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Stu clears up another misconception

Stu Cranstence takes on Mastodons and explains how to visualize the vast amount of time ago that they lived….in.

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  1. Old Pappy
    April 27th, 2010 at 11:53 | #1

    Ay boys, here’s my finding…Stu ain’t no scientist. He’s a hollywood actor. In this here video it looks like he’s out in nature. It’s the same backdrop for his video on bone sticks. The brush, the clouds- everything’s the same. He’s on a hollywood sound stage w/ a nature backdrop. I seen his same hat in a movie I saw w/ Sean Connery in it. The alternative is he’s a “bot” but I never seen no bot take a pill…

  2. April 27th, 2010 at 06:51 | #2

    Hey, David, I understand all right. I am a real archaeologist and not a phony like that Stu Cranstence. What I understand is that the questioner was absolutely right. Once more Stu Cranstence has proven that he doesn’t know a thing. I’ll bet he doesn’t even know about some of the finest scientists like Jane Goodall and Grace Hopper and Marie Curie and Sally Ride. Now THOSE are real scientists.

  3. Steg Prongston
    April 26th, 2010 at 10:59 | #3

    Way to go Stu. You really put that guy in his place!

  4. stu cranstence
    April 26th, 2010 at 10:55 | #4

    David,
    Thanks for the tip. Sounds like a good place to dig for findings (close to the road). Now that I’ve cleared up the confusion surrounding mastodons (now do you believe that mastodons existed over a hundred years ago?) I will have more time to make new findings. MY findings.

  5. David
    April 25th, 2010 at 17:36 | #5

    Out house–shitter

  6. David
    April 25th, 2010 at 12:57 | #6

    Thanks, I understand now.
    I hope Kate in her back yard, can understand “it”

    Just got back from Phoenix. Did you know the Rest Stops between Phoenix and Tucson are closed, bummer.
    It may be a good time to look for findings below the Out Houses.They are about 100 years old.

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