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(Las Vegas Review Journal)   Arachnologist names new spider species for famed skeptic Penn Jillette, claims his habit of naming species after celebrities draws attention to serious scientific business of cataloging natural world and supporting biodiversity   ( lvrj.com) divider line
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2013-01-27 07:04:11 PM  
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Spider thread! Spider thread!
This week's starting off in good stead!
Lots of kin? Yeah, you bet!
Even one named after Penn Jillette!
Hey there.......Here comes the spider thrrrrrrrrrrrread!

2013-01-27 07:03:52 PM  
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LrdPhoenix: js34603: Famed skeptic? I don't believe that's a career.

I don't know. The Amazing Randy has made a pretty good stab at it.

Plus, you have to think, if being a conspiracy theorist nut job can be a lucrative career, as Glenn Beck has shown us it can be, then the opposite must be true as well.
2013-01-27 05:33:03 PM  
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Atomic spider thread?

*gets popcorn*
2013-01-27 05:04:44 PM  
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Famed skeptic? I don't believe that's a career.
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