Friday, July 10, 2009

Thank you, I'm here all week.

I am glad to pass on the news, thanks to my friends at BBC news on line, that my admired cousins in the scientific community have turned their attention to another line of research that will help to advance our knowledge and consequently improve the human condition.

They are trying to find out why cheetahs are so fast.



Unfortunately, they are unable to start their research, because they haven't been able to catch one yet.

13 comments:

Rol said...

Perhaps later they could investigate why a leopard never changes its spots.

Dave said...

Barely worth the wait.

I, Like The View said...

personally, I quite like zebras

(I bet the answer to the cheetah dilemma will be "so they can get to the other side")

I, Like The View said...

ps I hope that helps

Boz said...

Come next month, the 600 page in depth report on why the chicken crossed the road.

Richard said...

So glad. When I heard this story early this morning I was rather wondering whether you had. You need cheering up.

Geoff said...

Are there any republicans in the animal kingdom?

Rog said...

I bet it's because they were cheeting

Dave said...

Didn't Rudyard Kipling cover all this stuff?

Donn said...

Excellent news. Can the mysteries of why Whales are BIG and snakes are legless be far behind?

Perhaps next year mankind will know, once and for all, if Bears really DO defecate in the woods.

Zed said...

What about tortoises? And newts?

Just askin', like.

Pamela said...

Any research being done on how to skip over the teenager years and all the ugly that involves?

Phil said...

Good news... I caught a cheetah yesterday and I have him in my basement.

What is it you need to know?


Phil
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