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October 06, 2021

WE'VE SEEN THIS MOVIE, AND IT DOES NOT END WELL

Arizona monsoon causes dormant eggs of three-eyed "prehistoric shrimp" to hatch

(Thanks to The Perts)

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Soon to be a major motion picture starring Annette Funicello and Ricky Nelson.

Will it be filmed in 3-D crossing the road, and will we ever know which came first, the shrimp, the egg, or the chicken?

A jar of cocktail sauce will resolve the issue.

Somebody will remake "Tremors" after hearing about this.

The three-eyed prehistoric shrimp that are found at the Trinity site in White Sands, New Mexico where the first atomic bomb was tested are feared to have mutated due to radiation. At first it was rabbits and chickens that disappeared. Then, sheep and a few cattle turned up missing. It could just be chupacabras, then again maybe not. Government agencies tell us they and watching the situation, but many of us believe they are cultivating a new sort of military weapon. With the government in charge, what could possibly go wrong?

Tadpole shrimp? Nah, those are sea monkeys!
(Technically brine shrimp)

My Godkids had an tank of them, and they had spawned many generations (The sea monkeys, not the Godkids).

And then, one sad day, Sea Monkey Revelations 5:5 came to pass: "And lo! The end of the world shall appear as an errant Nerf ball, propelled by a 7-year old with bad aim."

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