Re: Skull in Boulder images
John Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 11 Nov 1996 22:23:18 GMT
Ed Conrad (email@example.com) wrote:
: firstname.lastname@example.org (Scott Begg) wrote:
: >Strange... And how could a comparatively fragile bony structure like a
: >human skull become fossilized in a SOLID BOULDER without being filled
: >or rendered solid itself?
: Strange, Scotty, but not THAT unusual!
: Remember, if you will, that, after all, human skulls often commence
: the intriguing -- and oftimes time-consuming -- process of
: fossilization when, because of adamant refusal to use common sense, a
: certain amount of cloggage develops near the Gandulae Pacchioni (also
: known as the Arachnoid Villi) due to the growth of miniscule kidney
: bean-shaped siderite microrganisms, purplish-green in color and just
: awful to view under the miscroscope, thus causing the Ascending
: Frontal Convolution to disengage ever so slightly from the Superior
: Frontal Convalution and the Middle Frontal Convalution (sort of like a
: band member marching out of step during the halftime show), thus
: triggering a revolting development that results in gradual but
: eventual total disengagement of various integral functions of the left
: hemisphere of the brain that, in turns, causes or induces memory loss,
: twinkle toes. premature balding and quite often diarrhea.
: For crying out loud, Scotty, how the hell do I know?
: Ask Macrae and Myers. They seem to have al the answers.
Well, well, another fool for the killfile. I hop you and Elligawhosits
A_A No combat ready unit has ever passed inspection.
John Davis (o o)
~ Murphy's Laws of Combat