Monday, May 12, 2008

Two stories of Magic

Oh, Oh it's Magic ~ Magic, The Cars

False One?

Jim Piculas, a substitute teacher in Florida, claims he lost his job after being accused of Wizardry. According to Piculas:
"I get a call the middle of the day from head of supervisor of substitute teachers. He says, 'Jim, we have a huge issue. You can't take any more assignments. You need to come in right away.' I said, 'Well Pat, can you explain this to me?' 'You've been accused of wizardry.' Wizardry?" Piculas said.
I suppose we could build a bridge out of him to prove whether he is a witch or not...

True One?

Neanderthals speak again after 30,000 years. From the Article:
Neanderthals have spoken out for the first time in 30,000 years, with the help of scientists who have simulated their voices using fossil evidence and a computer synthesizer.

Robert McCarthy, an anthropologist at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, used new reconstructions of Neanderthal vocal tracts to work out how they would have sounded, reported on Wednesday.

The conclusion is that Neanderthals spoke, but sounded rather different to us.
Since the Neanderthals were a branch of the human evolutionary family which lived in Europe it's only proper a German would accuse someone of being a Caveman: German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel criticises Bush's Neanderthal speech.

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