kingarthur - 2009-10-18 The devolution of homo sapiens americanus.
CaptainJesusHood - 2009-10-18 When the first frozen remains of these ancient creatures were discovered on Sol-3, early paleontologists had little infomation to go on and made countless errors. Once thought clumsy and slow-moving, the species is now known to have been quite agile despite their hefty bulk.
Keefu - 2009-10-18 It looks like all four feet didn't come off at the same time, so I'm gonna win this bet.
JimL2 - 2009-10-18 If this is what Stanford had seen upon developing the photos, nobody would have ever tried to film motion again.
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-10-18 Imagine sweeping a flashlight over a dark field on a moonless night and seeing a herd of these silently running running in circles.
Doctor Arcane - 2009-10-18 I'd be scared shitless. But I dont think they are silent. They making grunting noises and you can hear their fat flaps jiggle. It lets you know they're coming.
Comatose2 - 2009-10-18 He has seriously underestimated the amount of fat jiggle that would occur. To wit:
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Jack Dalton - 2009-10-18 Mr. Benoit's Rubenesque style artwork is captivating and mesmerizing.
See the Fat Man Eats Tiny Fat Man exhibit on his webpage.
twinkieafternoon - 2009-10-18 Benoit? Isn't he that murdering pro wrestler guy? I heard he was innocent after all!