Sunday, February 21, 2010

Experiments on Babies

29 comments:

Another Kiwi said...

Riddled University says; No pictures of experiments on babies!!!

M. Bouffant said...

The extra arms on the baby are nice, but they're growing backwards. You put the DNA in upside down.

J— said...

Nobody puts Baby in a bubble.

mikey said...

A much more interesting experiment would be to strap the baby to a luge and push him down a snow-covered hill.

Or, if not a luge, maybe a skeleton...

J— said...

Lo, I see the Sacred Heart of mikey. I think I'll try to steal it.

Another Kiwi said...

You put the DNA in upside down.
Put the taq in too soon and it goes to the 3' end instead of the 5'. It's a bit amateurish really.

fish said...

Or, if not a luge, maybe a skeleton...

I think the skeleton would work better on the outside. And is actually more attractive as well.

Smut Clyde said...

And some of us get stuck with Ethics Committees. Hmph.

It's a bit amateurish really.
But how else are you going to check for backwards-masked messages?

mikey said...

Wouldn't the International Governing Body of Sports Utilizing Skeletal Structures find themselves with egg all over their Maxilla if the baby set the world record?

And then THAT very record was smashed by a dead dingo's dick on a rotting octopus.

The intrigue, blame and finger pointing would be legendary. And all at once they'd turn to each other and say "Holy Ribcage, when did we become Ice Dancing?"

tigris said...

Alas, I believe the Holy Ribcage has been stolen by someone researching the VO2 max levels achievable by saints.

Another Kiwi said...

backwards-masked messages
deruggub si qat eht kniht I.

Hide the decline if you can

Smut Clyde said...

luge crashleads to dramatic rediscovery of Holy Ribcage!

tigris said...

We know that's an accurate picture from the Vancouver Olympics because there's no snow.

Substance McGravitas said...

I have an actual handmade Jim Woodring Christmas ornament.

What'd be cool is if it made a hideous noise all the time, but no such luck.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Smut Clyde said...

luge crashleads to dramatic rediscovery of Holy Ribcage!
February 21, 2010 4:49 PM


What's all this about a luge crash?
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ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Also: That baby has a halo, and is being followed by an orb.
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fish said...

Arthur C. Clark wants his baby back.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

this place gets more like Riddled every time

Another Kiwi said...

This is not a Feral baby or preserved bits of a saint. Similarly there are no animated spiders or naked cricket players or explanations about salted pineapples.
ZRM is talking through a hole in his windpipe cause by lurching motions.

Jennifer said...

I have an actual handmade Jim Woodring Christmas ornament.

Yeah, but do you have one by Dan Lacey?

Cob Logger said...

Applying the syrup each year is always a pain, so no.

mikey said...

If two towns have exactly the same population, can it truly be said that they are TWO, and one not simply a mirror image of the other?

Indeed, what is it that would set the one apart from the other? Underneath the trappings of everyday existence, behind the grannies and below the spiders, outside of the wild places where the feral babies prepare their foul trebuchets, between Captain America and The Count of Anjou, what, pray tell, IS the fundamental difference?

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

well, one has Burt.

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Also: That baby has a halo, and is being followed by an orb.

The feral babies and the orbs have formed an unholy alliance- I never thought it would end like this...

Substance McGravitas said...

Ha! Cob.

Smut Clyde said...

If two towns have exactly the same population, can it truly be said that they are TWO, and one not simply a mirror image of the other?

Saying that they two towns allows the barber in one to shave the barber in the other, and vice versa, without dividing by zero.

The rating system is a real tangle, however.

Another Kiwi said...

Also if a train leaves one town at 10 am traveling FTL whilst the other train left 6 minutes before it arrived, which way would the smoke blow on train C?
I would rate for the town with the floral clock.

Smut Clyde said...

outside of the wild places where the feral babies prepare their foul trebuchets

Lyrics of a little-known Doors track, "Grannies of Salvation".

Smut Clyde said...

No wonder the trains are travelling so fast if everyone on board is smoking blow.