Thursday, December 7, 2006

I'm watching a show about the planets on the National Geographic Channel. At one point, a scientist and his assistant perform a demonstration concerning the atmosphere of Uranus (or is it Neptune?). The narrator mentions that the assistant's name is Eddie Goldstein. Why is it important that we know the assistant's name is Eddie Goldstein? It seems to me that in a show about the PLANETS, the small fact of a person's name being Eddie Goldstein is pretty insignificant. Don'tcha think?

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