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October 15, 2018


But it has something to do with hot pink dinosaurs.

(Thanks to funny man)


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Brocks added that the discovery was “not just the coolness of having old, pink stuff”, but also helped to solve a “very major puzzle about life” – why large, complex creatures appeared so late in the Earth’s history.
I have a feeling he got picked on a lot in school.

“I remember I heard this screaming in the lab,” he said.

Like that scene in YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN when Peter Boyle sings?

Hot pink! The dinosaurs were flashy or fleshy?

As you may recall, Dino was originally pink...

Someone's parents must be so proud... they pay $100K to put little Johnny through graduate school, and he uses that huge educational investment to find out that this microscopic molecule that only existed a billion years ago was... pink.

Cyanobacteria are a hot subject for study right now. They are responsible for "algae" blooms that produce a variety of toxins, including neurotoxins linked to neurodegenerative diseases including ALS, Parkinson's Disease and Alzheimer's Disease. Some of these cyanobacteria are capable of becoming airborne, posing an inhalation threat as well.

Somebody has been watching way too much Di$neyChannel.

Agree with Ron G; they should have skipped the lab stuff, and gone directly to the nearest shopping mall, where a quick perusal of the apparel available for sale for girl children between the ages of 6 and 13 would have proven conclusively that the mother of all colors is, indeed, hot pink...

Thanks to Brock's discovery, we now know the first colorizing agent used in kilts.

You mean Barney's not for real?

Barney is what happens a couple of generations after pinks and blues mate.

This guy deserves the No Bell prize.

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