“Rare green comet” visible from Earth tomorrow night guarantees an Eagles win in Super Bowl LVII
That’s it folks, might as well just call it now: the Philadelphia Eagles are going to win the Super Bowl. Don’t get mad at me, I didn’t say that, the universe did when it sent a green comet that hasn’t been seen in 50,000 years to pass right by Earth a week before the big game.
The green comet known as C/2022 E3 (sick) will be visible from Earth tomorrow night:
I took astronomy for a semester in high school, so I know isn’t some random act. This was preordained millions of years ago when this comet first entered its trajectory hurtling through space.
How could you see this and still doubt the Eagles? It’s a once in 100 generation event. Something bigger than all of humanity put together, past, present, and future.
Comet or not, the Eagles were always winning, but it’s nice to have some reassurance from the cosmos. The celestial plane has handpicked the Birds, we’re all just along for the ride at this point.
I’m curious to see if Nick Sirianni will find a way to work this into his pregame metaphor to really hype his team up. Sure, I took issue with his methodology in the past, but this season’s results – and the very fabric of our reality itself – have really spoken for themselves.
The green comet has spoken; the Eagles are winning the Super Bowl. Chiefs Kingdom will be forced to watch more helplessly than Matthew McConaughey in Interstellar.
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