A wonderful moment recorded, and it almost looks like two moons actually (perhaps it was, with Prof. T's mysterious assistance).
I tried to ask Tetrapilotomos, but – as always busy with proof-reading the 1669 pages of his opus magnum "Pre-Assyrian Philately in a Nutshell" – without looking up he only murmured something that sounded like "Shut up, or I shoot you to the Moon."
Is there but the slightest possibility that your good Professor Tetrapilotomos is ever so slightly afflicted with just the tiniest smidgeon of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder? Just a thought... Dare you suggest that perhaps Pre-Assyrian Philately is less interesting than some other historical processes that he could turn his doubtless awesome mind to, such as, for example, the search for signs of intellect in politicians of the United States of America? That might be a more brief investigation, however, obviously...
I suggested, and without batting an eyelid again he shot nine syllables at me: "Forget it! There is none to be found."
That's what I thought.
Glad you enjoyed, Sue.
Interesting, all our days are named after Roman Gods, the sun and the moon. Moon, Zeus, Wotan, Thor, Fraya, Saturn and Sun.
Now imgaine, Mark, they were – even had to – be named after certain politicians, and that several times within one generation.