My Home Planet


Yesterday I came up with a few questions for the Liebster award.  The last one was “If you were an alien, where would you come from?”  I thought it only fair that I share with you all where I come from.  I mean, it’s wrong for me to ask where you are from without telling you about the wonderful place I come from.

I am from the Pluto galaxy.  Yes, I know that you have a planet called Pluto.  Well, you call it a rock now.  Scientist are almost smart.  See, it’s not a rock, nor is it a planet.  It is a ship from the Pluto galaxy. We have other planets almost like the Milky Way galaxy, which is the galaxy that Earth is a part of…if you didn’t know.  The only difference between my galaxy and yours is that…well all of our planets are actually life sustaining planets.  Earth is the only real planet here.

I shouldn’t be telling you this, but humans should know the secrets of the universe as much as everyone else.  I am tired of waiting for you all to figure it out.  All the planets are space ships.  The Martians are idiots for letting you get so close to them.  Although, they could be just like me and bored with watching the humans struggle.  Your moon isn’t a planet, it’s just a rock.  The sun is just a star, although it’s a temperamental star.

Enough about that, I am supposed to be telling you about my home planet.

Like I said, I am from the Pluto Galaxy.  Your Pluto is only a ship.  We all wanted to watch the Earth flourish and grow because we were not able to see our own planets come to where they are.  We are just observers who sometimes come in to help.  Earth is a beautiful place, but not as beautiful as SwordRiver.  That’s the name of my home planet…in English anyways.  It sounds beautiful in my native tongue, but the human mind is not developed enough to learn it, nor read it.

My home planet is the largest planet in my galaxy.  The Pluto galaxy is also the royal galaxy, we make the rules for all of the planets and galaxies in the universe, and we make sure everyone lives in peace with one another.  Earth will be introduced to all this soon, we are just waiting on your minds to grow so that you can comprehend.

SwordRiver is a beautiful place. Our waters are not blue, they are pastel purple, the deeper seas are more of a dark purple.  Some lakes are closer to pink though.  Our grass is blue, but it looks silver in light of our two moons.  The trees leaves are blue and some even have green leaves, but it is a light, lime green.  In the fall (yes we do have seasons just like you) the leaves will turn almost every shade of the rainbow and even some colors that the human eye can not see.  When they turn teal, they fall to the ground.

We have snow in the winter and it’s just as white as it is here on Earth.  I think that is why winter is my favorite season here on Earth.  It reminds me so much of home.

Our summers are not nearly as hot as they are here.  It’s perfect weather for swimming.  It never gets too hot and it’s not as humid as it is where I live now.  I realize that Earth has many types of summer, depending on where you live.  Where I live you walk outside for a second and you are sweating just from the humidity.

That is all I will tell you for now.  I might tell you more about the other Galaxies later.  There is a galaxy for every planet in the Earth’s solar system.  I can’t wait for humans to be smart enough see what you have all been missing for so long.


Show Review: The 100

There are a few new shows starting up recently.  Some have been on for about three weeks, while others have only had their first episode.  One show that has only had one episode is The 100.

This show comes on the CW on Wednesday nights at 9PM.

The idea of this show is the Earth has been evacuated for 97 years and what ever population made it off the Earth safely is now floating in space on the Ark.  Sadly, the Ark is dying and they have to figure out a way to save lives.  The  Chancellor of this ship is like the president, he calls all the shots.  Because of the tight space and the lack of supplies, any and all crimes are punishable by death.  Lucky for anyone under 18, they get to sit in a cell until their 18th birthday before they are sentenced to death.

Now, the reason Earth was evacuated is because of radiation poisoning.  Someone on the ark decides that Earth might actually be safe to return to, but in order to check they create a plan.  Unfortunately for 100 of the kids under 18, rotting away in a cell, this plan includes putting them in a ship and sending them down to Earth.  These teens are given a simple task.  Make it to Earth to test the air, if they die Earth is not safe, if they live they are to find supplies that were left in a safety zone 97 years ago before Earth had to be left behind.

As soon as the ship lands on Earth the kids separate.  You pretty much know from there who is going to cause problems and who is going to take the mission seriously.  Of course, they all committed some kind of crime, so why would they start listening to the adults now?

My Take on the Show
The first episode was fantastic.  It was enough to keep me interested and left me wanting more.  Here are my thoughts in a nice little list!

  1. First of all, these kids are criminals.  They have all done something stupid to put themselves in prison.  Why would they be the first to send down?  Actually, it makes sense to send down criminals to see if they survive, but why so many at one time?  They could have been sent in smaller groups.
  2. Why kids?  They are all under 18.  They are minors with parents that still love them no matter what stupid crime they did.
  3. ANY CRIME can get you locked up.  Does this mean that if one kid steals an extra bite of food and gets caught, the kid automatically goes into lock down to wait for his death the moment he turns 18?
  4. Each couple is only allowed one child.  One couple has a second child and tries to hide it.  When the child is discovered it is taken from the family and the mother is killed.  Was this really necessary?  Really??
  5. One group of kids goes off to find the supplies they were told about.  On their trek through the woods they encounter a deer with two faces and a giant snake that chills in the river.  Is anything safe to eat?
  6. At night the plants glow and two of the teens that are awake find it fascinating.  Yes, it was gorgeous, but it was caused by radiation…is it really that beautiful?  Will it kill you?
  7. One kid that knows his plants picks a flower and eats it.  What part of radiation did they not understand?

All in all, I will be watching more of this show.  Curiosity killed the cat, but I bet the cat was never bored.  This show has got my attention.  I want to know what is going to happen.  Will the ark be saved?  Will everyone return to Earth?  Is Earth really safe?  And who will fall in love with who?  A good show is never complete without a love story, even just a hint of one!

At least in my opinion.

What Do You Think?

Have you seen the show?  If so did you like it?  Do you want to watch it?  Go HERE to check it out!