE3KJVL._SL500_AA280_.jpg found them
#18
That was in the pound shop the other day, useless bit of info for you. :-D
#19
While you are all looking at the stars, check this site out.
You can tell it where you are ( town name or co-ordinates ) and then click on one of the objects. I often look for ISS ( The international Space Station ) and it will show you when it will be visible from where you are.
At the moment it is not over the UK so you may have to click next to get the predictions for a few days time.
Can be really cool when you look up and see the space station travelling across the sky. Especially if you tell your friends what is going to happen a couple of minutes before it actually happens.
It takes about 10 minutes to travel from horizon to horizon.
:-D
#21
LOL, luckily it's late and no one noticed, shall check site out now.
#22
Come On In From Out The Cold Night.

The Kids Are Crying And You Are Out There Stargazing Again!!

Don't Worry About The Bills.

Your Agent Called And Said You Are Not Too Old To Go On The Road Again After All, Mad One!!
#23
druggy :-D
#24
Nice thread - but cant see the stars really at the moment - doesnt get dark enough:p
#25
Rockhound
Nice thread - but cant see the stars really at the moment - doesnt get dark enough:p


never see any stars outside my house - see the moon but thats it
#26
dandoc2
never see any stars outside my house - see the moon but thats it


It gets dark enough in winter - and night sky can be great. It just doesnt really get dark enough on a clear night at the mo - too near the longest day - it only gets to twilight so you can only see the brightest of stars. (oh and the moon is out at well at the mo!)
#27
dandoc2
druggy :-D


Interestingly the word 'drug' derives from the old Dutch word -DROUGUE

Meaning 'CLOUDS'!!

And I often see them in the night sky.

hey Mad One!! Don't you just hate it when the stars are

OBSCURED BY CLOUDS (Pink Floyd Movie soundtrack-have a listen!)
#28
Oh!!

I forgot to mention the soundtrack is in French and will be probably referenced by

Obscure par nuages!! (with a cute e)

And also (just to prove what a cunning liguist I am)

Tis a braw, bricht moonlicht nicht t'nicht (no such word as the)

Actually derives from similar Germanic, NOT Celtic, roots and means

Nice and bright tonight!! (Just like your last gig darlin')
#29
we will all been dead soon enough then there will be no stars or moon to look at ..and no credit card bills either :whistling:
#30
RICHIE GUY
Oh!!

I forgot to mention the soundtrack is in French and will be probably referenced by

Obscure par nuages!! (with a cute e)

And also (just to prove what a cunning liguist I am)

Tis a braw, bricht moonlicht nicht t'nicht (no such word as the)

Actually derives from similar Germanic, NOT Celtic, roots and means

Nice and bright tonight!! (Just like your last gig darlin')



You may well be right but can't say I've ever heard that before.

Can't say I'm rushing to take the word of someone who seem to think I'm Madonna either. :thumbsup:
#31
Lady Madonna isn't Madonna????

Richie Guy isn't Guy Richie

And the stars you see are just portals in the veil that stops the world seeing the total brilliance of the universe.

Enjoy your pinholes of light in the night mad one. You are never alone in the dark.

We will share the universe with eachother and not worry about names, words and their meanings.

Just enjoy being.
#32
What's in a name? that which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.

Watch you don't get swept away. couldn't have that disaster again.
#33
Swept Away was a great movie.

Have you ever been to a cinema under the stars?

or an amphitheatre to experience a nightlight performance?

Maybe it is the quiet solitude you seek rather than answers to the universe.

Words are easy. Names change with place and time. But roses always smell sweetest in the dark.

And the cosmos is infinite.

But what goes on in inner consciousness?
#34
Don't think we have the weather for a cinema under the stars. A film would just be a distraction.

It's not the answers I seek as they are no doubt beyond my realm of comprehension.

I prefer to just bask in the wonderment.

Oh and veil does sound better than sheath
banned#35
aww madonna,youre jist a wee hippy!;-)
#36
LOL, I'm a li'l bit of everything.
#37
The great outdoors at night is a tradition where I come from, as are outdoor theatres. We have the weather and the cloudless skies conducive to your proclivities.

I wish I could show you the Southern Cross, Mad One. It makes the veil pale!

And is the way to discover the South Celestial pole. The axis of the earth.

Yes, you are right. Spelling mistakes and a ' descriptive name' corrected in my previous post will make me more believable.

Why does everybody think you must be a druggy to drink in the night???

They surely do not know you??

Sadly, I fear they do not understand this thread.
1 Like #38
FROM THE MS SPELLCHECKER/ THESAURUS

Privileged - honor, pleasure, joy, favour, freedom, licence, RIGHT!!!

AND I ADD

Responsibility, duty, acknowlegement.
#39
Sounds wonderful but we can't have everything.

Outdoor theatres are all well and good but no doubt such a place lacks lifes little comforts.

What if I couldn't watch the geegee's any longer and had to settle for camel racing?

I'm sure bumpty would do us all proud but the wee soul is probably knackered from the cross country treks to the local bookmakers.

Be sure and keep your eye out for that shooting star and if you see it, make a wish for me. ;)
#40
Starlight, starbright, first star I see tonight

I wish, I wish

I wish that people would check their PM's more often.

And occasionally say 'hi' to OLD friends

(but you are right!! Those chilly rocks for amphitheatre seats make your posterior think you've spent a week riding a two-humped camel- bumpity-bum-p OOCH bumpity bum-p!!)

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