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Originally posted by I-Patch-Clan

happy bday..damn this thread reminds me i need to make a cd for Mr.ABC for his bday..shit!!!


you do!


happy birthday cinched!!! cancerian posse rolls deep, ya'erdrrme?

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Originally posted by Scott Baio

Thats the polish trashcan i was gonna get you for your birthday. But they were all out at the target on elston.

and what exactly makes that a polish trashcan, eh???

we gotta go get breakfast at that hippie spot.

this weekend!

thanks again everyone.


oh, and ube.

its the big 23.


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I thought you might get a kick out of this, Cinched...



Monkey Apes Humans by Walking on Two Legs



By DAN WALDMAN, Associated Press Writer


JERUSALEM - A young monkey at an Israeli zoo has started walking on its hind legs only — aping humans — after a near death experience, the zoo's veterinarian said Wednesday.



Natasha, a 5-year-old black macaque at the Safari Park near Tel Aviv, began walking exclusively on her hind legs after a stomach ailment nearly killed her, zookeepers said.



Monkeys usually alternate between upright movement and walking on all fours. A picture in the Maariv daily on Wednesday showed Natasha standing ramrod straight like a human. The picture was labeled humorously, "The Missing Link?"



Two weeks ago, Natasha and three other monkeys were diagnosed with severe stomach flu. At the zoo clinic, she slipped into critical condition, said Igal Horowitz, the veterinarian.



"I was sure that she was going to die," he said. "She could hardly breathe and her heart was not functioning properly."



After intensive treatment, Natasha's condition stabilized. When she was released from the clinic, Natasha began walking upright.



"I've never seen or heard of this before," said Horowitz. One possible explanation is brain damage from the illness, he said.



Otherwise, Horowitz said, Natasha's behavior has returned to normal.




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