China's 'Loch Ness Monster' Resurfaces: Reuters.com

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Ivan:

I read the linked article and I
find this monster to be a little
too pleomorphic for my taste.
They should test the water for
potentially hallucinogenic toxins.

I did notice mention of your black
spots. Did you catch this?

-Zoob
 
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Originally posted by zoobyshoe
Ivan:

I read the linked article and I
find this monster to be a little
too pleomorphic for my taste.
They should test the water for
potentially hallucinogenic toxins.

I did notice mention of your black
spots. Did you catch this?

-Zoob



Boy, one slip in 5000 articles and they run for the hanging rope
 
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"The hanging rope"? I'm not fol-
lowing your train of thought.
What I'm saying is that this monster seems to change it's form
so often it is more likely there's
something hallucinogenic in the
vicinity of that lake. I got the impression you thought I was
teasing you for having posted it,
but I wasn't.
 
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Originally posted by zoobyshoe
"The hanging rope"? I'm not fol-
lowing your train of thought.
What I'm saying is that this monster seems to change it's form
so often it is more likely there's
something hallucinogenic in the
vicinity of that lake. I got the impression you thought I was
teasing you for having posted it,
but I wasn't.

I was really teasing you a bit about my little black dots.
 

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