Joined: April 2007
|Joe writes: This seems to have spawned a life of its own...|
Only because it is such utter and obvious bullshit, Joe.
|...so I will tell you what happened.|
During one dry summer, after a cook-out, I threw some watermelon rinds (with some fesh still on) into the woods across the street from my house.
A couple-few days later I was out in the same woods...
Bullshit, Joe. As I posted in 2007, and is still available at ARN, you claimed:
|That doesn't count the experiments I conduct in my basement. Some labs would be jealous of the equipment I house & use there.|
For example I now know that ticks are more attracted to watermelon rinds then they are to orange peels or orange slices. I also know that dragonflies play.
You were lying about your super-cool basement lab then. Now, realizing what a melon-headed tard you seemed, you are trying to make your tick story somehow plausible. It ain't workin'. I bet the only part of the lies that is true - because it fits your douche bag persona so perfectly - is the littering in the woods.
Given that we are all descended from Adam and Eve...genetic defects as a result of intra-family marriage would not begin to crop up until after the first few dozen generations. - Dr. Hugh Ross