Another mobile element has been slotted into the SciBorg matrix: everyone say hello to The Thoughtful Animal, a blog on animal cognition. So far, Needs More Squid, but it could be interesting.
Ha-ha-hoo-hoo! He thinks…ha-ha!…he thinks…ha-ha, I’m gonna piss myself…he thinks he’ll get “better technical support” here, ha-ha!
Tech support? Bwahahahahahaha….
Looks like it will be interesting reading. I have gone and welcomed.
I think we can expect to see at least occasional cephalopods, though there may be more primates.
Jason Goldman (The Thoughtful Animal) has already won me over. He’ll make a good replacement for Ed (It’s Not Exactly Rocket Science) who recently went over to the Dark Side.
Brownian: *any* support is better than the non-support i had on my own over in my little wordpress universe. so far, i have nothing but good things to say.
PZ: I shall attempt to include some more cephalopods, just for you. Just wait for the harpy eagles to show up, though. They’re nasty sonsabitches.
Caine, Fleur du mal,
Do you suffer from coulrophobia?
…Needs More Squid…
Why not more cephalopods in general?
Do we need to know what the thoughts of cephalopods are? “Take…over…world…destroy…all…vertebrates…except…Overlord PZ…”
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