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Thread: Time for some levity

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    --Certainty is the refuge of a small mind--

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    Grist for the mill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Allen View Post
    Ewww. We occasionally find a small slug in a fresh-from-the-garden salad, they hang on to the lettuce and somehow make it through our washing process. But I never considered it a delicacy and have not knowingly eaten one!
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    Given a choice between eating a slug and getting one temporarily lodged in some personal fleshy blubber....most would go with the blubber.
    And ....strangely there would be LESS blubbering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Allen View Post
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    The common garden snails in California were imported from France during the goldrush by a Frenchman who started a snail ranch near Silicon valley. He was going to get rich selling them to rich miners in San Francisco. He went broke and they escaped in a stampede.
    Interesting to look up the sex life of a snail.
    UC Santa Cruz's mascot is the banana slug.
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    [QUOTE=Bill Dufour;3126480]The common garden snails in California were imported from France
    Interesting to look up the sex life of a slug.

    Yes, but use a book , the time-lapse photography movies of slug sex are tediously slow.

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    Not as funny as Melís snail video comment but
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