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Old 09-28-2005, 05:22 AM   #1
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Archeteuthis caught on cam!

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/4288772.stm

Now to catch some good footage of a fully-grown Mesonychoteuthis hamiltoni....estimated to reach 120' long.
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Neat. Sad about the whales though.
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That made the front page of the paper today
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That made the front page of the paper today
What....it beat out the potholes?
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Spokane is undergoing a ton of road work--that made the front cover all summer
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Spokane is undergoing a ton of road work--that made the front cover all summer
So now your only claim to fame will be the 'walk O meth labs'? Shucks....I'll miss dodging the chasms at Freya and Sprague. :P
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Actually, according to my aunt, who is a dispatcher for a sheriff's office, meth is being imported from Canada more and more. We're just too lazy to make our own.

But this has nothing to do with huge squid
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Actually, according to my aunt, who is a dispatcher for a sheriff's office, meth is being imported from Canada more and more. We're just too lazy to make our own.
Bah...all we got is weed.

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Sure it does...meth-squid...really dangerous!
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