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October 29, 2011

OR IF THEY DEVELOPED TINY NUCLEAR WEAPONS

SAN LUIS VALLEY — If aphids measured more than a quarter of an inch and had a pair of thumbs, the Valley’s human population would not have survived summer 2011.

(Thanks to Claire Martin)

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This story would make a great Stephen King book.

And if the little frog didn't have his legs set so far back, he wouldn't bump his ass every time he jumps.

At least they didn't team up with squirrels.

“Aphids of all kinds were a lot worse this year,” Agro Engineering Bio-Ag Consultant Jeannine Willett said. “What made this year worse was mostly last fall because whenever you have a really nice warm fall and winter the aphids are able to lay more eggs.”

And I was optomistic even the strongest OWSer's would freeze out and go home by mid winter.

And, as Dave Barry has reminded us, if your aunt had testicles, she'd be your uncle.

SAN LUIS VALLEY — If aphids measured more than a quarter of an inch and had a pair of thumbs, the Valley’s human population would not have survived summer 2011.

OK then! If elephants could fly we would need heavier umbrellas.

If monkeys flew out of my butt, Dorothy would have run faster.

There is a little game called "What If..." that no one ever wins, so make your game "If I Could Only..." to dream good things at night.

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