Jim's We(b Log)

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Friday, October 27, 2006

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8 Comments:

Blogger terrence rex said...

oh, congratulations.

1:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So THAT'S how alligators got to Florida.
Damn native americans, they have to ruin everything.

7:31 PM  
Blogger Cache said...

anonymous, you just blew my mind.

10:37 PM  
Blogger Cameron said...

What will Nephi build with the (exactly) eleven pieces of lumber that remain?

11:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you DO realize thats more like noah's ark in teh background, and not nephi's ship...

10:01 PM  
Blogger Cameron said...

Who invited the Pharisee?

1:11 PM  
Anonymous aporitic said...

Dear anonymous "Noah's ark" guy,

You may not be aware of it, but Jim's picture is quite hitorically accurate.

In fact, it's still a little bit hush-hush, but FARMS is about to publish a slew of research papers on Cureloms and Cummoms in which they reveal startling (and presumably faith-inspiring) evidence that cureloms were largish birds and cummoms were land-dwelling lizards that looked remarkably like alligators but were much less likely to sneak up and bite your leg off while you were swimming.

Unfortunately, the last curelom was mistaken for a turkey and roasted by the Puritans for the very second thanksgiving dinner. You can never trust those whackos on the religious right, you know, one minute they're all "abortion is eeevillll" and the next they're like totally, "endagered species are tasty."

Sincerely,

-aporitic

3:29 PM  
Blogger Jim Weed said...

Thanks for bigging me up apocritic. I don't know what most of that crap means that you were talking about but it makes sense. I don't see why people have to be so critical of everything.

10:21 AM  

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