Monday, April 20, 2009

Eddison

When a disapproval collapses in upon itself,
it creates an Orange Dwarf.

Thanks, Sara!

19 comments:

PJ said...

The crossed forepaws create a compactness that I find ominous and terrifying. How much smaller can Ed get?

Boopalina luv said...

the smaller the bunny the bigger the disapproval!

mum of critters said...

i must say, i've seen a lot of bunneh disapproval but this is the first sneer i've ever seen! wow

Rabbits' Guy said...

I am ready for another lecture on the mysterys of bun-particle physics ...

Bunnyman said...

Wow, that was nearly a Disapproval Supernova.

We really dodged a carrot, I mean a bullet, on that one.

Marissa Doyle said...

Orange Dwarfs...how singular. :)

thumpyfuzz said...

Help! I've gone past the event horizon. I'm......

janet2buns said...

Dr. Fleetie and Dr. Bunford are collaborating on a paper that explores the phenomena of orange dwarfs. Dr. Bunford's unfortunate habit of absentmindedly shredding the research notes is hindering the paper's publication. The postdoc research assistants have been unable to hide the notes sufficiently well.

Fleetie said...

Unfortunately, Fleetie has been on the first day of a nasty week-long work training course today. It was horrible and scary and out of my comfort zone.

So I can't type too much today cos I'm so exhausted and really, I want a bunny to snuggle me.

However, I'm sure Drs Bunford and Russelton between them will come up with some interesting results in the field of disapproval and orange dwarves.

I hope they'll let us know what they discover!

Bunford: Stop shredding the research notes, silly clever bunny!

Meanwhile, I disapprove of my day today, and of the rest of the week. Blerr!


Fleetie - if I were a bunny, my ears would be drooping today

PJ said...

What say you, J2B, Ultra Sneer or, no Ultra Sneer?

Rabbits' Guy said...

Now I'm wondering if Eddison might be part of a Binary ... hmmm .. must await the findings.

Is Seattle far enough away from the epicenter of Eddison to not require protective garments?

PJ said...

Fleetie - I missed your comment because it came in just before mine. I also disapprove of today. I am very sick and also wish I had a bunneh to snuggle, instead I have two fluffy kitties with cattitude and a dog who nipped the FedEx man and is undergoing further submission training (me using a harsh tone of voice).

Anonymous said...

That is a fierce little face, and I thought standard disapproval was tough enough.

Sara said...

Rabbits' Guy, Eddison is actually located in Kirkland! (Bust out the hazmat gear!)

He is also part of a binary system, in which the other star is named Mimi. Her wrath is quite terrible as well.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Well Sara, we are in Bow .. just North of Mt Vernon .. there is a deep pall approaching. Must be all of the East side is doomed. We are duct taping plastic over everything ... will it be enough?

Could you maybe point him toward Spokane?

Fleetie said...

PJ, thanks for your comment. Sorry you had a bad day too.

I have decided that if this course starts getting me down today, I might get a picture of Eddison onto this lab computer's LCD screen, pick it up and point it at whoever is annoying me! That'll show them! Bunny disapproval is not something to be ignored or taken lightly!

Thanks again.

Martin

P.S. Captcha word this time is "rexco". Has Cinny been setting these words recently?!

Zen said...

"Let me fly,
Far away from here,
Fun, fun, fun,
In the sun, sun, sun."

Sorry for the obscure 90's cultural reference, but the first thing I think of when I see any mention of dwarf stars is Red Dwarf.

Would have been interesting if the animal that survived the disaster was Listor's stowaway rabbit.

janet2buns said...

Fleetie: I think that is a fine idea. It's likely that BunRadiation is so strong, it can be transmitted through computer screens.

Lucile said...

I also named my rabbit Edison !!