Rantings and tirades of a frustrated economist.
Enough Rumpleminze and there soon might be
Galeodes ArabsGoogle it, dude. I spent 4 years in Saudi Arabia. There ARE giant spiders, and they totally rule!
Galeodes ArabsGoogle it, dude. There ARE giant spiders, and they totally rule!
Why you all got to get down on me and my Rumpie? have I ever done anything to you or your loved ones? Have I ever slandered you, mocked your or ridiculed you?I am just a lowly economist, trying to make his humble way through this world and all I get is guff.And from all people I get guff from my pressupossed loyal readers.
I really hate it when evolutionists try to get all sciency. 1. Spiders are small because othereise they would be big enough to predators to eat them? But the predators themselves are not so limited?2. Spiders are small becaus their prey is even smaller? See "sperm whale".3. Spiders are small because their exoskeleton can't support internal organs if they get bigger? "evolution" can make them bigger but cant figure out how to "evolve" internal support structures? 4. Small spiders fill a niche so there is no need for them to evolve? See theory of evolution and all life on Earth starting from single celled life with ZERO other predators.If you believe that Mankind evolved from single celled life, then what is so hard about a huge spider evolving from a smaller one?
Am I to believe that this is a reply?A response?Are you well?Fuck your goddamned Rumpie. Grow a pair and respond like a man.
Guff? I bought a small bottle of the stuff due to your recommendation.It's pleasantly minty and 100 proof. I like it well enough, even it did remind me of my first spoonful of cough syrup. I recall wanting a second spoonful.I still prefer a good whisky or a beer, but I won't knock you for your preference.
"pressupossed"Case in point; too much Rumpie ;)
HA! I fooled you all!it was Vodka today!No Rumpie involved!lousy stinkin' snarky readers!
What you need, cap, is a bottle of Knob Creek Kentucky Burbon. I picked up the habit in St Louis, and I can still get it here in the Great White North, abet at 50$ a bottle. I can't help myself, it's that good.
The answer to pretty much all zoological "why aren't there..." questions is almost always "the cube-square law".
There are lots of giant spiders on Mars. Edgar Rice Burroughs told me so. It has to do with the lesser gravity.They eat people, too.
@ Unknown & Cappy - try Old Pogue Masters Select
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