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February 21, 2007

Break out your game paddles people...

Ever since we got married Caleb has taken over the role of Driver. I used to drive all the time. Now? Not so much. At least when we're together. And since I'm not driving I take the opportunity to totally monopolize Cabe's Blackberry. Usually Cabe gets bored of the silence and begs me to read him the headlines on MSNBC, or CNN, or AFL, or NADA, or ZILCH, or...you know. News stuff. He likes news.

Today I was driving though, I insisted, and we ran across an INSANE article. I nearly ran us off the road thinking about it.

So this Florida teenager's walkin' around and finds some bones. Big bones. They turned out to be mammoth tusks. A big 'ole mammoth tooth just chillin' on the ground. They (who IS "they" anyway?!) sent some experts to check out the site and they uncovered PILES of bones. The place was a veritable graveyard of extinct animals.

"Paleontology and archaeology experts have confirmed the find, and recent digging at the site has turned up teeth and bones from a second mammoth, giant sloths, camels, turtles with shells up to 6-feet-long, saber-toothed cats and giant armadillos the size of Volkswagen Beetles."

......................uh.......................


6 foot long TURTLES?! Armadillos the size of CARS?! Are you KIDDING me?!?! My Dad's six feet tall. He could be a turtle.

It's like "Big World" on Mario Brothers.

"Big World" was always my favorite level.

2 comments:

Em said...

Personally, I'm more of a "sky world" or "water world" that is, when Mario had on his frog suit, kinda girl.

Can you imagine if you were the one to find those bones? I find it kinda suspicious thought that they were all found in the same place. I wonder if it's a hoax? (I'm so untrusting of the media! :))

KimbaLee said...

That was my exact thought as well, and I should have mentioned it in my post but...eh. :) They think that they were possibly all swept down in some big...flood / river type thing. They're "analyzing" the soil to find that out. Don't ask me how you would know if it was a flood or not by the soil. Cause I haven't a clue... :)