Re: MOST IMPORTANT FOSSIL (A human skull as old as coal!)
Triple Quadrophenic (Frank_Hollisemail@example.com)
11 Nov 1996 11:14:20 GMT
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com (Peter Stephen
Thomas III) says...
>OX-11 (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
>: therre is an even more interesting fossil -- in the upper rio grands
>: valley of new mexico, there is the imprint of a bare human female
>: in a sandstone outcropping that is around 10 -60 million years old. The
>: girl was walking and tripped. seh overcorrected by extending her foot and
>: made the imprint in the once soft mud of the riverbank. It left a deep
>: impression clearly visible. You can even see the potho;e she stepped
>: into, and the splash marks extending out from it.....
>Please explain in detail how it is possible to determine the sex of a
>being from a single foot print.
>Also please explain how you came to the conclusion about her acrobatics at
>the time this foot print was made. You speak as if you have video or film
>of her preforming this act.
Curses - discovered.
It's a little known fact that, just next to the footprints, a fossilized TV
and VCR were discovered. On top of the VCR was a fossilized edition of TV
Times that includes the folloving information -
Monday 20th September 23,000,013 BC.
17:40 - The Cook Report BCTV
Roger Cook investigates the terrible states of stream beds today and follows
the court case of a young girl as she attempts to sue the village elders
after tripping in a potho;e.
This has been kept quite by the government due to pressure from the TV
companies who are using the ideas in the magazine for their programmes.
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Frank J Hollis, Mass Spectroscopy, SmithKline Beecham, Welwyn, UK
Frank_Hollisemail@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
These opinions have not been passed by seven committes, eleven
sub-committees, six STP working parties and a continuous improvement
team. So there's no way they could be the opinions of my employer.