Neanderthals

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  1. Wil

    Wil New Member

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  2. Catfish_Commando

    Catfish_Commando TF Staff Member

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    We have one on the BOC, go's by Big George.
     

  3. BIG GEORGE

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    Just ask my Mrs. She swears she married one. :wink:
     
  4. BIG GEORGE

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    Allrite there "PEACH" LOL! I get reloaded with plenty of time off come January first. You will be hunted down and dealt with. LOL! Whatta ya say about a one on one meetin between us. I believe I can find Ludowici. Joisy tags and all. I may even wear a big old hawaian shirt and blast the "RAP" music to flush ya out. LOL!
     
  5. Catpaw

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    lmao i think Big George is just a half cousin :smile2: he don't have the right slope on his forhead:wink:
     
  6. olefin

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    Nay, that Neanderthal has hair on it's head.
     
  7. postbeetle

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    Count the hairs on his (George's) back in good light. If you can use his skin as a rug in your cabin it definitely is a Neanderthal. And we aren't even counting the hair on his toes.
     
  8. Netmanjack

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    The Neanderthal, an ancient human species probably driven to extinction by the first modern humans.


    Personally, I believe that any one over fifty that has to deal with modern kids can directly relate with this lost figure.:crazy::eek:oooh::wink:
     
  9. BIG GEORGE

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    Don't forget the knuckles and the ears. Wife is always screamin about the tumble weeds in my ears. LOL!
     
  10. ozzy

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    BG is to big, maybe a Neander tal. :tounge_out:
     
  11. Catpaw

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    Durrr Durrr i think i just might be one lmao i spelled fore head forhead and am not sure if i spelled it right now?:smile2: uggggggg
     
  12. Snagged2

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    At least a Neanderthal is human ain't it???

    My Ol' Lady call me an Ol' GOAT :roll_eyes: I'm sure affectionately,,,,I think..

    Ol Nanny:wink:
     
  13. Boomer

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    That is all we need more idiots.....Last time I was home one of those Neanderthal guys run me off the road. Cant we just leave well enough alone? There goes the neighborhood.....
     
  14. Wil

    Wil New Member

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    well george.. i think that means u need to trip the hair around ur eyes too!:wink:
     
  15. baitchunker

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    i think it would be interesting to have a good sit down meating with a neanderthal. really.

    but, why waste all of that time and money on a neanderthal when we could be using the same science to save lives? controversial as it is, i am in favor of cloning human body parts to harvest for amputees. if i got my arm blown off, i would want a new one a helluva lot more than i wanted to talk to some hairy dude.

    besides if we are gonna bring something back from extinction it should be something a little more kool... like ahhh...
     
  16. Katatonik

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    We are going to learn how to do some pretty neat stuff pretty soon. Within
    my lifetime I expect to see spare parts grown from the patient's own DNA.
    The problem with building a Neanderthal is that the person is nothing withoutthe culture that raised him up. That died out since it was a verbal tradition.We would have a body but the mind would work a little differently. Not much different at that, probably within normal expectations. A hairy redneck.Dunno if he'd like the beer. Near as we can tell, they lived on meat only.So we could expect he would be really enthusiastic about BBQ, but not
    much on the sauce. A dry ribs guy. Probably dyslexic but good with pictures.He'd be a hell of a cage fighter because he wouldn't feel pain the same way as we do. Oh, it would hurt but he'd just get mad. With us, you can cause enough pain to make us pass out. They weren't wired that way.
    They could set their own finger bones, I'm told. Very strong, different
    muscle fiber construction, like a little bear with less hair and human teeth.
    Eventually, someone will do it just to see if they can. I hope we can live
    with ourselves afterwards. We live in interesting times.
     
  17. Boomer

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    I saw on the news the other day, that they grew a wind pipe for a lady, with her own stem cells. Now the big question is, where does the drug companies stand? I think this is where all the negative stuff about stem cells are coming into play. Think about it, if we can replace a defective organ, then no need for drugs......
     
  18. bw69r

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    this was an interesting and at the same time hillarious thread.
     
  19. Wil

    Wil New Member

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    haha ya i agree with ya on that one brother
     
  20. Snagged2

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    Katatonik,

    Man, I almost passed out reading about settin' my own finger...OOOOooowwwww.:tounge_out::eek:oooh::big_smile: