Hard Mondays Volume 2, Edition 6
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Feeling dirty? The Arietids are a strong meteor shower that lasts throughout the month of June each year, and peaks on June 7. The Arietids, along with the Zeta Perseids, are the most intense daylight (read: invisible) meteor showers of the year, pelting the earth with over 60 shooting stars per hour at 40 MPH. The source of the shower is unknown (we guess Hans Grohe) but scientists suspect that they come from the asteroid Icarus (that waxy dreamer). Either way, sweat and grime are good magnets at Ground Zero.