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Grognor September 13, 2007 00:08
First comment: 4 April, 2007 1161 comments written
Silliness is the spice of life!
Grognor September 13, 2007 00:10
First comment: 4 April, 2007 1161 comments written
Wait what the hell? I commented at six o clock and it posted to the wrong strip! I thought it updated at midnight, damnit.
Mantar September 13, 2007 17:47
First comment: 17 June, 2004 197 comments written
Snow ApeThe most highly evolved of all the primates, as shown by
all their anatomical characters and particularly the
development of the brain. Both arboreal and terrestrial,
the apes have the forelimbs much better developed than
the hind limbs. Tail entirely absent. Growth is slow
and sexual maturity reached at quite an advanced age.
[ A Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa by Dorst ]

Aldo the gorilla had a plan. It was a good plan. It was
right. He knew it. He smacked his lips in anticipation as
he thought of it. Yes. Apes should be strong. Apes should
be masters. Apes should be proud. Apes should make the
Earth shake when they walked. Apes should _rule_ the Earth.
        [ Battle for the Planet of the Apes,
                by David Gerrold ]

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and the Seven Dwarfs? Prince Charming would have to have been really drunk to propose to a YetiThe Abominable Snowman, or yeti, is one of the truly great
unknown animals of the twentieth century. It is a large hairy
biped that lives in the Himalayan region of Asia ... The story
of the Abominable Snowman is filled with mysteries great and
small, and one of the most difficult of all is how it got that
awful name. The creature is neither particularly abominable,
nor does it necessarily live in the snows. _Yeti_ is a Tibetan
word which may apply either to a real, but unknown animal of
the Himalayas, or to a mountain spirit or demon -- no one is
quite sure which. And after nearly half a century in which
Westerners have trampled around looking for the yeti, and
asking all sorts of questions, the original native traditions
concerning the creature have become even more muddled and
confused.
        [ The Encyclopedia of Monsters, by Daniel Cohen ]

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Antheridium September 14, 2007 04:44
First comment: 17 May, 2007 442 comments written
I hope I don't get it.
Is it just that a yetiThe Abominable Snowman, or yeti, is one of the truly great
unknown animals of the twentieth century. It is a large hairy
biped that lives in the Himalayan region of Asia ... The story
of the Abominable Snowman is filled with mysteries great and
small, and one of the most difficult of all is how it got that
awful name. The creature is neither particularly abominable,
nor does it necessarily live in the snows. _Yeti_ is a Tibetan
word which may apply either to a real, but unknown animal of
the Himalayas, or to a mountain spirit or demon -- no one is
quite sure which. And after nearly half a century in which
Westerners have trampled around looking for the yeti, and
asking all sorts of questions, the original native traditions
concerning the creature have become even more muddled and
confused.
        [ The Encyclopedia of Monsters, by Daniel Cohen ]

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would look "snow white"?
Fathead September 18, 2007 17:06
First comment: 1 April, 2006 1136 comments written
I didn't expect that either!
Quint Sakugarne January 3, 2008 22:09
First comment: 1 January, 2008 233 comments written
Nobody expects the YetiThe Abominable Snowman, or yeti, is one of the truly great
unknown animals of the twentieth century. It is a large hairy
biped that lives in the Himalayan region of Asia ... The story
of the Abominable Snowman is filled with mysteries great and
small, and one of the most difficult of all is how it got that
awful name. The creature is neither particularly abominable,
nor does it necessarily live in the snows. _Yeti_ is a Tibetan
word which may apply either to a real, but unknown animal of
the Himalayas, or to a mountain spirit or demon -- no one is
quite sure which. And after nearly half a century in which
Westerners have trampled around looking for the yeti, and
asking all sorts of questions, the original native traditions
concerning the creature have become even more muddled and
confused.
        [ The Encyclopedia of Monsters, by Daniel Cohen ]

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Copyright (c) 1994 by Boudewijn Wayers
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Inquisition!

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