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Posted by: Danny Conner at Sat Feb 4 00:40:58 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Danny Conner ]  
   

When I was a soph. in school I took Elementary Logic.
The first day of class the professor walked in, head down rubbing his face does'nt even look at the class.
He sits down continues to rub his face clearly he does'nt feel good. Finally he looks up at the class and says,
"last night I drank a case of beer and ate a bag of potato chips.(pause)
I got to quit eating those potato chips."
200 students immediately burst out laughing. He says, " you're laughing because that is not logical."
This paper by these so called scientist would be laughable except that the general public is not in on the joke.
They believe this garbage.
I'm thinking of submitting my own paper.
Burgeoning populations of overweight and lazy mid-size mammalian predators linked to the increase of Burmese pythons in ENP.
Common knowledge that the Burmese python lays 100 plus eggs every year. In years past while road crusing with a 12 pack we would spot several opossums, raccoons and bobcats. These days none of these midsize predators have to leave the comforts of their lair. Gone are the nights of traveling mile after mile scarfing up road killed frogs and kingsnakes. Now thanks to the Burmese python dinner is much easier to come by. Eggs or tender little hatchlings all you can eat and more where they came from.
As you might expect less roaming and sarching has led to overweight out of shape mam. predators. Another problem caused by losers who want keep exotic animals.
Stay tune for my next study. I'm proving that all those cars in FL with out of state plates are NOT going to Disney but rather to the ENP to release their pet Burms. D.C.


   

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