|Binro the Heretic - 2016-02-17 |
The way this guy talks makes me feel like I've been slapped with a big foam finger soaked in vinegar and sugar.
|Anaxagoras - 2016-02-17 |
"When they first saw these insects, they of course wanted to start a breeding program."
Yes, that's where my thoughts usually go when I see insects as well. Nothing gets me going like hot beetle-on-grasshopper action. Or, if you're really into the kink, a threeway between 2 soldier ants and an arachnid. Oooh yeah. Rub that pedipalp, baby.
|Oscar Wildcat - 2016-02-17 |
What, you prefer rats to tree dwelling miniature lobsters?
|Tycho - 2016-02-17 |
A few of years ago, POETV suffered an outage that appeared to be fatal. After a few days and the seriousness of the situation dawned on us there were, of course, versions of doomsday scenarios played out by posters. Panic, dark confessions, undying love revealed, and a lot of poop ascii characters. In the midst of it all I recall someone comparing POETV and its denizens to the giant stick insects on Ball's Pyramid. For some reason I found that description to be extremely touching and it has stuck with me. When things settled down and it turned out to be a server rebuild I finally got my account set up after lurking since POE-RED.
Minus one star because of the voice, described perfectly by Binro.
Also, this link (provided during the scare, look for an extra space)
|Sputum - 2016-02-17 |
I've always wondered about this sort of thing. How does a terrestrial creature get from one island to another?
Does this suggest there was a land bridge at one point?
you could try using your imagination...
how could a relatively small insect go from one tropical island to another without swimming?
Binro the Heretic
Storms can sweep living animals and debris into the water. The animals sometimes manage to climb on clusters of floating debris that eventually fetches up on another shore.
This is a proven bit of science that's been lately coopted by creationists to explain how animals repopulated the whole of earth after the great flood.
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