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(3/07/2013 09:00:00 AM) - Al

Why is extinction a bad thing?

I've been asking that for thirty years. If a species is too dumb to adapt, oh well.

What, does someone think the saber-toothed tiger had the cure for cancer?

Al, once again, is way ahead of the game. Thirty years ago he was already thinking that in a truly free world, extinction is just fine.

Science really is for commies who probably also think math is worth something.

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(3/08/2013 10:30:00 AM) - Al

You know, Daylight Saving Time would be great if they could make it effective at 4 pm on Friday.--Facebook friend

I must admit, that's brilliant.

Al's not showing much of a work ethic today. Watching TV in the middle of the morning, hoping to bail out of work early on a Friday... I thought freedom wasn't free?

(3/08/2013 10:30:00 AM) - Al
Second best calendar adjustment idea I've heard, other than my President's Day after the Super Bowl thought.

There's never been an idea offered where Al didn't already have a better one.
(3/08/2013 09:34:00 AM) - Al
That rib cage injury seems to be one of the more popular ones of late. As John Kruk said, you can't pull fat. I think guys overwork that area and should concentrate more on flexibility.

al's qualifications for health and wellness are unparalleled. I often do stretchs while waiting in line at Golden Coral.
(3/09/2013 11:59:00 AM) - Al

I think I've posted this before, but I cannot believe how big the nest they build is. They are large birds to be sure (I often see them on the highways around here, and they are so big, sometimes you wonder how they can fly), but that nest is monstrous.

Here he is again, scoping out eagles. Curious about their flight techniques, like any good hunter would want to know. Proud of the majestic beast he wants to kill. C'mon eagle, cure cancer and live.