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May 28, 2010


About 15,000 snakes were spotted slithering along a road near a village in northern Beijing this week in what local authorities said may have been part of a Buddhist ceremony...

(Thanks to W. von Papineau)


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What could go wrong?

send 'em to wash.. er, no. send 'em to wherever those frogs were yesterday. (flonk)

Right mudstuffin. Word has it they were hungry for Greek frogs.

I knew a guy who was half French and half Greek. He called himself a Freek.

Calling Mr. Jackson! Mr. Samuel L. Jackson, to the front desk stat.

I have it on good authority that this was caused by irresponsible dwonk filing, er, flike dowling dwile flonking.

This is exactly why I'm Catholic.

Why did it have to be snakes . . .

*wonders if Yang Fuwu ever has his name mispelled as Fuyu Wang*

And nursecindy, some of our (Catholic) traditions are almost as weird. Although dwile flonking is limited to the priests.

Hunh. I didn't know snakes were religious. I guess I should have. They go to services in Kentucky all the time.

And some nuns, Layzee. NTTAWWT. (or maybe there is)

I would take whatever religion was immediately available if I were crossing THAT street.

No need to panic. It's just Congress recessing for the Holiday weekend.

It was a " Slither for the Cure " event.

I hear there are some rather reptilian priests.

Must be Buddhisssssssts.

Many snakes are canabalistic, eat their own species. Others diets are mostly snakes of other species(King Cobra, Coral snakes..) This would not be a scene for children.

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