Thought Roulette

The Anthropological Study of the “Punch It In” Male

Posted in General by tk on December 24, 2010

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  1. newtsohn said, on December 25, 2010 at 7:57 pm

    Right to left: Tom, Jim, TK, Gib. Far left: Court Jester circa Middle Ages, Scottish Highlands A’ Ghàidhealtachd , clan Rusle. Knuckle dragger: Australopithecus africanus rusalitis, 1,776,000 B.C.

  2. newtsohn said, on December 26, 2010 at 4:25 am

    Dr. E is not represented here for the following reason: It was his good fortune to inherit an anomalous witty-bitty chunk of DNA carried by very few living homo sapiens, no matter the tree or branch. Leading experts have isolated and named it: Bipedalaustralopithecus miklasicusruss de bonus climbus acceleratious maximus. In 2005, chemists at the University of California, Riverside developed the first bipedal molecule, 9,10-Dithioanthracene, which propels itself in a straight line when heated. Those few living humans who carry this molecule as an adjunctive qualifier of their core DNA are assumed by scientists to actually be ‘off the chart.’ They are so far ahead of top-end non-dualized homo sapien metaphisicii as represented by ‘Tom’ in the graphic, it would promote a misimpression were miklasicusruss set just forward of Tom. In order even to approximate an accurate grasp of the extraordinary and unique qualities of miklasicusruss, super-secret experts now assert one would have to place him at minimum 44 inches to the right of Tom on this graphic. And by some mystery yet to be unpacked, the gap continues to grow year to year.

    • newtsohn said, on May 14, 2011 at 11:42 pm

      The mystery unpacked itself January 10, 2011.


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