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To an extent this kind of sounds more sex-repulsed ace than simply ace. Asexuals *can* get aroused/enjoy the touching of fiddly bits, and don't have to be scared of it, but they don't seek it and certainly don't experience arousal at the sight of an individual. See: donut analogy.

Some of these sound more sex-repulsed ace than simply ace. Asexuals *can* get aroused and don't have to be scared of it, but they don't seek it and certainly don't experience arousal at the sight of an individual. See: donut analogy.

A dashboard camera, on a highway from Kostanai, Kazakhstan, to Chelyabinsk region, Russia on Friday, Feb. 15, 2013 shows a meteorite contrail. A meteor streaked across the sky of Russia’s Ural Mountains, causing sharp explosions and injuring dozens of people. (AP Photo/Nasha Gazeta, www.ng.kz)

Fragments of at least one meteorite fell in the Chelyabinsk region some kilometers miles) east of Moscow, causing flashes in the morning sky and sharp explosions, Russian officials said.

Huge Meteor Over Russia Shatters Windows, Injures Dozens [UPDATED]

BREAKING: Huge Meteor Over Russia Shatters Windows, Injures Dozens (Updated)

Insane videos (at the link) of a huge meteor that blazed across Russia today, with a sonic boom so powerful that it shattered windows and injured 400 people.

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Still Praying I by Sakhr Abdullah on thk:::Gharameel Desert Dune, Saudi Arabia.

The Seven Sisters (or Pleiades) in the Taurus constellation

The Seven Sisters (or Pleiades) is located over four hundred light years from the Earth in the Taurus constellation. This cluster of stars was named by the Greeks for the 7 daughters of Atlas and Pleione.

A self portrait of photographer Travis Burke watching the stars around 2 a.m. from the White Mountains’ Bristlecone Pine Forest. Photo by Travis Burke

Annual Perseid Meteor Shower lights up the night sky

A self portrait of photographer Travis Burke watching the stars around 2 a. from the White Mountains’ Bristlecone Pine Forest. Photo by Travis Burke

This is where I'd like to be today. Photography by Laura Vanzo

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