^ LOL! It was the first thing I put in the house and we figure the “neighbors” were thrilled with the creepy new neighbors so we re-aimed it :)
Comment by SondraK, Queen of my domain — May 5, 2012 @ 10:31 pm
The Meade (telescopes ®) Hall. But if the window is operable and a little sparrow flies in don’t be surprised if a little sharp shinned hawk named Beowulf snatches it as it exits through the other side of occulus.
Hey, I thought I slept through that section of high school English.
Based on the lop-sided chairs and very low table, I have to go with:
“The Observatory for Hunchback and Knuckle-dragging KisP Astronomers.” (…informally known, for brevity, The Girl`s Parlor “Kisp Klatch”.
Comment by Colonel Jerry USMC — May 6, 2012 @ 1:13 am
Tactical Air Control Room
Eyes on Target
The All-Seeing Eye or Eye of Providence
The Pipe Dream—well maybe not———- or no words just a big exhaling *sigh*— it needs a stool–(or a pail not to stand on)–just to sit on while viewing the neighbors with the telescope. Heaven forbid anyone should put their ass on one of those chairs. Also a little spider for your company.
^ e-mail me for my po box addy and you can send me one! :)
Comment by SondraK, Queen of my domain — May 6, 2012 @ 7:09 pm
In industrial construction, huge flanges are removed from processing units to allow access for workers. These flanges are usually round and about the size of your window.
A person is assigned the task of monitoring the activities of the workers that use the access port. This person has special training and basically sits all day to determine if there is a problem and act if one arises. This person is called the “hole watch”. I think it’s a good name for your observation portal to the universe.