Everyone knows that does eat oats
and mares eat oats
and little lambs eat ivy.
What knis of joint you think we’se runnin’ here?
All these worlds are yours.
Attempt no landing there.
Look, just call us before you launch.
Obviously it’s a big, old-fashioned beer ball. That spot is the remnant of the tap hole. Occam’s razor y’all!
The mythological Mimas was a giant who was killed by Mars in the war between the Titans and the gods of Olympus. Even after his death, Mimas’ legs – which were serpents – hissed vengeance and sought to attack his killer.
Mimas was named by John Herschel, the son of discoverer William Herschel, who explained his choice of names for the first seven of Saturn’s moons to be discovered by writing, “As Saturn devoured his children, his family could not be assembled round him, so that the choice lay among his brothers and sisters, the Titans and Titanesses.”
Astronomers also refer to Mimas as “Saturn I” based on its distance being the closest to Saturn. The International Astronomical Union now controls the official naming of astronomical bodies.
I have happy memories of Bucks Fizz’s Cheryl Baker* standing her ground against Moterhead in a Tiswas water fight.
*Née Rita Maria Crudgington.
Memories are a-stirring.
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