Right now I am ready to relax for my first day off in weeks but I have two things to begin the Last September day with, and then I will write more later Friday afternoon sometime,
A quote to commemorate September, the month it was discovered that gorillas use tools:
“Chimps are portrayed as the super-ape and gorillas are the big brutes in the forest,” said Richard Carroll, a primate expert and director of the Africa program at the World Wildlife Fund in Washington, D.C. He has conducted gorilla field studies since 1980. He did not contribute to Breuer’s report.
“Gorillas are very intelligent, but they don’t have to be as delicate as chimps – they can just smash open the termite nest,” said Carroll, who a decade ago reported observing gorillas using sticks to ward off attacking leopards.
“New studies like this show that especially lowland gorillas are very chimplike in their abilities,” he said.
People have been finding 3rdarm.biz by searching for the weirdest phrases on Google, including “john wayne had undigested beef in his intestines”, “ultra 64 controller”, and “men s hair perm fantasies.” I have assembled a poem in honor of the month of seasonal transition, September, using the list of Googled keywords used to locate 3rdarm.biz, in order of frequency,
“Song for Questions” September 2005
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song for questions
lemur-pidgeons with perm
stubbornlion do dr. controller
men thinking picture fantasies his hair
i had pastry 64
racing gimp m homing meyer
as often III hartford