This calls for a trip to the Griffith Observatory. Opened in 1935, the Griffith Observatory is the centerpiece of Griffith Park, a 3,017 acre park that was donated to the city of Los Angeles by Col. Griffith J. Griffith in 1896. Col. Griffith donated the land to give something back to the city where he had made so much money in real estate investment (Of course if he thinks he made a lot of money in the past, imagine what 3,017 acres of land wedged between Hollywood and Glendale are worth today.). The land was donated with the requirements that it be made into a "great park" which would be "a place of rest and relaxation for the masses".
|Proportional planets - I'm understanding now why Pluto got downgraded.|
|Trying to steal the 340 pound meteorite.|