April 28, 2010

Post #2601 – 20100428

This made the Front Page of the local paper today. Well, only a small mention of it made the front page, but there is a big picture on the first page of the B section.

A WHOLE FAMILY of Giant Palouse Earthworms, rumored to be as much as three feet long, has been found. Unfortunately they will likely be renamed the “larger-than-average Palouse Earthworm” in the near future, as they seem to be about ten inches long in adulthood. The are the beautiful shell pink color. It is unknown if they have a lily smell as described, but they do not spit. They are said to be very gentle.

I thought you would have to be updated on this important breakthrough in Giant worm taxonomy.


Daniel replies:

But can they play chess?