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(CBS News)   New study shows that, just like JFK, woolly mammoths were taken out by multiple killers acting simultaneously   ( cbsnews.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, woolly mammoths, JFK, Younger Dryas, data points, tusks, Bering Strait, population decline, Arctic Ocean  
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2012-06-14 09:33:22 PM  
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Keizer_Ghidorah: The only one they got right was New Zealand, the Polynesians really did eat every last moa on the islands.

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Please sir, I want some moa?

Some moa! Some moa! SAMOA??! Hey that's kind of got a nice ring to it. The littleungrateful shiate may be onto something we've finally got a name. And to think we were almost going to go with The Independent Island of Thin Mints.

Nice save kid. Give that brat a delicious giant flightless bird and some parting gifts!
2012-06-14 02:12:08 PM  
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So we have Thag , with the spear, firing from the grassy knoll, while Climate change was acting as overwatch, and then a meteor Strike just for insurance waiting in the book depository. Now watch as the mammoth collapses, his tusks go back and to the left, back, and to the left
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