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Stu makes findings at the beach

February 11th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Here you see Stu Cranstence hard at work, pointing out interesting things to people and making significant findings. His finding of a Bone Stick is especially exciting.

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  1. Old Pappy
    February 21st, 2010 at 19:57 | #1

    Ay Boys: Ever walked down a boardwalk by the ocean at dawn and seen a group of human trash drinking there from brown paper bags, laughin’ and smokin’? Know what they’re drinkin’? I do. They’re drinkin’ “Bum Juice.”
    You can only buy it by the beach. It’s a secret drink–turns repsonsible people into bums. I’ve had it–didn’t hurt me too bad. Tho I’m broke now and my kids won’t talk to me. Anyhow I hope Stu wasn’t drinkin’ that crap during his nature tour. He was drinkin’ something I saw. That stuff is only to be used by people who are stationary. Not walkers and nature people.

  2. Derek
    February 16th, 2010 at 22:17 | #2

    I appreciate the generous use of subtitles in this segment. I find it makes your points much clearer and the complex scientific concepts much easier to understand.

  3. February 11th, 2010 at 23:41 | #3

    Myrtle, Bone sticks are MY findings. In a very famous incident a scientist was looking for findings in a cave but a huge boulder came rolling right at him. He was barely able to escape. Keep that in mind.

  4. Bill
    February 11th, 2010 at 11:11 | #4

    I found your story about Subway to be NOT interesting, actually.

  5. Myrtle
    February 11th, 2010 at 09:27 | #5

    Thanks so much Stu! I have never been afraid of birds before but now I have a healthy terror growing in my heart. I think you may have saved my life. I am having the attic removed from my house and am going to wear goggles from now on. I also think I have “backyard eels”. Every time I go into the back yard after my second round of afternoon cocktails the ground seems to move under my feet. Do you think it could be the eels, creating nests? Are they also endangered? I try to live in harmony with all living things but ground eels just seem wrong so I think it is ok to dispose of them if necessary. I seem to have a lot of bone sticks in my yard. Are these valuable? I have contacted the Smithsonian to see if they would want to purchase them but they have yet to return my calls. I want to find out how much they are worth before they call back so I don’t seem ignorant!

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