Are you celebrating your 25th birthday today, Madam Speaker?

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In summary, Madam Speaker is wished a happy birthday and asked about her plans for turning 25. She expresses surprise and gratitude for the birthday wishes, and mentions a series of unfortunate events that have happened to her. She is then wished a happy birthday again, and congratulated on her 250th birthday. Someone comments on her youthful appearance and compares her to a kitten. She is wished a happy birthweek and responds with gratitude and a joke about age.
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Happy birthday Madam Speaker! Hope you have a wonderful day :D

What are your plans for turning 25?
 
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Awww, thank you. I didn't think anyone would remember. :biggrin:
 
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Evo said:
Awww, thank you. I didn't think anyone would remember. :biggrin:
We didn't there was a disturbance in the force and we just knew. :-)
 
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jedishrfu said:
We didn't there was a disturbance in the force and we just knew. :-)

I ran out of gas. I... I had a flat tire. I didn't have enough money for cab fare. My tux didn't come back from the cleaners. An old friend came in from out of town. Someone stole my car. There was an earthquake. A terrible flood. Locusts!

How could I miss it? Happy Birthday Evo!
 
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Happy Birthday Evo!
:partytime:
 
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Happy Birthday!
 
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Happy Birthday Evo!
 
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Happy birthday!

Keep on keeping on...
 
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Congratulations on your 250th birthday, Evo :)
 
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Awww, thanks everyone! :smile:
 
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Happy Birthday Evo!

I thought you were much older, amazing.
 
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Happy Belated Birthday, beautiful woman! You remind me of a sweet, feisty little kitten- I hope that I can be like you when I grow up! :heart:
 
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Happy Birthweek, Evo!
 
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Thanks again! I am much older mesa, But Stevie says you're only as old as your IQ. :rolleyes:
 

Related to Are you celebrating your 25th birthday today, Madam Speaker?

1. How did the term "Evo" come about?

The term "Evo" is short for evolution, which refers to the process of gradual change and development over time. It is commonly used in biology to describe the process of natural selection and the changes in species over generations.

2. What is the significance of the 25th birthday of Evo?

The 25th birthday of Evo marks 25 years since the publication of the book "The Selfish Gene" by Richard Dawkins, which popularized the concept of evolution and introduced the term "meme." This book has had a significant impact on our understanding of evolution and its role in shaping the diversity of life on Earth.

3. How has our understanding of evolution changed since the publication of "The Selfish Gene"?

Since the publication of "The Selfish Gene," our understanding of evolution has expanded greatly. We now have a better understanding of the mechanisms of evolution, such as genetic drift, gene flow, and genetic mutations. We also have a better understanding of the role of evolution in shaping not just species, but also cultures and societies.

4. What are some common misconceptions about evolution?

One common misconception about evolution is that it is a linear process leading to more complex and advanced organisms. In reality, evolution is a branching process, and there is no predetermined goal or direction. Another misconception is that evolution is solely driven by competition and survival of the fittest. While natural selection is an important factor in evolution, cooperation and symbiosis also play a significant role.

5. How does understanding evolution impact our daily lives?

Understanding evolution can help us make better decisions about our health, as it explains the origins of certain diseases and how they spread. It also helps us understand the relationships between different species and how they interact with their environment. This knowledge can inform conservation efforts and aid in the preservation of biodiversity. Additionally, understanding evolution can also help us better appreciate the interconnectedness of all living things and our place in the natural world.

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