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     Thursday May 24 01:59 PM

Once again, a bunch of images that were good but JUST NOT GOOD ENOUGH.



I think this solid gold toilet was in Hong Kong. Yeah, they used to say the streets of America were paved with gold, but it wasn't true; and now, other countries have better things than streets paved with gold...



This seal was blocking the entrance to a shop. A good image, but I didn't write down where the shop was!



Just some funny turtles.



This beast is called a "takin". It lives in China.



This was a bison emergency but I don't know if it was part of the same emergency that produced the dead Mongolian bull.



Nanjing man, 500,000 years old, brought into question the idea that humans evolved mostly in Africa.



  Friday May 25 01:38 AM

re: Nanjing man

Is that the oldest bone sample, or are there ones in and around Mesopotamia/Persia that are older?

~Mike



  Friday May 25 07:49 AM

The shop i believe was in South Africa..=)
Some funny turtles?
Someone running short of material? lol
joke



  Friday May 25 07:57 AM

Oldest sample: I don't know!

Running out of material: naw, these are the rejected images. These I save, and then look at every day for a month, and finally say "Yeah, it's just not good enough..."



  Friday May 25 07:53 PM

*i'm jsut wondering about how easy it would be walk out with a toilet under your arm* lol
I"m suprised you don't have some security guy watching you do a shit coz if this is high quality gold, its soft as, jsut scrape with a knife every time you go.......



  Thursday Jun 7 08:32 PM

Re: re: Nanjing man

Quote:
Originally posted by Chewbaccus
Is that the oldest bone sample, or are there ones in and around Mesopotamia/Persia that are older?

~Mike
<p>Australopithecus anamensis (Lucy) was somewhere between 4.1 to 3.9 million years old. Lucy is one of the oldest known hominids to have walked upright, and she was found in Kenya.
<p>This skull is supposed to be evidence for the "multi-regional" theory of human evolution. Homo erectus evolved in Africa and supposedly migrated outward into the world around 1.5 million years ago. But there are 2 competing theories on how exactly Homo sapiens evolved from Homo erectus.
<p>One theory, "The Replacement Theory", says that Homo sapiens evolved in Africa and migrated to other regions around 400,000-125,000 years ago, replacing the less efficient Homo erectus that had migrated.
<p>Another theory, "The Multi-Regional Theory", says that Homo sapiens evolved from Homo erectus, but seperately in many different regions around the world.


treehugger  Thursday Oct 8 03:50 PM

Those turtles look like their chatting over coffee.



monster  Thursday Oct 8 04:36 PM

whoa ghostie post! nearly 8.5 years -is that a record?



Tawny  Thursday Oct 8 05:55 PM

Nothing like taking a dump in The Trump Toilet.



Crimson Ghost  Thursday Oct 8 11:09 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by monster View Post
whoa ghostie post! nearly 8.5 years -is that a record?
Huh?
What?


xoxoxoBruce  Friday Oct 9 01:59 AM

8 years, between post 6 and 7.



dar512  Friday Oct 9 10:13 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce View Post
8 years, between post 6 and 7.
Which is normally a sign of spam to come.


But not always.


xoxoxoBruce  Friday Oct 9 10:17 AM

Or someone that's interested enough to read the stirling repartee in archives.



Spexxvet  Saturday Oct 10 10:30 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Undertoad View Post
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"Why don't you like fun?" - Mr. Slowsky


SteveDallas  Saturday Oct 10 02:17 PM

"Goddammit Private Pyle!!"



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