Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Photos of the Planet Pitt

Thanx to the "Humbled" Telescope (as Charles Henrickson labeled it) we now have closeup photos of the Planet Pitt from across the galaxy. It all started when Charles posted this photo of Pied Piper Pitt, in the Free Republic thread of yesterday's DUFU blog, sucking down a cigarette so as to maximize the amount of nicotine in his lungs:

Using that photo, your humble correspondent used the Humbled Telescope to bring you a closeup shot of the Planet Pitt.

This was when astronomical creativity took off. First Charles labeled the photo as: The Karl Rover Explores Planet Pitt. This was followed by a photographic observation by Freeper Roscoe Karns:

Then the Humbled Telescope provided us with this spectacular shot of the interstellar probe orbiting the Planet Pitt as provided again by Roscoe Karns:

Finally, Roscoe Karnes provided us with this shot of the Planet Pitt from the perspective of the Starship Enterprise. It really had me ROTFLMAO!

As part of the extended Pied Piper Pitt Day celebrations, which hasn't officially ended yet since the 24 business hours have yet to expire, I am asking for more Planet Pitt photo contributions. I will update the this DUFU Blog with those photos.

And the above from Freeper mikrofon: "Captain, we cannot penetrate the surface -- it is composed of pure DUtronium..."


Blogger Paul Heinzman said...

Merry Fitzmas, PJ!

5:41 PM  
Blogger Paul Heinzman said...

There is no dark side of the Pitt. Matter of fact it's all dark.

5:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh jeez. Funniest one in a looooong time. Heh.


9:15 AM  
Anonymous Patriot-in-Chief said...

ROFL. When I saw the bridge shot! Great work.

11:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love it, PJ!

Dude needs to either wear a hat or copious amounts of sunblock. Otherwise, I'd say he's lookin' at some serious melanoma in the future.

Which has more active sunspots? Pitt or the actual sun?

8:41 AM  

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