October 23rd, 2002

Shabu Dog

*pounces Rogue*

Roguey helped me get a Wolfhome account =D yaaaay! now i can see stuff when im chatting to.......strangers *snickers* thanks Rogue, ill get goin on that pose of yours asap. ;)

and as if that werent enough, she bought my handmade coyote ornament and she gets 2 free prints along with it!! *loves the buy it now feature* and HUGS FOR THE PUPPYCAT!! thank yoooooooou =)

i cleaned my room, so now i can move around *yay*

Tiff wanted me to help her with her animation for graphic design class and well....Mez *our teacher* accidentally deleted her WHOLE ASSINGMENT! he goes *oops MY BAD! SORRY TIFF!* 0_o

whats that Tiff? ......SUCKS!!!? lol! at least hes giving her a nicer deadline than..oh hrms.lets say...TOMORROW as it was originally scheduled. Tiff you got lucky ;)

working on homework right now. talkin about Africa being the *birthplace of man* and australopithecus and whatnot. git your stinking paws off me you damn dirty ape! i dont like monkeys...or human ancestors that looked like monkeys *shudders*
fingers....ew =P

and yes Tav, im a Happy Wuff *points to LJ pic* LOL! Kamotz...i love that pic =D
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Shabu Dog

Thorn's a bad girl

i just wrote an entire 2 page presentation on Australopithecus and Africa basing my entire paper on knowledge ive acquired from Discovery channel and my mom's biblical teachings >=)

heres the jist of what i said:

where did the human race come from? the fight between science and religion has existed for many years, especially when it comes to this issue, but perhaps both belief and fact tie into the truth of where man originated.
Fossil records show that many early species of man have been discovered in Africa, perhaps making this continent the starting point of life. *goes on like this*
Even in the Bible the Garden of Eden was thought to perhaps be in Mesopotamia, which would explain the branching of civilization from this region...*etc. etc*
One of the earliest fossils of a human-like creature was the australopithecus, labeled "Lucy" which was discovered in the late 1970's. blah blah blah you get my point.

i wish tav was around while i was writing this, he knows a lot about this junk. basically, his knowledge of ancient humans equals my knowledge of ice age animals. =D and thats pretty darn good.
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