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January 20, 2006


(Thanks to Candy Tutt)


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What's wrong with these people? Didn't they see "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were Rabbit"?

*googles for 'do-it-yourself bunker'*

In a handbasket I tellya!

sorry, I have nothing to contribute, just wanted to be first.

And we can all look forward to scenes like this.

Thanx God there are Angels on this blog!Please watch over us and protect us from the evil bunny-baby-cloners. Dont know about the rest of y'all, but I dont see any good coming out of this... We human males have a hard enough time controlling our - ummm - "urges" as it is. Add a bit of Rabbit into the soup and ZOWIE!!

If this is serious and not a scam or joke, I have some serious issues with it. And then there's the whole hassenpheffer/cannabalism issue to deal with.

At last, Hugh Hefner's dream is becoming a reality!

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At least they won't develop into "living animals," only blobs of cells.


I failed my HTML test. Again. argh.

How does one do strikethrough text her in comment land?

Key missing quote from story:

"Be vewy qwuiet; I am cloning wabbits."

"Hey guys, where are we going? And why are we in this handbasket?"

Too late, guys...they're already living among us -
pit bull chicken

If we're not supposed to eat animals, then why are they made of meat?

Hm, this may raise some ethical questions in light of this whole "human bunny" thing

Andrew, it looks like this software is not recognizing -strike- , -s- , or -del-.

We seem to be out of luck.

By the way, you can hit the Preview button instead of the Post button if you just want to see your coding without having to post it to the main group.

really? i've NEVER gotten the preview thing to work since we've been on typepad.

Hmm! Works for me. Weird. It might be a browser-dependent thing. Far too many features are.

this is inhuman!

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I just hate it when I show off

The new research project has been code named " Harvey ".

Okay, Sly. Now you have to fess up on the code. You can email me if you don't want to public post it. (We probably don't need EVERYBODY fancy formatting their posts, just us special types!

"motor neuron disease" = "ALS"="Lou Gehrig's disease"

"Doctor, the new cells in that Petri dish are multiplying like, well, something incredibly fertile!"

I think I saw Motor Neuron Disease in concert.

Ceeg22 -- It's not inhuman. Only PART Human.

Sly - How did you do that?

Back to the topic: hell, I'm already half-rabbit. After 7 seconds of mating, I scream and fall over too.

It's the best 7 seconds of my life, though.

arrghhh. mere minutes too late, insom stole my line!

Ken --- LMAOROF "Rat Mutant" video!!!!!

ewwww! tastes like chicken...

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Ken, I agree. I think it must be browser-dependent. Maybe co-dependent.

I copied-and-pasted the code from Sly's comment, via viewing the source code for this page. And then I previewed it. No strikethrough.



Insomniac --
ALS is one type. So are Myasthenia Gravis and Muscular Dystrophy. The diseases end up being sufficiently related that when a drug or treatment doesn't work on one, the researchers try it on the others.

Thankfully the money sent for "Jerry's Kids" saved my Dad back in 1986 when his relapse for MG didn't respond to known treatments.

I'll tell him to stop screaming at the rabbits in the back yard, especially since in the near future they just might be relatives.

My sister said the Easter Bunny was a lie, and here I read there are so such things as Bunny Eggs.

Easter Bunny? I thought it was the Easter Iguana. After he delivers the eggs, he becomes the main ingredient in soup.

Lairbo - *snork*

Hmmm. In my experience in science very few of these chimeric animal models actually translate to human treatments. Sounds like a nice waste of money to me.

This might be a good time to say, "Be afraid. Be very afraid!"

... um ... well, if we can expect to see a hybrid creature that is some portion human and the rest rabbit, what might be next?

Why, people might even start to think they could have s3x with animals!

Like ... sheep, for instance ... and

Oh ... um ... nevermind ...

"Be vewy quiet, I'm hunting wabbits, er chimewas!" So what's acceptable if you see one of these bunnyhumans running/hopping around? Can you stare? Write your congressman? Load a shotgun?

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