OK then what about Lot's daughters? That one is very specific, and specifically relates to incest.
ElectricSteve writes "Astronomers in Hawaii have announced they've successfully managed to boot up the Pan-STARRS (Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System) telescope. Working from dusk to dawn every night, Pan-STARRS is able to map one-sixth of the sky each month, allowing astronomers to track all moving objects, calculate their orbits, and identify any potential threats to Earth. There are four Pan-STARRS cameras in total, each capable of capturing around 1.4 billion pixels over a sensor measuring 40 centimeters square. The focal plane of each camera contains an almost complete 64x64 array of CCD devices, each containing approximately 600x600 pixels, for a total resolution of 1.4 gigapixels."
Wilford Brimley! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pod4jIKT_kA
Sadly all the uproar did was make me realize that I had missed out on the expansion that came out (I bought it)
:( sorry internet.
they mostly come at night... mostly
Go into the BIOS setup, you can choose to activate the feature if you paid for the license, or deactivate a previously activated agent. Choosing disable removes the feature completely. it can NEVER come back. TFA is hype. If it is never enabled in the bios NOTHING is installed on windows.
Couldn't a guy with billions of dollars in unknown assets call for someone to break him out of prison and transport him to an island in the shape of a skull or spider where he could carry out more evil deeds with the rest of his billions?
susceptible to disease, they have to grow, people will try to put tree houses in them, they try to kill hobbits - the list goes on and on.
(they have to grow over many years to remove significant amounts of CO2 like the fake ones)
Except we knew birds could do it....
make it a sequel how about Oxygen2 Silicon 2.0 Plutonium 4: This Time its Personal
Gre7g writes "Long before the invention of the photocopier, mud was the ideal way to preserve an image of your butt. 'We got lucky with this one [sitting] on a slope,' which brought its hands closer to the ground, said study author Andrew Milner of the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm. Full disclosure: My wife did the artistic reconstruction."