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ankle biting jib rats

alexd

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Now that the big-party rave scene has vanished so have all the ankle biters - the floor people... I wonder where they all went...(?)
 
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LivingRoomPornstar

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They've all been recruited as Jehovah's witnesses.

Who else would you recruit to harass so many people?

So instead of soliciting you for methamphetamines, they're soliciting you to support their little cult.


Dan
PS-no offence.:)
 
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Originally posted by PinkAngeL
they were alive and messed up at the London party I went to a couple of weeks ago

Question answered:

They migrate.

From the Ministry of south for the winter, north in the summer

Prime Minister Highsteppa
 

seeker

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i never really thought about it before. it was obvious that some of those people were into the 'trendiness' of raving, and taking drugs. but what happens when the trend moves on, but you're stuck with a meth addiction?

things that make you go hmmmmmmm......
 

Syntax Error

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Originally posted by PaRtYKiD


indeed they have. back to the suburbs from wherest they crawled.

PaRtYKiD
Corey

i thought they came from buffalo? with all the fires in tonawanda they're used to crawling around on the floor. it's a safety precaution!
 
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We could hunt them down with tranquilizer rifles and helicopters. Tag them with some microchip ear thingamabob and study their migration patterns. Just like they do on the nature channels. That would be wicked! Could you imagine the dazed little floor dwellers walking around with this huge electronic device hanging off their ear and the number 15 spray painted onto their back?

From the Ministry of much needed research.

Prime Minister Highsteppa
 

PosTMOd

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Originally posted by el presidente Highsteppa
We could hunt them down with tranquilizer rifles and helicopters.

Problem is, you do that once, you'll have them following you around trying to get you to shoot them up again and again and again....

"Hey, here comes that guy or sumfin wid dah stuff dat gets me all fuct... ionno, let's get HiM tO sHOot uS Up, or suMfin"
 

noahmintz

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There was a bunch of them at BitterSweet
I remember during DJ Dan's set trying to get closer to the stage ... and BAM walked onto a whole group of floor people all spread out right in the middle of the dance floor
I'd honestly like to know if they actually think they aren't pissing anyone off

stu
 
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Originally posted by PosTMOd


Problem is, you do that once, you'll have them following you around trying to get you to shoot them up again and again and again....

"Hey, here comes that guy or sumfin wid dah stuff dat gets me all fuct... ionno, let's get HiM tO sHOot uS Up, or suMfin"

But that in itself I find would be the advantage of the research. Your subjects would start coming to you, and you could charge for the use of the tranq rifle. Hence, funding your own research and free of burden of Government grants. :)

From the Ministry of perpetual motion machine, but on a research level

Prime Minister Highsteppa
 

Fir3start3r

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I was always kind of thinking they were the "People under the Stairs" type....

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Jazz

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they're probably still lieing on the floor somewhere, most likely in a crack house or a dumpster....
 
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alexd

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They just discovered a fossilized one in China:

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PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania (CNN) -- A 5-inch-long creature that looked more like a mouse than a man may be the earliest known member of the mammal group that includes humans, according to U.S. and Chinese scientists who have studied fossilized remains of the animal.

The fossil, resembling a contemporary tree shrew, is believed to be 125 million years old. It was unearthed in China in 2000. Experts believe this early mammal, which weighed less than a pound, had long claws, lived in bushes and ate insects, much like modern, squirrel-like shrews. However, unlike its modern counterparts, the ancient animal had the additional task of dodging carnivorous dinosaurs.

Scientists say this is the earliest known placental mammal, the type dominant today. In placental mammals, babies grow and are nourished inside the mother's body through an organ known as the placenta.

Today, there are about 4,000 kinds of placental mammals, ranging from humans, to dogs, cats, whales and bats.

Dr. Qiang Ji of the Chinese Academy of Natural History and researchers from Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Natural History describe the fossil in this week's edition of the British journal Nature.

The fossil find is important because scientists who study human evolution are interested in learning how such early ancestors developed and eventually turned into other species.

Two other mammal types still survive -- marsupials, such as wallabys, kangaroos and opossums, whose offspring develop in pouches, and monotremes, which lay eggs. Only three monotremes still exist -- the duck-billed platypus and two species of spiny anteaters.

Researchers named the animal found in China Eomaia scansoria. Eomaia is Greek for "ankle-biting," and scansoria is Latin for "jib-rat." They say the fossil is unusually well-preserved.
 

smilez

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by jungleboy
...all on the Tribe board pretending it was not them three years ago...

...and I know some of you....

hehe

I do have a question, lieing on the floor? Never scene it.

thanks,
smilez
 
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