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|Quote (Seversky @ July 10 2011,09:12)|
|Perhaps this wasn't pollen at all but tiny little rabbit droppings.|
Of course, this would raise the question of what the rabbits ate to produce the droppings.
Manna from heaven? God likes to keep pet rabbits?
Okay, back to square one
Now if you found jelly beans in the pre-cambrian, that would definitely be evidence of an intelligent designer.
Is it a caper? No, it's a rat turd!
Well, the Cambrian is a little early for street theatre, so let's call it a street caper.
–verb (used without object)
1. to leap or skip about in a sprightly manner; prance; frisk; gambol.
2. a playful leap or skip.
3. a prank or trick; harebrained escapade.
4. a frivolous, carefree episode or activity.
Which came first: the shimmy, or the hip?
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