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Arizona and the Murtaugh of Star Gazing

So here's an article about a meteor shower over Arizona and after you watch the video you might be thinking the best part of the article is the local reporter shoving a camera into people's faces while they're eating.

You might even think it's the part where the article quotes Twitter:

Did y'all see the meteor that flew above Tucson? Crazzzzy. That was toooo craaaazy!" Tucson resident Eric Gomez posted on Twitter.

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You would be wrong. It is this quote that makes Bill Cooke, NASA meteor expert, the Roger Murtaugh of NASA:

He won't be joining you, but will wait until morning to watch video recordings captured by NASA's cameras — for comfort's sake, he said.

"I'm too old to freeze my rear off anymore."

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Just too old for this shit.

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