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Thursday, December 23, 2004

I learned the importance of genealogy from my Mormon blogging influences.


Fossilized Ancestor of BabyBlog.
This fine specimen emerged from the same geographical region many many years ago.
Take a guess. I think my little Blogerella has the same "nose" on her.

7 Comments:

At 10:05 PM, Blogger Closet Metro said...

Is that what I think it is? Ewww.

 
At 11:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh mi god. Is that fosilized Mormon poop?

Holy Crap!

Amanda B.

 
At 11:58 PM, Blogger Closet Metro said...

Hey, if you were a "sphincter operator" yesterday, and now you're a "Schrodinger's Cat operator" today, does that mean that Schrodinger's Cat is a sphincter?

BTW - great links (as always).

Sleepy Metro

 
At 12:01 AM, Blogger Girl.A said...

Well, I don't know about the Mormon-ness of the poop but yes, it is fossilized human shite.

Ok so ancestor is kind of a misnomer for my bloggy baby girl... it's kind of like the story of the mule. A horse and a donkey make a mule. Mules are sterile. they make the perfect guard for horse and ass harems.

Shit can't breed more shit. Shit is not an initiating energy in the universe - it is only an end product.

So you might say the shite is like ceramics also made by humans a long fuckin time ago. We used to make urns and now we make ceramic tiles that can withstand the 3,000 degree heat of re-entry....

 
At 12:05 AM, Blogger Girl.A said...

hmmm Sleepy Metro
The sphincter in your analogy with Shrodinger's cat would be the human view of probability and quantum physics. We only see what we can handle. We only shite what we can handle.

 
At 12:49 AM, Blogger Fish said...

I don't know nothin bout no fossilized humans, but i do know that my poop is WAY more than three inches long, even after it's beeb parked for a coupla hours.

 
At 8:34 AM, Blogger Girl.A said...

P.S. I am not Mormon and Baby Blogalupagus sure as hell aint to Mormon. I've juet been influenced by Mormon bloggers to believe that it is important to know your genealogy. I'm working on Blogalupagus' family tree now - and will post when it is ready.

 

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