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Rob Beschizza at 10:44 pm Mon, Jul 23, 2012
“What do you think of my Owl, Mr. Deckard?”
“Is it real?”
”Must be expensive.”
“Not really, we made it out of puréed vermin.”
how are the cells nourished? or is this a “single-use” jellyfish?
To, in time, conquer us.
It might be an improvement especially if you split infinitives like that.
Are we speaking Latin? No. The split infinitive is a myth; people who know grammar laugh quietly at you when you get prissy about a rule that doesn’t exist.
And those familiar with both SedanChair (‘sed’ to his buds) and Wreckrob8 (too cool for a nick) smile at you.
I thought about that…then I DID IT ANYWAY BOOYAH
I’m claimin’ linguistic descriptivism up in this bitch
But you can’t now. And I’m prissy. Fucking hilarious!
Because it wasn’t there.
Attention getting apparatus and with it they show they can both control the rhythm the cells beat at and can dictate a shape.
Important steps in… say… attempting to try growing an actual heart.
Today, a jellyfish… soon, a giant telepathic squid with which to deceive the world about an alien invasion!
And then the world will finally know peace!
this is definitely a clear case of “SCIENCE!!!!!” at its bestworst.
“The process of evolution missed a lot of good solutions.”
I, for one, welcome ou I can’t even be bothered to finish writing th
Reminds of the people from the Bladerunner film who made artificial animals. Like the character played by the wonderful James Hong.