Quantum Apostrophe: It was 3D printed, I guess. It was just a matter of time until natural geological processes got renamed to "3D printing".
jayessell: Time machine reference: Check.Video game reference: Check.Isn't there an 'end the world/raise elder gods' thing also?
metalunna: It belongs in a museum!
argh. unfetchable URL, couldn't hotlink.
phaseolus: That's a pretty cool rock, but the headline lead me to believe it was a 300 pound single crystal, which would have been cooler. I found a picture --...which I suppose isn't strictly speaking a single crystal, either, with those cracks.Now I'm curious whether that thing grew that way or whether it's been carved into that shape. Looks pretty, regardless.
phaseolus: GODDAMMIT ALL TO HELL.Link to page/clicking 'preview', and ...//ok that works
weiserfireman: Already recovered, unharmedhttp://www.santacruzsentinel.com/localnews/ci_22771642/300-pound-cry st al-found-unharmed
Hector Remarkable: weiserfireman: Already recovered, unharmedhttp://www.santacruzsentinel.com/localnews/ci_22771642/300-pound-cry st al-found-unharmedHa! Deserves a followup tag. There was no heist at all. He just didn't have their phone number, and leaving notes is probably against his religion or something.So is solved the case of the idiot's missing crystal./subby
phaseolus: That's a pretty cool rock.
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