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By Derek Rose
Nov 17, 2012
Just spent the last 45 minutes watching meteorites. Natures silent fireworks. I'm always in awe at the speed they burn up. #Leonids
I have refused to join facebook or twitter.There has to be some point at which you say you don't have to try to keep up with state-of-the-art.We should be able to appreciate a meteor shower on its own, without validating every experience by cramming the latest technology into it, or vice-versa.Time to go outside in the cold dark morning, look up at the sky, and see what I will see.Don't need to livefeed every moment to know I actually did it."When you wish upon a star, makes no difference who you are. Or what gadgets you own."
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