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Old 12-05-2004, 01:58 PM   #16
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I'm one of those rare Mediterranean WHITE skins = lobster in the summer. It's such a curse.
So thats not you in your avatar then?
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Old 12-05-2004, 02:00 PM   #17
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My brother got loads of stick at school for looking like Casper and I was known as Caspers sister. har har.
The children at your school were creative. I was called "ghost" ..... at every school I ever attended


But fossils, they dont get sunburnt


Edited: cause I spelt "school" incorrectly
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Not even on my finest tan.
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Old 12-05-2004, 02:09 PM   #19
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my dad has a fossil. for his birthday one year, my mom got him an old bullet from the civil war. he's a huge civil war buff. he's also got umm...something dinosaur related. i'm thinking he's got a claw, but maybe i've seen jurassic park too many times!
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This is something that I hope genetic engineering will resolve. Not so much the pasty white issue but the ability to go out in the sun and not burn.

Yes, Im talking about equal beach rights for all

Now, back to fossils. What are those spiral shell ones called? We had a lot of those growing up.
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I've never left Ireland/ Uk so I don't know how I would cope in a place that actually has proper summers.
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I once found a dead cat in a peat bog. I heard Otzi the Iceman is coming to the Netherlands so I was hoping to catch a glimpse. Not many fossils in the country unfortunately.
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I heard Otzi the Iceman is coming to the Netherlands so I was hoping to catch a glimpse. Not many fossils in the country unfortunately.
Otzi is touring?

Please take a photo of yourself standing next to Otzi and post it
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i found a fossil this morning when i peered into the mirror and saw my reflection staring back at me
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I don't think I have any fossils, but I do have a weird tool my grandpa found that was clearly used by a human.

It's this barrel-like rock, with a perfect, smooth groove running around the middle of it right where you would put your fingers. The bottom is fairly worn, like it was used to pound something down.

Our theory was always that it was Native American in origin, and that seems likely given that we found it here in Colorado. But what's odd is that our local museum has a replica of a stone just like it in their "early man" display.

I have always meant to take it to the museum, but everyone has always said they'll take it and never give it the time of day.
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The sun and I have an arrangement which is that I will get burnt at the start of summer (southern hemisphere people!) but I have a quasi tan by January.
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