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Re: neanderthals and us
Posted by: Sarah B (
Date: April 14, 2003 08:22PM

*Puts hand up*

It's Cabbage, miss, cabbage!

Yeah well, far too intellectual for me...


There's a hole in my creativity bucket and it's all leaked out.

Re: neanderthals and us
Posted by: Anonymous User (
Date: May 05, 2003 03:29PM

Not necessarily true. My partner has, amongst other pets, a mamouth called Claudia. She never overheats, well maybe thats not 100% accurate depending of course on your interpretation of "over-heating"!! As for the smell, well Old Spice isn't as expensive as it used to be.
Friday Last wrote:

> Why hello there!
> Would neanderthals really be able to live in today's climate?
> Surely bringing back any form of pre-historic life form (even
> if technically possible) would not be possible. The air,
> water, temperature, etc, surely would be so out of whack with
> their biological systems that they would perish immediately?
> I mean if we were to be transported to whatever millions of
> years ago, the stench (?) and air would kill us instantly?
> Or would it?
> Hmmm.

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