Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Ask Stonekettle Station about the Fiction in Science Fiction

Today’s extra crispy search phrase:

What is the location of the stone hanging mountains in Avatar? Australia?


See, because they’re not floating mountains, they’re dangling - from the bottom of the earth.



Some of us, it seems, will not be advancing with the others to the next grade.


  1. Wrong, Jim, absolutely wrong--I know this, and I haven't even seen the movie.

    Something that dangles from the Earth would have to be the Earth's nuts, Jim. And of course the nuts are located next to the prick. And the biggest prick on Earth divides his time between Washington D.C. and his home state of Connecticut.

    Therefore, the dangling mountains are in North America, presumably somewhere along the I95 corridor, possibly in New Jersey.

    Glad I could help.


    jurth: the planet jerks come from.

  2. Leave it up to the lawyer to be an expert on dangling pricks...

    I defer to your superior expertise of this subject.

  3. Everybody knows that Avatar (whose sequel will be called, for some unexplained reason, The Last Airbender) was actually filmed on location in New Zealand.

    Why is this even an issue?

    putca -- Get off your high moral horse. Hispanic "working girls" (and boys) in California gotta make the rent somehow.

  4. well, yeah, that's been established for years. Any exotic locale you don't recognize in a movie is New Zealand. Or Vancouver if it's a city.

  5. not to get off topic but this is bad i have nothing better to do christmas eve then read through the blogs i havn't yet read, i hate missouri, but the word verifacation is very festive, pecon

  6. Eric

    I argue that he is the biggest prick, and the technical term in this case is schmuck.

    41st biggest I'll grant you

    backshac - immigrant speak for out house


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