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July 23, 2013

OBVIOUSLY SCIENTISTS DON'T GO TO THE MOVIES

Meet Yuka, the 39,000-year-old mummified woolly mammoth scientists want to clone

(Thanks to Jeffrey Brown)

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At last, a mate for Edgar.

I assume they have seen Encino Man, though.

Great. Huronian park. Are there any fuzzy ice age raptors around too?

Wasn't that the plot of "Ice Age 4: Direct To DVD"?

I bet a few of these woolies are going to end up in Flathead Co. Then the calls to the police: "There's an elephant with some kind of coat on trampling my outhouse..."

Dave, it's a glorified elephant. It rampages, and we shoot it for ivory. I don't see the problem.

FredKey,

Are there any fuzzy ice age raptors around too?

Sabre-toothed cats? Could be fun!

Or the news. She died last week. She was an anti-semite anyway.

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