FlashHarry: well, it's been nice knowing you farkers.
MaudlinMutantMollusk: Somehow I don't think it's "new"
AngryDesertDweller: Should I sell all my stuff and start drinkin' now ??
This About That: Pretty sure the X-Files covered this.
Bung_Howdy: obscure? Loved that show coontil it suffered same fate as X-Files and was too weird to follow anymore)
phalamir: Oh for fark's sake. "New" does not even remotely mean "Super Death Germ". It is a bacteria that has never tasted penicillin. Little bastard will go down like a gerbil hit with a flamethrower
Bung_Howdy: December 2012: Joshua Brand and John Falsey, who co-created hit TV series including Northern Exposure, St. Elsewhere and I'll Fly Away, have been awarded the WGA West's 2013 Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award for Television. The honor, the guild's lifetime achievement award for outstanding television writing-
Bung_Howdy: In conclusion (update):Brand is serving as a consultant on the FX seriesThe Americans, as well as writing a one-hour FX pilot,Lords Of The Sunset Strip, focusing on L.A.'s '70s club scene. Among Falsey's recent projects, he wrote a pilot scriptJaynie for HBO in 2011./that is all
enik: [xfphotos.fredfarm.com image 720x540]
Lost Thought 00: This what God used to kill off the Dinosaurs when they got too unruly. Our time is up, and he will start His next project in the Evolutionary pipeline
Mitrovarr: Does anyone know if there's a paper out on this or anything? I really want to see a phylogeny that includes this new organism.
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