Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Now THIS Is Foolish. But Funny

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It seems bigger than mine.

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6 Comments:

At Fri May 13, 01:59:00 AM 2005, Blogger Robert said...

I’ll invoke the comment I left the first time you presented the “Carpus Christie”. BTW, it’s still funny.

 
At Fri May 13, 05:12:00 PM 2005, Blogger Apesnake said...

While some of my millions of readers (I love being deluded) will be offended, the rest will get a chuckle out of it. Except for those who don't get it and those who get it but think it is not that funny.

I was thinking of doing a Pontius Pilot squid which washes its hands after squirting ink but rendering all those arms plus a toga sounds like a time consuming project.

 
At Fri May 13, 09:20:00 PM 2005, Blogger Robert said...

It’s that biting Canadian wit that keeps me coming back!

 
At Sat May 14, 02:32:00 PM 2005, Blogger GrrlScientist said...

Well, I think they're funny, and that's all that matters!

(ahem)

GrrlScientist

 
At Sat May 14, 11:43:00 PM 2005, Blogger Apesnake said...

Precisely.

 
At Sun May 15, 01:04:00 AM 2005, Blogger Apesnake said...

hedwig_the_owl:

Speaking of... evaluations, I saw one of the most unusual ones tonight (evaluations I mean not... I saw an unusual evaluation.)

There seems to be a new nature show on PBS called Deep Jungle.(Maybe it has been on before.) In the first episode they were showing the new technologies they use to examine wild life in jungles these days and they showed a bird who's name eludes me. It has a mating display that must be seen to be believed though part of it is too fast for human eyes. It includes vibrating its wing tips together faster than a humming birds to make a bizarre electronic cricket like sound. When the female comes close by it does the weirdest vibrating moonwalk as it slides back and forth across it's perch.

As a scientist studying birds you may have read about it already but as a complete layman when it comes to birds it was really cool. When they first showed it I was sure it was a fake bird on a sliding holder or something.

They also showed some footage of a harpy eagle in flight with what may have been a sloth in its talons.

Pretty great stuff.

Though from the sound of one of your last posts on your blog you would not have had much time for TV. In which case I am kind of rubbing it in.

Sorry.
Tell you what, don't read this comment ok?

 

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