A battle/dispute is about to come and they might be checking their inventory/arsenal; to find the best tool/armament they are about to use. It is really an extreme case the tool/weapon chosen is ever used; but they like the self-brainstorming to find out the outcome of the Santa Claus Welcome to the North Swole Christmas shirt of that tool/weapon. If that extreme case happens to be, still this would not be a sort of a mass destruction; at least there would not be collateral damage, they like tools/weapons extremely and precisely calibrated for the aim. (i.e. they might be giving a speech to public during a social gathering and they might just use an awkward sentence; the real meaning of which is only understood by the aimed person. All the others will just ignore. Imagine yourself, one of your deepest/darkest secrets is spoken out loud in public, hidden nicely in a very well constructed sentence) Remember, they like being nice; but that definitely does not mean they are weak.
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The colors of the Santa Claus Welcome to the North Swole Christmas shirt . Molecules and small particles in the atmosphere change the direction of light rays, causing them to scatter. Scattering affects the color of light coming from the sky, but the details are determined by the wavelength of the light and the size of the particle. It’s the samen reason we perceive the sky blue. Lightwaves scatter from the sky and the first one we see is blue/violet. Because the sun is low on the horizon, sunlight passes through more air at sunset and sunrise than during the day, when the sun is higher in the sky. More atmosphere means more molecules to scatter the violet and blue light awaIy from your eyes. If the path is long enough, all of the blue and violet light scatters out of your line of sight. The other colors continue on their way to your eyes. This is why sunsets are often yellow, orange, and red as seen below. (Edit: Red Only Available).