I wonder what “arty souvenir evolution erasers” will look like in
400 million years.
… a bit longer I suppose
… and maybe more expensive.
note: erasers don’t work for most of my mistakes.
double note: crocodiles and alligators are pretty lazy.
what I’m listening to now #48: Fatboy Slim “Right Here, Right Now“.
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Evolution sounds fishy.
note: I’m an evolutionist, but I haven’t evolved even a little bit during my lifetime. What gives?
double note: there might be a Mick Jagger joke in here somewhere.
Today # 366
Today smelled like watermelotion.
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What type of ape did trees evolve from?
note: are there “tree family trees“?
double note: is there a treehouse shortage for short ages these days?
triple note: if I could be any tree, I’d want to be a “trikor tree” … they seem to be popular with kids on Halloween.
quadruple note: I feel sorry for trees. They have to go through winter without all their clothes on.
notes to myself #32
When you are 9, do not do the Evil Knievel jump on your pedal bike with that big oak tree only 5 meters from your landing zone.
(I know it’s really Evel Knievel, but that doesn’t sound dangerous enough)
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As I watched the object slowly appear to get larger and larger; I stood transfixed, mesmerized, and lost in thought about how “depth perception” was an amazing process of eye and brain working together in perfect unison.
How long did it take humans to develop such an incredible ability?
I was pondering this question searching for the answer …
And then it hit me!
note: never play baseball with an eye patch.
double note: photo taken at the Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia.
triple note: I’m not that small really … it’s your depth perception messing with you.
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