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Minor 'Inconveniences' Which Could Be Avoided If An Asteroid Hit Earth

I recently learned that back in 1989, astronomers found out there was a giant asteroid barreling towards Earth. Like, the size of a mountain. Like really effing big, y'all. It would have fcked up our planet, dudes. But guess what? It flew right past us, and now there is a special day to celebrate. It's called Near Miss Day (March 23rd), and it's supposed to be happy, but you know what? There is so much sht we wouldn't have to deal with if that asteroid had just taken out society as we know it when it had the chance. Like…



minor 'inconveniences' which could be avoided if an asteroid hit the earth
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Not sure if this is good news or bad news, but an asteroid breezed past Earth this week, two days after it was discovered. That giant space rock so many of you voted for almost happened.

According to TIME, “The space rock, which is officially called 2017 AG13, flew between Earth and the moon Monday about 8 a.m. EST.”The object came “within half the distance of the moon.” Talk about a case of the Mondays! Am I right???

Now, speaking seriously, considering all that we have going on in the world, is this good news or bad news? You decide.

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The opportunity to see a big space rock slam into our planet will likely prove too alluring for some brave and reckless souls to resist.

Whenever a massive asteroid lines a city up in its crosshairs — and it's just a matter of time before this happens if humanity doesn't take some defensive measures, experts stress — a few rubberneckers are bound to ignore evacuation orders and head toward the impact site to get an eyeful of a once-in-a-lifetime event.
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The opportunity to see a big space rock slam into our planet will likely prove too alluring for some brave and reckless souls to resist.

Whenever a massive asteroid lines a city up in its crosshairs — and it's just a matter of time before this happens if humanity doesn't take some defensive measures, experts stress — a few rubberneckers are bound to ignore evacuation orders and head toward the impact site to get an eyeful of a once-in-a-lifetime event.