not my own. Which, may I say, I am much relieved they are not. Here, see for yourself the horrors of the Easter Bunny....
^Are those early Doctor Who villains???^
^'You will listen and obey....listen and obey....listen and obey....'^
^I don't even want to know what's going on there^ :\
^'I am from the planet Lepus, give me all your children!'^
Believe me, I'd be crying, too!
Those last two look like they have windowless vans *rolls eyes* full of candy....and puppies.
As if those weren't enough to scare the Easter bejesus out of you, here's some horrorday music....
Here's a film-..
and the reason Christians everywhere celebrate....
just a limited amount of combinations in the gene pool?
Sooner of later you're bound to get near, if not exact, duplicates.
If you go back far enough, wouldn't we all have closely related ancestry at some point? And perhaps, if it wasn't for inter-archaic species (as in Homo neanderthalis and Homo sapiens) relations, and inbreeding, we may not be as wide a variety?
Scientists Think These Skulls May Be New Human Ancestor
Two fossils combine early human, Neanderthal features
Such a talented lady!
I love the sound of a harp, as well as that of bagpipes, well, all instruments for that matter!
My dad had a trombone when I was little and let me march around the yard playing it, well, if you could call it playing, more like the mating call of an elephant! :)
Loving this! I have a musical saw, but don't play very well. It's really a difficult instrument to play. Messed up my violin bow when practicing.
I LOVE musical instruments even though I don't read music (play by ear), and don't play any one very well. Except guitar. And I don't do too bad with harmonica, recorder, tin whistle and ocarina. I'd love to get a pan flute.
I've often wondered this. I'm glad it's been cleared up. I've known some Dicks, I 'spose everyone has. Of one sort or another. :| Hmm, I wonder if that is how the word 'dictator' came about?
It's world bee day! Yay!
A little bee info-
Wasps were actually the ancestors of bees.
There are nearly 20,000 known species of bees in general, only seven species are recognized as honey bees, though there are a total of 44 subspecies in that group.
Honey bees (which, btw, are not native to North America, they were introduced by European settlers, in fact, the Native Americans called them 'white man's flies') are like fuzzy little flying kittens. That sting. Then die. Unable to pull their barbed stinger out. Leaving stinger AND part of it's abdomen AND it's digestive tract AND muscles AND nerves in you. :| (Honey bees are the only species of bee to die after stinging. Um, yes, kinda like bee seppuku.)
Um, since bees help plants pollinate, because, obviously plants need help from insects, certain birds, the wind, things brushing up against them, etc. to propagate, so why is sex referred to as 'the birds and the bees'? Where do the birds tie into this scenario?
Sounds like those bees were an aggravated swarm! Definitely felt it, though.
K, so if you don't have an orchestra, you can make one of these instead-
Maybe instead of leaving it a stark white index card, draw a bee on it!
I made one several years ago. The sound and movement drove my cat crazy.
And on a serious note-
Sausage Party? A movie full or puns and innuendos, what's not to like?
Um, ya gotta eat, right?
'Holy chimerachangas, Batman!' he cried in disbelief.
'So you don't think it's marvel-ous, Deadpool?'
'You, my compadre, could actually become a real bat+man someday! DC where I'm going with this?'
(hehehe, yes, I know that last one was a stretch, hey, I'm only human...for now....and I just thought of something, Brits from certain area may call him Deadpoo :)
Ethics vs Science, where does one draw the line? We are learning all the time that animals are more 'human' than we imagined.
^My vision may not be that far-fetched!'^
Guess it wasn't all that unique after doing a google search. In fact, Beauty's Beast was rather boarish. Of course, mine is more a rockabilly pig, just look at that pomp! Perhaps next I will breed a rooster with a goat and create a cockabilly!
OK, how about mixing these with human cells?
'Actually, perhaps crossing human and tardigrade cells could help us survive in space? (Picturing what it would look like in my head....)
Or crossing, maybe, human with crab, limbs could be regrown?
But not like in the video below, though...and all because a little butt-chinned boy drew nipples on his carapace while he slept...tsk tsk...
(It's from a really superepic anime/manga series called One-Punch Man'. Look it up, it's worth your time [as is 'Mob Psycho 100' from the same writer]!)
Or possibly with a starfish instead, which can also grow new arms. The only drawback there would be if things got a little zealously cellular and one acquired more than just the ability to regrow limbs, like if you'd have to throw-up your stomach to eat...yeah, that would pose a problemo....picturing it now at, say, Olive Garden and in the booth next to me....yeah...um....
Alright, let's wash all that from our brains with something light now, K?
Still thinking about the cell crossing. I'm sure furries would be very excited about this. Dang, I am too! *currently thinking what I would have wanted my cells crossed with*
So you want to be a Viking? I mean, yeah, who doesn't?
Sorry, it's just not the same without the pillaging and slaughter :(
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Part Werner, part Herzogadon....his last name would make for a very interesting Pokemon!
Actually, I think it may be a compilation of different Herzog interviews...it even touches on his abhorrence of chickens :)
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I would love to have a house like his! It's absolutely wonderful!!!
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Ah, where to begin...