God Class was largely empty tonight. It almost always was – in this age when ideas sped over the internet, few deities felt the need to fly. Demeter’s newest daughter peered out the oval window of their plane, blinking at all the blinking lights below.
"No wonder most sky gods have fled,” she said. “The men have put more stars on the ground than there are in the sky. How much they must hate us, to work so diligently to improve on our work. Do you think they want to be us?"
Demeter reached across her field of vision, blocking it, grasping the shutter, and sliding it down to close off the window.
"Now stop that,” she said. “Don't deify people. It's bad enough when they anthropomorphize us."