Shaws Snow day Silliness and Southie Sense of humor Thread

OhZark Biddies

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I like that one way better than the last few Ray selections.

you get uncomfortable watching a ‘magic mike’ squirrel, so we can’t trust your judgment on “art”...

but I did find some scientific support for your ‘southie’ map today ... this is the glacial coverage of previous couple ice ages... seems to line up pretty well with your map... give or take 🤔

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you get uncomfortable watching a ‘magic mike’ squirrel, so we can’t trust your judgment on “art”...

but I did find some scientific support for your ‘southie’ map today ... this is the glacial coverage of previous couple ice ages... seems to line up pretty well with your map... give or take 🤔

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The ice went a tad too far south.
 

duluthralphie

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Well... those were different epochs, I suspect ice was different back then, more innocent, less fragile... I blame the mastodons

I think it was the Neanderthals, they insisted on burning wood and mammoth poop for food preparation and heating their dwellings. Which released copious amounts of CO2 which caused the glaciers to melt. They cared more about their own comfort than the environment!
 

OhZark Biddies

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I think it was the Neanderthals, they insisted on burning wood and mammoth poop for food preparation and heating their dwellings. Which released copious amounts of CO2 which caused the glaciers to melt. They cared more about their own comfort than the environment!

I was trying to have a serious scientific conversation, but if you’re just gonna recite Garth Brooks lyrics at me, I’m gonna go chat in the brazier incubation thread 🙄
 

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I think it was the Neanderthals, they insisted on burning wood and mammoth poop for food preparation and heating their dwellings. Which released copious amounts of CO2 which caused the glaciers to melt. They cared more about their own comfort than the environment!
FIRE..... BAAAD!!!
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